Here we go! Another problem! Somebody would say, the life is too boring without problems… What do you think? In any way, Apple products may keep our lives excited… especially when something doesn’t work as it supposed to.
Serious? Did your iPhone get locked again? … Unbelievable!
You might start thinking that iPhone is the most problematic phone ever… We can say so, but only due to all sort of blockages that may occur on iPhone… Just see it yourself – iCloud Activation Lock, network provider lock, “Your Apple ID was disabled for security reasons…”, iPhone is disabled due to wrong passcode… And so on!
This article may become a total frustration for some Apple fans… You are going to face a horrible truth about Apple devices! Every iPhone, iPad or MAC computer can possibly glitch, get stuck or freeze as well as other electronic devices. To get you prepared, I decided to write this post to show you how to reset iPhone or iPad when it started to “behave”.
I often get bombarded by questions from desperate users who can’t get their iPhones working. The most common complaint is when iPhone doesn’t turn on or take a charge. There is an article where I take you step by step through possible solution of the issue. Whatever happened to your iPhone, I hope it wasn’t a liquid damage. Usually the problem is hidden in corrupted software/firmware and you can solve it by either hard resetting of your device or by recovering the firmware. If normal way of recovering your iPhone (through iTunes) failed, you still have a special «resurrection» mode, that not many people know of. In this article I will show you how to enter DFU mode on iPhone or iPad and then recover the device.
The age of compact digital cameras is almost over. Do you remember when you’ve used one last time? I don’t… These days ordinary people solely use cameras of mobile phones, whether for making photos or shooting video. Moreover the quality of phone camera footage comes out fantastic!
You should agree with me if I say that iOS interface is pretty simple… Installing apps, setting the alarm and many other things we do on iPhone are coming naturally without problems. Despite deceiving simplicity, iPhone users may stuck at usual tasks like music transfer, contacts synchronization or even setting of a custom ringtone. It happened to me, it happen to you. It’s not possible to know everything… But you can always find a guide online. So in this guide I’m about to show you how to set your own ringtone on iPhone.
OK. Look into my eyes and tell me if you don’t watch Youtube videos? Don’t lie! – Of course you do! Everybody does! Some people live on Youtube… not literally. I don’t blame them, since there is so much interesting and viral stuff there, and as much junk too. To watch online videos, all you need is a decent internet connection… But actually NOT! In this tutorial I will show you how to download YouTube videos on iPhone to watch them offline later. You will have three different methods to choose from. Let’s begin!
Five years ago not many people knew about Instagram, and even less were using it… Since that time a lot of things had changed. These days Instagram is installed on almost every smartphone. Some people use it to show up their big lips and tits, others are making big bucks by selling products and services. In both ways Instagram is brilliant… But I believe it may have also affected someones lives… in a bad way. So, whatever your reason is, in this article I will show you how to delete Instagram account or temporary block it.
Due to my job specifics (Mediterranean offshore) I travel by air at least ones a month. The journey doesn’t bring too much excitement, so I usually try to abstract from outside hassle by watching videos on my iPhone. In most cases airport Wi-Fi is a joke so I usually get ready for travel some time before… at home. In this article I want to share my personal methods on how to download videos on iPhone.
In 2012 I had been on one month business trip to Edmonton (Canada) where I had a basic Instrumentation course. My career had been at the starting point so I was learning valves, controllers, pumps etc. by actually working at the assembly line at CVS Controls. From 8:00 to 16:30 – 5 days a week. At the end of my working day I wondered around local groceries shops, then headed home to cook dinner.