It’s always recommended to Backup as often as possible to safeguard your data. On this note, both iTunes and iCloud can back up the data on your iPhone and iPad.
Follow these steps to back up your previous device and then restore the backup to your newly purchased device. Your saved messages, email accounts, photos, notes, and other personal settings will be transferred to your new device. Continue reading →
Apple have recently rolled out a new method to secure users’ Apple ID. The Two Step Verification process is designed to strengthen the security of their account. Switching it on provides an extra level of security to a user’s Apple ID making it harder to gain access or to make purchases. Continue reading →
Apple’s iPad mini can do many things out of the box. One is the fact it can check and send e-mail automatically. If you’re just getting started, getting to that point can be a bit tricky. Continue reading →
Apple has officially announced its September 12 2012 event, where the company is expected to unveil the new iPhone 5. As before, the much-anticipated event will take place at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, with the show kicking off at 10:00am American time; the iPhone 5 seems a certainty, given the “5″ shadow conspicuously placed in the invite and the tagline “It’s almost here.” Continue reading →
Apple appears to be suffering from the fact that more consumers are buying less expensive versions of Apple’s iPhones and iPads. Apple’s chief financial officer, Peter Oppenheimer said that when given a choice between older and cheaper models and the “new” ones, Apple users were opting to save their pennies. It is more likely that they can’t see any difference in technology which is worth paying the extra cash for. It is also likely that the more sensible iPhone user will either buy or stick to the more discounted iPhone4s or even the iPhone4. For years Apple has built a sales model which is dependant on its customers paying a relative high price for nearly identical products, or paying over the odds for more expensive models. Perhaps this will now change. Continue reading →
At the WWDC (Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference) on Monday, Tim Cook announced the new mobile operation system, iOS 6 for Apple’s mobile devices. This update will be offered in Autumn (alongside the launch of the new iPhone) to iPhone 3GS, 4 and 4S along with iPad 2, the new iPad and the iPod touch 4th generation. Continue reading →
In San Fransicso yesterday, Apple gave a presentation of its latest products. Amongst the announcements, the one product that people were waiting for was the follow up to the iPad 2.
Amongst the speculation preceeding the event, the name was one of the things discussed about, many people favouring either the iPad 3 or the iPad HD. What people hadn’t counted on was Apple’s announcement that it will simply be called the New iPad. This was the first surprise of the day. Others followed as the specifications of the new iPad were revealed.