If you use an iPhone, iPad, or Mac with Documents in the Cloud, you can use up a lot of your iCloud, you can use up a lot of space quickly. Since Apple only provides 5GB for free, and only 50GB maximum, it pays to clean it out as often and as well as you can. Luckily you can delete documents and data stored in any app right from your iPhone or iPad, even if you saved it in a Mac app.
How to clear out unused documents and data in iCloud? Continue reading
Apple has just launched updated MacBook Airs with faster versions of Intel’s Haswell processors. It has also reduced the prices by $100 for each model.
Like many of you, I rely on Dropbox to share files with friends, family and coworkers. When it comes to my coworkers, we have a lot of files we share, and some of them are quite sizable photos and graphics files.
I use a MacBook Pro with flash storage, so space is at a premium. While having access to those shared files is helpful, I don’t need all of them taking up valuable storage space locally on my Mac.
Fortunately Dropbox has considered this. There’s a Selective Sync feature that enables you to specify which folders will be copied locally to your Mac. If you need access to them, you can just pull up a web browser and grab them from there instead. Continue reading
A great many of Voice memos saved in your iPhone and take up a large memory space, Have you ever considered transfering these voice memos from iPhone to computer for storage,in this way you can release your iPhone space and avoid the voice memos data lost.later you can easily read these voice memos on computer.
How to transfer/copy Voice Memos from iPhone/iPad/iPod to computer? what you need is a third party tool, which we’ll cover next.
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This past week I brought you a tip about fixing Wi-Fi wake from sleep issues on some Mavericks-equipped Macs. The fix involves deleting a file in your Mac’s library folder.
Why it works is still beyond my understanding, but suffice it to say that it’s fixed the problem for me, as well as for many of you. Now I’d like to take it to the next step to figure out why the problem is happening. Continue reading
The iPhone 5 has been selling for over a year-and-a-half now and that means battery life just won’t be what it used to be for anyone who has owned one for any length of time. That’s just how batteries and charge cycles work. If you’re starting to experience greatly reduced battery life on your iPhone 5, are no longer under AppleCare, but aren’t ready to upgrade yet, you can always try a DIY repair. Not only it it easy but it’s a whole lot more affordable than a new iPhone. Follow along and we’ll walk you through from start to finish!
What you need to DIY replace the battery in an iPhone 5?
You’ll need some tools and parts in order to repair your iPhone 5, including the replacement assembly. If you’re in the United States or Canada, we highly recommend checking out eTech Parts as we’ve had lots of good experiences with them and know their customer service is out of this world. All the links below will route you to the direct item on eTech’s site. Continue reading
Description: This article introduce a powerful iTunes backup extractor and iPhone/iPad data recovery software help iPhone/iPad users to extract and recover iOS data from iPhone/iPad with or without iTunes backup.
iPhone/iPad goes broken badly or becomes dead is really frustrating things,many people only know that they can restore their iPhone/iPad files from iTunes backup with another iOS device if there is. In fact, there are still other ways for you to recover data from broken iPhone/iPad. Continue reading
While Notification Center is a great tool for receiving alerts on your iPhone and iPad, sometimes notification turns into interruption. That’s where iOS’ Do Not Disturb feature can come in handy. It allows your iPhone or iPad to continue to collect notifications, minus the beeping and buzzing. Whether you’re in a meeting or want a peaceful night’s sleep, Do Not Disturb can give you it. Here’s how to use it:
How to enable Do Not Disturb?
1、On your iPhone or iPad, swipe up from the bottom of the screen to launchControl Center.
2、Tap on the icon in the top row that looks like a crescent moon to toggle Do Not Disturb on.
3、That’s it. Do Not Disturb should now be active. You can verify it’s on by closing Control Center and looking in your top status bar. You should see a crescent moon icon off to the right. That means Do Not Disturb is activated. Continue reading
“It’s a sad story but not really a disaster,My 4 year old son played my iPhone5S and deleted some important contacts on my iPhone,I have no idea about it until i was going to called a friend but unable to find it in my contacts. I even don’t know how many contacts have been deleted on my iPhone5S. I have a backup in iTunes that was about two weeks old. I know I can recover the deleted contacts from backup,but I really don’t want to return my entire iPhone to its state as of two weeks ago by doing a restore from iPhone5s backup. I’ve added a lot of things to it since then and that would really mess things up. Is there anyway to selectively restore the deleted contacts from the iTunes backup? I’ve heard of backup extractor software which is available that can select to extract contacts from iTunes backup. Any recommendations for this?” ——Danniel asked on Apple forum Continue reading