Earlier this week, a newly found bug surrounding iOS and Messages has emerged that causes the app to continuously crash when a certain text is received. At the time, Apple said it was aware of the bug and working to push an update to fix it. In the meantime however, the company tonight has published an official support document with a few suggestions on how to temporarily work around the issue. Continue reading
Hi, I have iPhone of the first generation and have recently bought a new 5S. How can I back up my old iPhone contacts to my PC and then transfer them to my new iPhone? I obviously cannot use the iCloud with the old iPhone. I also do not want to sync the iPhone with iTunes in order to transfer the contacts to the PC since I am on a new laptop and the music on the iPhone will get deleted during sync with my new empty iTunes library. Is there any other method to back up my iPhone? Continue reading
An iPhone 6 user wrote to me:“I suddenly lost my notes and my contacts on my iPhone 6 and I don’t have them on iCloud. Any help?”
It is pretty annoying when contacts and notes are disappeared from your iPhone 6 or other iOS devices, for both of them play an important part in our life. We need contacts to keep in touch with outside; we need notes to keep us in remind of some feelings or things happen in one moment. But don’t worry, there is still a chance to recover those disappeared notes and contacts on your iPhone 6 even though you don’t have any backup. Continue reading
I’ve searched high and low for a solution to this one. I used my 32GB iPhone to shoot a video which turned out to be 48 minutes long, and approximately 1.2GB in file size. It plays OK on the iPhone itself. However, when attempting to transfer or copy the large video file from the iPhone to PC, it FAILS. The photos and small-under-7gb-videos copy to PC just fine. Seriously, why use the iPhone to shoot a long video, if it can’t be transferred to your PC? Any help on this matter is much appreciated. Continue reading
Most people have got their Apple Watch but do you know how to listen to music on your Apple Watch? Here are some tips for you to listen to music on Apple Watch.
Apple Watch includes 6.2 GB of storage space for adding content like apps, photos, and music, with up to 2GB of that space dedicated to storing songs. When you add a playlist, you can listen to music on it, even when your iPhone is not in range. Keep reading this article extracted from Apple Community. Continue reading