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Aryton
5 days ago

Is there a way to see the WiFi passwords I’ve entered on an iPhone?

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pcaulfield
2 weeks ago

I like My Photo Stream because it takes my iPhone photos and saves them to iCloud. What I don’t like is that it takes ALL my photos and does it immediately...

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Aryton
4 weeks ago

After installing the iOS 7.1 update, I can’t get BlueTooth to turn off. If I turn it off, the iPhone just turns it back on. Any ideas?

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rcook12
4 weeks ago

One of my kids is in college, and isn’t afraid to make a call to dad occasionally asking for a little extra money to make it through the month. She works...

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pcaulfield
5 weeks ago

What’s new in iOS 7.1? Any major changes?

Tags: apple, iOS 7.1, iphone |
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pcaulfield
5 weeks ago

How hard is it to replace the battery on an iPhone 3GS? The phone is pretty old, but I don't want to spend the money to replace my 3GS...

ernard
5 weeks ago

How do you set an iPhone to ring a unique ringtone for someone in your contacts list?

Tags: iphone, ringtones |
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nrichmond
7 weeks ago

I see there's a new iOS version (7.0.6) available. Do I need to update my iPhone? What does this update fix?

Tags: apple, ios, iphone, security |
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ernard
7 weeks ago

I heard a short story on the news this weekend about a security vulnerability that was found in iOS 7. How serious of a threat is it, and how long has it...

Tags: iOS 7, iphone, security |
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pcaulfield
10 weeks ago

Since I’ve installed iOS7, I occasionally get random reboots, where the screen is just black with a white apple symbol in the middle. Has anyone else...

Tags: iOS 7, iphone |
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