Archive for the: How To iPhone Category

5 Tips to Get More out of Your iPhone Camera With iOS 8

The iPhone camera has always been a great point-and-shoot device, but with iOS 8 and a few tricks you can make it much more than that. Check ’em out!

How to Turn On Text Message Forwarding on Mac & iPad

Thanks to Apple’s new text message forwarding, you don’t have to be on your iPhone to get and send Android/SMS-based texts. Here’s how to set it up.

How to Sync Facebook Contacts With Your iPhone

We’ll show you how to sync Facebook contacts with your iPhone, as well as how to avoid duplicate contacts and other common pitfalls this involves.

Tips to Simplify Your Switch From Android to iPhone

Nervous about whether your switch from Android to iPhone will preserve all of your precious data? Don’t sweat it — these tips have got you covered.

How to Handle (and Maybe Recover) a Lost or Stolen iPhone

Before you face a lost or stolen iPhone, there are some key steps you can take to protect the data on it — and possibly even help get your phone back.

What to Do Before You Sell Your Old iPhone

Looking to sell your old iPhone? Follow these steps to make sure you both clear all your private data from it and get the most cash for it that you can.

How to Get Started With Apple Pay for iPhone 6

You’ve got an iPhone 6, but you’re not using Apple Pay yet. What are you waiting for? It’s a no-brainer, and we’ll show you how to set it up right here.

How to Recover Deleted iPhone Photos in iOS 8

Whoops! You just deleted that picture you thought you didn’t want. Luckily, in iOS 8 you can easily get those deleted iPhone photos back. Here’s how.

How to Add Third-Party Keyboards to the iPhone in iOS 8

With iOS 8, keyboard options for your iPhone abound. Check out our tutorial on how to take advantage of all the third-party keyboards iOS 8 has to offer.

How to Recover Email Storage Space on the iPhone

If you use email on your iPhone a lot, all those messages and attachments can quickly gobble up your email storage space. Here’s how to get some of it back.