All of your data contacts, calendar, files, and so so much more on your phone can be so precious and with a large smash all of your iPhone all of your data could be gone. Protect your data by backing it up to an other place. Click to see some of your options.
Images may be some of the most treasured files on your iDevice, but they and also take up a lot of your precious storage. In addition to that what if you, by accident, smash your iPhone and all of your pictures are gone. Be prepared and backup your phone to another location for extra percussion.
Excerpt from: "Guide to Wireless Charging" Wireless Charging Pad Weather your receiver is built into your phone or a receiver pad plugged into the lightning port you will need a wireless charging pad. This pad sends power to the receiver in or connected to your phone. If your phone supports fast wireless charging check to … Continue reading Wireless Charging Pad
Are you interested in wireless charging but don't have a phone that supports it, nor do you want a receiver that hangs off the back of your phone? Then try out a wireless charging case. All of the tech is built in.
Wireless is the way of the future. Lots of today's technology especially the mobile market is coming out with wireless charging options. Is there a way to bring this new technology to yesterday's old technology? YES!
Since iOS 4 you have been able to customize both your lock screen and home screen on your iDevice with your own custom image. Click to learn how to do it on your iDevice...
When the smartphone was first released this idea of counting gigs was not a thing, instead cellphone carriers had you counting your talk minuets and texts. Fast forward to today and that option is no longer profitable for the cellular companies and instead has been replaced with data. Click to learn how to manage this data.
Since iOS 4 you have been able to customize both your lock screen and home screen on your iDevice with your own custom image. Click to lean how to do it on your iDevice...
The mobile phone industry has been around for a long time, but still today we ran unto the problem of dead zones, or places with little to no cellular service, in their home or place of work. This can be solved by enabling Wi-Fi Calling. With Wi-Fi calling you can make cellphone calls any where you have internet.