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Setting up iOS with an iPhone Xs Max

Setting up an iOS device can seem like a daunting task, but with the simple wizard and these directions, you can get through it!

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Who Can Use My Data?

When the smartphone was first released this idea of counting gigs was not a thing, instead, cellphone carriers had you counting your talk minutes 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.

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Using and Monitoring Your Data

When the smartphone was first released this idea of counting gigs was not a thing, instead, cellphone carriers had you counting your talk minutes 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.

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What is Cellular Data?

When the smartphone was first released this idea of counting gigs was not a thing, instead, cellphone carriers had you counting your talk minutes 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.

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iMessage Settings on macOS

iMessage, a messaging service built into the Messages app on your Mac and iPhone. They are blue messages that you send or receive from other Apple users. Different than SMS, they require an internet connection via your data plan or Wi-Fi.

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iMessage Settings on iOS

iMessage, a messaging service built into the Messages app on your Mac and iPhone. They are blue messages that you send or receive from other Apple users. Different than SMS, they require an internet connection via your data plan or Wi-Fi.

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What is iMessage and How to Manage Settings

iMessage, a messaging service built into the Messages app on your Mac and iPhone. They are blue messages that you send or receive from other Apple users. Different than SMS, they require an internet connection via your data plan or Wi-Fi.

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How to Back Up Your iOS Device’s Data

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.

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How to Backup your Photos on your iOS device

Its important to backup all of your data on your iPad and iPhone. If something happens to your iOS device whether you lose it at sea or drop it and it shatters into a million pieces you have important stuff on your mobile devices that you don’t want to lose. So here are the top methods for backing up your data.

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Managing your Mobile Data

When the smartphone was first released this idea of counting gigs was not a thing, instead, cellphone carriers had you counting your talk minutes 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…