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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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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…

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iOS Storage Recommendations

iOS 11 has brought a wide range of new features most notably the new features that help users manage their iPhone or iPad storage like recommendations Keep reading all the ins and outs of the new recommendations features.

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Importing Pictures Using Image Capture

Photos is the default app for importing photos and videos into a library stored on your Mac. But there is another app in your “Applications” folder of your Mac that most people overlook called Image Capture. Unlike Photos, Image Capture imports your photos and videos to the folder of your choice. This is a great option to use if your importing pictures to share or if your a WindowsOS user because Photos libraries cannot be opened in WindowsOS.

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New Storage Features in iOS 11

iOS 11 has brought a wide range of new features most notably the new features that help users manage their iPhone or iPad storage like recommendations and a status bar like what is found on the desktop version of iTunes. Keep reading all the ins and outs of the new storage features.