How to Encrypt Your iPhone Backup

by Jun 16, 2011

If you are still confused about the Apple iPhone Tracking fiasco, updating to iOS 4.3.3 should resolve the issues. However one thing that people failed to mention is the importance of encrypting the iPhone backup on your Mac. Here’s why. Theoretically someone with access to the computer you use to sync your iPhone can restore…Continue Reading

Weekly App: Automagically Sync Your iPhone Camera Roll to the Cloud

by Jun 15, 2011

This week we thought the weekly app should be one of my favorite apps on the iPhone, CameraSync. CameraSync is a simple yet powerful application that will automatically sync pictures taken with your iPhone (stored in the Camera Roll) to a cloud service of your choice. Services include Dropbox, iDisk, FTP Server, Amazon S3 Buckets,…Continue Reading

Make More Room on the iPhone by Compressing Music

by Jun 15, 2011

Ever find yourself scraping for additional space on your iPhone? If so, there are a couple of things you can do to make more room on the iPhone, but in this guide we’ll focus on one of the simplest options. Converting music to a lower bit rate. Although audiophiles may flinch at the thought of…Continue Reading

How to Change the Email Font Size on the iPhone

by Jun 14, 2011

If you are having a hard time reading emails on your iPhone or you find that text font size is too large, there’s a simple solution to this problem. Change the font size. If you’re wondering how to do this, don’t worry you’re not the only one who has had to dig through iPhone settings…Continue Reading

How to Set Custom Text Tones for Contacts on the iPhone

by Jun 13, 2011

How many times have you found yourself wishing you hadn’t taken the time to check your iPhone for a text message you really didn’t care about? I know I have, especially when I get those pesky marketing text messages. If you’re looking for a way to single out text messages from certain individuals, say your…Continue Reading

How to Encrypt the iPad’s Backup Stored on Your Computer

by Jun 09, 2011

As you begin to rely on the iPad more and more to store sensitive information, pictures, and other content it becomes increasingly important to keep that information secured. When your iPad syncs with iTunes, one of the functions performed during the sync is the creation/update of a backup file stored on your PC/Mac. This backup…Continue Reading

Weekly App: Get a Glimpse of the Past’s Future with Biblion

by Jun 08, 2011

If you are a history buff or enjoy a little science fiction you are going to fall in love with Biblion for the iPad. Think of the Biblion App as a time capsule where you will be able to explore the 1939-40 New York World’s Fair on your iPad. The app will provide you with access…Continue Reading

Create Photosynths On-the-go with the Photosynth App

by Apr 25, 2011

Photosynth, Bing’s latest app, has a full set of features available for iOS devices as well as Windows Phone’s soon. Photosynth is a new way to take panoramas on your mobile device. The app uses the latest computer vision technology to help you take panoramas easily and quickly. The app allows you to see the…Continue Reading

How to Enable Screen Zoom on the iPad

by Mar 29, 2011

Although it is an accessibility feature designed for individuals that have a tough time seeing small text or graphics, the Zoom feature on the iPad can be extremely handy while browsing the web, sharing images and information with others, and for tutorials. In the guide below I will show you how to enable and use…Continue Reading

How to Create a PDF from Pages on Your iPad

by Jan 14, 2011

You are working on a Pages document on your iPad, but you can only send it as a PDF to your client, what do you do? Apple was clever enough to include PDF support in Pages for the iPad. The guide below will show you how to email a Pages document as a PDF. If…Continue Reading

iHome Brings AirPlay to New Line of Speakers

by Jan 06, 2011

iHome, the popular iPhone and iPad accessory maker took the wraps off their new iW1 AirPlay wireless speakers for AirPlay enabled devices. The device receives lossless audio from iTunes and other AirPlay devices like the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad. The wireless speaker sports a built-in rechargeable li-ion battery that is in use when the…Continue Reading

How to Enable a Passcode Lock on the iPad

by Jan 06, 2011

Are you looking for a way to protect the information on your iPad should it go missing or stolen? If so you may want to consider enabling the Passcode lock. The guide below will show you how to enable the passcode on the iPad so that anyone who wishes to access your iPad will be…Continue Reading

How Your iPhone Can Help You Lose Weight with 5 Apps in 4 Simple Steps

by Dec 21, 2010

The iPhone is one of today’s strongest handheld devices. Aside from being an entertainment center, this Smartphone can be home of so many apps that serve hundreds of purposes. If you have been battling with your weight for some time now and are the lucky owner of an iPhone, here’s some good news: your weight…Continue Reading