I had my iPhone stolen and had to purchase a new one, and iPhone 6s. Now I want to re-install not just my current apps, but some of my older ones too. Is there a way I can see a history of all apps I’ve purchased?
One of the reasons I bought the new Canon s120 compact digital camera was so I could wirelessly transfer photos from the camera to my iPhone. Why? Social media, of course. Instagram, baby. And Snapchat. But I’m baffled with the whole wifi thing. Help!
My daughter gives me USB drives with music she’s recorded as MP3 files. I love it, but I want to share them with my friends on my phone. How do I easily transfer them from my Windows machine to my smartphone?
While some people have the luxury of an unlimited bandwidth cellular plan, most of us have a cap on how much bandwidth we’ve paid for with our iPhone and so have to keep tabs on our usage. Apple, however, appears to think that’s dumb and has added a feature to iOS 9 that can wreak havoc on your usage. Here’s what it is, how it works, and how to disable it!
I want a new iPhone 6s. Looks really fun. But AT&T has three options and I can’t quite figure out the difference between “AT&T Next”, a contract and a no-contract phone. Can you walk me through it, Dave?
iTunes does a decent job of helping you manage your Apple iPhone from a Mac or Windows system, until you want to do something that’s not part of how Apple thinks you should work. Then you find that it’s really hard to access your phone’s data, photos, music and file system. Worse, you can have temp files and caches clogging up your device without even knowing about it.
Enter the useful Tenorshare iPhone Care Pro utility, available for both Mac and Windows systems. It makes accessing data on your phone surprisingly easy and offers many other capabilities you might not even have realized you need…