Remember the days when only the rich and the chosen ones could share content using Infrared and Bluetooth? For the young folks out there who probably got an iPhone on the day they were born, Mobile Devices were pretty expensive back in the day. In fact, only a select few
Sharing is caring; or at least that’s what everyone wants us to believe. Now you can share your LOVE and Wi-Fi .via. iPhone. Many people don’t even know this cool feature even existed. But it does, and I’m going to show you how you can turn your iPhone into a
While surfing some Apple Forums and Message Boards this week, I noticed a common recurring theme among the iPhone loyalists: The poor battery life of iPhone 5. Although the observations varied from user-to-user, everyone seemed to agree that the battery life of iPhone 5 isn’t what Apple markets it to
Is the world PERFECT? If you answered YES, stop reading immediately and go check out the great apps on App Store Download. If you answered NO, congratulations, you’re more sane than 99.99999% of the world’s population. The truth is, in the real world, Sh*t happens. That’s just the way we
The iPhone, the iPad, the iPod, and other iOS Devices, are limited by the size of their screen. There’s only but so much you can do and see on a small screen. Luckily, there’s a neat little feature on iPhone (iOS Devices) that lets you stream all your Content .i.e.
The iPhone, just like everything else in this universe, isn’t PERFECT. It’s merely a mortal piece of electrical circuits and wirings, that at some point, is bound to stop working. With that said, you don’t necessarily have to throw your iPhone in the trash-can just because the screen froze, or
Do you know why Smartphones are awesome? Because they are really SMART. I remember back in the day, when NOKIA was the biggest player in Mobile devices .i.e. Cell Phones. The Symbian OS was probably the greatest thing since sliced bread. Those black and white phones with small screens and
For a long time, one of the knocks against the iPhone has been its “Not So Efficient” Battery Life. Every year, the CEO of Apple (Steve Jobs and now Tim Cook) takes the stage to introduce a new version of the iPhone, promising that this time it would be different;