How You Can Allow Or Disallow FaceTime Data Calls


On April 21, 2013

It took more than two years for Apple to bring in iOS the ability to make FaceTime calls using cellular data. Thanks to iOS 6 we can make “FaceTime” video calls wherever we are, as long as you have a stable internet connection. However not all iOS device’s can be used to make FaceTime calls […]

How to solve the Home and Power buttons when not working on iPhone and iPad


On April 19, 2013

Two of the most popular iPhone and iPad hardware problems are related to the Home and Power buttons. Either they do not work at all or they read only some presses, or become hard to press, the issue is disturbing and needs to be solved somehow. If your iOS device does no longer is under […]

How To Edit A Command Given To Siri


On April 18, 2013

Siri was originally released by Apple only on iPhone 4S, but during the nearly two years since it is available in iOS received a compatibility with multiple devices, but is not out of its beta version yet. If you use Siri, then you have noticed that at many questions the answer is that the request […]

How To Make And Delete iPhone Calendars


On April 17, 2013

The built-in iOS application, Calendar, is the best place where we can keep track of all events scheduling to not miss any of them. The interesting part is that it doesn’t forces us to keep everything in one calendar. If you prefer to separate your personal life, with the one at work, or have a […]

How to block specific phone numbers on your iPhone?


On April 15, 2013

Getting unwanted calls you is a normal thing these days for every person. There is also an app for iPhone called iBlacklist that if you download it, you simply get rid of stressful calls.

Do you have problems with battery iPhone? Learn how to prolong its life


On April 14, 2013

There is at least one common thing that all iPhone users hate and that is the battery life. Regardless of the benefits that Apple brings to its owners, it’s always room for improvement.

How To Restore Your iPhone


On April 8, 2013

This tutorial is addressed only to those who need to unlock their iPhone and use an unlocked phone. Of course, you can use the tutorial if you have an iPhone locked to a network, or you have the SIM of the phone operator that you want to use the phone and remain on the same […]

Here's how to delete data saved in iCloud applications


On March 31, 2013

We all already know that some iPhone applications can save your information in Apple’s iCloud, but not all of them succeed in saving everything you want for yourself. Even so, applications that can sync with iCloud can save more data in your account and that information can be reinstalled with every restore of your iPhone. […]

How to jailbreak iOS 6.1 beta 2 on iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS and iPod 4G with RedSn0w 0.9.15b3


On December 17, 2012

If you have upgraded to iOS 6.1 beta and you own an A4 device, then we have a good news for you – RedSn0w 0.9.15b3 works for all devices running A4 or earlier. This means it’s good for iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS and iPod Touch 4G .

What happens to the tweak and applications purchased from the App Store and Cydia after a restore?


On February 25, 2012

Many of those who have just purchased an iPhone, iPod Touch, an iPad tablet or a Mac and have started to buy applications from the App Store are wondering what happens to the applications they bought from the store when they do a restore (reinstallation of the operating system). The answer is quite simple: all […]