Articles in iPhone
I’m running iOS 7 Gold Master (GM), currently available to developers, which is the same version that will roll out on 18 September.
Apple has replaced the iPhone 5 with the iPhone 5S and a low-cost 5C, while keeping the 4S as a base model.
Ever wondered how to get files off your iPod, iPhone or iPad and onto your PC?
The Case-Mate iPhone 5 Pop! ID cover has a built-in “wallet” feature that holds 2 credit card sized items.
Do you remember to delete old iOS backups that accumulate on your hard drive?
I’ve been using the iPhone 5 since it launched locally a few weeks ago, and as an iPhone 4 user, it’s the expected upgrade.
Apple has confirmed that the iPhone 5 will go on sale in South Africa on Friday, 14 December 2012.
If you upgraded to iOS 6 recently and linked your Facebook account, but absolutely hate contacts integration, here’s what you do.
“The biggest thing to happen to iPhone since iPhone” is how Apple sums up its next generation mobile device.
I recently reviewed my favourite Twitter client on iOS for My Digital Life - Tweetbot. Last year when Twitter introduced a major web revamp, I didn’t expect them to carry it over to their apps across all platforms.
I downloaded Frametastic a few weeks ago and it is listed (currently) as “free for a limited time” in its description on iTunes.
I got to try one of iOS 5′s new features earlier today – wireless software update, because I left my cable at home. It was very simple, all I had to do was go into Settings > General > Software Update and begin!
Wireless software updates only work when you’re connected to a WiFi network; not via 3G. You will get …
This post was written in response to a post on My Digital Life on what my top iPhone apps were. I’ve not included obvious apps like Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, etc. In no order, they are:
1. Dropbox – free
Dropbox lets you sync files between your phone, laptop or PC. It is very handy when I don’t have my cable, I just stick …
I was playing around with some of my iPhone photo apps and ended up with a stunning result.
I took a normal picture using the standard camera i.e. no effects:
Then converted the pic to HDR (free app called HDRforFree):