Month: October 2014

Schools across the nation are using iPads and MacBooks daily. Since students must bring them from class to class and from home to school, there’s a high chance they will drop them or end up damaging them in some other way. While many schools have elected to have insurance, there are many schools that are…
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iPhone speakers can sound blown out if there is dust in the connection.
We've all been there – you forget your phone is on "silent" and have a momentary panic attack when no sound comes out of the speaker. But for some iPhone users, speaker problems can occur, generally through no fault of their own. According to BigBoss, the problem is sometimes caused by a little bit of…

Preventing breaking should be a high priority for iPhone users.
Broken iPhones can cause plenty of woe. The sheer number of broken iPhone stories and anecdotes are probably too many to count, illustrating just how difficult it can be to keep the device totally out of harm's way. The thing about a damaged iPhone, however, is that many instances of breaking can be prevented with…

Since its release in 2012, Google’s Nexus 7 has quickly become one of the most popular small tablets on the market. The latest version has even more cool features like a faster processor, higher resolution display, more RAM and a camera. There are plenty of reasons to love your mini-tab, but the device has been…
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Some scratches can be easily buffed out of iPhones, but some - like this one - cannot.
Nobody likes to drop their iPhone – especially when it ends up scraped and scratched. This could be enough to send anyone into a tizzy, but depending on the severity of the damage it may not be a lost cause. A scuff on an iPhone screen or shell is nothing to be overly concerned about…

Those banking on 'sapphire' glass to protect their future iPhones probably won't be seeing it anytime soon on Apple products.
Those Apple fans hoping for a near-indestructible screen on a later incarnation of the iPhone probably won't be getting the future they were expecting. USA Today reported that GT Advanced Technologies, the company behind the "sapphire" glass hotly touted by Apple as a new standard in quality, filed for Chapter 11 on Monday. According to Forbes…

Those banking on 'sapphire' glass to protect their future iPhones probably won't be seeing it anytime soon on Apple products.
Those Apple fans hoping for a near-indestructible screen on a later incarnation of the iPhone probably won't be getting the future they were expecting. USA Today reported that GT Advanced Technologies, the company behind the "sapphire" glass hotly touted by Apple as a new standard in quality, filed for Chapter 11 on Monday. According to Forbes…

The Google Nexus 7 comes with a powerful 3,950 mAh battery that can deliver up to nine hours of use, so why is yours experiencing battery drain and charging slowly? There can be several reasons for your battery problems and a bit of troubleshooting may be all you need to fix them. Do a Cache…
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No power in your iPhone? Here are three possibilities as to why iPhone 5c battery problems could be occurring.
Smartphones have gotten a pretty stellar reputation for being go-anywhere, do-anything kinds of devices – so long as the battery holds up. There are few things as disparaging as watching an iPhone's battery life quickly tick away through no fault of one's own. While the first natural instinct in these situations may be to blame…

iPhone users are reporting serious battery drainage after installing iOS 8.
Generally, having the newest version of an operating system installed on your smartphone is considered a good thing. But what happens when updates are more hassle than they're worth? This is the situation that some Apple fans are finding themselves in with various incarnations of iOS 8. In addition to security mishaps and other problems, many…