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Playing and managing content in iTunes After you've added content to iTunes, read this article to learn how to play audio and video, make playlists, edit song information, and more.... link » tags: dec 09, apple.com, annotationswww.apple.com/uk/support/itunes/ · Original page
Best iPhone Sandwich Man ever… October 26, 2009 on 1:13 pm | In iPhones | No Comments You need to a flashplayer enabled browser to view this YouTube video Tags: apple iphone sandwich man link » tags: dec 09, iphonews.com, annotationsiphonews.com · Original page
Something wrong should be corrected! link » tags: dec 09, support.apple.com, annotationssupport.apple.com/kb/HT1385 · Original page
The iPhone and iPod touch will sync certain content one way only (unidirectionally): either from the computer (Mac OS or Windows) to the iPhone/iPod touch or from the device to the computer, but not in both directions. The iPhone and iPod touch will also sync content bi-directionally (with merge capabilities) when dealing with other data, such as Contacts, Calendars, Bookmarks, and Notes. link » One-way Syncing (Unidirectional) The iPhone and iPod touch will sync certain content one way only (unidirectionally) from the computer (Mac OS or Windows) to the iPhone/iPod touch or from the device to the computer. For example, with audio/video content such as music, movies, TV shows, and podcasts, the data will sync only from the computer to the device. You will not be able to modify this type of content from the iPhone/iPod touch. All changes will need to be made in iTunes or the computer that is syncing with the device. In a similar fashion, photos taken from the iPhone will only sync one way, from the device to the computer. The one exception is Applications. Applications can be removed from the iPhone without connecting to iTunes. See Deleting Applications for more information. Two-way Syncing (Bidirectional) The iPhone/iPod touch is capable of two-way syncing (with merge capabilities) when dealing with other content, such as Contacts, Calendars, and Bookmarks. For example, iTunes will copy and modify contacts made on the iPhone/iPod touch and contact manager, such as Yahoo! Address Book, Outlook Contacts, Outlook Express, Google Contacts, or the Mac Address Book. When you sync the iPhone, iTunes checks for any changes to your contact information made from the iPhone/iPod touch or your contact manager. iTunes will warn you of possible conflicts or changes that affect a large number of your contacts before making those changes. link » tags: dec 09, support.apple.com, annotationssupport.apple.com/kb/HT1296 · Original page
Apps for iPhone Discover apps from the App Store that help you do more with iPhone. From games to business to health and fitness, there’s an app for that. Learn more link » tags: dec 09, apple.com, annotationswww.apple.com/uk/iphone/ · Original page
IPhone Problems Questions My ipod feature on the phone keeps cutting out while at the gym. The phone and headphones have both been replaced, yet the problem contunes. 1 Answer In fact, something very similar happened to me with a Microsoft Zune and I eventually was able to diagnose the problem. It was static elecricity! As I continued... read more link » tags: dec 09, mahalo.com, annotationswww.mahalo.com/iphone-problems · Original page
Q: Why does original iPhone show a different number of bars than iPhone 3G in the same location? A: The original iPhone uses 2G only (EDGE and GPRS), while iPhone 3G uses 3G and 2G and will use the best network available at any given time. Note that most carriers have greater 2G network coverage than 3G, but 3G network coverage continues to grow. link » tags: dec 09, support.apple.com, annotationssupport.apple.com/kb/HT1976 · Original page
Q: Why does original iPhone show a different number of bars than iPhone 3G in the same location? A: The original iPhone uses 2G only (EDGE and GPRS), while iPhone 3G uses 3G and 2G and will use the best network available at any given time. Note that most carriers have greater 2G network coverage than 3G, but 3G network coverage continues to grow. link » Q: My carrier's coverage map indicates that I should have 3G coverage, but I am not getting it. What should I do? A: The coverage maps presented by carriers such as AT&T typically represent an approximation. Contact your carrier if you are experiencing any coverage-related issues. link » Q: When on a call, why does my iPhone 3G work better at 1 bar than an original iPhone? A: This is because when on a 3G network, you can communicate with more than one cell tower at a time. By design, 3G is supposed to work better than 2G in weak signal conditions. For this reason, signal bars for 2G are not directly comparable to 3G bars. The bars an estimate of how good the signal conditions are. link » Q: Why does my iPhone 3G show 1 bar while another 3G phone shows 2 bars? A: No standard exists for mapping signal levels to actual bars. The bars are an estimate of how good the signal conditions are. link » Q: Is 3G voice quality better than 2G? A: Yes, because 3G can communicate with more cell towers simultaneously and process more data than 2G. link » Q: What does turning off 3G do on iPhone 3G? A: You can turn 3G on or off using Settings > General > Network > Enable 3G. Turning off 3G restricts the device to a 2G network. With 3G turned off, you will not be able to use voice and data at the same time, except when using data over a Wi-Fi connection. Note that you may get additional talk time by turning off 3G. See the iPhone 3G specifications for more information. In countries that do not offer a 2G cellular networks, turning off 3G prevents you from using the iPhone to make calls or use cellular data networks. link » Q: What if my iPhone does not offer the Enable 3G setting? A: This setting is only available on the iPhone 3G or iPhone 3GS. Depending on your wireless carrier, this setting may not be available when using the iPhone in your home country. If this is the case, it may be available when roaming internationally. link » tags: dec 09, support.apple.com, annotationssupport.apple.com/kb/HT1976 · Original page
Re: What is the AT&T smtp server for? The SSL is set to "off" Posted: Oct 11, 2009 7:51 PM in response to: Luba Cox Reply Email AT&T's SMTP server is for an email account that does not have an authenticated SMTP server in order to send messages with the account when connected to the internet via AT&T's cellular network. Using an account that supports SSL with the SMTP server is better than using an account with an SMTP server that does not support SSL, but when sending/receiving via AT&T's cellular network, all data is encrypted over the network, which is a GSM standard. Using an account that supports SSL with the SMTP server is more important when connected to an open wi-fi network. link » tags: oct 09, discussions.apple.com, annotationsdiscussions.apple.com/message.jspa?messageID=1038 · Original page
SharedCopy bookmarks for every need Setup preset email address to send copies to - Share with your link » tags: oct 09, sharedcopy.com, annotationssharedcopy.com/public/install · Original page