The used iPhone buyer’s guide

'The used iPhone buyer’s guide’ includes everything you need to know about buying a second hand iPhone. Download it now for FREE.

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May 22, 2014

4 ways to customise your iPad

When it comes to Apple, some people say it is a closed company and does not embrace open source as Android and Linux do. Well, I dare to say that Apple is not that closed! In order for you to customise your iPad, Apple created some unique features enabling you...

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May 07, 2014

Tips to avoid international iPhone data charges

Christmas is almost here, and some of you have probably already left for holidays. If you’re lucky enough, you may even spend your holidays somewhere abroad: a sky trip in a country with lots of snow, or an exotic retreat. Wherever you go, I’m sure that you’ll take your mobile...

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May 07, 2014

Should you update to iOS 7? Find out how to do it

You might have already updated your software to iOS 7, or to a previous version. So you probably know how to do it, and you don’t need this article at all. Fair enough! But you can find inside this article some tips about the new software and its compatibility with...

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May 07, 2014

Quick tip: backup your iOS photos to Flickr

Here's a quick tip if you've been wondering how to backup your iPhone photos online, in the cloud: use the new Flickr iOS app. The official Flickr app has been updated a few days ago and the main feature is the automatic backup of the photos you take with your...

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May 07, 2014

Broken iPad screen survival guide

Dealing with a broken iPad screen isn’t anyone’s favourite activity! At Lovefone, we hear so many different stories about how our customers’ iPad screens got broken (and have our own personal experiences of doing the same thing ourselves!). Lots of people beat themselves up for being clumsy for dropping their...

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May 07, 2014

How to backup your Google Reader account

Google have a habit of shutting down services, and one of them, unfortunately, is the very popular Google Reader. Google Reader will be closed from 1 July 2013, and we all have until that date to backup our Google Reader accounts and find an alternative! Google has announced that there...

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May 07, 2014

Becoming a Mac ninja (with a little help)

Though Apple products are often lauded for their usability, that doesn’t actually mean they’re always easy to use. OK, so Apple’s OSX might be a bit more intuitive than Microsoft Windows, but I’m still always surprised at how hard it is for new Mac users to get the most out...

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May 07, 2014

How to put ringtones on your iPhone

There are a number of ways to customise your iPhone, and one of the most fun is by setting up your own ringtones. The iPhone comes with a number of standard ringtones, but also offers you the chance to add hundreds of other ones from the App Store. The whole...

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May 07, 2014

How to fully quit apps on your iPhone or iPad

Is your battery draining too fast or an app not working properly? Often, you can fix both problems simply by quitting apps on your iPhone or iPad. In order to do so, just read this post and follow the simple steps below. Contrary to what you might expect, after pressing...

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May 07, 2014