iOS 5.0.1 Released to Public, How to Update Without iTunes

It seems that Apple decided to go ahead and give the go to iOS 5.0.1 earlier than we had initially thought. Releasing today, the update brings along multiple new minor features, the most significant, however, being the highly anticipated iPhone 4S battery patch.

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Current iPhone Owners: Your Options to Get the Best Out of Upgrading

I understand that maybe Apple was a bit bold in still hanging on to the same overall, external design of the iPhone 4 and by really not adding much to be desired, but there are still some who consider the 4S a worthy upgrade. Regardless of you owing a 3GS

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Basic Tutorial: Playing Personal Music in Any Application

Without the multitasking feature available thanks to the [almost outdated] iOS 4, the above title wouldn’t be as easy to make happen. Currently, many applications will stop your music that’s playing in the background due to their SFX and BGM starting to play when the app is opened; I’ll let

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The Best Applications for All of Your Social Needs

It helps to know what applications you can rely on for your social needs, especially if you’re an avid tweeter, Facebook addict or have any other favorite social website that you have trouble quitting. To make your social life easier, I’ve taken the time to highlight, in some cases, the

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Spotify for iPhone: What You Need to Know

As you’ve all probably heard by now, thanks to all the chatter, Spotify recently launched in the states accompanied by a nice, little iPhone application to go along with. Currently only offering one way to become a member, which is by invite (unless you decide to go premium), the service

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PC Users: Dealing with a Slow iTunes

It seems as if a bunch of inexperienced newbie programmers designed the iTunes us PC users have to currently use. We never get any mercy from the buggy software packed to the brim with its error messages and slow-running interface, whereas the Mac OSX user over there is faced with

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How to Watch Sunday’s FIFA Final from Your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad

There’s never a lack of iPhone applications for anything, so there are certainly a few essentials for iPhone users wanting to catch the Women’s FIFA Final tomorrow. The excitement has built up in the past few months, and the US Women’s National Team is at the peak of their wonderful

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Tips: iPhone Battery Draining Too Fast?

Let’s face it people: whether it be excessive sunlight exposure, too much use, or what, after a while your iPhone battery does start to drain much faster. Below are a few tips to maximize your iPhone’s battery life and keep it from draining as fast as it normally would. 1.

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Key to Flawless Beta Testing – The Simplicity of TestFlight

You may be an iPhone newbie using the device only for calling and other typical things that you could do with any other phones, which would mean you’re probably not reading his article. Or, on the other hand, you could be an iPhone junkie, partaking in online discussions about cool

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Restore Broken iPhone with Recovery Mode

iPhones, no matter how sophisticated, do occasionally have problems. At some point you may have to push your phone into recovery mode. This is basically a manual way of rebooting and restoring your phone. Turn off the phone by holding the “Sleep/Wake” button for about five seconds and then sliding

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