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Despite having a location field, the iPhone's Calendar application is kind of useless at helping you find your appointments' locations. Here's a workaround to make it a little bit easier.
During a sync, iTunes not only syncs managed information and media, but also creates or updates an iPhone backup. The main function of the backup is to permit you to restore personal data and settings to your iPhone during a Restore. In this excerpt from Take Control of iPhone OS 3, Ted Landau takes a closer look at the process of backing up and restoring your iPhone's data.
There's nothing worse than losing your iTunes library to a hard drive crash. If you have music on your iPod, you can at least get it back with the right tools.
A couple of vulnerabilities pray on jailbroken iPhones that use the same default password. Here's how to change that password to avoid getting bitten.
If last week's iPhone hint was a little complicated, this week's is an exercise in simplicity. Here's how to keep a picture in Photos locked in either landscape or portrait orientation.
MobileMe users can sync their subscribed calendars from their Mac to their iPhone, but what about the rest of us?
There's more you can do with your iPhone's carrier settings than just download and install the latest update. Ted Landau shows you how to custom reinstall, directly view and even modify your carrier settings -- and explains why you would want to.
How to shoot crisp and colorful video on your iPhone without the typical jerky-camera look.
The only thing better than cool iPhone apps? Free iPhone apps. PC World's Rick Broida shows you how to find them.
As an amateur musician, I’m always looking for ways to get a song from my head into my computer. With Sonoma Wire Works FourTrack, it’s easy to compose an entire song, record the basic parts, and then export the audio to your Mac for further editing.
Do you tap one icon on your iPhone's home screen only to have another app launch? Ted Landau identifies the problem, but a definitive fix is hard to come by until Apple steps in.
Using an Airport Express or an Apple TV, you can easily stream music from iTunes to the speakers of your choice.
Jason Snell shows you how to play Internet radio streams in the background of your iPhone.
PC World blogger Michael Scalisi looks at what goes into supporting iPhones in a Microsoft Exchange environment.