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Lex Friedman wasn't worried about an issue with black email messages affecting some iOS 4 users, until it affected his mom. Now, he's figured out a potential fix.
When a new iOS update arrives, expect to run into a few head-scratching problems. Not to worry -- Ted Landau is on the case with seven tips that provide answers to several of the questions you may be asking.
Don't keep your adventures all to yourself. Share your locations, photos, and stories from the road with these inexpensive Websites and apps.
iOS 4 lets you consolidate your number of iPhone app screens, using app folders. But there are a few hitches. CIO's Tom Kaneshige offers five quick tips for moving your apps into folders.
Ted Landau ran into several roadblocks when trying upload a collection of photos from his iPad to MobileMe Gallery.
Why yes, it should be a simple matter to sync to-do items between your iPhone and iCal. And it is, with the right software.
Yes, AT&T charges for incoming SMS messages when you don't have a text plan. And without jailbreaking your phone, your options for blocking messages are slim.
Apple Remote app can help you control iTunes from afar, and in interesting ways.
Exchanging files with the iPad requires a bit of work. Kirk McElhearn shows how to minimize the hassle, especially when you're copying iWork files.
The iPad versions of the iWork applications have trouble exchanging documents with the desktop version of Apple's productivity suite. It's not a bug, Ted Landau writes -- it's a limitation of the 1.0 release of these mobile apps.
Dropbox, the free file-syncing service, is a great way to make sure that the copies of your to-do list and resume are the same on all your Macs. But that's just the beginning of what Dropbox can do. Dan Miller explains.
A bug in iTunes 9.0.3 affects your ability to play ringtones from iTunes on your Mac. Ted Landau has the details.
You can use your iPhone as a barcode scanner or to find in-store coupons. Ginny Mies of PC World runs down some of the money-saving options available to smartphone-toting shoppers.
Ted Landau runs into a circular loop problem with an iPhone app, where quitting and restarting the app immediately returned him to the problem in question. Finding a solution led to a series of "what if" scenarios and what to do about them.
You can create a time-lapse movie with your camera, iPhone, or web cam. Time-lapse movies can give us a fresh perspective by speeding up slow-moving action and compressing hours, days, and months into seconds and minutes.