How to Search Facebook Posts on iPhone

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If you need to find a Facebook post that you published years ago, Facebook now allows users to search by keyword and will bring up any posts that contain that keyword. Here’s how to do it. Facebook just added this ability to its social network, allowing users to finally search through past Facebook posts. In […]

How to Check Verizon Data Usage on iPhone

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If you’re worried that you might go over your data allowance cap, here’s how to check how much data you’re using on your Verizon iPhone. The day of unlimited data plans are long gone, and most Verizon customers are now limited to plans with just a few gigabytes to play around with each month. With […]

iPad Sale Knocks $100 Off iPad Mini 3 at Best Buy

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If you missed out on all the great iPad deals on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Best Buy is bringing a little of that back with some good deals on the iPad Air 2 and the iPad mini 3. There were plenty of iPad deals to go around on Black Friday weekend, but if you […]

Chromecast Deals Give Buyers Free Content

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Google’s Chromecast streaming stick has become a huge product ever since launching well over a year ago, and while it’s one of the cheapest streaming options on the market, Google is making it even cheaper with some content deals. Shoppers who buy a new Chromecast streaming stick between December 7 and December 21, and then […]

How to Make Your iPhone 6 Speaker Louder

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While there are a ton of Bluetooth speakers to choose from that can boost your iPhone’s audio volume and quality, sometimes you just need a quick and dirty method for making your iPhone’s speaker louder. Here are some tricks that you can use to amplify your iPhone 6’s speaker. Let’s be real: Bluetooth speakers cost […]

How to Put Music onto Your iPhone Without iTunes

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The iPhone is great for listening to music while traveling, but if you’re not a big fan of iTunes, here are some methods for getting that music onto your iPhone without using Apple software. iTunes isn’t terrible by any means, but if you don’t really use it other than for putting music onto your iPhone, […]

iPad Mini 2 vs iPad Mini: Which One Should You Buy?

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Apple announced and unveiled the iPad mini 3 back in October, serving as the successor to the now-called iPad mini 2. The original iPad mini still remains in Apple’s iPad lineup, but how do the older models compare with each other? The Cupertino-based company didn’t spend a lot of time talking about the iPad mini […]

How to Get By with a 16GB iPad

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16GB of storage on an iPad isn’t much at all. In fact, many would say that it’s impossible for an iPad user, but if it’s your only option, here’s how to get by with a 16GB iPad. We’ve discussed many times in the past about how you just shouldn’t get a 16GB iPhone or iPad, […]

Fire TV Stick Review

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Amazon announced the Fire TV Stick back in October as the smaller version of its initial Fire TV streaming box. The small HDMI dongle officially launched last month and we took the chance to try it out for ourselves. Just like Google’s Chromecast, which is the closest comparison to the Fire TV Stick, the device […]

How to Get iWork for Free on OS X Yosemite

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Apple announced last year that its iWork suite of apps, which consists of Keynote, Pages and Numbers, would come free with any new Mac that you buy. Previously, these apps were $20 a piece. However, current Mac users with older Macs aren’t able to take advantage of that deal, seeing as how the company is […]

How to Stop iTunes from Opening When Plugging in an iPhone

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If you’re like me and don’t use iTunes that often or at all, it can be annoying when it opens automatically every time you plug in your iPhone to your computer. Here’s how to prevent that from happening. While I own an iPhone and an iPad, I rarely use iTunes at all. I use Spotify […]

iPhone 6 Problems Causing Displaced Front-Facing Camera

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The iPhone 6 hasn’t been without its problems since launching back in September, but a new issue has been popping up over the last few weeks, and it deals with the front-facing camera. Many users have complained that the front-facing camera on their iPhone 6 units is displaced from the camera hole. Users report seeing […]

iPhone 6c Could Bring the 4-Inch Screen Back

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Apple could be bringing back the 4-inch screen from the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s next year when the 2015 iPhone launches. According to Chinese website Feng.com, the Cupertino-based company may be bringing back the one thing that made the iPhone great to use: one-handed functionality. The 4-inch screen made it really easy for users […]

Spotify Premium Deal Offers Great Price for New Users

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Spotify is one of the most popular music streaming services on the market right now, and for a limited time, new users can take advantage of all its features for next to nothing. New users can sign up for Spotify Premium for just $0.99 per month for the first three months, which gives you more […]

Apple Pay Support Rolls Out to More Banks

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Apple Pay launched back in October alongside the iOS 8.1 update for iPhone and iPad users. The new payment platform already has a handful of major banks that support it, as well as a growing list of retail stores. However, one big roadblock has been bank support, with only a few big-name banks supporting Apple’s […]

iPhone 6 Availability Improves Ahead of Christmas

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The iPhone 6 will most likely be a hot item during the holiday season, and it looks like Apple has already begun ramping up production, as delivery estimates for the new device have improved ahead of Christmas. iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus models in all colors and from all carriers in 16 and 64GB […]

iOS 8.1.1 Jailbreak: Is it Worth Installing?

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Apple released its iOS 8.1.1 update last month as a minor update to the iPhone and iPad, but it also patched up the Pangu iOS 8 jailbreak. However, a new jailbreak has been released by TaiG that works with iOS 8.1.1, but is it worth installing? We’ve been waiting on the iOS 8.1.1 update ever […]

iOS 8.1.1 Jailbreak Now Available in English

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The iOS 8.1.1 jailbreak that was released earlier this week is now available in English, making it easier for users to follow along and properly jailbreak their iOS devices. Apple released its iOS 8.1.1 update last month as a minor update to the iPhone and iPad, but it also patched up the Pangu iOS 8 […]

3 Common iMessage Problems & How to Fix Them

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While iMessage is one of the most-used services for iOS users, it’s definitely not without its problems. Here’s how to fix the most common iMessage problems. iMessage has changed the way that many people communicate with their family and friends on a daily basis. With iMessage being available on any of your iOS devices, it […]

How to Stop Gmail from Adding Events to Google Calendar

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About a month ago, Google added a capability to Gmail and Google Calendar that allows Gmail to automatically add events it see in your email to your Google Calendar. Here’s how to disable that feature. The feature scans your Gmail email and automatically creates new events based on emails you receive that include dates and […]