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History Of The iPad: iPad Models And Release Dates

The iPad, just like the iPhone, revolutionised the tablet scene. The iPad is widely used for business, education and consumer purposes. Below is a brief history of each iPad model and it's release dates. iPad (1st Generation) Release date: April 3, 2010 The original iPad released almost nine years ago. The device that Apple called “a revolutionary device for browsing the web, reading and sending email, enjoying photos, watching videos, listening to music, playing games, reading e-books and much more” would go on to change the way many consumers would consume information. Although it was not the first ever tablet ...
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How to redial a phone number on your iPhone

We come across several occasions where we need to redial a phone number after finishing the call. For example, it could be that you remembered something later and need to extend the conversation; or you had to look up some information and then share it with the person you were talking to. Let’s take a look at a quick and easy way to redial a phone number on an iPhone. Tap on the Phone icon on your Home Tap on the Keypad. Tap on the Call Once you do this, the last called number will appear at the top of ...
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How to assign a unique ringtone to an individual contact on your iPhone

Assigning unique ringtones to different contacts stored on your iPhone is a cool and very useful functionality. It helps you quickly identify the caller on hearing the iPhone ring. Based on this you can determine the importance of a call without even picking up or even viewing the phone screen. This comes in handy when you are busy at work or in between some other task and would prefer not being disturbed. To assign a unique ringtone to an individual contact, follow these steps: Tap the Phone app on your iPhone. Tap the Contacts Select the contact to whom you ...
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How to turn off cellular data on your iPhone

iPhone users can have various reasons for not wanting to use their cellular data. It could be that they just want to connect to available Wi-Fi networks and save their device’s battery. Or they want to sparingly use their cellular data and not go over the data limit of the plan. Whatever the reason, turning off the cellular data on your iPhone is very simple. Just follow these steps and you are all set! 1. Tap on the Settings app on your iPhone springboard. 2. Tap on Cellular. 3. Tap on the green slider for Cellular Data to move it ...
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Apple Unveils 3 New iPhones And A New Apple Watch

Calling all avid fans of Apple products! On September 12, at 10 am PDT (September 13, 2 am in Australia) made a big announcement at the Steve Jobs Theater, located on their campus at Cupertino. Apple said that there are three new iPhones and a new Apple Watch Series 4 to watch out for in 2018. The iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR will replace the iPhone 8 officially. To make room for the brand new iPhones, Apple already pulled out the remaining iPhone 8 stocks right after the announcement. In line with this, iPhones 6S, 6S Plus, ...
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How To Use iMessage

Brief Introduction The iMessage is an inbuilt instant messaging service available with all Apple devices. It enables Apple devices to easily communicate with each other via Wi-Fi and does not utilize the phone connection. Apple device owners can send text, images or any other media to other Apple device owners using iMessage. For an iPhone the iMessage service sits with the regular text messaging service. How to start using the iMessage service Tap on the Settings app on your iPhone. Then tap on Messages. Move the iMessage slider to the right to enable the service. Now each time you send ...
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Is the iPhone 6 A Good Choice in 2018?

Several years have passed since the iPhone 6 was released. Most of those who were the first customers are still using this phone without any problem. Most users are not willing to sell the phone—apparently because the selling price will not justify the excellent condition of the phone. Many are still as interested in the phone as they were when it was first released. Given the design, power and speed, the iPhone 6 is still a good choice in 2018. Some may not be very satisfied with the screen, but what makes it ideal is Retina Display. For outdoor use, ...
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Turning off cellular data on your iPhone

There might be times when you would want to turn off the cellular data on your iPhone. There could be various reasons for this, the main one being that you want to save your cellular data and only want to use your iPhone whenever Wi-Fi is available. There are two easy methods of accomplishing this – Method 1 Tap on Settings. Tap on the Cellular settings option. Move the Cellular Data slider to the left to disable it. Method 2 Swipe up from the bottom of your iPhone screen to open the Control Center. Tap on the green dot with ...
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How to turn the selfie flash on and off on your iPhone

A lot of iPhone owners nowadays love to take selfies. Whether it is during travel, important events, parties or everyday happenings, selfies are now a very commonly used way of clicking your own pictures. After the unveiling of the forward-facing camera by Apple, it has become even easier to pose for selfies. Just like you would want a regular picture to be captured with the best possible light and color settings, people want the same for their selfies. The iPhones older than the iPhone 6S do not allow for changing flash settings in the forward facing or selfie camera. Users ...
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How to use your iPhone as a Wi-fi hotspot

It's easy to share your iPhone's data with other nearby WiFi devices. Here's how to make a your iPhone a Wi-Fi hotspot. Have you ever wanted to share your iPhone's cellular connection with other nearby Wi-Fi devices? It is not hard to set up your iPhone as a portable Wi-Fi hotspot. This allows the iPhone to be used as a mobile broadband WiFi hotspot. Why should I create a Wi-Fi hotspot with my iPhone? Let's say you're travelling with your iPhone and MacBook or a Wi-Fi-only iPad and want to do some work. At this point you've got two options: ...
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