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How To : Permanently Delete Text Messages on Your iPhone

Deleting text messages on your iPhone may seem like a pretty simple task, but it's those really simple tasks that usually end up causing headaches later on. Data can stick around, even if you asked it not to, so there's always a slight chance that embarrassing and incriminatin ...more

How To : Text message with an iPhone

Learn how to send an instant message on your iPhone. Tap the Messaging Icon with your finger. To compose a new message, tap the New Text icon in the upper-right hand corner. Enter a phone number or a name from your contact list into the "To:" field. Type in text message using ...more

How To : Send and receive text messages on your iPhone

This video demonstrates how to send and receive text messages on your iPhone. From the people who brought you the Dummies instructional book series, brings you the same non-intimidating guides in video form. Watch this video tutorial to learn how to send and receive text messa ...more

How To : Recover deleted text messages on an iPhone

In this video one of the ultimate iPhone hackers, Jonathan A. Zdziarsk, demonstrates how to use a forensics toolkit to recover deleted text messages on an iPhone. But wait - there's more! Not only can you access text messages, but almost any other data on an iPhone as well. We ...more

How To : Send free text messages via your Apple iPhone

Watch this tutorial video to learn how to use the AIM application on the iPhone to send text messages that don't count against your plan's limit. This how-to video is good for new iPhone owners who want to send free text messages on their iPhone.

How To : Block unwanted text messages on your Apple iPhone

If you're among the throng of Apple iPhone users to refuse to pay $5 for a monthly SMS allowance, then each text message you receive, whether you like it or not, will run you $0.20. In this how-to, Gary Rosenzweig shows you how to prevent unwanted text messages by turning off ...more

iPhone Text Bomb Your Friends : The Ultimate SMS Prank

The very first text message was sent on December 3rd, 1992 by Neil Papworth, an engineer for Vodafone, and it simply said "Merry Christmas." He may have jumped the gun on the whole Christmas thing, but you trying coming up with the first text message in history! Today, there ...more

How To : Enable MMS iPhone 3G with T-Mobile

Check out this video to learn how to get MMS on iPhone 3G for T-Mobile on 3.0 firmware. This works on T-Mobile's Network only! Add these to MMS Settings in: Settings-General-Network-Cellular Data Network. Add this in MMS field: APN: wap.voicestream.com Username: leave blank ...more

How To : Put an SMS wallpaper on the iPhone

Most people find the default SMS background for the iPhone fairly dull, so why not spice things up? Thanks to Cydia and some clever hackers, there is now a way to modify the background of your text messages! Here is the source that needs to be added to Cydia: http://iphonesch ...more

How To : 21 Must-Know Tips & Tricks for Mac OS X Yosemite

By now, you've probably already installed 10.10 Yosemite, the newest version of Mac OS X, on your computer. While you most certainly noticed the visual changes, you might have missed some of the really cool additions. We've spent the last few days getting to know it, and let ...more

How To : Install QuickReply for SMS on iPhone

Have you ever been using your iPhone, gotten a text, and had to exit what you were doing to respond to it? Well, there's a solution to this problem! Check out this video to learn how to configure QuickReply for the iPhone. This is an SMS add-on that will allow you to reply to ...more

How To : Make Your Mac Look & Feel More Like Your iPhone

Is your Mac starting to feel messy and sluggish after using iOS 8 on your iPhone every day? Even with all of the iOS-friendly features built in to Mac OS X Yosemite, your Mac can still feel kind of "old" in comparison to an iOS device—but it doesn't have to. Using the tips and ...more

News : 12 Android Features We Want to See in iOS 12

I love my iPhone, but it would be a lie to say there aren't some Android features I wish would find their way to iOS. While iOS has plenty of its own advantages, Android has pulled ahead in many other areas. With iOS 12 coming later this year, we're hoping Apple takes a hint f ...more

News : 10 Ways iOS Beats Android

I've been an Android user almost as long as the operating system has existed, so when I received my first iPhone in April, I felt like I was in a foreign land. Sure, it runs most of the apps I'm used to, and the phone itself feels about the same in my hand as any similarly-siz ...more

How To : Enable MMS for your iphone

YouTube user diabeticHOWIE instructs you on how to enable MMS (Multimedia Messaging) for your iPhone 3G or 3GS. He claims that this may not work for the first generation iPhone. Using his step-by-step tutorial, you will be able to send multimedia messages to your friends and f ...more

How To : Shoot and share video on the Apple iPhone 3G

Right out of the box, iPhone is incredibly easy to use. If you want to get the most out of every feature, you’ve come to the right place. This video tutorial straight from Apple will teach you how to shoot and share video on the Apple iPhone 3G. The iPhone redefines what a mob ...more

News : The 8 Best FaceTime Features in iOS 12 for iPhone

From its introduction and all the way through iOS 11, FaceTime has been restricted to one-on-one calls. Apple will be changing that in a future iOS 12 update with Group FaceTime, which adds support for up to 32 people total in group audio and video calls. But that's not all we ...more

How To : The 6 Best New Notes Features in iOS 11 for iPhone

With iOS 11, Apple's very own Notes app will now come standard with a number of new features that aim to make it significantly more user-friendly and help it compete against more popular notepads like OneNote and Evernote. The Notes app in iOS 11 didn't receive a full redesig ...more

How To : The Easiest Way to Create GIFs on Your iPhone

A pen is mightier than the sword, but a picture is worth a thousand words. That's why I tend to use more emoji and GIFs than actual text in messages. They visualize my emotions like words could never do, and now more so than ever thanks to apps like iMoji, which lets you creat ...more

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