Hi this is Gary with MacMost.com. Today let’s answer the question of whether you should be using the Calendar app or the Reminders app to add something to your schedule. MacMost is brought to you thanks to a great group of more than 500 supporters. Go to MacMost.com/patreon. There you can read more about it,
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are you trying to figure out how to do that weird DFU restore thing because your boy Kel’s got you covered if your device is giving you trouble and nothing else seems to work a DFU restore is usually the last resort to get everything working again but before we get into things make sure
Tell me if this sounds familiar. You’re trying to update your iPhone or download a big app and it says you don’t have enough storage space. So you go to Settings and look at your storage and you see apps and photos and stuff, but also many gigabytes of OTHER. Other? What’s that? Why is
To use a wireless speaker Bluetooth with your iPhone or iPad, go to Settings>Bluetooth Turn on your speaker. So that the speaker is visible by the iPhone and can then be paired, Press the small “Bluetooth” symbol that you will find on your speaker, for example here. Beep beep The iPhone detects the speaker …
To transfer all of your data between your old iPhone and your new iPhone two solutions exist: the first solution is to go through iCloud as we saw in the previous video. The second solution, ideal if your internet connection is slow, is to go through iTunes whether you have a Mac or a PC.
You may have seen it in the video previous I changed the iPhone and I I’m told it was the perfect opportunity to talk about the data transfer. So that is to say transfer your data from your old iPhone to the new without needing a computer thanks to iCloud. The first thing to do
Hi this is Gary with MacMost.com. Today let me show you how to create a shortcut for your iPhone or iPad that will let you resize photos. MacMost is brought to you thanks to a great group of supporters. Go to MacMost.com/patreon. There you can read more about it, join us, and get exclusive content.