Its come to my attention that a lot of people are having issues syncing iPads, iPhones and iPods to iTunes. It would seem that even though the device is set up to sync with iTunes correctly, sometimes it just feels like being a jerk and not syncing. I’m a big fan of Apple products, but it’s no secret that syncing with iTunes can be a little buggy. In this article are a bunch of methods that have worked for other people, and hopefully will work for you.
So you’ve set up a password on your iPad, iPhone or iPod and you’ve forgotten the password. The thing about the passcode is that its pretty strong and can’t simply be unlocked. Hopefully you’ve made regular backups of your device in iCloud or iTunes.
Setting up a password on your iOS device is important if you keep a lot of personal information on your device. If you loose your iPhone, whoever picks it up has access to all that information. Also helps against your little brother picking up your device and changing your Facebook status.
Torrents are great for downloading and sharing files. Unfortunately they get a bad name because they’re usually used for downloading copyright movies, TV shows and other copyright files. It is not illegal to download and use torrents, however when used to download copyrighted material it is.
Copying the contents of your iOS device to your Mac should not be a difficult task, and yet it is. In this tutorial I’m going to show you a simple no-nonsense way to simply and easily copy your music, movies, TV shows, ringtones, books and more right from your iOS device.
There are many reasons why you may want to use a USB Flash drive to install Mac OS X Mountain Lion. If you need to install multiple copies on a few computers, or even prefer not to have to download a new copy every time you have to install the Mac OS. And from what I’ve experienced, installing from a USB Flash drive is faster than installing via downloading a new copy from the Mac App Store or even from DVD. Also USB Flash drives don’t scratch, DVDs do.
If you own an Apple TV, you’ve probably used that tiny remote that comes with it. I have lost that tiny remote more time than I care to admit, usually to some jacket pocket or crevice in the couch. Also, trying to use the remote to select letter by letter in the search box on Netflix can be quite frustrating. Enter Remote. Apple has made an app called “Remote”, that works on your iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.