How to extend iPhone battery life?

If you are an iPhone user, you probably enjoy the look and feel of your phone and relish the productivity and fun iPhone provides towards both your business and personal life. Nevertheless, there is a single insurmountable and rather common iPhone users’ complaint – limited battery life. Depending on the iPhone generation and how you […]

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How to import CSV contacts to Outlook?

The steps below demonstrate how to import contacts to Outlook on a PC via using a previously generated CSV file. If you are trying to transfer iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch contacts to Outlook, have a look at this article instead: How to transfer iPhone contacts to Outlook. In Outlook 2010, navigate to File > […]

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There is not enough iCloud storage available. How to back up iPhone?

You might have already encountered an annoying iCloud popup: “Not Enough Storage. This iPhone cannot be backed up because there is not enough iCloud storage available.” The free 5 GB of iCloud space that Apple offers is largely inadequate for storing iPhone and iPad backups. This article explains how to back up iPhone without subscribing […]

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What is the difference between CSV and vCard contact formats?

Both CSV and vCard formats are used as a common way of transferring contacts between programs and services. However, there are fundamental differences between CSV and vCard. When transferring contacts, it is important to understand in what ways these two common formats differ and when it is most appropriate to use one or the other. […]

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How to restore iPhone SMS from iTunes backup?

This is a quick guide demonstrating how to restore lost or deleted iPhone SMS and iMessage conversations from a backup previously made by iTunes. It’s always a good idea to keep a backup of your iPhone text messages up-to-date in addition to the backup created by iTunes. While iTunes only backs up SMS and iMessage, […]

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I cannot install iTunes on my Windows XP computer

If you get the message “iTunes requires that your computer is running Windows 7 or newer” when trying to install iTunes on your Windows XP machine, then this is the right article for you. Why do I have this iTunes problem on my Windows XP computer? The reason is that Apple has dropped the support […]

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How to securely manage your Synology NAS calendar

As explained on the Synology official website, CalDAV Server (Synology NAS in our case) is a calendar management application that allows you to easily sync and access your calendars. Calendar events on the Synology network attached storage (NAS) can be accessed from any CalDAV client, should it be a cellphone (iPhone, iPad, iPod touch) or […]

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