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  • How-Tos: How to watch Apple WWDC 2012

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  • How-Tos: Make your own Retina wallpaper for the iPad

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  • How-Tos: Bugs & Fixes: Problems pairing iPhones to Bluetooth audio systems

    If you have an iPhone, but your car's audio system doesn't have Bluetooth support, stop reading now and go update your system. The technology is that good. By pairing your iPhone with your car, you have the absolute best, most convenient way for hands-free talking on a phone while driving. There's no need for a headset of any kind. Nor is there any need to fumble with your iPhone when you want to make or answer a call. It can all be done from the dashboard controls or (in some cars) entirely by voice. As a bonus, the sound is typically louder and clearer than from a headset, allowing you to more easily overcome road noise.

  • How-Tos: Install Siri on an iPhone 4 or 3GS

    Want the Siri voice assistant, but can't justify the upgrade to an iPhone 4S? We've found a working solution with a working business search. UPDATED 30th March 2012

  • How-Tos: Install and configure iCloud Control Panel for Windows

    iCloud works seamlessly if you own a Mac, but it's a little more complicated for Windows users. Here's how to install and configure it so photos from your iPhone or iPad appear automatically on your PC, and your device is backed up and synched to Apple's servers.

  • How-Tos: How to replace an iPhone battery

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