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Tech Support Forum For iPhone Users

If you have an older iPhone whose contract is over or because you bought a newer version, you can continue using it as an iPod touch. A support article in Apple lists out instructions to convert your iPhone that can be used as an iPod touch with Wi-fi support facility. Once you go for a newer model for your iPhone or cancel your tariff/wireless service account for your iPhone, now it is still possible for you to continue with your older iPhone use without an active cellular service. You can do this by using it with your Wi-Fi.

For older versions of iPhone such as 1G/2G, what you need to have is original SIM card for technical support. This is important without which it would be of no use. However, 3G iPhone and 3GS iPhone can use any SIM card to activate the phone that is to be used for your iPod Touch. So do not throw away or sell that old iPhone. Instead, why not create a nice surprise gift for someone who has been waiting to get an iPod Touch.

It may be that you have now brand new 32GB iPod touch. You have been playing with its trendy features, installing applications, and listening to your favorite music. There are so many interesting things that you will love to do by discovering it for the first time in your brand new 32GB iPod touch. You can expect a lot of tips and tricks in your favorite online tech support forum.

For instance, you were looking for an application that will allow you to take screen shots on your iPhone/iPod touch. However, you did not find anyone. Taking screenshots in your iPhone is now easily possible. You can take a screenshot on your brand new 32 GB iPod touch for your iPhone by pressing power button on the top and the home button together. Once you do that, your phone will flicker for a second and you will hear a sound. With a touch of a button together, surprisingly, you have completed the process of taking your screenshot. Your photo will be saved in your new album named as “Saved Photos”.

Your iPhone/iPod Touch can be affected by malicious software worms. A recent report in a popular tech support forum suggested that a worm has affected jailbroken iPhone users. This malicious software specifically affects devices that are installed with OpenSSH on your iPhone.

In order to avoid such malicious worm, you first go to Cydia and install Terminal. Next, open the terminal app. You will now be shown the command line terminal. Type “su” in it and press enter. Once completed, you will see the default OpenSSH password to login as root. Enter the password into the terminal window. Now, enter your new password and click enter. Once you reconfirm your password, you are now safe from being affected by the rogue worm on your jailbroken iPhone device.

However, information technology experts at your computer forum do not endorse users jailbreaking their iPhones. The above fix to avoid worm that affects your iPod or iPhone is just for informational purpose.

Today, iPhone is part and parcel of your high-quality lifestyle. There is lot more you can do with recent iPhone/iPod Touch. There are many interesting models on the offerings such as one with that comes with pillows and comforters.

Lisa Collins is an author, systems analyst, and computer application developer. Visit her at her tech support forum and see how she can assist you in your technical support for latest computer technology applications.

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Tech Summary – 12 Essential iPhone & iPad Apps For Real Estate

Apple naysayers – your end is nigh! While it was hard to ignore how iPhone revolutionized the smartphone, with the incredible success of the iPad (2 million sold in 2 months), only the staunchest of apple opponents aren’t begrudgingly jumping on the iBandwagon.

However, what do you do if you’re just getting around to using an iProduct? Here’s a listing of the our pick for the 12 best iPhone and iPad Apps for Real Estate. Not all of them are real estate apps, but all of them are great tools for your business.

Real Estate NearBuy:

Developed by 4 university of Missouri students, this app won the team an iPhone app creation contest in 2009. Proudly the number 2 real estate app, you can search by area, bookmark listings and see where the results fall in price without having to open the listing with Nearbuy’s coloured coded listing pins. Available for iPhone. Price: Free


Trulia’s iPhone app takes the Trulia website and makes it portable. Search by area, bring up detailed listings and see the properties history – has it gone up or down in price? A Realtor standby, but the catch it that it doesn’t work in Canada. Still, if you can use it, Trulia is a great tool. Available for iPhone. Price: Free


The reigning champion of realty apps, the Zillow app provides location search, Zestimate price information, changes in price, sale and tax info, all with a clean, super simple to use interface. It’s easy to see why Zillow is number one! Better yet, it looks great on the iPad. Available for both iPad and iPhone. Price: Free


Need to find a restaurant in an unfamiliar neighborhood? Just want to try someplace new? Running out of gas? Don’t look further than Yelp – you can search by business, or area. The best feature though? Read the online reviews from Yelp users to take the guess work out of finding a new place to eat lunch. Available for iPhone. Price: Free

Around Me:

Not a local, but need to show clients there are plenty of amenities in a new neighbourhood? Around me is what you need. Similar to yelp, but with a more basic interface, Around me grabs your location and allows you to choose from preset categories like banks, coffee shops, movie theatres and even hospitals. View the route from where you are, add the information to your contact list or even email the information to a friend. Warning though – if the information you want is not in Google maps, it won’t be on Around Me. Still, handy if you’re in a big city. Available for iPhone. Price: Free

powerOne Financial Calculator:

There are many mortgage and finance calculators, but powerOne is the Cadillac of them all. Figure out investment income, mortgage payments, compound interest, or do some advanced algebraic equations. The well designed interface means that you’ll never sweat when trying to do complex math again. Available for both iPad and iPhone. Price: $ 5.99

General Productivity: Evernote:

This app has many fans in just about every industry there is. Evernote flawlessly takes notes, pictures or audio recordings with the app, and then syncs it up to your home computer later. Add tags for even easier file retrieval. Evernote comes up in a lot of “best app” lists for a reason. Available for both iPad and iPhone. Price: Free

Dragon Dictation:

Apps like this even make the biggest tech fiend swoon. An incredibly accurate dictation app that works like a charm (speak slowly and clearly for best results), and can send your notes to text, email or the clipboard. Never drive and text again (not that you would do that!) Available for both iPad and iPhone. Price: Free


Like Evernote, Goodreader has many brand evangelists – one of the best and most reliable readers for the iPad, Goodreader can view local files, download files from websites, FTP servers, Google Docs, AND use wifi to move files from your home computer to your iPhone or iPad. Reads PDFs, word documents, PowerPoint presentations, txt files… almost anything you might want to read. Available for both iPad and iPhone. Price: $ 0.99 (on sale now!)

iWork Suite:

Apple ported Pages, Number and Keynote (aka, Word, Excel and PowerPoint) to the iPad and the results are astounding – maybe they don’t have all the functionality of the desktop versions, but they do anything you’d ever want to do on the go. If you use a laptop mainly for email and internet, the iWork suite makes a compelling argument to ditch the laptop for an iPad. Available for iPad. Price: $ 9.99 each.

Social Media: Facebook:

The official app is still the best one out there. Limited functionality (groups are not listed in the default launch screen, and you can’t read messages on for events), but if you’re a Facebook junkie, you have to download this app. Available for iPhone. Price: Free.


There are about a million Twitter apps for the iPhone, and each one has its pros and cons. Twitterific gets our nod because it has one of the most intuitive user interfaces, supports multiple twitter accounts, and is super easy to use. Available for both iPad and iPhone. Price: Free version for iPhone and iPad, & a $ 4.99 premium version for iPhone (without ads).

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Tech guide: how to get a local SIM overseas for your iPhone

Tech guide: how to get a local SIM overseas for your iPhone
Many phones sold on a contract and subsidised by the mobile networks are locked — and the network will charge you to unlock it. … If you want to check in to your voicemail from abroad, there's a phone number and PIN code combination you can call.
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2012 Top 10 Tech Trends: Part I

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Other than the passing of Steve Jobs, 2011 will be little remembered, tech-wise. Just like in the movie business, there were a lot of successful sequels (iPad 2, iPhone 4S, 4G networks, new Androids, Google Plus, etc.), but little really original or new (except for my “Top 10 Gadgets of the Year,” of course).

However, like the new born it is, 2012 holds much promise and potential for both breakthrough products and startling next-generation technologies.

I’m gonna make like Nostradamus (sans vague quatrains) and predict the top 10 trends and gizmos that will dazzle us in 2012, presented in two parts; Part I today and Part II tomorrow.

1. Mobile Digital TV.

You know the clean, crisp high-def digital TV signal you get on your HDTV? Well, your local broadcasters have been working to make that HDTV signal portable, to be viewed on on-the-go devices, even if you’re speeding down a highway or railway tracks at 50 MPH.

Mobile Digital TV (MDTV) will be available on a number of devices, many under the Dyle Mobile TV brand, including smart phones and tablets – initially via an antenna dongle, later with an antenna built into gizmos with screens.

Yes, MDTV has been pending for more than a year already (see “Whatever Happened to Portable TVs?”), but I’m told by those in the know this year will finally see MDTV gadgets breakthrough. Really.

2. TV as Video Phone

Yeah, I know, another really long-simmering promise – in fact, video phones have been a promised normality for nearly 50 years. The current video phone trend has already gotten off to a disorganized start. A growing number of connected HDTVs – and a couple of Panasonic Blu-ray players – enable you to connect a set-top webcam/mic array to your HDTV to create a giant HDTV video phone.

But who wants to buy a whole new connected HDTV just to get a video phone? For the rest of us, there are two set-top webcam/mic arrays equipped with built-in Wi-Fi to turn your un-connected HDTV into a video phone: Biscotti, and another I’ve been playing with for a week and for which I will provide a full report on Thursday (I’m sworn to NDA secrecy until then)

TV makers know they’ll have to actually build webcams/mic arrays and video chat software into their HDTVs, just like they are in today’s laptops and desktop PCs. They have to build webcams into their HDTVs because they know a certain fruit-named company is getting ready to invade their space (tune in tomorrow and see trend #10) with just such a webcam-equipped HDTV. And that’s what will really ignite the HDTV video phone trend.

3. Sony PlayStation Vita

With Android and iPhone establishingthemselves as popular portable gaming platforms, and the flop that was the Nintendo 3DS portable, Sony is gambling billions of dollars and yen with its Vita PlayStation portable (“Everything You Need to Know About Sony Vita”).

With Vita, which goes on sale February 22, lies the fate of specialized portable gaming; if Vita doesn’t make it (and sales have plummeted in Japan, where it is already available), the smart phone and iPad will reign unchallenged as the portable game players of choice.

And with Sony PlayStation mired in third place in the console gaming wars (and a new console competitor looming – see #5 below), a Vita failure could signal another trend – the decline of Sony.

4. Apple iPad 3

As if mocking Sony’s attempt at breaking Android’s and Apple’s stranglehold on the portable gaming world, rumor has it that two days after Vita goes on sale – on what would have been Steve Jobs’ birthday – Apple will unveil the iPad 3 (although rumors are circulating it could be announced as early as the end of January).

From what I hear, iPad 3 will be even thinner and run longer on a single battery charge than iPad 2, will operate ridiculously lickety-split on Apple’s new quad core A6 processor (iPad 2 runs on a dual core chip), include a 5 or even 8 MP camera, include Siri, and, most likely it’s biggest selling point, will sport a high-resolution Retina screen (1536 x 2048 pixels, 330 dots per inch vs. the current 1024 x 768 pixel, 132-dpi resolution on the iPad 2). Images ought to JUMP off a screen with such high resolution and dense dots.

There also are rumors of a 7.85-inch “mini” iPad on the way as well, a tablet size Steve Jobs continually poo-pooed but has been proven wrong about considering the success of the Amazon Kindle Fire.

Perhaps of highest interest to non-iPad owners could be Apple’s slashing of iPad 2s price, perhaps to as low as $ 250.

5. Nintendo Wii U

The one niggling complaint about the otherwise top-selling family-friendly Nintendo Wii is it’s not HD. Until now. At CES, I’ll get my first look at the HD (1080p/1080i/720p) Nintendo Wii U.

But HD isn’t the Wii U’s big news. Along with being compatible with all current Wii gesture remotes and wands, Wii U includes a new tablet controller, which incorporates a 6.2-inch touch screen to view additional game details away from the prying eyes of competitors (but apparently not able to double as a portable player).

Like all tablets, the Wii U controller also includes accelerometer and a gyroscope, so how you twist and turn it affects game play. It’s also got a rumble feedback feature so you can feel the game, an front-facing camera (presumably to put yourself into the game), a microphone and speakers.

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Unique Ways Steve Jobs Made Apple Most Admired Tech Company Worldwide

On October 5, 2011, former Apple CEO Steve Jobs died of pancreatic cancer at age 56. His death has been a big loss not only to his family and Apple, but also to American industry and millions of people around the world. Now, let take a look at some common ways he made Apple become the most admired tech company.


Team with the enemy

To earn Apple money quickly after 12-year financial loss, Steve Jobs turned to Bill Gates for a $ 150 million investment in Apple. “The era of competition between Apple and Microsoft is over as far as I’m concerned,” Jobs said. “This is about getting Apple healthy, this is about Apple being able to make incredibly great contributions to the industry and to prosper again.”

The partnership brought Apple huge benefits


Change business plan

Initially established as a computer-only company, Apple has nowadays expended its products ranging from Final Cut Pro, MP3 players, music, iPods, iPhones and iPads. The achievement came after Steve Jobs recognized that his company needed to broaden its approach if it hoped to be successful.

To symbolize the broader vision, Steve Jobs had changed his company’s name from Apple Computer, Inc. to Apple Inc. in 2007


Know what customers expects

Steve Jobs could tell customers what they exactly wanted instead of asking for feedback


Find out the power of connection

Steve Jobs believed that “creativity is just connecting things,” so his company often shows how the sum is greater than all of the parts. For example, iPads and iPhones collaborate with the app store, or iPods match beautifully with iTunes


Encourage people to think differently

One of Apple’s most notable and successful ad campaigns was the “Thank Different,” which encouraged innovation and reinvention


Simplify everything

Apple designer Jonathan Ives once confirmed the strategy, “We are absolutely consumed by trying to develop a solution that is very simple, because as physical beings we understand clarity”


Trust your courage

In the Stanford commencement speech, Steve Jobs said, “Have the courage to follow your heart and your intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become”


Create solutions everything impossible

The iPhone make has operated nearly 400 Apple stores worldwide after other retailers didn’t offer the company’s products adequate positioning


Steve Jobs’ 2005 Stanford Commencement Speech


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Steve Jobs’ Family, Barack Obama, Tim Cook and Bill Gates React to Apple Former CEO’s Death

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Steve Jobs: Apple CEO Through Years

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Hot Android Apps Part 7

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NEW Absinthe 2.0 untethered jailbreak for iPad 3 2 1, iPhone 4/4S, iPod Touch on Apple iOS 5.1.1

How-to Untethered Jailbreak iOS 5.1.1 which supports all Apple iPhones, iPod Touchs and almost all iPads (read below). This jailbreak supports firmware 5.1.1 ONLY and is once again one of the most easiest jailbreaks to use. According to the Dev Team its so easy your grandma could do it ;D) Download Absinthe 2.0 for Mac, Windows, and Linux here: greenpois0n.com Absinthe 2.0 supports the following devices: iPad1,1 — 2,1 — 2,2 — 2,3 — 3,1 — 3,2 — 3,3 iPhone2,1 — 3,1 — 3,3 — 4,1 iPod3,1 — 4,1 (Support for iPad2,4 will be added at a later date) How To Use Absinthe 2.0: 1. Make a backup of your device in iTunes by right clicking on your device name under the Devices menu and click Back Up. 2. Once your backup is complete return to your device and go to Settings — General — Reset — Erase all Content and Settings. This will make the jailbreak process much faster. 3. Open Absinthe and be sure you are still connected via USB cable to your computer. 4. Click Jailbreak and wait…. just be patient and do not disconnect your device. 5. Once jailbroken return to iTunes and restore your backup from earlier. Right click on your device name under the Devices menu in the left panel of iTunes and click Restore from Back Up… then select the latest backup you created before.

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