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How to use third-party apps for AVI playback on the iPhone

Although the iPhone does not natively support playback of movies saved in the AVI format, you can still watch these videos on your phone with the help of third-party apps. A wide range of free and paid video player apps provide the necessary infrastructure for playing AVI files so that…

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How iPhone 4S is different from the iPhone 4

The iPhone 4S looks the same in physical design to the iPhone 4 and uses much of the same software, but it boasts a handful of new hardware improvements that make it a formidable upgrade for the iPhone power user. Among the changes to the familiar, but faster, iPhone 4S…

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How To Share Multitouch Input Method for the Apple iPhone

If you’re used to a keyboard, it may take a few minutes of practice to get used to the multitouch gestures used for navigating through an iPhone or other Apple iOS device. Fortunately, most of the gestures are quite intuitive, like tapping and swiping. Even if you have been using…

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Viral Sharing of Apple iPhone to Router Connections

In most cases, connecting to a Wi-Fi router is just a matter of knowing the router’s name and the right passcode. If the router is set up to accept connections only from trusted devices, your iPhone will have to be added to that list by the router’s administrator before you…

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How to Sharing Viral News of iPhone 4S Tricks and Features

Apple’s iPhone 4S smartphone, announced on October 11, 2011, includes many features not found in its look-alike predecessor, the iPhone 4. Its computing, camera and cellular components received significant upgrades, and with the 4S, Apple introduced Siri, an intelligent agent program that works with natural spoken language. The iPhone 4…

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