iPhone/iPod Sitemap - Page 6 2015-01-27

4th Generation iPod touch Hardware
The image above features the 4th-generation iPod touch from Apple. It shows a front view of the touch, and labels the hardware features that are explained below. Knowing what each one does will help you enjoy your iPod touch.

What To Do When You Can't Activate a Used iPhone
If your used iPhone asks for someone else's Apple ID when you set it up, you can't proceed without the password. Fix that problem here.

Problems with in-glass antenna - User Review: Monster iCarPlay 800 Wireless
A user reviews the iCarPlay 800: Problems with in-glass antenna

"Would not recommend this unit." - User Review: Monster iCarPlay 800 Wireless
A user reviews the Monster iCarPlay 800:

"This product does not work at all." - User Review: Monster iCarPlay 800 Wireless
A user reviews the iCarPlay 800:

"Awful useless overpriced" - User Review: Monster iCarPlay 800 Wireless
A user reviews the iCarPlay 800:

"This product is absolutely terrible" - User Review: Monster iCarPlay 800 Wireless
A user reviews the Monster iCarPlay Auto 800:

Best Deals Snagged with an iPhone Shopping App?
Shopping Apps for the iPhone can give you the inside scoop on big savings on hot products. If you've used an iPhone shopping app to score big savings, tell your story. Let us know what you were buying, what app you used, and how much you saved. Page 2.

Anatomy of the iPhone 5S Hardware
Curious about what all the ports and buttons on the iPhone 5S are for? This diagram explains them all.

Apple TV Models and Generation Comparison Chart
This chart compares all currently available Apple TV models - features and benefits, costs, and other differentiators - in an easy-to-read way.

The Top 7 Portable iPod Speakers
These portable iPod speakers will keep you listening to great-sounding music wherever you go. While these iPod speakers are mostly portable around the house, they sound great and almost all cost under $200.

Recent New Content: June 6, 2014
The substantially updated and brand new articles added to the iPod.About.com site between May 24, 2014 and June 6, 2014.

Resetting a Frozen iPod Shuffle
A step-by-step guide to resetting or restarting a frozen iPod shuffle.

"I feel pity to be an iPhone 5 user" - User Reviews: iPhone 5
A user reviews the iPhone 5:

"My iPhone 5 is horrible." - User Reviews: iPhone 5
A user reviews the iPhone 5:

"Garbage!!!" - User Reviews: iPhone 5
A user reviews the iPhone 5:

"I decided to switch to an iPhone and that was a big mistake" - User Reviews: iPhone 5
A user reviews the iPhone 5:

"Not worth the change or cost" - User Reviews: iPhone 5
A user reviews the iPhone 5:

"the camera is great quality" - User Reviews: iPhone 5
A user reviews the iPhone 5:

"The iPhone 5 is amazing!" - User Reviews: iPhone 5
A user reviews the iPhone 5:

"By far the worst one I've owned" - User Reviews: iPhone 5
A user reviews the iPhone 5:

"Android just impressed me beyond measure" - User Reviews: iPhone 5
A user reviews the iPhone 5:

"Is it worth the difference? Hardly!" - User Reviews: iPhone 5
A user reviews iPhone 5:

"All that money and I've found no help." - User Reviews: iPhone 5
A user reviews the iPhone 5:

A good phone, but some problems - User Reviews: iPhone 5
A user reviews the iPhone 5: A good phone, but some problems

"Never buy an Apple product." - User Reviews: iPhone 5
A user reviews the iPhone 5:

How to Set Up Apple Airport Express
Apple's Airport Express lets you share devices like speakers or printers with other computers, wirelessly. Here's how to set it up.

Set Up and Launch Apple Airport Express Utility
The second step in setting up the Airport Express is to install and/or launch the Airport Utility software.

Add Name and Password to Airport Express
Give the Airport Express and name and password so you can access it later.

Choose Airport Express Connection Type
Choose whether you're connecting the Airport Express to an existing network, connecting with Ethernet, replacing an old model.

Choose the Wireless Network the AirPort Will Join
Select the network that the new AirPort Express will join and let it restart.

You're Done Setting Up Apple Airport Express
When your Airport restarts, it will appear in the Airport Utility window and will be ready to use.

Some Tips for Using the iPod Car Adapter
Here are a few tips to reduce interference and get you the most out of your iPod wireless car adapter.

WWDC 2014: iOS 8, New Developer Features, & more
At WWDC 2014, Apple introduced iOS 8 and a number of other major initiatives. Learn all about them here.

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Using the iPhone Photos App
While the default state of the iPhone photos app is to have a single photo album--Camera Roll. But you can create addition photo albums on your computer or, in iOS 5, on your device.

Using the iPhone Address Book and Favorites in the Phone App
The iPhone address book stores all the contact details, including phone numbers, for the people you want to stay in touch with. Make it easier to stay in touch with the people you call most often using Favorites.

2012 Readers' Choice Awards Winner - Best iPhone/iPod Travel App: Boingo Wi-Finder
The 2012 Best Travel App award winner was Boingo Wi-Finder.

2012 Readers' Choice Awards Winner - Best iPhone/iPod Radio App: iHeartRadio
The top-ranked radio app in the Best Radio App category in the 2012 Readers' Choice Awards is iHeartRadio.

2012 Readers' Choice Awards Winner - Best iPhone/iPod Music App: MyTunes Pro
The sweetest sounding music app in the 2012 Readers' Choice Awards, according to the voters, was MyTunes Pro.

2012 Readers' Choice Awards Winner - Best iPhone/iPod Kids' App: Feed the Monster Game
Feed the Monster, the 2012 Readers' Choice Award winner for Best Kids' App, win in two categories.

2012 Readers' Choice Awards Winner - Best iPhone/iPod Game: Feed the Monster Game
Feed the Monster not only won the Best Game award, but also Best Kids' App.

2012 Readers' Choice Awards Winner - Best Educational iPhone/iPod App: LetterSchool
LetterSchool took the title as the best educational app in the 2012 Readers' Choice Awards.

2012 Readers' Choice Awards Winner - Best iPhone 4S Case: LifeProof
The Best iPhone 4S Case award was won by LifeProof in the 2012 Readers' Choice Awards.

2012 Readers' Choice Awards Winner - Best iPhone/iPod Speaker Dock: Audyssey Audio Dock
The Kicker iK501 won the Best iPhone/iPod Speaker Dock award in the 2012 Readers' Choice Awards.

2012 Readers' Choice Awards Winner - Best iPhone/iPod App: FileHound
FileHound, a remote file and program access app, took home the top honor in the 2012 Readers' Choice Awards.

2012 Readers' Choice Awards Winner - Best New iPhone/iPod App: PDF Connoisseur
PDF Connoisseur garnered the Best New App award in the 2012 iPhone/iPod Readers' Choice Awards at About.com.

2012 Readers' Choice Awards Winner - Best iPhone/iPod Recipe App: BigOven
BigOven won the best recipe app award in the 2012 Readers' Choice Awards, marking its second straight win.

2012 Readers' Choice Awards Winner - Best iPhone/iPad Running App: IMapMyRun
The Readers' Choice Award for best running app in 2012 went to iMapMyRun.

2012 Readers' Choice Awards Winner - Best iPhone/iPod Comics App: Disney Comics
Disney Comics, a store and reader combination, took the top spot in the Best Comics App award for 2012.

2012 Readers' Choice Awards Winner - Best iPhone/iPod Shopping App: ShopKick
The best shopping app award was taken by ShopKick, an app that not only helps users get good deals, but also helps them earn reward points.

2012 Readers' Choice Awards Winner - Best iPhone/iPod Ringtone App: AutoRingtone Pro
The Best Ringtone App winner is AutoRingtone Pro, an app that lets users create spoken ringtones with almost any content in them.

2012 Readers' Choice Awards Winner - Best iPhone/iPod Texting App: textPlus
Text Me! took the top spot as the Best Texting App in the 2012 Readers' Choice Awards voting.

2012 iPod/iPhone Readers' Choice Awards Winners
The 2012 About.com Readers' Choice Awards at the iPhone/iPod saw over 325 products enter the running for top picks in 15+ categories.

Where to Buy iPhone Insurance
When you consider that your iPhone is likely to be dropped now and then, and replacing it costs hundreds of dollars, iPhone insurance suddenly seems appealing. Apple doesn't offer it, but Verizon and a host of third-parties do. Learn more about your options here.

Hardware Features of the 1st Gen. iPad
Learn the names of the buttons and ports on the iPad and what they are used for.

Using iPhone Voice Control
Voice Control, Apple's technology for voice actions, can be tricky to use. Get tips on how to make it more accurate and reliable here.

Setting and Changing iPhone Wallpaper
Learn how to customize your iPhone's wallpaper--the image on your homescreen--and the lockscreen--the image that appears when unlocking your phone.

iPod Product Name Meaning and History
There are a lot of opinions as to whether the word iPod is an acronym and, if it is, what the letters stand for. Find out the answers here.

Introduction to Limited iTunes Sync
A lot of people, especially those with very large music libraries, only want to sync some of their music to their iPods and iPhones. Here are two techniques that let you do just that.

iPod nano: Everything You Need to Know
Everything you need to know about the 7th generation iPod nano, from its specs to its features to reviews and more.

How to Reboot 7th and 6th Generation iPod nano
Many things changed with the introduction of the 6th and 7th generation iPod nanos, including how you restart them. Learn how here.

The Basics of Using Safari, the iPhone Browser
Learn the basics of using Safari, including how to zoom in and out on web pages, opening multiple web pages, and how to open a link in a new page.

Using Sound Check with iTunes
The volume that songs play back at in the iTunes can be different. This can be annoying – especially if you’ve just turned the volume up to hear a quiet song and the next one half deafens you. Sound Check is a tool built into iTunes that plays all songs at roughly an equal volume.

Editing Photos in the iPhone Photos App
In iOS 5, you can perform some basic edits--like red eye removal, cropping, and image enhancement--to your photos right from the Photos app.

"I will never never buy anything that starts with an i." - User Reviews: iPhone 4S
A user reviews the iPhone 4S:

"My favorite feature would have to be........ EVERYTHING!" - User Reviews: iPhone 4S
A review of the iPhone 4S by an actual user:

"iPhone did not live up to my standards" - User Reviews: iPhone 4S
A user reviews the iPhone 4S:

"I am very disappointed" - User Reviews: iPhone 4S
A user reviews the iPhone 4S:

"The Apple iPhone 4S is the worst smartphone I have ever had." - User Reviews: iPhone 4S
A user reviews the iPhone 4S:

"Barely able to get through a busy 8 hour day." - User Reviews: iPhone 4S
A user reviews the iPhone 4S:

"I would never recommend an Apple product to anyone!" - User Reviews: iPhone 4S
A user reviews the iPhone 4S:

Very good, but some problems - User Reviews: iPhone 4S
A user reviews the iPhone 4S: Very good, but some problems

"I can honestly not think of one thing that I would change" - User Reviews: iPhone 4S
A user reviews the iPhone 4S:

"Possibly the worst phone I have ever had!" - User Reviews: iPhone 4S
A user reviews the iPhone 4S:

"I love it" - User Reviews: iPhone 4S
A user reviews the iPhone 4S:

"Why doesn't the iPhone have a trash or a recycle bin?" - User Reviews: iPhone 4S
A user reviews the iPhone 4S:

Far and away the worst phone I have ever used - User Reviews: iPhone 4S
A user reviews the iPhone 4S:

"I upgraded my 3Gs last week, and am not impressed with the 4Gs." - User Reviews: iPhone 4S
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"This is the best." - User Review: RunKeeper Pro iPhone App
A user reviews RunKeeper Pro for iPhone:

"I really love it!" - User Review: RunKeeper Pro iPhone App
A user reviews the RunKeeper app:

"It has begun to switch off as I start activity" - User Review: RunKeeper Pro iPhone App
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"It is not accurate" - User Review: RunKeeper Pro iPhone App
A user reviews the RunKeeper app:

"Enjoying it immensely" - User Review: RunKeeper Pro iPhone App
A user reviews RunKeeper:

"The distance it reports is way off" - User Review: RunKeeper Pro iPhone App
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Multiple iPods on One Computer Using Playlists
It’s not hard to imagine a home with more than one iPod – you may already live in one, or are thinking about it. But what if you all share just one computer? How do you handle multiple iPods on the same computer? The answer? Easily!

How Do I Connect My iPod To My PC?
As long as you've got an Internet connection, you've got everything you need to set up an iPod--and the process is pretty easy.

Restore iTunes From Backup on an External Hard Drive
If you had the good sense and foresight to backup your iTunes library on an external hard drive, life is good for you if you have a hard drive failure or need to transfer your iTunes library to a new computer. Restoring your iTunes library from backup will let you overcome a data loss or make moving the library much easier. Here's how to do it.

How to Contest iPhone Data Roaming Charges
If you're not careful, iPhone data roaming charges can add up to hundreds or thousands extra on your monthly bill. These instructions will help you contest the charges and, if you're persistent and lucky, maybe not have to pay them.

Using the iPod Nano FM Radio Tuner
The 5th-7th generation iPod nanos including FM radios. Learn how to use the cool features of the radio--including the ability record radio--here.

How to Turn Off an iPod nano
In earlier iPod nano models, it wasn't immediately clear how to turn the nano off. Thanks to some changes in the 6th and 7th generation models, though, it's now easy. Find out how.

iTunes Sync: How to Only Sync Certain Songs
Learn how to manage the music synced to your iPhone or iPod by unchecking songs in iTunes. Page 2.

How to Set Up iPhone Email Two Ways
There are two ways to add email accounts to the iPhone: on the phone itself or on your desktop computer. Read on for instructions on how to use both.

iPod Transfer Software Comparison Chart
There are a lot of programs that can transfer your iPhone, iPad, or iPod to a computers. This chart helps you compare them.

Evaluating and Ranking the Current iPod Models
This list, which is updated whenever new iPod models are released, ranks the currently available iPods to determine which is best. Use it to understand the difference between the models and aid in your purchase decisions

iPad Data Plans for AT&T and Verizon
Information on and comparisons of the 3G data plans available for the iPad from AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon.

iPhone 3G Specs, Feature & History
The iPhone 3G is Apple’s second iPhone model. It builds on the success of the first-generation iPhone and adds a number of new features to the device. One key addition is 3G wireless connectivity, an improved data standard that makes downloads nearly twice as fast as on the original iPhone.

iPad Features & Hardware Comparison Chart
What makes one iPad model different from another? How has the iPad line evolved over time? Find out with this chart.

How to Use iTunes DJ
iTunes DJ lets you shuffle your music or playlists, while also giving you a glimpse of what's coming next. Here's how to use it.

Using Up Next in iTunes
With the release of iTunes 11, Apple transformed the way users can shuffle through their music libraries. iTunes DJ was gone, replaced by Up Next. Here's how to use it.

Can You Get Siri for Android or BlackBerry?
Siri is one of the most impressive features of cutting-edge iPhones so, naturally, people with other kins of smartphones are asking: can you get Siri for Android or BlackBerry?

Add, Edit & Delete Bookmarks in Safari on iPhone
There's a lot more you can do with bookmarks in Safari than just create them. Read this article to find out how to edit and create a webclip.

How to Set Up the iPad
Setting up the iPad is pretty simple, but there are a lot of steps to get you from turning the device on to using it. Learn about them here.

Configure Wi-Fi and Location Services on iPad
Your next step in setting up your iPad is to join a Wi-Fi network and to configure Location Services.

Set Up New or From Backup, Then Enter Apple ID
Choose how to set up your iPad and sign in with your Apple ID.

Set Up iCloud and Find My iPad
Set up Internet services like iCloud and Find My iPad to continue setting up your iPad.

Set Up iMessage, FaceTime, and Add a Passcode
Add communication tools and security to your new iPad in this step.

Complete iPad Set Up
At this point, you're done with setting up your iPad and are ready to get started.

Check for an iTunes Update
A pop-up window will show the progress of checking for the iTunes update.

Choose to Update Now or Later to Update iTunes
If there's an iTunes update available, you'll see options and details about it.

Review the Available Updates
Decide whether to install the iTunes update now or later.

Agree to iTunes Licensing Terms
Before you complete the iTunes update, you'll need to agree to any new Licensing terms.

Download and Install the iTunes Update
Keep an eye on the window showing the progress of the installation of the iTunes update. When it's done, the new version of iTunes will be installed.

Beginning Your iTunes Update (For Macs and PCs)
Each time Apple releases an iTunes update, new features and bug fixes are added--and you'll want the latest and greatest. Here's how to get it.

iPhone 3G Upgrade - What to Do With Your Old iPhone
Once you've upgraded to an iPhone 3G, you may be wondering what to do with your first-generation iPhone. Turns out there are a lot of options.

How to Buy eBooks at the iPad iBookstore
Purchasing ebooks through the iBookstore is similar to buying other media via Apple's iTunes Store. One key difference is how you access the store.

Review Choices at the iBookstore
Once you enter the iBooks Store, the browsing and searching experience is very similar to using the iTunes Store.

Book Detail Page in the iBookstore
In the iBooks Store, when you tap a book title to get more details (synopsis, reviews, etc.) a window pops up and the background grays out a bit.

Enter iTunes Password to Buy from iBookstore
You buy at the iBooks Store using the same iTunes account and password as you do at the iTunes Store or App Store.

Read Your Newly Purchased eBook
Once you've entered your iTunes account password, the eBook will download to your iPad.

Changing Billing Address, Payment, and More in iTunes
If you've moved, gotten a new bank, or want to change your Apple ID, you'll need to update your account information in iTunes. Here's how.

What the iCloud Icon Means with iTunes Match
After enabling iTunes Match on your iPhone or iPod touch, you'll see the iCloud icon next to all your music. But what does that mean?

Using iTunes Match and iCloud on the iPhone and iPod touch
If you're already using iTunes Match, you can use an iCloud library. But there are some downsides to this approach that you might not like.

Downloading iTunes Match Songs to iPhone
There are two ways to download iTunes Match music to your iPhone: by listening to them or via the download button.

Make Your iPhone Flash a Light For Voicemails
Want your iPhone's camera flash to blink when you have an alert? Follow these steps to enable iPhone LED flash alerts.

"Can't wait to return this thing" - User Reviews: Apple 7th Generation iPod nano
A user reviews the 7th generation iPod nano:

"I am disgusted with Apple" - User Reviews: Apple 7th Generation iPod nano
A user reviews the 7th generation iPod nano:

"Apple is smart!" - User Reviews: Apple 7th Generation iPod nano
A user reviews the 7th gen. iPod nano:

"I absolutely love this iPod." - User Reviews: Apple 7th Generation iPod nano
A user reviews the 7th generation iPod nano:

"This iPod is light, thin, and has great sound" - User Reviews: Apple 7th Generation iPod nano
A user reviews the 7th generation iPod nano:

"I'm pretty disgusted with this product." - User Reviews: Apple 7th Generation iPod nano
A user reviews the 7th generation iPod nano:

"This thing sucks." - User Reviews: Apple 7th Generation iPod nano
A user reviews the 7th generation iPod nano:

Many detail complaints - User Reviews: Apple 7th Generation iPod nano
A user reviews the 7th generation iPod nano: Many detail complaints

"The 7th generation iPod nano is terrible" - User Reviews: Apple 7th Generation iPod nano
A user reviews the 7th generation iPod nano:

"Functionality is great and simple" - User Reviews: Apple 7th Generation iPod nano
A user reviews the 7th generation iPod nano:

Apple/Nike don't seem interested in fixing this problem - User Reviews: Apple 7th Generation iPod nano
A user reviews the 7th generation iPod nano: Apple/Nike don't seem interested in fixing this problem

"I hated it." - User Reviews: Apple 7th Generation iPod nano
A user reviews the 7th generation iPod nano:

"I love the 7th generation iPod" - User Reviews: Apple 7th Generation iPod nano
A user reviews the 7th generation iPod nano:

"I have no complaints about it." - User Reviews: Apple 7th Generation iPod nano
A user reviews the 7th generation iPod nano:

"I'm pleased with my gift" - User Reviews: Apple 7th Generation iPod nano
A user reviews the 7th generation iPod nano:

"PURE JUNK!" - User Reviews: Apple 7th Generation iPod nano
A user reviews the 7th generation iPod nano:

How to Reboot iPod touch
Using an iPod touch is usually a pretty smooth process. But from time to time, you’ll find that an app crashes and locks the iPod or that the touch freezes up completely.

Can You Get Apps for iPod nano?
The 6th gen. nano seems to run a version of the iOS, the same OS that those devices use. If that's the case, what about apps for the nano?

Configuring iPhone Email Settings
Once you've used the iPhone email program for a while, you'll likely find that there are many small details about it you'd like to change. Many of them can be changed using the app's settings.

How to Restore iPod touch
Instructions on how to restore an iPod touch to its factory settings or using a backup of its data.

How to Reset iPod nano
If your iPod nano is frozen or acting strangely, the first step you should take in fixing it is to reset (aka restart) it.

Using Playlists to Only Sync Certain Songs in iTunes
The other way to control what songs get synced to your iPhone or iPod is by creating playlists and only syncing those. Here's how to do that.

How to Format an iPod
You usually don’t have to worry about formatting your iPod - it happens automatically when you first set up your iPod. If you use your iPod with a Mac, it is Mac formatted. If you use it with Windows, it gets Windows formatting. But what if you used to have a PC and just bought a Mac, or vice versa, and want to use your iPod with it? Then you have to reformat your iPod. Here's how.

Set Up iCloud Keychain and Siri
A pair of useful, but not crucial, features are options in this iPad set up step.

How to Create On The Go Playlists
On The Go Playlists allow users to create custom playlists right on their iPods, rather than needing to create a playlist in iTunes and then sync that playlist to their music player.

How to Add Folders to iTunes
You don't have to add songs to iTunes one at a time. Instead, you can put them into folders and add the whole folder, all at once. Here's how to add folders to iTunes.

Add The Folder to iTunes
Step two in adding a folder of songs to iTunes - dragging the folder into the main iTunes window.

Select to Folder to Add to iTunes
A window will pop up asking you to select the folder you want to add. Find the folder you created on your desktop and choose it.

What Do I Do If My iPod Freezes Up?
It's not uncommon for iPods (and iPhones and iPads, too) to freeze up. When that happens, the question is

How to Setup iCloud & Use iCloud Backup
Keeping your data in sync across multiple computers and mobile devices can be very difficult. Or at least, it used to be. Thanks to Apple's free iCloud service, it's simple. Learn how to set up and use iCloud here.

Setup iCloud on Mac & Windows
To get the most out of iCloud, you need to set it up on a computer, not just iOS devices. Here's how to do that on both Mac and Windows.

Setup & Use iCloud on iOS
Setting up iCloud on an iOS device is easy, since it's built into the OS. Learn how to sign in and configure iCloud on the iOS here.

Using iCloud Backup
iCloud is great not just for syncing data across devices, but also for creating a web-based backup. Here's what you need to know about backing up to iCloud.

Using iCloud
Once you've got iCloud set up and configured, many different apps can use it. Here's a list of those apps and how they work with iCloud.

How to Use iTunes Sharing
One of the neat features of iTunes is that it allows you to share your music library with other iTunes users on your network and to listen to other shared libraries as well. This guide shows you how to enable iTunes sharing.

Turn on iTunes Sharing
Step two in turning on iTunes sharing: At the top of the preferences window, enable the sharing of your iTunes library.

Dealing with Firewalls and iTunes Sharing
Sometimes, when sharing iTunes libraries, firewalls can prevent or inhibit the sharing. Here's how to deal with firewalls in that instance.

Find and Use Shared iTunes Libraries
With iTunes Sharing enabled, you need to learn how to find shared libraries to enjoy.

Disney World Wait Times iPhone App Review
Disney World Wait Times is an easy-to-use iPhone app that makes it a breeze to check the latest wait times for all your favorite rides at the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Animal Kingdom, and Universal Studios. The GPS-enabled “Near Me” feature is great for prioritizing your visit, and the wait times are updated frequently based on the newest reported information.

VEVO iPhone App Review
VEVO is a popular music video website, and the corresponding free app promises to bring some of the experience to the iPhone. The app has over 25,000 music videos to choose from, but will sketchy performance put a damper on all the fun?

RedLaser iPhone Shopping App Review
RedLaser is one of the most popular iPhone shopping apps. Just check out iTunes, where the app has a 4.5-star rating from more than 850 reviewers. After testing RedLaser, I can see why it enjoys such high ratings -- it’s a simple barcode scanner app that works incredibly well.

All About the iPod touch Camera 2012
All the technical details about the iPod touch camera and how to use it.

iPod Touch GPS Options and Accessories
Does the iPod touch have true GPS and, if so, how do you use it?

"That is a disgrace." - User Reviews: Apple iPhone 4
A user reviews the iPhone 4:

Overall, not the best-working phone - User Reviews: Apple iPhone 4
A user reviews the iPhone 4: Overall, not the best-working phone

"Very sorry I bought it." - User Reviews: Apple iPhone 4
A user reviews the iPhone 4:

"WORST phone I've ever had" - User Reviews: Apple iPhone 4
A user reviews the iPhone 4:

"It's okay, not great" - User Reviews: Apple iPhone 4
A user review the iPhone 4S:

"Do I need to mention the bad reception?" - User Reviews: Apple iPhone 4
A user reviews the iPhone 4:

"I will never buy another Apple product again" - User Reviews: Apple iPhone 4
A user reviews the iPhone 4:

"You will be very lucky if it lasts more than one year!" - User Reviews: Apple iPhone 4
A user reviews the iPhone 4:

"I'm sorry for your stupidity or ignorance" - User Reviews: Apple iPhone 4
A user reviews the iPhone 4:

"The only difference is the Apple logo." - User Reviews: Apple iPhone 4
A user reviews the iPhone 4:

"Working way under its usual expectations" - User Reviews: Apple iPhone 4
A user reviews the iPhone 4:

"Overall the phone is junk" - User Reviews: Apple iPhone 4
A user reviews the Apple iPhone 4:

Problems with multiple phones - User Reviews: Apple iPhone 4
A user reviews the iPhone 4 and reports problems with multiple phones.

"I cannot depend on it." - User Reviews: Apple iPhone 4
A user reviews the iPhone 4:

"I love it" - User Reviews: Apple iPhone 4
A user reviews the iPhone 4:

"I really hate that kind of model" - User Reviews: Apple iPhone 4
A user reviews the iPhone 4:

"The battery life is very bad" - User Reviews: Apple iPhone 4
A user reviews the iPhone 4:

"iPhones are garbage." - User Reviews: Apple iPhone 4
A user reviews the iPhone 4:

"I will never buy another Apple product ever again" - User Reviews: Apple iPhone 4
A user reviews the iPhone 4:

"Probably the better choice" - User Reviews: Apple iPhone 4
A user reviews the iPhone 4:

"The worst phone ever." - User Reviews: Apple iPhone 4
A user reviews the iPhone 4:

"Probably the worst phone I have ever owned" - User Reviews: Apple iPhone 4
A user reviews the iPhone 4:

"I wouldn't recommend this product to anyone." - User Reviews: Apple iPhone 4
A user reviews the iPhone 4:

"It goes haywire" - User Reviews: Apple iPhone 4
A user reviews the iPhone 4:

"Get a cheaper smart phone" - User Reviews: Apple iPhone 4
A user reviews the iPhone 4:

"Don't buy Apple!!!" - User Reviews: Apple iPhone 4
A user reviews the iPhone 4S:

"I love my iPhone" - User Reviews: Apple iPhone 4
A user reviews the iPhone 4:

"IT'S VERY SLOW LOADING!" - User Reviews: Apple iPhone 4
A user reviews the iPhone 4:

"This phone is the absolute worst on the market!" - User Reviews: Apple iPhone 4
A user reviews the iPhone 4:

"I always hated it" - User Reviews: Apple iPhone 4
A user reviews the iPhone 4:

"The iPhone has changed my life forever." - User Reviews: Apple iPhone 4
A user reviews the iPhone 4:

"WORST make EVER!" - User Reviews: Apple iPhone 4
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How to Block Calls and Texts on iPhone
Only hear from the people you want to talk to by using the iPhone's feature for blocking calls, texts, and FaceTime.

How to Make Free iPhone Ringtones
Want to create unlimited free ringtones for your iPhone? This step-by-step process explains how you can use ringtone apps to make free ringtones from your existing music.

Choose and Edit a Song - How to Make Free iPhone Ringtones
Want to create unlimited free ringtones for your iPhone? This step-by-step process explains how you can use ringtone apps to make free ringtones from your existing music. Page 2.

Sync with iTunes - How to Make Free iPhone Ringtones
Want to create unlimited free ringtones for your iPhone? This step-by-step process explains how you can use ringtone apps to make free ringtones from your existing music. Page 3.

Find the Ringtone on Your iPhone - How to Make Free iPhone Ringtones
Want to create unlimited free ringtones for your iPhone? This step-by-step process explains how you can use ringtone apps to make free ringtones from your existing music. Page 4.

The History of iTunes Versions
Curious about the history of iTunes? Want to know where the program came from, who wrote it, and what each new version of the software added? Even better: do you really need a copy of iTunes 4.7? Well, you’ve come to the right place.

H2O Audio Waterproof iPod Case Review
If you’ve got a burning desire to take your entire music library with you underwater – whether that’s in the pool, the ocean, or just the bathtub – the H20 Audio waterproof iPod case for the iPod video is for you.

Fox News iPhone App Review
The Fox News app wasn’t around when we wrote our review of the best iPhone news apps a few months ago. Now that the news organization has finally released an app, we take a look to see how it stacks up against other heavyweights like AP Mobile, CNN or The New York Times.

Apple iPhone 4 Bumper Case Review
I can’t help but be a little angry about Apple’s iPhone 4 Bumper case. It’s great to have had an iPhone 4 case to buy at the same time as the phone, but the price seems very high for what is, essentially, a very small amount of material, and it feels a bit like Apple is taking advantage of third-party cases not having been available in the Apple Store at launch.

Versus Tour de France iPhone App Review
The official Versus Tour de France app may be pricey, but we’ve been loving the live Tour video. The app isn’t without its faults, however, so some may question whether the Versus app is worth the high price tag.

Environmental Working Group Sunscreen Guide App Review
Before you slather on that sunscreen, you may want to check out what ingredients you’re applying to your body. The Environmental Working Group (EWG) conducts an annual sunscreen review, highlighting products that contain questionable or potentially harmful ingredients. The Sunscreen Buyer’s Guide app is a fantastic resource for anyone who is concerned about chemicals in personal care products.

Weber's On the Grill iPhone App Review
Nothing says summer like firing up the grill in your backyard, so it is impossible to review the best summertime apps without including one or two for grilling. Weber’s On the Grill iPhone app has a bunch of nifty features, but is it worth the price?

Tyler Florence Fast iPhone Recipe App Review
If you are a fan of the celebrity chef Tyler Florence, chances are you might have heard that he has his own app, Tyler Florence Fast. The app contains more than 500 of Tyler Florence's recipes, in addition to several cool features like a cooking timer and an ‘Ask a Chef’ email service.

AllRecipes.com Dinner Spinner iPhone Recipe App Review
AllRecipes.com puts a fun spin on the traditional iPhone recipe app -- and I mean that literally. Instead of searching by keyword or category, the AllRecipes app uses a virtual spinner to help you find new recipes. It’s a neat idea that is well executed, but the app lacks some features you may want in a recipe app.

Removing iPhone Apps from iPhone
There are a ton of terrific programs available at the App Store, many of them for really great prices. As a result, you may find yourself buying a lot of them. But what happens when you realize that you just don’t want that program on your phone anymore or that you’ve mastered a game?

How to Use the Apple Maps App on iOS 6 and Higher
Want to learn how to use the built-in Maps app that comes with iOS 6 and higher? Find out how to get turn-by-turn directions, 3D maps, and more.

Getting Turn-By-Turn Navigation Using Apple Maps
Learn how to use the marquee features of Apple Maps, Turn-By-Turn Navigation, here. Page 2.

Using Apple Maps Options
Use the options in Apple Maps to get better information about how to best get where you're going. Page 3.

Best Ringtone App Finalists: Readers' Choice Awards 2013
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Best Running App Finalists: Readers' Choice Awards 2013
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Best Shopping App Finalists: Readers' Choice Awards 2013
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Best Texting App Finalists: Readers' Choice Awards 2013
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Best Travel App Finalists: Readers' Choice Awards 2013
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Best iPhone Speaker Dock Finalists: Readers' Choice Awards 2012


Best Overall App Finalists: Readers' Choice Awards 2013
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Best Educational App Finalists: Readers' Choice Awards 2013
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Best Game Finalists: Readers' Choice Awards 2013
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Best Music App Finalists: Readers' Choice Awards 2013
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Best Radio App Finalists: Readers' Choice Awards 2013
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Best Recipe App Finalists: Readers' Choice Awards 2013
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Best Radio App Finalists: Readers' Choice Awards 2012


Best Recipe App Finalists: Readers' Choice Awards 2012


Best Running App Finalists: Readers' Choice Awards 2012


Best Texting App Finalists: Readers' Choice Awards 2012


Best iPhone App: Readers' Choice Awards 2012


Best iPhone Accessory
Nominate the best iPhone Accessory you used in 2013 for a Readers' Choice Award.

Best iPhone Radio App
Nominate the best iPhone radio apps that helped you enjoy music, sports, or news in 2012 for a Readers' Choice Award.

Best iPhone Recipe Apps
Nominate the best iPhone recipe apps that enhanced your life in 2012.

Best iPhone Ringtone App
Nominate the best iPhone ringtone apps that you used in 2012 for a Readers' Choice Award.

Best iPhone Shopping Apps
Nominate the iPhone shopping apps that helped you snag the best deals in 2012.

Best iPhone Texting Apps
iMessage isn't the only app that lets you send texts on the iPhone. Nominate your favorite text messaging apps here.

Best iPhone Travel Apps
What was the best iPhone travel app you used in 2012? Nominate your favorite travel app here.

Best iPhone Business/Productivity Apps
Nominate the iPhone business/productivity apps that helped you get the most done in 2012.

Best iPhone News App
Nominate the best iPhone news apps that kept you most informed in 2012 for a Readers' Choice Award.

Best iPhone Web Browser App
Nominate the best iPhone web browser app that you used in 2011 for consideration in the About.com Reader's Choice Awards.

Best iPhone Comics App
Nominate the best iPhone comics app that you used in 2012 for consideration in the About.com Reader's Choice Awards.

Best Disney World/Land App
If you've got kids, you've probably been to Disney. And if you've got an iPhone, you probably used it there. Nominate your favorite iPhone Disney apps here.

Best iPhone App
Nominate the best iPhone app that you used in 2012 for consideration in the About.com Reader's Choice Awards.

Best iPhone Kids App
If you've got kids and an iPhone, you probably use a lot of apps. Nominate your favorite iPhone kids apps here.

Best iPhone Photo/Video App
Nominate the best iPhone photography and videos apps that you used in 2011 for a Readers' Choice Award.

Best iPhone Speaker Dock
Nominate the best iPhone Speaker Dock you used in 2011 for a Readers' Choice Award.

Best Educational iPhone App
If you've got kids and an iPhone, you probably use a lot of apps. Nominate your favorite educational iPhone apps--for kids or otherwise--here.

Best iPhone Case
Nominate the best iPhone case that debuted in 2012 for the Readers' Choice Awards.

Best iPhone Game
Nominate the best iPhone game that you played in 2012 for consideration in the About.com Reader's Choice Awards.

Best iPhone Music App
Nominate the best iPhone music app that you used in 2012 for a Readers' Choice Award.

Best New iPhone App
Nominate the best iPhone app that debuted in 2012 for consideration in the About.com Reader's Choice Awards.

Best iPhone Running App
Nominate the best iPhone running app that you used in 2012 for consideration in the About.com Reader's Choice Awards.

Scosche freqOUT iPhone Car Kit Review
Scosche's freqOUT iPhone car kit offers impressive sound, so why isn't it our top pick in the category?

Marvel Unlimited App for iPhone Review
The Marvel Unlimited app introduces the Spotify-style all-you-can-read model for reading comics on the iPhone. It's pretty great, but it's not perfect.

iPhone 5 Review
Some people were disappointed that the iPhone 5 didn't offer any truly revolutionary features. But they shouldn't have been. The iPhone 5 is a major upgrade and an amazingly good phone.

Fantastical iPhone Calendar App Review
Fantastical lets you replace your iPhone's built-in Calendar app with a more powerful alternative. But does it offer everything Calendar does?

Songza Streaming Music App Review
Songza offers a large collection of curated streaming playlists--for free--matched to your mood and the time of day. What it doesn't offer, though, is a streaming infrastructure robust enough to deal with inconsistent bandwidth.

Clear To Do List App Review
Perhaps more than any other to-do list app I've used, Clear is optimized for the iPhone. Plus, it's beautiful. But it's not going to be my to-do list of choice.

Todoist To Do App Review
Todoist is another entry into the increasingly crowded iPhone to-do list app space, but its advanced features and elegant interface make it a top contender.

Alfred Restaurant App Review
Alfred, an app that aims to find you new restaurants and bars near you based on what you already like, knows a lot of restaurants. But how well it knows you is a major factor in its usefulness.

Barnes & Noble Nook App for iPhone Review
Like the Kindle app, the Nook app for iPhone doesn't offer many perks, but it does provide a solid reading experience. It has one major flaw, though.

Seesmic Facebook and Twitter App Review
Seesmic may not have bragging rights at the official Twitter app for iOS, but its semi-outsider status gives it freedom--and features--that the official can't match.

Orchestra iPhone To Do App Review
Orchestra is a to-do app for the iPhone that excels at sharing tasks among groups and almost certainly will find passionate fans among creative organizations and businesses. But with its lack of some common features--like specific due dates for tasks--can it meet the average individual's needs?

Evernote for iPhone App Review
For heavy note-takers, Evernote may well be an indispensable app. With its simple notes and powerful, multi-device sync, it's a major productivity tool. But a few problems hold it back from being a 5-star app.

Mercury iPhone Web Browser App Review
Mercury, a web browser app for the iPhone, gives Safari a run for its money in some areas, most notably speed. But a few bug and a general feeling of lagginess hold it back.

Puffin iPhone Web Browser App Review
Puffin does indeed bring Flash video to the iPhone, but this video will remind you--too much--of web video from 5-7 years ago.

Flash Browser iPhone Web Browser App Review
You'd expect an app called Flash Browser to be able to play Flash files found on the web. Alas, you would be wrong.

Dolphin Browser for iPhone Review
Apple's Safari browser may have finally met its match with Dolphin, a browser that not only does everything that Safari does, but adds a lot more besides.

Ringtone DJ iPhone Ringtone App Review
Free is always a nice price for an app, but sometimes free also means you get an app with some problems. That's the case with Ringtone DJ--a decent app marred by a few frustrating problems.

Disney World Magic Guide iPhone Disney App Review
Disney World Magic Guide is a full-featured travel app that includes practically everything you’ll need for your next trip to Disney World. It may cost a bit more than other Disney apps, but Disney World Magic Guide brings a variety of features in a neat, easy-to-use package.

Ring.tones+ iPhone Ringtone App Review
Ring.tones+ is a new app that includes more than 100 ringtones for your iPhone. You’ll be impressed by the interface, but are the limited sounds enough to earn Ring.tones+ a spot on our list of the best iPhone ringtone apps?

Reprise iPhone Music Player App Review
Reprise is an iPhone app that supplements the functionality of the main Music app: it just focuses on shuffling songs. It does it well, but is that enough to justify a purchase?

AOL Radio iPhone App Review
There are plenty of good options for listening to music on your iPhone, as evidenced by our list of the best free music apps. The AOL Radio app doesn’t do much to set itself apart from the competition, but it doesn’t include any dealbreakers either.

Wolfgang's Vault iPhone App Review
Wolfgang's Vault, a free iPhone app that offers access to thousands of classic and modern concert recordings seems like the perfect app for live music fans. It should be, but quality problems and unclear fees hold it back.

gMusic Google Music App Review
Google Music may be a competitor to iTunes, but that doesn't mean that the two can;t co-exist on your iPhone. And, with the gMusic app, you can have both easily.

Melodies for Google Music Pro App Review
If you're looking for a good iPhone app to listen to your Google Music library, you've found it with Melodies.

Adidas miCoach iPhone Running App Review
Running apps, which use the iPhone’s GPS to track your runs, are popping up all over the iTunes app store. You’ll pay between $5 and $10 for the best running apps, which is why I was eager to test out the Adidas miCoach app. Is this free app a good budget alternative to RunMeter or RunKeeper Pro?

FX Photo Studio iPhone Photo App Review
FX Photo Studio is a powerful photo editing and manipulation program for the iOS. With nearly 200 built-in filters and nearly unlimited combinations of settings and tweaks, it offers users a comprehensive--and sometimes overwhelming--tool for editing their photos.

The Christmas List App Review
The Christmas List is an iPhone app that helps you keep track of what you've bought and spent for everyone on your holiday shopping list.

FingerFocus iPhone Photo App Review
FingerFocus takes the ability to make a photo with a blurred effect and depth of field away from high-end cameras and puts it in your pocket.

Apple Cards App Review
Apple's Cards app probably won't please graphic designers, but people looking to send customized, quality greeting cards to friends and family will find a lot to like.

Chomp App Store Search App Review
Searching the App Store can sometimes be a frustrating experience due to the limits on the App Store's search tool. But a new app, Chomp, makes searching the store more effective.

Display Block iPhone Wallpaper App Review
Everyone likes to customize the look of their iPhones, but no one likes to waste money. In that case, stay away from Display Block.

Call Screen Maker iPhone App Review
The most common way that people customize their iPhones usually involves changing the device's wallpaper. Call Screen Maker on the other hand, though, allows a new layer of customization: the call screen.

Grocery IQ iPhone Grocery App Review
Grocery IQ is a full-featured grocery app that covers all the bases. It is easy to use and a great alternative to shopping apps that cost money. That’s why it tops our list of the best iPhone grocery list apps.

Shopping List iPhone Grocery App Review
Shopping List by Hensoft doesn’t have as many features as some other grocery list apps, but it does have an excellent interface that is stylish and easy to use. So is it a top pick?

The Cat in the Hat App Review
Oceanhouse Media’s The Cat in the Hat app recreates the classic Dr. Seuss book for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. Simply put, iPhone users with kids should run -- don’t walk -- to iTunes to download this app. We cover more top picks on our article on the best iPhone apps for kids.

1,500 Ringtones Unlimited iPhone Ringtone App Review
1,500 Ringtones Unlimited is worth a look if you don’t want to bother with creating your own ringtones from your existing music library. The app has a good selection of funny sounds, alarm tones, and caller ID ringtones, but you won’t find any popular songs here.

WebOut iPhone Browser App Review
iPhone users have more and more options when it comes to their mobile browsing experience. You can always use the iPhone’s Safari browser, but it has some downsides. WebOut is one alternative browser that offers a feature Safari lacks -- it can stream audio and video to an Apple TV. So how does it work?

Textie Messaging iPhone SMS App Review
Textie Messaging is another option for texting from the iPod touch if you don’t like textPlus or TextFree Unlimited. Although it has some downsides compared to other texting apps, Textie Messaging does have a terrific interface that is a lot less cluttered than its competitors.

Brightkite Group Text iPhone SMS App Review
Brightkite’s Group Text app is one option for sending text messages if you don’t have a phone -- like on the iPod touch -- or if you easily exceed your text limits on the iPhone. Unlike other texting apps, Group Text doesn’t assign you a phone number, which puts it at a disadvantage against its competitors.

Awesome Note +ToDo iPhone App Review
Awesome Note +ToDo is one productivity app that will satisfy both your note-taking and to-do list needs. The app is packed with features, but how does it perform in the real world? The interface isn’t the easiest to use, but Awesome Note definitely exceeded my expectations once I learned my way around.

Groupon Mobile iPhone Shopping App Review
The Groupon app uses the power of group purchasing to help individuals obtain excellent deals on everything from cooking classes to laser hair removal. It’s only available in select cities, but the Groupon app is a fun and worthy app to add to your iPhone.

GoodGuide iPhone Shopping App Review
Most iPhone shopping apps are designed to help you find a good deal and save some money. That’s a worthy goal to be sure, but the GoodGuide app is unique -- it helps you identify products and companies that are “safe, healthy and sustainable.”

Consumer Reports Mobile Shopper App Review
Consumer Reports is one of the best sources for independent and unbiased testing on a variety of products. That’s why I was so excited to see that the nonprofit organization finally launched an iPhone app, the Consumer Reports Mobile Shopper. Unfortunately, the app isn't a total success

Runner iPhone Running App Review
iPhone running apps like Runner are one option for tracking your pace and distance while you work out. These apps can be a good option if you don’t want to spend hundreds of dollars on a GPS running watch, but they have their own limitations as well.

JBL On Stage 200iD iPod Speakers Review
If you’re looking for a small, high-quality iPod speaker dock that can you serve you well throughout the house, JBL may have just the thing for you in its On Stage 200iD speakers.

Harman Kardon Go + Play Speakers Review
The Harmon Kardon Go + Play portable speaker system blends a lot of great features — high-quality speakers, an iPod charger and dock, a terrific remote, simultaneously retro and futuristic styling — into a compelling package. Though the price tag for that package may strike some as a little high, the Go + Play is another great product from Harman Kardon.

JBL On Stage IIIp iPod Speaker Dock Review
JBL’s On Stage IIIp iPod speaker dock packs a lot into its small shape. But, due to unexceptional sound and a slightly high price, it’s not quite as distinguished as some of its features might lead one to expect.

Vuzix iWear AV920 Review
The 2.5-inch screen on the iPod video isn’t very large when compared to the flat-panel home theaters common in many houses these days. Is a small screen the price we pay for portable video? NO, says Vuzix, which makes personal video eyewear. Unfortunately, the Vuzix iWear AV920 has too many problems to be added to most people’s portable video kit.

2nd Generation iPod Shuffle Review
The iPod Shuffle is unlike any other iPod. It doesn’t have a screen, a clickwheel, or the ability to play anything other than music. And that’s OK. The iPod Shuffle is a different kind of iPod for a different kind of user.

4th Generation iPod nano Reviews
The 4th-generation iPod nano returns the nano to its roots – it’s once again a tall, narrow iPod. The 3rd-generation model was a radical departure for the nano line, with its squat size and square screen, but the 4th-generation model is tall, with a rectangular screen and some exciting new features.

3rd Generation iPod nano Review
When Apple releases new iPod models, sometimes all they change is how much storage the model offers. Other times, all they change is everything. With the third-generation iPod nano, Apple changed everything and it’s a welcome change.

Remote App Review
Remote is the first Apple-created program for the iPhone App Store, the iTunes-like store of third-party programs to expand the feature sets of devices running the iPhone 2.0 firmware. As a demonstration of what the App Store and iPhone 2.0 offer users, it’s great. As a program for everyday use, it’s also great.

Shure SE530 PTH Sound Isolating Earphone Review
The Shure SE530PHT Sound Isolating Earbuds crown the top-end of Shure’s product line of high-quality earbuds. It shows. The SE530s offer terrific sound quality, solid bass, a good fit, and noise isolation. They also offer a $549.99 price tag, but for true audiophiles, it will be more than worth it.

JBL Reference 610 Wireless iPod Headphones Review
It only makes sense that, in our increasingly wireless world, many iPod users will soon be using wireless iPod headphones. To that end, more and more wireless headphones are hitting the market, and JBL’s new Reference 610 Bluetooth wireless headphones, though I have a few quibbles with them, these are a great entry in this market.

AmazonMP3 Music Store Review
AmazonMP3 is Amazon.com’s music download store, an offering poised to become the chief rival, and a true competitor, to iTunes’ dominance in the digital download market.

T-Mobile iPhone FAQ
Now that T-Mobile is offering the iPhone, all the major carriers in the U.S. have Apple's flagship smartphone. But T-Mobile's approach to the iPhone is very different. Find out how, and whether it's for you, here.

iPhone Rate Plans for Regional Carriers
AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon aren't the only phone companies that sell the iPhone in the U.S. A growing list of small, regional carriers also offer it. Find out which ones, and the details of their rate plans, here.

Used iPhone & iPod Trade In Reviews: BuyMyTronics
Of all the iPod trade-in companies I’ve used, BuyMyTronics is the only one whose President called me directly to deal with a problem with my sale.

Is It Illegal to Unlock the iPhone?
Is it illegal to unlock the iPhone? The answer is complex--and it may surprise you.

iPhone Remote App Help
Connecting your iPhone or iPod touch to your computer or AppleTV using Remote is usually pretty easy. However, sometimes - even when you follow the proper connection steps - you can’t establish the connection. In that case, try these troubleshooting steps.

Describe Problem and Request iTunes Refund
Describe why you want a refund to Apple and submit your request. You'll get a decision from Apple in a few days.

Report a Problem Purchase from iTunes
Identify which particular purchase in your invoice is the one that you want a refund on.

Find the iTunes Purchase to Refund
In order to request a refund from iTunes, you need to log into your account and select the correct invoice.

How To Get a Refund From iTunes
Think you can't get a refund for the things you buy at iTunes just because they're digital? Think again. With these steps you may be able to.

"Paying monthly for this!?" - User Reviews: Hulu Plus App for iPhone
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"They have season 10 when no one else does" - User Reviews: Hulu Plus App for iPhone
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"Buggy" - User Reviews: Hulu Plus App for iPhone
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"I just can't believe this is how they operates their business" - User Review: Ensquared iPhone Insurance
A user reviews Ensquared iPhone insurance:

"Ensquared does not honor anything they claim" - User Review: Ensquared iPhone Insurance
A customer reviews Ensquared iPhone insurance:

"They will not honor their part of the contract" - User Review: Ensquared iPhone Insurance
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"Terrible customer service" - User Review: Ensquared iPhone Insurance
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"Would not recommend." - User Review: Ensquared iPhone Insurance
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"Worst service I ever have experienced." - User Review: Ensquared iPhone Insurance
A user reviews an iPhone insurance provider:

"It is a fraudulent company" - User Review: Ensquared iPhone Insurance
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"This is amazing." - User Review: CopyTrans
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"It’s a great piece of software." - User Review: CopyTrans
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"One of the best downloads I have ever used." - User Review: CopyTrans
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"I was over the hill frustrated by iTunes' lame ability to let me move the Playl - User Review: CopyTrans
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"Excellent product." - User Review: CopyTrans
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"This entire program is garbage" - User Review: CopyTrans
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"Most recommended" - User Review: CopyTrans
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Buying iPod Games at the iTunes Store
The iPod can now play video games. This guide shows you how to buy the games at the iTunes Store and add them to your iPod.