How to Properly Email Photos in iOS 7

10:30 AM, Oct. 19th, 2013 · · How-To

Sending Pics

There are different ways to email photos in iOS 7. At times, it's not obvious how to do so. Plus, selecting the correct image size is often critical. Sandro Cuccia shows you how to handle the task properly and efficiently.

Siri Can Be Your Very Own Pokémon Pokédex - Here’s How

6:54 PM, Oct. 18th, 2013 · · How-To

Pokemon on Siri

Hey Pokémon fans, it turns out you've been walking around with your very own Pokédex in your pocket, and it answers to the name Siri. Data collection masters Wolfram|Alpha have added 649 Pokémon cards to its databases, which means that you can use Siri to call up details about those cards just by asking.

How to Manage Your iOS Device Backups

10:30 AM, Oct. 12th, 2013 · · How-To

Cloud Storage

Is there a difference between iOS device data syncing via iCloud and iCloud backups? Or, are they the same? How does one manage all aspects of iOS backups to iCloud? Sandro Cuccia has the answers.

How to Manage Your Apple ID

10:30 AM, Oct. 5th, 2013 · · How-To

A typical Apple ID Logon prompt

Managing an Apple ID for any Mac OS X and iOS device user can be an exercise in frustration. A little understanding of how Apple ID works and how to manage one or more Apple ID accounts, goes a long way toward reducing the angst. Sandro Cuccia explains.

iOS 7: How to Decide Which Apps Get to Know Your Location

2:10 PM, Oct. 4th, 2013 · · How-To

How to decide which apps know your location

In iOS 6 and iOS 7, you can specify which apps are allowed to access your geographic location. However, how does one decide which apps receive that privilege?  Here's how to set the restriction as well as some example guidance on how to make a yes/no decision.

iOS 7: How to Search for Text on a Page in Safari

3:55 PM, Oct. 1st, 2013 · · How-To

iOS 7: search a page in Safari

For a long time, in Safari, on either a Mac or iOS device, we had a URL field and a search field. We were able to use the search field to search for text on a page being viewed.  Safari in iOS changes the methodology, and it's made even more confusing by Safari's Favorites Settings.   Here's how it works now.