How to download and add music from CDs to iPhone and iPad

How rip cds to iPhone

If you have a stack of CDs sitting on your shelf, then chances are you aren't maximizing the enjoyment of your entire music collection. Digitizing your music allows you to bring your collection virtually anywhere and it doesn't require you pack extra suitcases filled with jewel cases. Follow along for tips on how to download and add music from CDs to iPhone, iPad and across all of your devices.Using iTunes To Rip Your CDs iTunes is free and available for both Mac and PC. If you own an iPhone, chances are that you’ve already downloaded and installed iTunes. You can download the latest version of iTunes from Apple.Settings for Import CD iTunes offers a number of options for how it will import your CD. Years back when hard drive … [Read more...]

How to setup iCloud on Mac, PC and iOS

How to setup iCloud on Mac, PC or iOS

Apple’s iCloud is at its core a seamless and easy to use remote storage and backup service available to Apple mobile devices using iOS 5, Mac computers running OS X Lion and PC computers running Windows Vista Service Pack 2 or Windows 7. All iCloud use on any platform requires iTunes version 10.5 or later which is a free download from Apple’s web site. Much more than a mere virtual hard drive, iCloud securely automates the backup process for users and keeps their media files, apps and personal data including calendar and contacts effortlessly synchronized while available on all their iCloud ready devices. With any combination of iPods, iPads, iPhones, Macs or PCs, iCloud users can access, interact with, enjoy, backup, restore and share … [Read more...]

How to transfer photos and videos from iPhone to computer (Mac or PC)

Transfer photos from iPhone to computer

There is the old saying that the best camera is the one that’s with you. This takes on new meaning with the iPhone 4S and it’s stellar optics. With iOS 5, Apple now allows you to setup your iPhone 4S without the need for a computer. This is great for those who are looking to get a quick start, without the hassle of having to tether their new phone either a Mac or PC in order to get it up and running. If you are using iOS 5, Apple’s new iCloud allows you to take advantage of Photostream, which will push photos to all of your iOS devices, but that’s limited to 1,000 photos. Despite setting up Find My iPhone, losing an iPhone could mean that you’d lose all of your precious photos and videos. It’s always a good idea to back them up and you can … [Read more...]

How to use find my iPhone

Use Find My iPhone

Although Apple’s cutting-edge new device tracking software Find My iPhone is now included by default with all iPhone 4s, iPads, and fourth generation iPod Touch devices, it can also be configured to run on older devices. Find My iPhone will run in the background on your iOS device and automatically track its whereabouts. If your device is lost, misplaced, or stolen, you simply have to log into your iCloud (formerly MobileMe) account and the location of your device will be displayed on a map. Here's how to use find my iPhone on a Mac, PC or using the app on an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. … [Read more...]

Getting Started with iPhone

connect-to-itunes

Did you just get an iPhone and are you wondering what to do with this marvelous piece of technology? Well, you've come to the right place! It's probably very different from any other cell phone you've used before but its user interface is quite intuitive out of the box, but it can take a little work to get it up and running with all of your media, email, and more. Let's get started!First, one important reference item for you to download and/or bookmark: the iPhone User Guide. Presumably in order to save space and a few trees, iPhones don't come with a manual in the box - you only get a brief guide called "Finger Tips" and small product guide that contains all of the legally-required warnings and certifications. But rest assured that … [Read more...]