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A Downside to the Apple iPhone

by Alvin on December 6, 2009

One of the biggest features that people want when they purchase a cell phone is simplicity. Apple knows what customers want, and they take created the Apple iPhone with this in mind. This is one of the reasons this phone has become so popular.  It is easy to stay in touch with your iPhone. Playing […]


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Recently, the world’s first iPhone virus known as Ikee worm surfaces, which targets all jailbroken iPhones. How do I know my iPhone is affected? The behavior of this worm are changing the iPhone lock screen background with a photo of Rick Astley and it displays the message Ikee is never gonna give you up. Then, […]


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Battery Percentage Level Display on iPhone 2G and 3G

November 9, 2009

Last night, I was having my dinner with my friend, who is using iPhone 3G and asked, Why your iPhone 3GS can display the battery level in percentage on the status bar and my iPhone 3G can’t? Then, I told him that the battery percentage level display is available on iPhone 3GS only and it […]

Features Make iPhone 3GS Better

September 28, 2009
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If you haven’t got the iPhone and you’re planning to buy one, then you should get the iPhone 3GS as it’s the latest model of Apple iPhone with a lot of new features and improvements. Speed Improvement One of the obvious improvements is the speed performance of the iPhone 3GS. You’ll experience a fast launching […]

Display iPhone Battery Percentage

September 19, 2009
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The battery percentage display is only applicable for iPhone 3GS and it is not turned on by default. Navigate to Settings, General, Usage and set Battery Percentage to On and the indicator will immediately be displayed beside the battery bar. But, this does not help to optimize your iPhone battery life. You can check how […]

iPhone 3GS Video Recording

September 1, 2009

This short video was shot during the trip to Redang Island – The doorstep to Paradise with my wife. I used to bring my digital camera (Sony DSC-T300) with me whenever we have a short or long vacation. But, after I’ve got my iPhone 3GS for 1 month, I haven’t test the video recording its […]

Installing Cydia Applications – SBSettings

August 17, 2009
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Now you should already did the backup for your iPhone after installing OpenSSH, if you’ve not done so, you can check this guide to make a copy of your iPhone Contacts, SMS, Notes, calendar and more. The next Cydia application we’re going to install is SBSettings, which allow you to toggle on and off the […]

Optimizing your Apple iPhone Battery

July 22, 2009

We’ll look at what are the features can be temporarily switched off to optimize your iPhone battery life. Airplane Mode – If you are at a bad network carrier reception, switch off this feature as the iPhone will keep searching the network signal. Wi-Fi – You can switch off this feature if you are not […]

How to Restore or Update your Apple iPhone

July 10, 2009

There are few things that you need to do before you proceed to restore or update your iPhone, including backup your iPhone data, backup your Appstore saved games, updating your iTunes version, ensure the iPhone battery is fully charge and determine the firmware version that you wish to restore or update to your iPhone. Next, […]