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What to Do if Your iPhone, iPod or iPad is Lost or Stolen

Use Find My iPhone to find your device if this service is turned on. Change the password and report your device as missing if Find My iPhone service is off. What can you do with the service Find My iPhone enabled on your device? Use Find My iPhone to detect the location of your Apple… read more »

What Should You Do if iTunes Won’t Recognize Your iPhone?

Some Apple users were unable to establish a connection between their handheld devices and iTunes installed on their Mac or Windows PC. Whenever they connected their iPhone, iPad, or iPod to the computer using a USB cable, iTunes wouldn’t recognize their device. In some cases, an unknown error or “0xE” error alert would show up…. read more »

How to Recover Text Messages Deleted from iPhone?

Is there a way to retrieve the text messages you accidentally deleted from your iPhone? Users of Apple devices have three options to restore deleted texts from an iPhone: using iTunes or iCloud backup, or with the help of third-party applications. Restore text messages from iCloud backup Users can retrieve the deleted text messages in… read more »

How to Delete Messages from “Documents & Data” on iPhone?

The “Documents & Data” folder on iPhone stores all user data associated with frequently used applications. The folder generally contains application related data like chats, messages, downloaded files, images, and videos, etc. However, it also stores a lot of junk like temporary files and downloads, crash logs, cache, corrupted files, etc. Over time, a number… read more »

How do I backup my iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch?

Backup with iCloud or with iTunes Before you start the process, get to know how the two types of backup differ. Backup can be done either with iCloud or iTunes. Choose which method meets your needs better or do both. Backing up your Apple device with iCloud 1. First of all, you need to connect… read more »