New answers tagged iphone-5
Well i think you can do it Lens - http://www.witrigs.com/replacement-camera-lens-for-iphone-5 Video on howto do it - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Si0M3wak4Q0
I recommend iPhone / iPod Touch Backup Extractor (for Mac) and iPhone Backup Extractor (for Windows). Recover lost iPhone calendar events, contacts, photos, videos, SMS messages, notes, location data and app data from iTunes backup files.
You say the apps were downloaded under your friend's account, and they are paid. Paid = You pay for it -- not friend pays for it. There is a limitation in iOS preventing this from happening - you will need to know your friend's Apple ID and password to open the app - to prove it was you who bought them. But why? Without this limitation, there would be an ...
I can't with any degree of honesty tell you what's best for you, I can only share what I do and try to explain my reasoning. I am on my third iPhone (original, 4, and now 4S) and have used them uncased, in a bumper-style case(original) before settling on the OtterBox Defender, (original, and another for the 4/4s). I didn't do this because of fear of ...
Three things come to mind if you cannot update to the latest iOS or iTunes software: Look in the console logs for actionable sync errors. Try syncing from Xcode as opposed to iTunes. Restore the iOS device (declining to update the iOS level) and attempt a clean sync from iTunes. (or Xcode)
I have an iPhone 4S. Like you, I originally thought that I ought to get a protective case for my iPhone. I tried several cases, but none of them were satisfactory (too bulky, too cumbersome to open to get to the phone, too ugly). I now have no case for the phone, and I keep it in my trouser pocket all the time. Instead of getting a case for the phone, ...
I know 6 people right now who own iPhone5 and 3 of them have started to experience on/off button failure recently...so it seems to be a quite frequent issue.
I have had the following iPhone models: iPhone iPhone 3G iPhone 3GS iPhone 4 iPhone 4S All of this time I was using AT&T. None of the phones were jailbroken. My current model is iPhone 4S on AT&T. I noticed this recently during a call. I had never noticed it before, and I'm a heavy user. I'm not sure if it was something adding during an update ...
I would say from the cloudiness around the edges of your screen it looks like water damage and the fact that there are water droplets (or appear to be) on the phone in the pictures I would check the water sensors very closely (in the headphone jack and in the charge port) if they are even the slightest color of pink your probably not going to have much luck ...
Too scared to try as Verizon Wireless said it will fry your Iphone 5
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