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Your phone is fine. The Speck CandyShell cases offer excellent protection. In general, the iPhone often takes falls quite well with the particular exception of shattered screens if it falls onto concrete/rock. I dropped my previous iPhone 4S multiple times and it was still in great condition. One time it fell from about 3' onto concrete and survived with ...
Yes, The iPhone 5c and iPhone 6 both use Lightning cables to charge and/or sync.
iPhone 5, 5S, 5C, 6, and 6+ all have the same ports and wires. I'm a bit confused what you're talking about, all the wires that come with the devices just plug in.
There are only 2 types of connector for iPhones/Pads; the old-style 30-pin & the new-style Lightning connector. The change to Lightning, for phones, is at iPhone 5; prior to that they were 30-pin. The output of a phone/pad charger has only 2 variations, 1A for phones, 2A for pads. Any device needing 2A or less will work on a 2A charger, a 2A device on a ...
You can try to activate it via WiFi. Just insert the original sim card, Connect to WiFi, Then follow the steps to activate your device. If still not work - try to restore & update the device via iTunes.
Performing a "reset" (as per http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1430) appears to have resolved this issue for me!
I'm very happy with Play Tube Free from VietMobile. It's one of the best because it has: playback speed control swipe gestures to jump forward/backward video quality lock I always use all three to watch tutorials and such.
normaly it would be like this: Launch the Calendar app on your iPhone. By default, you'll normally see a month view. Tap on the list button in the top navigation to combine month view with a summary view underneath it. Any day you tap on will then show all the events for that day underneath it. Tap the month in the upper left to pan out to year view. ...
Photos in My Photo Stream are saved on the iCloud server for 30 days only. If many of the photos are over 30 days old then they will no longer be available through PhotoStream: http://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201317
It is part of the top mic, camera and proximity unit.
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