The iPhone and iPads are all about sharing your precious moments with your loved ones one the go. The devices have been made extremely easy to enable collaborations. Users can easily share multiple photos at the same time using their iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. In this article we will explain how to send multiple photos from iPhone or iPad.
How To Send Multiple Photos From iPhone or iPad
In order to send multiple photos from iPhone or iPad, perform the following the steps:
- Go to the Photos app.
- Now tap on the arrow icon in the lower left corner.
- Select the photos that you want to send by tapping on them. The selected photos will have a red check appear on them.
- You can now tap on ‘Share’ or ‘Email’. The one thing to keep in mind is that the email option has a 5 photo limit.
- You can get around the 5 photo limit, by sending the photos via the ‘Message’ app. The Message app also allows you to send photos to a Mac having iMessage.
That was all that you have to do in order to send multiple photos from iPhone or iPad.
Some users from time to time have a need to view page source of certain websites. However, mobile Safari i.e. the default browser for iPhone and iPad does not include the feature to view page source. However, there is a bookmarklet that can enable you to view source of any webpage from an iPhone or iPad. The bookmarklet has been created by Michelsen.dk. In this article we will explain how to view page source on Safari in an iPhone or iPad.
How To View Page Source On Safari In An iPhone or iPad
In order to view page source on Safari in an iPhone or iPad, perform the following steps:
- Bookmark this page or any other page on Mobile Safari in iPhone or iPad and rename it to be ‘View Source’.
- Tap on the bookmark icon in Safari and tap ‘Edit’.
- Tap on the bookmark that you saved in the first step.
- Whenever you want to view the source of a web page, open the Bookmarks menu and tap on the ‘View Source’ bookmark. This will enable you to see the source code in highlighted syntax along with source urls that you can click on.
The only caveat in this entire process is that whenever you click on view source the page is sent to michelsen.dk server for processing. This will normally not be a problem, however, if you want to protect your privacy you can try out some other mechanisms.
Jailbreaking allows users a lot of power and flexibility to install apps that are not possible on the stock Apple devices. In this article we will explain how to jailbreak Apple TV 2G 5.0 using Seas0nPass. Before you begin, you should know that this is a tethered jailbreak.
How to Jailbreak Apple TV 2G 5.0 Using Seas0nPass
In order to jailbreak your Apple TV using Seas0nPass, perform the following steps:
- The first step would be to download the latest version of Seas0nPass.
- Extract Seas0nPass.
- Launch the executable by double clicking it.
- Press the ‘Create IPSW’ button on the main screen.
- This will make Seas0nPass download the latest firmware for Apple TV.
- After downloading the latest firmware, Seas0nPass will create a custom IPSW file.
- Seas0nPass will now ask you to connect your Apple TV with a PC via a micro-USB cable.
- Use the remote to put it into DFU mode. You can do this by holding MENU and PLAY/PAUSE for 7 seconds. Sometimes it takes several tries to put the Apple TV into DFU mode.
- Seas0nPass will upload some files once Apple TV has been successfully put into DFU mode. In addition to this, it will automatically launch iTunes and will start restoring the firmware.
- In order to boot your Apple TV, launch Seas0nPass again by double clicking on its icon.
- From the main menu, select Boot Tethered.
- Put Apple TV into DFU mode by connecting to a PC using USB and holding MENU and PLAY/PAUSE on the Apple TV remote for 7 seconds.
- Now Seas0nPass will detect Apple TV to be in DFU mode and will start the boot process.
- You can remove the USB cable once the tethered boot is complete.
Enjoy your jailbroken Apple TV.
Multitasking gestures are a quick and easy way to use multitouch shortcuts to navigate around the the iPad. The gestures allow you to quickly move through different apps and do alot of other things fairly quickly. In this article we will explain how to use multitasking gestures to navigate on the new iPad 3.
How to Use Multitasking Gestures To Navigate on The New iPad
You can quickly understand how to use the multitasking gestures by watching the video embedded below.
The complete list of the multitasking gestures is provided below:
- Swipe up with four fingers: Opens the Fast App Switcher
- Swipe down with four fingers: Closes the Fast App Switcher
- Swipe left with four fingers: Enables you to move from the current app to the previous app (according to the order presented in the Fast App Switcher).
- Swipe right with four fingers: Enables you to move from the current app to the next app (according to the order presented in the Fast App Switcher).
- Pinch with four fingers: Exits an app and takes you to the Home screen (like clicking the Home button)
So enjoy navigating your way through the new iPad and also have a look at the following video.
iOS has a pretty good app called TinyUmbrella to backup SHSH Blogs on the iOS devices. However, we now have a new app called iSHSHit that can allow you to backup your SHSH Blobs. The current version of iSHSHit which is 1.0.14 can backup iOS 5.1 firmware SHSH Blobs directly on your iPhone or iPad or iPod Touch. In this article we will explain how to Back iOS 5.1 SHSH Blobs using iSHSHit on iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch.
How to Backup iOS 5.1 SHSH Blobs using iSHSHit on iPhone or iPad
- You would need to have a jailbroken device to proceed. Once you have a jailbroken device, you can move ahead by following the steps listed below:
- Open Cydia on your jailbroken iDevice and search for iSHSHit. You will be able to find iSHSHit under the BigBoss repository.
- Install iSHSHit.
- Restart your spring board after installing iSHSHit.
- Now launch iSHSHit app by tapping on its icon which can be found on the homescreen.
- You would now see a screen showing a unique chip ID. In addition to this you would also see an option to change your model and an option to select the SHSH blob which you want to backup.
- Tap on ‘Manage SHSH’. This will provide you with the list of all earlier SHSH blogs which you have saved using the iSHSHit app.
- Tap the ‘Save’ button after you have selected the desired options in settings pane. Now the SHSH Blobs would be downloaded and saved to your device from Apple’s server.
- You can also permanently store the SHSH Blobs by emailing them to yourself.
- Finally you would have to Tap ‘OK’ to complete the entire process once you are done with saving and emailing iOS 5.1 SHSH Blob.
Finding text on a website in a desktop browser is pretty easy and straight forward. However, the same can not be said about iPhone or iPad. In this article we will explain how to ‘Find on Page’ on an iPhone or iPad with Safari.
How to ‘Find On Page’ on an iPhone or iPad with Safari
- If you want to search for a text or phrase on a page, type that text or phrase on the Search box in the upper right corner.
- Once you have typed in the text or phrase, swipe down to the bottom of the suggestion list that would appear and tap on ‘Find “search text”’ under ‘On This Page (x matches)’
- Once you have tapped, the searched text would be highlighted in yellow on the webpage, just like in Safari on Mac OS X or Windows.
After you have finished with finding the text, tap on the blue ‘Done’ button. This will remove the highlighting from the webpage.
Kindle Fire now has a new feature in the latest software update that allows users to share passages with people while using their Kindle Fire. So Kindle Fire users can now share passages from with e-Books or PDF files with other members of the Amazon community. In this article we will explain how to share PDF or eBook passages on Kindle Fire.
How to Share PDF or eBook Passages On Kindle Fire
In order to share passages PDF or eBook passages on Kindle Fire, perform the following steps:
- The first thing that you need to do is to select the passage to share. You can select the passage by long-pressing on that part of the text.
- This will highlight the text and would place brackets at the beginning and end of the highlighted text.
- Now drag the beginning and ending brackets to adjust your selection.
- Once you have selected exactly what you want to share, tap on the share button that is displayed just above the selected text.
- In addition to sharing the passage, you can also leave a note for yourself or keep the section highlighted so that you can reference it later.
- The sharing page will appear once you have tapped on the sharing button.
- From the sharing page, you can select on which social networks you would want to share the passage.
- Once you have tapped the orange button the passage would be shared with the Amazon community.
iOS on iPad has a very interesting feature called Picture Frame, which allows users to rotate photos from their photo gallery on their iPad display. By default the iPad Picture Frame app flips through all photos in the Photos camera roll album. However, you can create a custom folder containing the photos of your choice to be displayed in iPad picture frame. In this article we will explain how to display custom photos in iPad Picture Frame.
How to Display Custom Photos In iPad Picture Frame
In order to display custom photos in iPad picture frame, perform the following steps:
- Go to the Photos app and tap on Albums tab.
- Now tap ‘Edit’ and create a new album by tapping on the ‘New Album’ button. Name the new album something like ‘Picture frame’.
- Now move the photos that you want to show in iPad picture frame to the newly created folder.
- Go to Settings > Picture Frame.
- Now go to ‘Albums’, unselect ‘Camera Roll’ by tapping on it and select on the newly created ‘Picture frame’ album.
- Exit Settings go to the lock screen and tap on the flower icon to start the Picture Frame.
The Picture frame would now start with your custom photos.
iPhoto is the latest app that has been released by Apple. However, one issue with the app is that it requires iOS 5.1. The issue is that people who likes Jailbreaking can not upgrade to iOS 5.1 since there is no Jailbreak available for iOS 5.1. So in this article we will explain how to install iPhoto and iMovie on iOS 5.0.1.
How to install iPhoto and iMovie on iOS 5.0.1
The video embedded below explains how to use iFile to make App Store think that you are on a supported firmware and allow you to download and install iPhoto, iMovie or any other iOS 5.1 supported app.
- Launch iFile and go to /System/Library/CoreServices.
- Tap SystemVersion.plist and select Property List Viewer
- Now tap on the ProductVersion and change 5.0.1 to 5.1.
- Close iFile respring your iPhone or iPad.
- Now you can open the App Store and install iPhot, iMovie or any other app that is only supported on iOS 5.1.
- The last thing that you would have to do is launch iFile again and change ProductVersion back to iOS 5.0.1 and respring it.
That’s all you need to do in order to install iPhoto and iMovie on iOS 5.0.1.
Most people dont get any clue of unauthorized access of their Wi-Fi connection. Using someone else’s Wi-Fi connection is akin to stealing, where in this case the person is stealing your wireless bandwidth. In this article we will explain how to get notified of unauthorized access to your Wi-Fi.
How to Get Notified Of Unauthorized Access To Your Wi-Fi
We have a free and lightweight app named Wireless Network Watcher that basically pings you whenever a new connection is made to your Wi-Fi connection. In order to use Wireless Network Watcher, follow the steps listed below:
- Download Wireless Network Watcher. You can get it from this link.
- Now install the app.
- Make sure that you have set it to run automatically when your PC boots.
- Once its up, you should set it to alert you when someone connects to your Wi-Fi. In order to do so click on Options.
- Now select “Beep On New Device” and “Background Scan.”
- Now start the scan by pressing the “Start Scanning” button.
- All new connections will now trigger an alert.
That’s all there to make your Wi-Fi secure from intrusions. We also recommend you have a look at the video from CNET below.