more and more
our mobile devices, and some-
times the cost of cellular data can
get out of hand, especially if you
have a not-so-sizeable data limit.
To conserve your precious bytes
and manage your data, open
Settings>Cellular. Scroll down and
you’ll see a list of all the apps that
use your Cellular data to connect
to the Internet. Go through the list
and select the ones that you want
to limit to Wi-Fi connections only. For example, if you’d rather
download movies and songs only when you’re connected to
Wi-Fi, then turn off the iTunes app.
Movies (sort of)
of iCloud also
introduced a number of complica-
tions when erasing purchased
content. If you delete an app,
song, or movie from your iDevice,
the helpful wizards of iCloud will
happily save said app, song, or
movie to be re-downloaded at any
time in the future, so it’s never
really gone for good. If you want
to truly delete content, you have
to first do it through iTunes. Open
i Tunes, find the app or file you wish to delete, right-click on it,
and choose Delete. Next, delete the content on your iDevice.
The next time you sync your iDevice (via iCloud or manually
through a USB connection), the content will be gone for good.
aving an iDevice is like having superpowers right in the palm of your hand. But, novice superhero that you are, you
may not know the full extent of those powers. Let us help you awaken your dormant abilities with these useful tips
and tricks. You may not end up saving the world or defeating villains, but you’ll definitely save time by being more
productive, and maybe even defeat the evil empire of procrastination. Let’s get started.
BY ALEX CEQUEA