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Tip of the Day: How to Enable Two-Step Verification for Your Apple ID

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Our Apple ID account contains sensitive personal and financial information. If someone were to guess your password and security question answers, they could possibly access and change your Apple ID information and make iTunes and App Store purchases as you. If you want to keep that information extra secure, consider enabling Two-Step Verification This will prevent anyone from using your Apple account even if they know your password. Here's how:



The State of Mobile Learning: An Infographic

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Do you think Steve Jobs had any idea of the influence iPads and iPhones would have on education? Read on for a snapshot of the impact iDevices are having on the way we learn.

For more in-depth coverage of the state of mobile education, pick up a copy of the September/October Education issue of iPhone Life magazine at your nearest Barnes and Noble, Walmart, or Best Buy, or purchase the digital edition on Zinio or Apple Newsstand.



Apple News: Mark your Calendar for the iPhone 6 Announcement

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It's almost official. Apple is expected to send out their "save the date" notices, and that date is September 9. The date is almost exactly a year after the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c were announced, on September 10, 2013. Last year, online orders began September 13 with availability on the 20.  In the case of the gold version of the iPhone 5s, availability was extremely limited. 



Tip of the Day: How to Send Messages with Subject Lines

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We're all used to sending emails with subject lines. It lets the receiver know what the email is about, which increases the odds they'll read it, and it makes it easier to keep track of multiple email exchanges on the same topic. It turns out you can also add subject lines to text messages and iMessages sent from your iPhone—which can be especially handy if you know you'll want to refer back to the conversation at a later time, since you can easily search for the message's subject. Here's how you can turn this feature on:



All you need is Love (For Your Apple Device)

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Apple recently released a commercial (they call it a "film") called "Stickers" that show how MacBook owners love their laptops. They demonstrate this by the stickers that adorn the back of the LCD screen on their MacBooks. You've probably seen them before, with the numerous creative ways the Apple logo is incorporated into the design.



Product Review: WaterField Designs Cycling Ride Pouch

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I'm an avid cyclist. My wife and I ride all over the place and participate in a lot of group riding adventures together. Between the two of us we have accumulated just about every carrying case and piece of bike gear you can imagine over the years (even sassy padded bum pants!) So I've tried carrying my phone with me every which way and I've got to say that after trying out the Cycling Ride Pouch by WaterField Designs and Eleven Vélo  ($69) I have found a pretty cool solution. 



Angels in the Sky Review: First Unreal Engine 4 Game

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This much anticipated game from the developers at AimToG is the first game powered by Unreal Engine 4 to hit the iTunes App Store. Unreal Engine has been an incredible resource for designers and developers wanting to create one-of-a-kind graphic and animation experiences in their action-oriented games, and the newest incarnation of the engine has been much-hyped. The first game powered by it is, therefore, going to open itself up to quite a bit of scrutiny. The big question on everyone’s mind is going to be “Can Angels in the Sky live up to the buzz?” So far the answer seems to be… sort of. 



ZAGG Rugged Folio - Sturdy Case Meets a Tough Keyboard!

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The Zagg Rugged Folio ($149.99 iPad Air/$139.99 iPad mini) is a practical yet superbly functional folio that protects your iPad with a hard shell and comes with a backlit keyboard. 



Tip of the Day: How to Access Email Drafts Quickly

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If you're like me, you have been going about accessing your email drafts all wrong. Usually, I go to the All Mail option in the native Mail app to find my drafts folder and edit emails from there. 



MacTech Conference Answers the Question, How can a Developer Keep Up with Apple?

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At the recent Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple released a ton of new tools, APIs, and, in a surprising twist, a brand new programming language called Swift. It can easily be overwhelming trying to be a developer, or system administrator for Apple Mac and iOS devices. You can try to use Google, StackOverflow, and books, but there's nothing like face-to-face instruction and interaction with experts and colleagues.



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