How To Set Up And Configure All The New Features In iOS 5

iOS 5 is out and there are plenty of new features, some of which require a little bit of set up. We’ll walk you through the entire process so you’re up and running in just a few minutes. Click on the feature you want to set up for a video walkthrough and written instructions as well.

How to Set Up Wi-Fi Sync in iOS 5

One of the most exciting things that iOS 5 offers is the ability to sync without plugging your iDevice into your computer. This is all thanks to iTunes Wi-Fi Sync, but the set up process isn’t quite as straightforward as it should be. Here’s how to get up and running in just a few minutes. More »

How to Set Up iCloud in iOS 5

Apple’s had a few false starts with .Mac and MobileMe, but iCloud promises to be the push sync we’ve all wanted on our iPhones. Here’s a quick look at how to get it set up and configured so you can start syncing your data and backing up your device to the cloud. More »

How to Configure Notification Center in iOS 5

Notifications centre finally rids us of those annoying pop-up alerts Apple forced upon us, but not every type of notification on your iDevice defaults to the new, less-obtrusive method. Or maybe you like the old method for things like alarms. Here’s how you can set your notifications preferences to exactly the way you like them. More »

Everything You Need to Know About iOS 5 in Seven Minutes

If you want to learn about absolutely everything in iOS 5, we’ve got a quick little video and screenshot tour that runs down all the new features and how they work in a quickly digestible format. More »

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