How To Work My Apple Device

Apple Help

According to Wikipedia, over 17.07 million iPhones alone have been sold, by the 4th quarter 2011, there’s bound to be a problem here and there.

After more and more of my friends and others getting an Apple iSomething and helping them out of the goodness of my heart, I’ve decided to add a section to my blog in the aid of helping these and others who may be experiencing similar problems.  The thinking behind this is that it will be documented, making it easier to follow the steps and it will also be there for ever and always and therefore I won’t have to repeat myself. Don’t see this as me complaining about helping! I’ve really got nothing against it, I actually enjoy helping people, it’s the part about saying the same thing over and over that gets a bit old, you know?

There are probably a few sites to go to for help, but I thought I would add my 5 cents worth and add to the help available. I’m going to do my best to help with issues on iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and iTunes. It’s not always an ID10T error. Sometimes you just need someone to show you where you went wrong or point out something you may have overlooked.

At the moment, though, I’m still trying to figure out what issues I’ll help with in my first “How to” article. This is just the beginning… Leave me some comments on things that you’re battling with, as small as it may be and I’ll do my best to sort them out for you 🙂

If you want some help with your Apple device, see my blog titled “How To Work My Apple Device” for more information, “How To” articles and general tips & tricks.

Always remember, give a jackass an education and you’ll have a smartass!

Signing out.

G™

    • Albert
    • November 29th, 2011

    Cool now I can just direct the guys to this site and they can read for themselves

    • Exactly true! I believe you may find the story behind this blog section rather interesting…. It’s in an article titled “An Apple A Day, Might Mean You Need Some Help!”

      Read it here: https://glynnryan.wordpress.com/2011/11/29/an-apple-a-day-might-mean-you-need-some-help/

  1. November 29th, 2011

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