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In Contacts, tap to pull up a new contact card. Enter the person’s info and tap Done.
To edit a contact, pull up the card and tap Edit. Make your changes and tap Done to save.
To delete, scroll down, and tap Delete Contact.
Go to Settings, and tap Wallpapers & Brightness. Choose from Apple designed images or your own photos.
When you select the image you want, you can choose to use it for the Home screen, Lock screen or both.
In Photos, tap Shared, then tap Activity to see the latest updates to all your photo streams at a glance.
You can like photos, post comments, and even add new photos by tapping the name of the photo stream and then tapping .
Tap Calendars to see a list of all your different calendars and select the ones you’d like to view. Tap Done.
Tap a year, month, or day to see events. Tap Today to return to current events. Tap Inbox to see your latest invitations.
Tap the and enter text to search event titles, invitees, locations, and calendar notes.
You can browse your music by playlist, artist, or other category. For other browse options, tap More. Tap any song to play it.
To rearrange the tabs in the Music app, tap More, then tap Edit and drag a button onto the one you want to replace.
You can edit iTunes Radio stations that you created. From the iTunes Radio screen, tap Edit and select the station you’d like to edit. You can include or exclude other artists, songs, or genres, or delete a station.
You can also influence upcoming songs from the Now Playing screen. Tap then tap Play More Like This or Never Play This Song.
Tap New Station on the iTunes Radio screen. Tap to select a genre, or search for your favorite artist, song, or genre.
You can also create a station from the Now Playing screen in iTunes Radio by tapping and selecting New Station from Artist or New Station from Song.
If you’re listening to a song from your music library, just tap Create.
While viewing a list of messages, tap Edit. Select certain messages or tap Mark All, then:
Tap Mark to Flag, Mark as Read or Move to Junk
Tap Move to move selected messages into a mailbox
Tap Trash to move them to the trash
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In the mailbox list, tap Edit to create a new mailbox, or rename or delete one. You can choose from several existing smart mailboxes, such as Unread, that include messages from all your accounts.
Or tap New Mailbox and choose in which account you’d like to create it. Enter the name of the new mailbox and tap Done.
Note: Some built-in mailboxes can’t be changed.
Use iTunes on your computer to sync music, apps, photos, and more from your computer to iPhone, and vice versa.
Connect iPhone to your computer using the cable that came with it. Select iPhone in iTunes, and set options for what you'd like to sync in the different panes. You can also set iTunes to sync wirelessly over Wi-Fi.
More: iOS: Syncing your data with iTunes
Pepijn Bruienne is this weeks Master of Ceremonies, with Charles Edge along for the ride. Beside hot-button, buzz-worthy subjects like LA USD’s iPad deployment and BYO(Apple)D, they find time to talk football and the perils of public speaking.Show links:enterprisemac.bruienne.com krypted.com techjournal.318.com Charles’ MacSysAdmin slides, pdf docs.macsysadmin.se/2013/pdf/TechnicalWriting.pdf Pepijn’s PSUMacAdmins presentation on Youtube www.youtube.com/watch?v=dWyr0xSMXUAThanks to Joseph Chilcote and Nate Walck for being awesome. Sam Keeley, however, elevated himself even higher... | Read more »
Java for Mac OS X v10.6 Update 17 delivers improved security, reliability, and compatibility for Java SE 6. This update enables per-website control of the Java plug-in within Safari 5.1.9 or later, and supersedes all previous versions of Java for Mac OS X v10.6.| Read more »
If you’ve been following the #JNUC twitter hashtag you’ll know that the first morning of the 2013 JNUC has been a busy one! Chip Pearson, CEO and Managing Director of JAMF Software, started off the morning with a captivating keynote. This is my 3rd year attending the JNUC and in that time the attendance has gone from 300 to 1100 administrators here. The wealth of information in this building is astounding! The other really interesting statistic that Chip highlighted for us all is how many Macs and iPads have been sold exclusively into education and enterprise in the last few years – and with this how many new jobs for Mac (or iOS) Sys Admins have been created! There’s going to be a lot of new faces appearing in the coming years and JAMF certainly wants to strengthen the community and lower the learning curve for them.Big props out to Ben Toms, Don Montalvo and Mike Morales – they’re now proud owners of the highly coveted JAMF Hoodie for their contribution to the... | Read more »