Simple iOS Troubleshooting: A Guide to the Most Common Issues with the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch
by JL Master
iOS is a very straight forward, functional and very well polished operating system. It runs on Apple's mobile product lines, iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. iOS devices are arguably the most successful consumer mobile product line currently in existence in terms of functionality, stability, and sheer numbers of them on the market. The iPhone revolutionized the way people connected into our modern day extremely wired planet. It truly and significantly changed the way people accessed information, the iPhone started a whole new chapter in the information age. Whenever and wherever people happened to be, the infinite knowledge stored inside the vastness of the Internet was suddenly instantly accessible to them. The fullness of the internet always within an arm’s reach.
The creation of the App store brought forth an enormous amount of added functionality to the iPhone because it created a market and a method for creative minds to develop and sell applications that would essentially add more and more features to the iPhone. The iPhone defined the mobile phone market and the iPad truly defined the tablet market, in fact the iPad not only created the market, it set the standards so high it took a full year to see a half-credible competitor appear.
I have a lot of experience with these devices, I worked with them in a technical setting. I have been working with these products professionally for about three years and I possess an excellent skill set when it comes to troubleshooting iOS. Whether you are a new user (congratulations) or have been with these devices for a while you should know that nothing is perfect and you will have some issues come up from time to time.
I provide you with a complete list of the most common issues you will come across when using the iPhone, iPad or ipod Touch and I provide you with the most straight forward solutions to those issues. I also provide some tips to help you get the most out of your device. Note that iOS devices in terms of troubleshooting are about the same; any differences will be pointed out. If you like the guide, post a review and tell your friends and family! Thank you very much for your support and I hope you find this information helpful.
- JL Master, May 2011
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