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Tis’ the season

Tis’ the season

Holiday greetings from iDoctor! We wish you the happiest of holidays this season and wanted to give everyone a friendly reminder to make a habit of backing up their content to a computer regularly.With memories being made at holiday parties, family gatherings, and just festive events - many picture ...
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Apple Certified

Apple Certified

Many people ask if we are Apple certified. I tell them that if there were certification from Apple for our business that we would be. Nearly 40,000 repairs with a track record for excellence is the badge we wear at iDoctor. However, every once in a while we hear, "abc battery business is certified", ...
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Experience… Matters.

Experience… Matters.

After five years of repairing iPhones, smartphones, iPads, iPods, and other electronics; after hiring technicians and training them; after receiving feedback from thousands of customers - I have realized that experience matters.When you wake up in the middle of the night with a sick child or other e ...
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OsX tip – Signatures on PDF

OsX tip – Signatures on PDF

Looking for an easy way to insert your signature into that bloodletting contract sent from some lawyer? Free your mind and the rest will follow.Instead of writing this in my own words, here is a nifty link that was well written. Enjoy! ...
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Change your passwords!

Change your passwords!

Recently there have been a few articles about the Heartbleed bug that compromised programs that allow for our passwords to be stolen and accounts accessed (good way to avoid the topic of the 3am Facebook post last Saturday!). Here is a link to one of those articles, with a list of websites that are ...
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Restricting iDevice Access

Restricting iDevice Access

With technology becoming engrained in our daily lives we find that yesterday's problems are now solved... As any new fad takes society by storm a segment of society has to adapt - and goes crazy doing so. Yes, the parents. Parenting is tough. Many of the same challenges exist today that were around ...
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iOS Security Vulnerability/Patch

iOS Security Vulnerability/Patch

Categories iOS
Apple has recently announced a flaw and issued a fix for iOS. It is important you update your mobile device when updates are available as security upgrades are often included. This most recent flaw allowed hackers to access your device when connected to unsecured wifi (like any of us actually do thi ...
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iTunes Error 9

iTunes Error 9

iTunes error 9 is a problem for many people. It has resulted in the untimely upgrades of tens of thousands of iPads. Without warning the iPad is in recovery mode - sending the user scrambling for every 30-pin charger in a 10-mile radius. Dozens (if not hundreds) of DFU restore attempts, iTunes and c ...
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Improving speed

Improving speed

Here is a good article that can help boost performance with your aging iOS device.A couple of key points that I see slowing iphones and ipods down frequently is the content stored on them. Some users can't even take pictures because their iPhone is full. Delete (save on iPhoto maybe!) pics, old text ...
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Data Loss Prevention

Data Loss Prevention

Data Loss PreventionMany people all over the world use iPhones, iPods, and iPads to create and store massive amounts of data. Some of this data is stored on servers that automatically create a back up in the event of a local loss (your phone is bridging the generation gap on the titanic, etc.).E-mai ...
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