Improvements to the iPhone 5C maps application

The iPhone 5C is quickly becoming the talk of the technology world thanks to its lower price and incredible features. A lot of people are turning to this phone as a way to get the benefits of using a smart phone without having to break the bank – plus it comes in all kinds of fun, bright colors like pink, yellow, and green. Bibob shows all of the features of this new iPhone in detail.

You can now more easily locate yourself in the Maps application with extreme accuracy thanks to GPS and GLONASS. You can navigate yourself almost anywhere with the free turn-by-turn satellite navigation system. A physical connections port called Lighting is found on the base of the phone and is used for charging and connecting to computers or other third-party peripherals. It provides you with a faster connection than the previous port, so you can transfer data much quicker. Apple also offers their own cloud storage called iCloud; this lets you store all of your vital information in their secure servers in case something happens to your iPhone that results in losing your information. You can back up everything, including contacts, calendars, photos, music, documents, mail, and notes. If you have had an iDevice= in the past, you can download your settings onto your new phone so you do not have to reenter a lot of information. You can also turn on the “Find my iPhone” feature on the cloud which lets you log into the website to see where your phone is on a map if you happen to misplace it. once you have found it, you can even have it play a sound so you can dig it out from wherever it may be. You can also report the phone as lost or erase everything on the phone.

When you start up your iPhone, you no longer need the iTunes desktop software. There is no physical connection necessary! If you want connect your phone to your computer physically, make sure you have the latest version of iTunes installed or it will not connect with your new phone. You may want to connect your phone to your computer if you have a lot of music, movies, and photos you want to transfer from your computer to your phone or vice versa. iTunes will pull it all from your computer and put it onto your iPhone 5C in a format that works.

Go over to www.bibob.dk right away to see their awesome deals on the iPhone 5C and other phones.

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