By . Iphone 11. At Tuesday, September 29th 2020, 20:26:06 PM.
The iPhone is not just a device it has become a tool and accessory that nearly every individual possesses. iPhone users have some of the greatest bags of gadgets and some of the most advanced technologies on their phones and personalizing their iPhone is just a part of the glory of being an iPhone user. It is a class in itself and one that many iPhone users definitely take personally and adapt their phones with what shows their individuality.
I received an email from a customer who purchased one of these download services asking me if I could help him. It seems that he subscribed to the service but was unable to download any software or music to his new iPhone. After a brief email exchange I asked him if he was actually trying to download from his iPhone or from an external PC. As you might guess he was trying to transfer files from his PC to his iPhone using the download service. I explained that he doesnt need to use a PC to get software on his iPhone instead he can simply browse to the download service with his iPhone and start downloading away.Once this was understood everything was working perfectly!
I was in the process of making a video presentation on my laptop when my microphone headset went out. This is a legacy headset that has a 1/8th microphone jack that simply plugs into the audio input on my laptop. I was frantic as I had this video to make and no sound input. I tried for an hour to fix the microphone by rewiring with no luck. Then after about 2 hours it hit me that I could use my blue-tooth headset as a audio input on my laptop thanks to its integrated blue-tooth capability. Now some of you might be going "well duH!" but for me since I havent used my blue-tooth devices for my laptop before and only for my cellphone this was something new. But its a good example of how ingrained the "wired" concept is in our heads. I wasnt thinking at the time how I could maybe go out and pick up the latest and greatest wireless microphone. Instead I was thinking about where I could go to get an old legacy microphone that was exactly like the one I had!