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Try restarting it again by the soft reset method you tried before. You shouldn't really need to use this method unless your iPhone is actually stuck. It may be that an app has become a little hungry in
Hi Marlana, There are three types of operating system available to a consumer: Microsoft Windows Apple Mac OS Linux (different distributions) The iPhone runs on a cut-down version of the Mac
Hi Tony, I recommend you have a look at http://www.apple.com/iphone/apps-for-iphone/ It explains a little more about what the App Store is. Simply put, the App Store is an online marketplace where
First, try rebooting your iPhone by holding the home button and the power button until it starts switching on again. If it loads up, then fine. If it doesn't, plug it into your computer and try restoring