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If you log into portal.microsoftonline.com with your browser, you can also setup the account on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch. If this is the first email account on your iPhone, tap Mail. Otherwise, tap Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars > Add Account. Tap Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars > Add Account. Tap Microsoft Exchange. You don’t need to type anything in the Domain box. Type the information requested in the Email, Username, and Password boxes. You need to type your full email address in the Email and Username boxes (for example, [email protected]). Tap Next on the upper-right corner of the screen. Your mail program will try to find the settings it needs to set up your account. Go to step 8 if your mail program finds your settings. If your iPhone can’t find your settings, you’ll need to manually look up your Exchange ActiveSync Feature name for process that allows connectivity and synchronization between mobile devices and Exchange Servers. server name. If you’re connecting to your Office 365 email, use outlook.office365.com for your server name. If you are not using Office 365, see Find your ActiveSync server name later in this article. In the Server box, enter your server name, and then tap Next. Choose the type of information you want to synchronize between your account and your device, and then touch Save. By default, Mail, Contacts, and Calendar information are synchronized. If you’re prompted to create a passcode, tap Continue and type a numeric passcode. If you don’t … Continue reading
If you’ve used an iPad before you might be font on changing the switch on the side of the device from it’s default of “Mute” to the function of “Lock Rotation” which is pretty nifty: On the iPhone you won’t find the option in the usual place under the Settings -> General menu. Unfortunately the option doesn’t exist at all, as of iOS 6.0.1 The only way to lock and unlock rotation is by double tapping the home button so the list of applications comes up at the bottom, then sliding it to the “right” to expose an area at the left that has quick adjustment for sound and also the “Lock Rotation” option. In order to swap the switch you’ll need to JailBreak your phone and install something like Cydia that will allow you to change things like this. Why Does Apple Prevent You from changing this in the First Place? Most of the time the phone is going to be in portrait mode anyway – think about applications like mail and messaging With the volume buttons you can’t turn the sound all the way off (accidentally) so you need the extra switch to make it go to “mute”
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Q1 NPD number is out. Android surged to 61%. iOS dropped to 29%. Compare that with ComScore’s February number: Android 50.1%, iOS 30.2% Worldwide profit estimate by Asymco Apple: 73% Samsung 26% Everyone else: 1% In Cupertino “ecosystem”, 80% of iOS developers lose money OS Share of Smartphone Phones 2012 Q1 Profit Shares of 8 Mobile Phone Vendors Source