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Forum roundup: removing stripped screws from iPhone 4
Tuesday, December 11, 2012 @ 1:57pm

Yesterday one Mac Elite turned to the MacNN forums for some advice on how to remove stripped screws from the bottom of an iPhone 4. One Fresh-Faced Recruit recently moved their iTunes to an external hard drive, and was unable to sync their iPhone after, a solution has yet to be found.



A Fresh-Faced Recruit with a 13-inch MacBook from 2006 has been having problems with the frame rate when watching videos or playing games, click here to read more and join in. Forum members discuss a noticeable speed increase to the Apple Remote with the latest update to iTunes. Mac Enthusiast "Mr Heliums" started a discussion about ways to use the App OmniGraffle in the thread titled "Justifying OmniGraffle" started late last week.

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