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It’s not easy being an Apple user. As the company adds more features to its products, many users are lost in the shuffle. Fortunately, Appledystopia is one of many resources offering help to those who need it. In addition to tutorials and how-to articles, you can drop a comment on any page and get an answer within a few days. The following articles have provided much help to distressed users across the globe:
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- How to Calibrate iPhone Battery
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- Watch Free TV Shows and Movies on Apple TV
- How to Turn off iPhone and iPad Auto-Brightness
- Getting Started with Google Fi for the iPhone
- How to Make Your iPhone Last (Almost) Forever
- Use iWork on macOS, Windows, Linux and Chrome OS for Free
- Check How Much Storage Space Is Left on Apple TV
- Customize iPhone Without Jailbreaking
- Prevent AirPlay from Dropping Out
- How to Check If a Used iPhone Is Stolen
- Charging the Siri Remote
- How to Connect Apple TV to a Stereo
- How to Replace iPhone Battery
- How to Fix an iPhone That Won’t Turn On
- Make Your iPhone Speak
- How To Submit a Bug Report to Apple
- How to Use 4G LTE for Home Internet
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