Apple’s official MFi Certified logo is regularly seen on many third-party accessory packages. The MFi certified logo covers the full range of iDevices accessories. It is an abbreviation for “Made for iPod, iPhone, and iPad”. MFi unblocks business opportunity for third-party accessory manufactures and forces them to ensure their products meet Apple’s standards. And the MFi certified accessories are recommended to be used with your iDevice. Today we are going to discuss about MFi certified lightning cables.

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Recently, unauthorized third-party repair outlets are affected by a problem – the screen repair on iPhone 8/8 Plus/X disables the device’s ability to adjust brightness automatically. It’s not a problem only appear on the iPhone with aftermarket iPhone LCD screens but also with original and OEM screens.

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iPhone 6 Baseband IC

Baseband  is commonly known as BB, Baseband can be defined as a communication module. It contains a communication system. It is usually used to control iPhone’s communication procedures, telephone communications, WiFi wireless communications, as well as Bluetooth communications.

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In January, Apple took down a web tool that allowed anyone to check status of the theft-deterrent Activation Lock feature. While the link to the iCloud Activation Lock webpage is now dead and the associated support document detailing Activation Lock no longer references the tool, We have discovered that potential buyers in the market for a secondhand iOS device can still check Activation Lock status by IMEI through Apple’s Support website.

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How to Identify your iPad model [Tutorial]

Don’t know which iPad you’ve got? Find out easily with our guide to model numbers and other clues

Which iPad have I got? It was just called ‘iPad’ in the shop.

This might seem like an odd question, but Apple has almost always played down the ‘version number’ side of things with its iPad line of tablets; only the iPad 2, iPad mini 3 and 4 and the iPad Air 2 have widely advertised numbers – the others have tended to be called just iPad, or ‘iPad with Retina display’.

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