Getting more from your iPhone

iTunes: Frequently asked questions about viewing and syncing videos

You can play videos and even sync them to iPad, iPhone, and some iPod models. Here are answers to frequently asked questions about video playback in iTunes and on mobile devices.

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Wireless carrier support and features for iPhone in the Middle East

Choose your region to learn about the wireless carriers in your country.

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Change the language on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch

Learn how to change the language setting on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch if it's incorrect or if you've accidentally changed the language to one you don't understand.

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Use Live Listen with Made for iPhone hearing aids

With Live Listen, your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch becomes a remote microphone that sends sound to your Made for iPhone hearing aid. Live Listen can help you hear a conversation in a noisy room or hear someone speaking across the room.

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Wireless carrier support and features for iPhone in Asia-Pacific

Choose your region to learn about the wireless carriers in your country.

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If you don't see your connected device in iTunes for Mac

When you connect your iPhone, iPad, orĀ iPod to your Mac with OS X, you should see your device in iTunes. If you don't, try these steps.

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About LCD display pixel anomalies for Apple products released in 2010 and later

Learn about "pixel anomalies", why such anomalies occur, and what to do if you think your LCD panel has more than an acceptable number of pixel anomalies.

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About LCD display pixel anomalies for Apple products released before 2010

This document defines the term "pixel anomaly", explains why such anomalies occur, and describes what to do if you feel your LCD panel has more than an acceptable number of pixel anomalies.

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Use Made for iPhone hearing aids

Made for iPhone hearing aids help you hear clearer phone conversations, music, FaceTime calls, and more. When you pair a Made for iPhone hearing aid to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, audio from the device goes to the hearing aid.

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Use AirDrop to wirelessly share content

With AirDrop, you can share photos, videos, websites, locations, and more with people nearby with an Apple device.

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