DIY Multi-Pin Audio Cables
Several devices require a multi-pin connector on an audio cable, including headphones, microphones, music equipment and home entertainment systems. If you need to change connectors on your current equipment or if the cables or connectors have become damaged, it often makes sense to wire a cable yourself rather than to buy a new one. You don't need to be a master electrician to wire your own audio cables. The right tools, some planning beforehand and a bit of practice with a soldering gun are usually all that's required.
How to Download Songs From iPhone
The iPhone is a convenient device, which in addition to serving as a phone, camera, Web browser and navigation device also serves up music. You can download these songs directly from the iTunes Store and store them on your device and in iCloud. Although it's smart to back these purchases up via iTunes, downloaded songs are always available directly from iTunes to your iPhone at a moment's notice.
How to Dry Out Wet iPhones
You carry your iPhone everywhere. In addition to making calls, you use it for music, movies and any number of useful apps. With this constant use comes the risk of the iPhone ending up in a pool, toilet or puddle. Water is fatal to most electronics, but you may be able to salvage the device using proven techniques. A quick response is necessary if you hope to save the phone.