Sean is having issues with his iPhone. It's demanding he activate it again. His carrier is AT&T. Leo's wondering if the SIM card has come loose, gone bad, or fallen out. Leo says to go to AT&T and ask them to replace the SIM.
Tom wants to be able to save text messages from an old iPhone. How can he do that? Leo says that if they were using an Apple system, it may already be saved through Apple's cloud services. He can also contact the phone carrier to see if they save copies of the messages.
Shane is frustrated because he can't change the font on Facebook in his phone. Leo says that's just how Facebook is. An app doesn't have to honor the accessibility settings of the phone, and Facebook has forgotten that a large segment of the population needs a larger font. But fortunately, the accessibility settings allow him to at least magnify the screen. Facebook also has an alternative app called Paper that may have better settings.
Terry has an iPhone 6 and wants to know if he should jailbreak his phone. Leo says that there's no real upside to jailbreaking an iPhone anymore. And there's always a security concern installing unauthorized apps that are available at other sites. There really isn't anything he can't without by jailbreaking.
Peter has an old iPhone with a ton of photos on it that he needs to backup. How can he move them off directly without using iTunes? Leo says there's plenty of ways to skin that cat. All he needs to do is connect via USB and his computer will create a popup of the Windows Image Viewer which will transfer the images directly to his computer. Leo also recommends Picasa for it. He doesn't need iTunes for it, but he will need iTunes for any other data on that phone.
Leo says the key to getting a "world phone" from Verizon is getting one that will allow a SIM chip. Also, he should make sure the phone he has is compatible with the radio frequencies of the places he's visiting. A newer iPhone would be more compatible than the iPhone 4S because the iPhone 6 is a world phone that runs LTE.
Spivy created a poker game for casinos and he wants to turn it into a smartphone app. Leo says that's a good idea if people like it. But if it's a betting app, with cash involved, Apple won't let him do that. But if it's just a fun game, then he'd just need to find a developer. There are a lot of places to go. eLance is a great place to find them and he can have people bid on the gig. Many are in Russia, India and Eastern Europe. It'll cost him less than he'd think.
Jessie's wife is complaining that her iPhone is running out of space. Leo says that's because of all the pictures and videos she has on that 16 GB phone. Jessie says that her previous iPhone was able to store more photos and videos than her new one. Leo says it's because the camera in the new iPhone has a larger sensor and saves larger files. There's also less space thanks to iOS 8.
Peter has more than one cellphone running in Verizon and wants to swap out SIMs to use one number. But he has to use a special SIM in order to get LTE in it. Leo says that may be due to the update that runs VOLTE. But when it takes the SIM out and moves it to the iPhone, he loses visual voicemail. Leo says that's likely a Verizon shortcoming, even though Leo doesn't think there's a technical reason.
Since banks have stopped supporting Windows Phone, and since Apple Pay is very popular, Ron is thinking about making a switch from Windows Phone to either the iPhone or an Android phone. Thoughts? Leo says that it is a blow to Microsoft that banks have dropped their support. It's too bad because the hardware is great, especially with its cameras and elegant operating system. The real problem is, that Microsoft came very late to the game and there was no way to play catchup.