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I do not know a way to edit the location of photos on the iPhone but with El Capitan you can now edit them in the Desktop Photo App: select the one or more photos press cmdI or use Window -> Info check/enter and/or edit the location information under Location
That information is based on the GPS information in the EXIF metadata, and cannot be changed in the Photos app. If you export the photo to your Desktop, then open it in Preview, you should be able to cmdI and select the 'More Info' tab (the 'i' with a circle around it) and check the 'GPS' tab to see if the information is correct. If you want to change the ...
Does it recognize that it has connected to my car's phone system via bluetooth? This. Precisely this. It also works if you connect the device to your car system over USB (not just charging, but actually connected to receive phone calls), or start CarPlay if supported by your car.
To disable the reminder, open Reminders.app and check the "Call [person]" reminder. With location based reminders, they will go off every time you enter (or leave, depending on the setting) the area until you mark them as completed. Very much a side note, but in iOS 9 you can now keep tabs on what apps are draining your battery. So if you are concerned ...
I will try to answer in the following order 3 - Settings are remembered for the whole site. Not for the page. 2 - There is a settings under Preferences -> Privacy, for this. You can select either to be prompted once a day, only once or deny all the time. 1 - I don't think there is no way to do this directly. But I think you can work around it by ...
Actually, the basic functionality does not provide this feature. You can do this by Jaibreaking your device (getting write priviligies to system partition) and installing tweaks like : AutoProtect CleverPin
TIP: Also, to avoid huge data charges while abroad, you could just turn of Data Doaming in Settings -> Mobile Data. That way you can still send and receive texts and calls (which usually are way less expensive).
I think you have to move the physical time zone marker to your location, I had to do that to reset my times one from California to New York.
If you have a device with iOS 8.2 or earlier, Airplane Mode will also turn off GPS. Thus with iOS 8.3 and above the GPS stays on while in Airplane Mode. https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204234 GPS works independently of phone or WiFi signals and is "receive only", so keeping it enabled even in Airplane mode doesn't influence other electronical ...
Not specifically that I know of... but there are apps that can be aware of your location and load different profiles based on that location and/or run other actions. Have a look at MarcoPolo (http://www.symonds.id.au/marcopolo/) and Sidekick (http://oomphalot.com/sidekick/). MarcoPolo may not be up-to-date with the latest versions of OS X.. Sidekick looks ...
Mobile phones will revert to mobile/wi-fi networks first to locate you because they are nearest you, whereas GPS uses satellites.
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