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That has happen to me a bunch of times on safari on my iPhone 5s, but the funny thing is that the same videos play just fine if you browse the same page using Chrome iOS. I wonder if it is not just google blocking these videos on safari to force people to switch to Chrome iOS.
(This info is in response to a slightly different question on this forum) I don't know what the actual answer is, but I am having the same issue. The page https://developer.apple.com/library/safari/documentation/AudioVideo/Conceptual/Using_HTML5_Audio_Video/AudioandVideoTagBasics/AudioandVideoTagBasics.html has some good info. And the page ...
There is no Apple supported way to update an iOS devices OS except to the latest current OS release that runs on that device (or a beta OS, if it is strictly a test device and you are a registered developer). Apple no longer signs (which includes vouching for the security of) any earlier OS releases (except for old devices, such as an iPhone 3GS).
Generally speaking, no. Apple, last I heard, did not keep old downloads of previous firmware upgrades available for download. However if you wish to live dangerously other places do. I would imagine it's not strictly legal but there are a number of websites that keep them available for download, for example iosindex.com has a list of firmware downloads ...
Document & Data on iPhone is including browser history, cookies, logs, caches of photos and videos, database files and more stored by your apps. You can't delete them directly unless the app in Settings, General, Usage has an Edit option like Safari. The only way to delete them without deleting the app itself is to use tools which can access your ...
Jeffrey Grossman (@Jeffrey903) found that the bug came in with iOS 6, which means that iOS 5 and earlier builds are not affected: I have confirmed that the SSL vulnerability was introduced in iOS 6.0. It is not present in 5.1.1 and is in 6.0 (22 Feb 2014 at 5:11 PM) He tested for the bug on a variety of earlier devices and versions: Not sure about ...
Same manual test with gotofail.com iOS 4.1 = Safe iOS 5.1.1 = Safe iOS 6.1.3 = Vulnerable iOS 7.0.4 + (SSLPatch) = Safe :) According to SSLPatch you are vulnerable from iOS 6.0 to iOS 6.1.5 and from iOS 7.0 to iOS 7.0.5.
ZDNet says : iOS 5 and Mac OS X 10.8 never had the bug
You can visit gotofail.com from Safari in iOS 5 and check yourself.
Thanks for posting this. It was very frustrating that I couldn't get a couple of my smart playlists that I use the most to be at the top of my Playlists list. The only addition I made to your solution was to make it a double a superscript because if you have any other playlists that begin with the full size letter A then not all of the superscript lists go ...
I would have suggested Google Tasks Porter (a Google app which is designed to import/export Google tasks). However, Google Tasks Porter has long been dead. Tasket also seems dead. gTasks is not the native iOS Reminders app although it will sync to Google Tasks. Since tasks from Google calendar do not sync to the iPhone (via Google Sync), I'd conclude ...
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