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It may sound counter intuitive, but each "Magazine" in Newsstand is actually an App, and the Newsstand "App" is actually just a standard folder that's been messed about with a bit at the OS level to make it appear and function a bit differently. As such, with Guided Access being restricted to single app scenarios, you can't do what you wish, because when ...
My team uses Test Flight for managing and deploying beta iOS applications. It's easy for both the developer and the tester to use, as it does all the provisioning and distribution for you. It also happens to be free to use.
Nope, once you update to iOS 7, you can't go back to iOS 6, since Apple stop signing the old software when the new software is released. If your device can't update to iOS 7, then it is still possible to update to iOS 6 since the latest viable version of iOS continues to be signed for those devices.
Yes. Since IKEv2 was defined in 2005, you'd be hard pressed to find an IPSec implementation that doesn't run v2 these days. The best documentation I've found for iOS and VPN is here from apple: http://help.apple.com/iosdeployment-vpn/mac/1.2/# Cisco's documentation says their AnyConnect 3.0 has a feature of IKEv2 on iOS.
When it asks you to change your date before 2012. reason why is before 2012 there was a update that validates cracked apps to be downloaded. When you set it before its sort of removing some of the validates. When it first downloads it downloads a provisioning profile which allows the cracked app to download due to the profile permissions.
Enable AssistiveTouch: Tap Settings, General, Accessibility, AssistiveTouch (near the bottom) and tap AssistiveTouch to ON. You will now notice a small dark square with a circle in the middle (you can move this square anywhere). Tap the dark circle to open the AssistiveTouch menu, then tap Device and tap and hold the Lock Screen icon. This will bring up ...
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