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There's a way to take a screenshot on the Apple Watch, and it's exactly what you'd expect it to be if you're familiar with the iPhone's screenshot function. Press and hold the Digital Crown. Immediately press and release the side button. Release the Digital Crown. You should see the screen flash and get some haptic feedback acknowledging it, and then the ...


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This alert does not show up unless you have opted in to iCloud calendars that include that alert. You are most likely subscribed to a US holidays calender. Open Calenders, then click "Calenders" just above the home button. Select that calender using the "i" button on the right and you will be able to turn off alerts for events originating from that ...


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The 'E' is not text, it is artwork. iTunes on your Mac has the same artwork. This artwork is located within the iTunes app. This is how you can find it: Go to /Applications Right click 'iTunes' and select 'Show Package Contents' Now go to 'Contents' -> 'Resources' -> 'English' (or any other installed language) In here you will find the artwork in png ...


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He is probably looking for the following unicode character : ️Negative Squared Latin Capital Letter E The letter : 🅴 NB: The letter is not visible on my Windows. My iPhone displays it.


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You could try: Sign out of the appstore, then sign back in again. Backup and restore the iPod Touch


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Inbox → Menu → Settings → account → Action to take when done with a message → Move to bin


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The iPhone has GPS. This doesn't require Wi-Fi or cellular towers and isn't disabled when you turn on Airplane mode.


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Yes. There is no impact from turning off "Find my iPhone" besides you losing the ability to track your phone should it be misplaced/lost/stolen/etc. To prevent syncing of all items, you would need to turn off iCloud altogether on your phone (or its individual services).


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Go to general settings ->usage and delete the app from the list.


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You can't. Restoring from another device's backup will update to the latest iOS the restored device can use. The only way would be to restore from a backup initially made from that same device, using that iOS.


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You need the original Apple ID to deactivate the Find my iPhone function on the phone. If the person who has it has put it on DFU mode, and its iOS version is 7 or higher, he will need the original Apple ID to reactivate it. You may wish to put the phone on "Lost Mode", that will put a message on the phone lock screen with information of your choice. ...


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You can set which default account it should use to store your contacts. Go System Preferences -> Mail, Contacts, Calendar -> scroll down to the contacts sections and set the Default Account



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