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Yes, the _CDBatterySaver API in the CoreDuet (Private*)Framework can be used to toggle low power mode. An example invocation, untested: #import <CoreDuet/CoreDuet.h> #import <objc/runtime.h> -(void)setLowPowerMode:(BOOL) isOn { _CDBatterySaver *batterySaver = [objc_getClass("_CDBatterySaver") batterySaver]; int nextState; if(isOn) ...


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This is technically impossible to achieve in the current version of iOS. Though, you may want to try this trick which isn't right what you'd like to do, but may be a way around: Tap the address bar and type whatever you want to search Copy what you've just typed Tap on cancel in order to get back to your current open webpage When you're done and you want ...


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First log in to Apple ID and update his birthday, name etc. Second, log in to the organizer account and change the role for all accounts that are incorrect. If this is correct and still shows Adult, you can kick him from Family Sharing then invite him again as a non-adult. :) If you save their real birthdays, they will be picked up as minors/teenagers by ...


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Get an app on the App Store which will tell you the MAC address of the AP you're connected to. There are many, and they are free. Then, enable the WiFi scanner in the AirPort Utility app: go to Settings > AirPort Utility to enable it. The scanner will tell you the MAC addresses of the detected APs and the frequencies used. Since APs use different MACs for ...


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I think this is not achievable via Siri, but you can still use Siri and a couple of taps to get what you're asking for. "Hey Siri, where am I?" All you have to do to Mark your current location, using Siri, is following these few simple steps: Ask Siri "Where am I?" or similar questions; It will pop you up a preview of your location in Maps, tap on that ...


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Yes. It's a little convoluted process but it's not difficult and it can be done without a Apple Developer account. There are quite a few steps but it simply involves creating your app in Xcode, connecting your iPhone to the Mac, and deploying your app to your iPhone. The complete info on how to do this are on this Apple site.


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In App-Purchases This option is particularly useful for long-term use: the App itself is free, this makes it easy to spread to as many users as possible. But then, in the majority of this type of Apps, there are ads implemented which make a huge profit to the developer based on how many users watch them, and as said in then point before, the App is free and ...


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Use next parameters to ensure compatibility with apple devices. -profile:v baseline -level 3.0 This disables some advanced features but provides for better compatibility. Typically you may not need this setting (and therefore avoid using -profile:v and -level), but if you do use this setting it may increase the bit rate quite a bit compared to what is ...


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You can't control what app appears in the bottom-left corner of the lock screen. Neither can you add code to your app to make your app appear there whenever you want. These are called Suggested Apps and it's a feature of iOS. iOS controls what app appears there based on several factors, including your location, the apps on your device, and your history of ...


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Yes, you can accomplish this by downloading Third-Party Apps from the App Store. Pixelgarde One I've found very popular from my web searches is Pixelgarde, this App won't just let you edit the date and time of when your photo was taken, but also to change or delete the location where it was taken in, the person who took it, and much more. Again, this is ...



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