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Not sure what happened, but they appeared suddenly this morning. They were gone for over a week...and appeared today. Weird...


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This is probably a recently added function but just in case anyone stumbles on this answer like I did trying to figure it out. In Apple Notes running in El Capitan (10.11.5) for me, you can right-click on the link and in the menu there is the option to delete the link.


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Debit cards with "Verified by Visa" or "3D SecureCode" will failed on international transactions. Please use any debit cards without these verification steps in order to bypass the USSD command to send you the verification code to your phone.


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Yes, sort of. I needed to repeat the * for separation of text. I was able to create a keyboard shortcut to place a line of stars by double tapping the * key. Worked for me, hope this helps.


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Settings- Battery - slide bar to turn it off


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Go to Settings- > Control Center. Turn off Access on lock screen. Turn Off Access within apps. This way you can avoid your kid accessing brightness adjustment from lock screen and within apps. After turning off the above the 2 settings, the Control Center will be accessible only from home screen. This way you can control to some extent. Hope this helps.


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With iOS 9, Apple updated the list of times when iPhones will require a passcode rather than Touch ID. The list is now: Restarting the device Five failed fingerprint recognition attempts Receiving a remote lock command via Find My iPhone Enrolling new fingerprints in Touch ID Not having been unlocked in any fashion in 48 hours NEW! When the iPhone or iPad ...


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Go to;Settings-Privacy- Location Services- Make sure the toggle at the top of the page is "Green/ON"-scroll down to Google Maps and ensure you have checked either "While Using App" or "Always" depending on your preference.


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I just bought an iPhone SE. It came pre-installed with iOS 9.3.2. I set it up from an iPhone 5s iOS 8.1 iTunes backup. When the restore was complete, I was greeted with the "slide to upgrade" message. I slid it, and a loading bar with the Apple logo was displayed. When it was finished loading, a message appeared saying "upgrade complete." When the setup was ...


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On your iOS device, launch Camera App. Select the desired recording setting (eg. Video). THEN plug in your external Audio Interface. Record. It will take in whatever is on channels 1 and 2 and record with your video stream. NOTE: If you either close the Camera App, power down the iOS device, iOS device goes to sleep or you disconnect your interface - you ...


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There is a search feature inside Notes.app too (open a folder, then pull down to reveal the search bar). And as @dwightk mentions the Spotlight search (pull down on home screen) can be used for searching too. Unfortunately neither of the search methods won't find text inside locked notes. Notes that are locked don’t appear in the search results. To ...


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Rather than swiping downward, take your index finger and drag downward on the left side of the message area.


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From what I understand if you only upload 5.5inch and iPad, they'll just reject you outright. Currently, it looks like they require at least 4 and 3.5. If you indicate it's optimized for iPhone 6, it also requires a 4.7. It looks like if it indicates that it runs on iPad you need both an iPad an iPad Pro. Check out the requirements for yourself here: ...


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I'm not totally sure what you're trying to do, but it sounds to me like you're trying to upgrade an iPad over-the-air. This should work, but transcending multiple operating system versions on your way up can cause problems. And could you be out of storage space? Since this method isn't working, you should try the other method (scroll down after opening that ...


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I agree with the suggestion of using screen capture software. Here's a comparison list that may be helpful in your search.


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You should look in to http://AsReader.com for UHF and UF RFID solutions for iOS devices. They have compact dock style readers that can move between iPod touch, iPhone, and iPad mini, Air, & Pro. Their readers range from 250 mW to 1 Watt in power and have a unique magnetic charging system. Thousands of these readers are in use at a major automobile ...


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1) Turn off the Cellular Data for the apps which are not important. 2) make sure the backup on cloud is not via celluar 3) Go To "Reset" and click on "Reset Network Setting". 4) After Resetting "General " option will not appear in your System Services.


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Do not install iOS 8 or 9 on your iPad 2 !!! I was very happy for my iPad 2 with iOS 6, but after upgrading, it is slow as f... Apple makes sure, we cannot install older software, so now my tablet is almost useless. That policy makes me an Android user. I will never buy an iOS device again.


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You can't add calendars in the Calendar app, only in Settings. To add an event, you should have a calendar set up in Settings. If you do have calendars set up, make sure they are visible by going to the Calendars button at the bottom center in the Calendar app. Select "Show All Calendars" and see if you can now add events. If you don't have a calendar set ...


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Those apps appears in that section when i turn the data on and use some apps from the data. Each app when takes the data connection and use it start appearing in the section. Once it appears in that section i was able to remove it from there.


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With the default 5 GB of iCloud storage, you can get a backup of your photos by turning on PhotoStream, and leaving Photos running on your Mac. The Mac will get new photos and videos added to your PhotoStream continuously, but your phone and iCloud storage will be limited to a max of 1000 items.


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Google Photos lets you store unlimited photos in high quality on their servers, just by downloading the Google Photos app. The app works great, and I've found it to be reliable. It gets 5 stars in the iOS App Store (which is really quite an achievement) and has nice extra features in the Assistant section, like auto-making videos from your photos/videos. ...


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Three options come to mind: You can use iCloud to backup to iCloud Photo Library. Just go to settings, photos, and switch on iCloud Photo Library. If you would like to backup to iTunes, just plug in your phone, open the photos app and click "import images". This will back them up to your Mac. Lastly, you could just back up your iPhone. Doing a full backup ...


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Not really. You can schedule do not disturb but not schedule a change of a contact from favorite to not favorite, so that option blocks all non-favorites on a temporary basis.


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Probably, all you should have to do is wipe and restore it to the latest iOS version via iTunes: Use iTunes on your Mac or PC to restore your iPhone, iPad, or iPod to factory settings A factory restore erases the information and settings on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod and installs the latest iOS or iPod software.


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What if iTunes is unable to recognize broken and locked iPhone? Here are your options to access iPhone with broken screen and passcode for backup and recovery. Fix the screen and back up once the device lets you tap in the unlock code. Use a bluetooth keyboard (which was already paired) to enter the password. In case one small area of the screen still ...


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You don't actually have a profile installed on your phone yet. Once you do, it will appear


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You are mixing two things here: the SIM in your iPhone is tied to whatever contract you have with your carrier. Transfering this SIM to a new phone should be possible without much hassle (you may need to get a new physical SIM card maybe if the Samsung uses a different format than your iPhone). Moving the SIM card to a new phone will not impact the data ...


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To silence this message follow its instructions: Go to the Advanced pane of iTunes preferences and turn on “Check for new software updates automatically”.


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You do not have to delete a contact's birthday to remove it from Calendar--unless it is the only birthday you want to remove. You can subscribe/unsubscribe to birthdays to allow them to show in Calendar. In iCloud Calendar, click the Action pop-up menu in the sidebar, then choose Preferences. In the General pane, select “Show Birthdays calendar,” ...


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Take it to the Apple store? If it's just restoring the phone they shouldn't charge you anything. And after a clean restore you can then try to restore it again at home.


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Yes, it is possible. This method works with at least iOS 9. Make sure your iPhone is locked Press the lock key on the top of your iPhone to brighten it, without unlocking it completely Slide the bottom right camera icon half way up, and don’t let go. Keep your finger in this way Slide the camera modes to video, again keeping your finger on the ...


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No need for another app, there is a solution for syncing the iOS Notes app without using iCloud or any other third-party service. Since you mentioned WebDAV, I assume you are willing to provide your own server. It takes a little bit of setup, but if you create your own email server (specifically an IMAP server), Notes will sync to it. There is no need to ...


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Try making a backup using iTunes, then going to settings on the iPhone and erasing everything. Then restore from the backup.


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Check any computer you connect the phone to see if it has a backup. Then check in iCloud.com to see your last backup. If you have paired a bluetooth keyboard, use that to unlock the device. Also - the screen could be out but the digitizer might still work. Can you put another iPhone 6 next to yours and go through the motions to enter the PIN by tapping where ...


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The general consensus I've heard is no, it does not trigger export compliance. The OS is the one handling the encryption, not your app.


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I haven't officially verified that the bug is not present in the iOS 10 beta, but iOS 9.3.3 was in developer beta for quite awhile before iOS 10 was even announced, so it wouldn't be reasonable for a newer OS, albeit a beta, to not have this patch as well. If that's not enough, consider that Apple generally does not discuss security vulnerabilities until ...


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Using the main list on the computer select for each list: View, Sort By, Manual. Drag them manually into the correct order and this will then be duplicated in your other devices. The previous comment about dragging your reminder to another list may help too but I haven't tried it. Making the new list Manual before importing may also help.


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You misunderstand what swiping up on an app does. Swiping up on an app from the app switcher causes its temporary data to be unloaded from your device's RAM (RAM, short for random-access memory, is your device's short-term memory). However, data from tabs in any browser is stored as permanent data (just like game data and text messages are permanently stored,...


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You can't - but why do you feel the need to 'close' apps - i.e. Force Quit them. The only time you ever need to do that is if they stop responding correctly, the rest off the time they will be perfectly happy to sit in the background, until memory gets short, then they are quietly dropped from active memory, leaving only a small footprint until they are ...


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There may be other ways to do it (and there are for photos and videos such as putting them on iCloud Photo Library), but if you want to access these all together, a good program you can use is iExplorer. That looks to do everything you want to do. It's not free, but I think they have a free trial you can use.


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Sync your iPad with iTunes, which will download all not already downloaded Apps to iTunes - and then sync your iPhone with iTunes - that's it. iTunes store the ipa-files in ~/Music/iTunes/iTunes Media/Mobile Applications


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To work together on any development project, you preferably need a version control system like GIT or SVN. Apple supports this with Xcode Server. If you're not working on the app at the same time, I imagine that DropBox or any other file sharing system would work as well. Being on the same Apple Developer team would hardly mean anything in this matter at ...


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Check this question for the sentence structure you need to use to achieve this: How to add a reminder to a specific list and time via Siri


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I'd be surprised to find anyone compiling such info for the nearly 2000 emoji for old os's. In any case, display depends primarily on the local font installed, so if fonts can be added, more emoji can normally be displayed on any OS. See this chart for some info: http://unicode.org/emoji/charts/full-emoji-list.html


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Yes there is now Official Certification as Well. http://training.apple.com/en/certification


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Tap on the mini player, then on the "Up Next" button on the right: You can edit the "Up Next" list on that screen. When finished you can tap on "Done". It shows the following 20 tracks, not the full playlist.


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I think this is a bit faster and simpler than any of the methods mentioned above: View the photo that you want to crop, zoom into it as much as you think is the area you want to crop. Hit Home button and Power button at the same time to take a screenshot -- new photo will be saved. Go to photos and view the screenshot you took, crop it as you like (...


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Oh it will get rejected, no matter how fancy or how good you want to cover it. If the app is mostly just web, you will get rejected. I didn't even have a web browser involved and it got rejected for "not entertaining enough" but it had to do with medical, so idk. Try adding tabs (UITabBarController) for different sections, eg. about, contact, etc. with ...


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I have this problem a couple times a day. Until it's fixed I've had to double click the home button to bring up the recently used apps. Then I swipe up on two or three of the most recent ones. Then try searching again in Spotlight. If it doesn't work try closing a couple more. Not sure what the deal is but that always works for me



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