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Just press the home button 3 times in quick succession and it turns off.


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What you're wanting to do is called "Virtual Network Computing (VNC)". Using an iPad makes it more complicated unless you want to purchase an app. I've used LogMeIn for a while, but that app was about $99. If you have another Mac at work Apple has an app for $80 called "Remote Desktop". Open your system preferences on the Mac you want to control and ...


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Try Visor, magnifier for iOS. It was specifically developed for the Dads in the world who are losing sight. http://www.visorapp.net/


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Try double tapping at either side of the screen at the edge


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If you cannot gain access using the security questions, the only option you have is to contact Apple Support.


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Turn off autocapitalisation in settings>general>keyboard, I don't have an iPad Pro so not entirely sure if it will work but it does with my Bluetooth keyboard.


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This issue is a little strange. Have you checked your "Recently deleted" album? Maybe it takes up your storage. The pics and videos you deleted are not actually gone. If you want to make them disappeared you need to go to the "Recently deleted" album and delete them again. Otherwise you need to wait for 30 days they will be deleted automatically. You should ...


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I'm not too sure as to what caused the problem but all you need to do is go to: Settings>General>Reset>Reset All Settings This will result in losing all the wifi passwords you connected to but you can just retype them. Then just update or download something (that's free of course like an already purchased app or an update), type in the password, ...


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The issue in your video looks like it could be the Digitizer that's going bad. Disassembling iPad, especially the Air series, is a huge pain in the ass (it's Repairability score on iFitIt is 2/10). If you want to go that route here's the info from iFixIt: https://www.ifixit.com/Device/iPad_Air_Wi-Fi Unlike the iPhones Apple doesn't replace the ...


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Try upgrading your iPhone and iPad to the latest version of iOS (9.3 or later) and turning on iCloud for iBooks. PDFs and books will automatically sync between your devices. Also, Thecafremo provides some good ideas as well; email is a particularly good method as well.


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The 12.9" iPad Pro can use power faster than the 12W power adapter can supply it. That's why it can run out of power when running for example a game, even though it is connected to the charger. To avoid that, use the 29W Apple power adapter instead. The 29W adapter is not supplied with the iPad Pro, but must be bought seperately.


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There are a couple of options. If you're using iCloud Drive, opening iBooks, scrolling to the item (a PDF, ePub or book) and tapping on the Download icon will download the item to your library. If you're not currently using iCloud Drive you can always turn it on under Settings / iCloud / iCloud Drive. Syncing through a Computer. If both devices are synced ...


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I just added outlook to the apps when sending from Safari and it now appears as an option. Not quite default but good enough


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iPad can only send and receive iMessages. If your friend don't have any device from Apple (iPod, iPad, Mac, iPhone), he can't send you a message through iMessage. Use another chat service. (Like Messenger from Facebook or WhatsApp)


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No. I just AirDropped a photo from my MacBook Pro to my iPhone, and after declining it, the photo did not appear in my iPhone's Recently Deleted album.


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If you are the Airdrop recipient and you decline to share with someone, it doesn't get saved on your system. It simply isn't transferred to you. If you are the sender and the recipient declines your share, nothing happens; you still have the file and it stays in the same place. If there's a file that you're seeing in the Trash (or as you mentioned it ...


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Try signing into find my friends and then signing out. I know it sounds dumb, but this honestly might work.


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This behaviour is up to the app/website to decide, so unfortunately you cannot change it back yourself. However, pressing Ctrl+Enter is a common shortcut on Mac and iOS to insert a linebreak when Enter normally submits.


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If it is a book that you downloaded, you can download it again. It will give you options like, Open in iBooks, on the top right. On the left it will give you an option of, Open as.... Select that and then choose the app you want to use to open it (i.e. Copy in Foxit).


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Apple has fantastic warranty service. Now I can't actually speak for Brazil but I do know that they do have a very fast mail in warranty system. That should do the trick or if you have a local apple store you can bring your iPad into their. Apple warranty is worldwide.


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Since no one could answered this I tested it out and found a solution using OSX Server and no need for DEP. I turned on my macbook pro and purchased OSX server in the app store. Once installed you should be able to go to your local ip or whatever the host name is that your server assigns you, something like markuss-macbook-pro.local. Depending on your ...


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I have been searching for the same answer when I came across your question and have also gone round in circles! Nobody takes note of the third sentence of your third paragraph! As you've had no reply I don't know if the following is any help. I noticed a remark in passing on one website a comment which suggests that Settings > Music > Join Apple Music ...


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Tape a small piece of scotch tape to the end and replace regularly


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More than likely, your Mac synced with your iPad and got data from iCloud. Go to Settings -> iCloud, and see if Mail is turned on. If so, and you do not want these to sync together, turn it off. Then, you can simply delete the accounts from the Mail app on your Mac. In regard to your question about other "surprises," while you're in Settings on your iPad, ...


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I always use iFixit when repairing my Apple stuff. From the looks of your picture, that is an original iPad (1st Generation). If it turns out to be more trouble than it's worth, I would look into Gazelle, NextWorth, Itemcycle, SellYourMac, etc. Just go with whichever one will give you the most cash for it. Sell iPad 1st Gen - Gazelle ...


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This site is great for identifying and purchasing parts if you want to fix the iPad yourself. http://www.ifixit.com/Device/iPad But, before you decide to spend a bunch of money, consider that you will probably encounter the Activation Lock.


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The problem is solved. The problem was caused by the certificates. I really needed signed certificates for "mdmserver.domainname.be" (Server > Certificates). But keep in mind, it has to be with a CSR created by the os server, it's not enough to create a CSR with a CSR generator (like directadmin, ..). Thats because you can't add your own private key/csr, ...


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I use iMazing fro Mac. It allows you to backup & restore individual iOS apps along with your custom saved data. You do that without going through iTunes.


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If you've followed all the correct processes for changing your Apple ID, including verifying your email address is correct and looking in your spam/junk folder, then your only option is to contact Apple directly. Go to Apple's Support page and click on Talk to us. Initiate a chat session, that's the fastest way to get this resolved.


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I'm afraid it's not possible. Apple stops signing iOS releases shortly after the release of a new version, at which point the old version can no longer be installed.


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Pinch-to-zoom on an email works in Gmail's latest iOS app (version 4.4) and Apple's native iOS Mail app (tested as far back as iOS 6). Maybe she does not know how to pinch-to-zoom?


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Microsoft doesn't officially support iOS with the Designer Keyboard. They actually list it on their website as non-functional with iOS. This strikes me as a very inconvenient step seeing as I am using it right now on the iPad Pro and it is hands down better than any other iPad keyboard I have used... other that that idiotic refusal to dismiss the virtual ...


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A first-generation iPad only supports iOS 5. That means it only runs apps that still support iOS 5, which are few and far between. To download these apps, head to the App Store (the blue icon on the iPad's home screen), and you'll be able to download apps. Either they'll download or give you an error that they're not supported, in which case you can't ...


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You cannot easy annotate iBook pdf and I use Goodreader. But iBook present better. Hence sometimes I have to get to the PDF I send to iBooks. If you turn on the iCloud sync, it is in the iCloud drive but hidden. You may like to use the following procedure to retrieve it. If you do not want to go through terminal (and use ls -al etc.) try this: ...


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Finally, I know we need the enterprise account for in house distributions. Alternate solutions are using Using third party's solution, I used https://www.diawi.com/. It works perfect. Using your apple developer account, add your devices' UDID number and used development team profile to install. Only 100 devices are allowed. Good luck!


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This was problem with LittleSnitch after all. Disable the network filter and it works as expected.


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You're mostly correct but the problem is that the home screen Web Clip (aka bookmark) will forever point to the URL. The user will always get asked whether they want to open in iBooks so it's a bit of a clunky solution if you ask me. If it were me, I'd be considering the following options: Deploy the content using an MDM like Airwatch, specifically its ...


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use PICO COMPILER APP on AppStore, works well, but you cant use SWING components as far as i am aware


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They're saying Apple hasn't approved any "magnetic lightning connectors" so they and their competitors are selling non-certified connectors. Apple's patent 7,311,526 covers their Magsafe technology, which these lightning connectors could easily infringe upon. I wouldn't go near any of these while they're in a Kickstarter/Indiegogo phase.


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The problem seems to have resolved itself.


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The developer item in settings (called "ontwikkelaar" in the screenshot) will become available when you have installed an app you created with xcode. Creating a simple empty app with xcode, connecting your ipad and then tun it on the device should be enough to display the developer item in your settings.


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Here is what you can do, on at least iOS 9. Launch Notes on your iPhone or iPad While on the list of notes, enter Edit -mode. Select all of the Notes Tap on "Move to target.." (Might not be accurate translation) Select "iCloud Notes" That's all.


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If the name on the Apple ID or the billing address is incorrect, you can fix it at https://appleid.apple.com You can edit the Apple ID name here... And you can edit the billing name here...


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From your question, it seems you're mainly concerned with wanting to keep (or return to) iOS 9.1? If that's the case, then just don't update. If, however, you're concerned with your data, such as contacts, text messages, photos, etc then updating to iOS 9.3.1 is not going to result in you losing any of this data. If for some reason you've had to erase ...


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You need to scroll down the window a little. Then you can see File sharing. There you can see all the installed apps.


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2Gb is in the range of a full software update (or a full backup), and it's unlikely the iPad did that over cellular. Did you have anything tethered to the iPad? A laptop perhaps? The data limiting doesn't kick in over tethering, and the tethered device thinks it's on wifi. If that is the case, you may want to turn off auto-update.


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You can easily block web browsing or limit it with pretty much any of the newer routers on the market today. I prefer limiting becuase while you may want to block general surfing, you may still need to get access to whatever cloud services your POS or business might need access to. For example, Linksys has a feature called "Parental Controls" that allows ...


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It's not the same as your but I have tried mine just few days back... it's iOS 8 and iPad3. It was okay but had to be connected to iTunes (USB). Over the air had problems. Using non-original cables will also cause issues (my previous experiences). Just make sure you make a backup as there is a big chance it will fail and you have no choice but to restore ...


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To make sure people are not browsing the web, disable the web. That is, set up a proxy server that blocks access to external websites – Squid or Privoxy would work – and configure the iPad to use that proxy server for everything. Then block direct connections (without a proxy) in your firewall.


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No, the stock/standard Apple apps can't be deleted. You can delete individual podcasts or iBooks, but not the apps themselves. Hopefully, Apple will allow this in a future iOS release.



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