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Apple Products If you ever think of purchasing Apple branded products, your only safe place to make your purchases are Apple Stores or the Online Apple Store. If you prefer to make fast and safe purchases online, you can download the Apple Store App by Apple and make purchases there. MFI Certified Products When purchasing these non-Apple branded products ...


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You mean that you want to release space on iPad, right? If you want to free up space, you can delete some unused apps or videos. Also you can learn other ways how to how to free up space when storage is completely full.


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This is what i did: looked up IPv4 address of the Connected Mac Computer in the Router Software (i am connected through Ethernet via Fiber) Entered the IP address of the Connected Mac under Bluetooth PAN - Using DHCP with manual address in the same section i choose under IPv6 "only local-link" click "Apply" Bluetooth PAN went from yellow to green and ...


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Best solution for extra USB ports on a mac is to purchase a usb extension lead to plug directly into your mac - this will then give you four full powered extra sockets


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There are a couple of things you can try: Try doing a hard reset of your iPad. Hold the sleep/wake and power buttons for 10 seconds until you get the Apple logo Attempt "Recovery Mode". With the iPad powered off, hold the home button and connect a USB cable from your Mac with iTunes. Keep holding the home button until the Apple Logo appears Keep in ...


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This option: -> Mail, Contacts, Calendars -> Select your Gmail account -> Tap the Delete Account button. Was not available on my device. I found that the account had only been setup through the Gmail app. If that is the case, open up the Gmail app and go to "Manage Settings". Long press on the account you would like to remove and it will give you the ...


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The rented tab is not in the iTunes Store. It is in the Videos app. If you downloaded it to your iPad successfully, there should be a rented tab in Videos. Otherwise, something went wrong, and you may need to contact iTunes support.


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FYI, with OS X Server/Profile Manager and iOS 9.3, you CAN disable the passcode. First, you need the iPad to be in Supervised mode. You can do this either by having the device in Apple's DEP, or by using Apple Configurator 2 to 'Prepare' the device and put it in Supervised mode. Use your OS X Server Profile Manager as the MDM for the iPad. Once enrolled, ...


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Plug into a PC/Mac, or charge it using your charger which comes with the iPad/iPhone package.


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I don't think it's possible. I can't find any way to adjust font size on PDFs using iBooks for iOS, nor can I find anything about it online. Apparently, one can only adjust the font size with books in iBooks and not PDFs.


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This app does not require a jailbreak: batterylifeapp.com


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This is an old question, but for anyone else coming across it, the answer is Command-H is the shortcut to display the home screen. FYI Command H displays the home screen Command-Tab shortcut displays the task switcher Command-Space toggles the search bar


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It is about yahoo settings, go to your yahoo account from a PC and in security settings, tick the option that says "let less secure connection". That's it.


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If you want it right now, why not plug the phone into the Mac & use Image Capture, in the Applications folder - which is the importer 'behind' Photos.app. You can also set it to auto-launch any capable app, including itself, when a device is connected [or do nothing] & set exactly where your imports should be saved. You can also dictate whether it ...


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It should still be there on the Apps panel, though it's more confusingly-located than I seem to remember it used to be. You have to scroll right down past the Apps section where you can add/remove/arrange apps, and you'll eventually get to a File Sharing section with a list of apps that support file sharing. If you found your way there but the list is ...


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It's very possible that you've opted to "require always" at some point. To undo it, do the following: Launch the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad. Tap on General. Tap on Restrictions. Tap on Require Password under the Allowed Content section. Tap on 15 minutes (yours is likely set to Immediately). OR Click Settings. Click Touch ID & Passcode (...


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Unfortunately, even if this was connected up to a computer and opened in iTunes, it would still require you to unlock the device in order to "trust the device". It stinks, but I think you've already alluded to the remaining option here: Use iTunes to "restore" the iPad. (Instructions half-way down).


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If you don't want to ensure iCloud then you could simply try using AirDrop which is the most convenient way to transfer anything between multiple Apple devices


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go to C:Windows/System32/Drivers/Etc and open the hosts file in notepad and at the botton of the text file add this: 74.208.105.171 gs.apple.com (Numer Symbol)74.208.10.249 GS.APPLE.COM (Numer Symbol)127.0.0.1 GS.APPLE.COM (Numer Symbol)74.208.105.171 GS.APPLE.COM then Save! (You may save it on the desktop and then replace it with the old one)


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For photos: Connect your iPad to PC Open Computer>Portable Devices>Internal Storage>DCIM, then drag/copy photos to another folder on your PC For contacts: Log in to your iCloud account from a browser on your computer Select one or more contacts in the contacts list. To select several adjacent contacts, click the first one, then Shift-click the last ...


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Have you tried that? https://support.apple.com/en-gb/HT201302 And here is the troubleshooting page https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204597 Hope that helps.


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There are multiple ways to access them. If you wish to do so from the device, you will need to (re-)compile some developer tools/tool-chains for the ARM CPU and load them onto the idevice. If you wish to do so from the computer (either Mac or Windows), there are apps for doing so that you would need to install. The only other option I would suggest would be ...


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Looks like I got it...I noticed my iTunes would say there was no updated version available, but the latest version to download (new) from the website was a higher version number. So I re-installed iTunes on my computer and it seemed to work! Yay!


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This should be absolutely fine. I haven't tried it myself (yet) but Apple themselves state that you can use the 29W adaptor with the 12.9" iPad Pro, and other people have verified that it works (and doesn't cause damage). This all came out before the 9.7" iPad Pro was released, and it doesn't look like Apple have updated the product page for their USB-C to ...


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Take it to a Genius Bar and see if they can help. There's not much else to be said.


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Until today, there's no way to do this. Here's my findings: Siri doesn't perform search directly on baidu.com, it uses Siri's hideout [guzzoni.apple.com] to relay the request over (properly configured) TLS. Other than asking for Apple's mercy, I think it's more probable to trade Chinese iPhone with one from another country. BTW, the packets themselves ...


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Don't forget that HEVC (H.265) has higher playback requirements than H.264, and you are attempting playback on a fairly old iPad. It is not going to be able to keep up with what is playable on the latest iPad or iPhone. Don't despair over your older hardware, every computer has its limits, if you encoded a 12-bits-per-pixel 4K 60fps video in HEVC, it ...


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You can only remove password authorization for free apps. You can set it so it only asks for it after 15 minutes on paid apps, that is, if you purchased one, it will only ask you for your password if more than 15 minutes have passed when you try to buy a second one. This restriction does not apply for Apple TV. Check this Apple Support document for ...


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Have you noticed a pattern regarding whether there is a passcode setup on the iPads and the way they behave after the hard reset? Try removing the passcode if there is one and see if that fixes it. Hope that helps.


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Your friend has a Refurbished iPad Mini (1st Generation, 16GB, Wi-Fi Only, Black). The number on the back should say A1432. The F generally indicates a refurbished product (not always).


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That is somewhat incorrect. Pinch Zoom works on some emails, not others. It is mostly inconsistent. (And yes, I'm using Gmail App 4.4 on IOS 9.2.3 beta) Most of the time, pinch zoom does nothing. On some Emails it does zoom the text.


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Those messages are, almost always, a scam, trying to get your data, such as phone numbers or email addresses. Leave those sites immediately! Don't worry, getting malware on your iPad is almost impossible with normal use, and even if you did, websites wouldn't be able to check that.


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The website you were visiting was serving you a pop-up to try and get you to enter your phone number. If you just leave that website by clicking cancel and navigating away or closing the whole safari app, you should be fine. While it is technically possible to get a virus on an iOS device, it is incredibly difficult, and in this instance, I think you are ...


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If you have made a backup before you made the jailbreak you can do it easily with itunes.


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Unfortunately, the podcast feed for this particular show only includes the most recent 30 podcasts. To determine that, I looked at the feed source and counted the number of <item> tags within the <channel> tag. Unfortunately, there is no way to play shows older than that with a podcast player unless they'd previously been downloaded and saved to ...


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It depends on the author of the podcast. Some authors limit their podcasts on iTunes but do offer them via their website (it gives them extra traffic).


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The only option will be to wipe your iPad (restore it to factory settings). Apple talks about this on their support site: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204306 You'll want to restore the phone, but not restore the backup.


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If you have deleted an app but grey icon of that app is still there on screen and you are unable to get rid of it then try this procedure: Go to App Store - Updates - Purchased That Grey icon application is listed there and there is a Cloud icon in front of it. Click on that Cloud icon to download it again Let it download little bit… …then click on that ...


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I too had this question before joining my college. I would suggest you to wait till July and get which ever mac that suits your budget. My personal advice would be to get something which is ultra portable like Macbook pro 13'inch or Air. I DONT think apple will be launching any updated Air anytime soon. So you should get the 13'Inch MacbookPro.


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There's a comprehensive Buyers' Guide at MacRumors, which provides the average product cycle lengths (and date of latest product update).


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Yes, use Cydia Impactor. It is available in the Telesphoreo repository (of Cydia), in the Utilities category.


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As far as I know, your old data does not sync between devices, only new messages from the point which the device was setup. That being said, with each iOS device you have, you may have to just disable syncing or use different iMessage addresses. Do this from the iOS device: Go to Settings Select Messages Select "Send and receive" Select which account ...


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Probably the easiest way to convert a Word Document to a PDF is to use Word Online, part of the free Office Online suite from Microsoft. Once your .doc or .docx file is open, you just select "Download as PDF" and you have your PDF file. This solution requires no 3rd party apps and does everything within the browser for free.


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Tried the notability way. It worked. Thanks Anthony. The steps I followed on iPad- Download Notability (I already had it for work reasons. It costs $2.99) Sync Notability to Google Drive Open Word Document from email in Notability. It auto-converted the document to Pdf. Email the document back from Notability to Email as Pdf. Additional steps I followed ...


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Site audit pro Use it daily for work... Amazing


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You need to delete it from iCloud. Settings > iCloud > Storage > Manage Storage > Survivors: The Quest > Edit > Delete All


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Go to Settings > General > Profiles and Device Management. Delete any profiles you don't remember installing, then restart your iPad. Next, update it to the latest version of iOS (9.3.2), this should remove the Jailbreak, if there is one, as that version cannot be Jailbroken. As for what caused it to send spam to your contacts: If the iPad had malware, ...


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Press alt/option+return or control+return to enter a new line instead of sending.


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Go to Settings You will get a search box right on top of the left corner of the ipad as you sweep from downwards Search for "lock sounds" You will get ringer and alerts turn that to zero It's done



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