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There might be lint in the headphone jack. The lint is partially blocking the contacts, which is causing intermittent behaviour. Get a wooden toothpick. Use the toothpick to remove lint. Be gentle. Some people suggest using a can of compressed air. This is potentially bad because lint can be blown further INTO the device. If you need more information ...


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Short answer: Because that's Apple's update policy. Longer answer: Maintaining and supporting several major iOS versions is a lot of work, even if the older versions would just get security fixes. It's not just about the source code, any update also needs testing, dealing with apps which may break, update of various support documents etc. So you get both ...


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Go to settings/general/keyboard/add new keyboard and see if there is one called English (UK). If so, activate that one and deactivate English - British.


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This happened to us with an old iPad 2. Specifically, there was some built-up grime in the dock connector/power cord port. It was so bad that the iPad thought what it was sporadically connected to a docked peripheral (like an alarm clock). When you do not see the volume bar, it's because your device thinks that it should delegate volume control to the ...


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It could be the battery. The phone is 3-4 years old. However it could also be the charging cable or the port. The battery symbol with a sliver of red just means the battery has no charge. If you can, try using other charging cables to see if those are more successful in charging the phone. If different cables don't work, then try cleaning the contacts ...



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