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With an iDevice you always have 2 choices Stay with the iOS you have or Update to the latest available [or supported, for end-of-life devices] iOS. There is no 3rd choice. Any bugs in the early releases of any 'whole number' iOS are usually fixed over the next few months, so it is usually better to be on the latest version.


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Something that seems to work for Google calendars: on your phone, go to Settings => Mail, Contacts, Calendars. Scroll down to the Calendars block. Select Default alert times. You can then chose phone alerts by type of event.


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Try to get a new SIM card from your carrier. Good Luck !


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Perhaps your Carrier Network Settings have been corrupted or altered in some way. In this case, the phone would be searching incorrectly for the carrier towers, or trying to connect and continually getting refused due to a setting error. Apple provides details on checking and manually editing the settings, but getting them wrong can cause problems like you ...


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This seems like a pretty straightforward case where the phone needs to be serviced. Have you tried the restore troubleshooting assistant? https://www.apple.com/v20110427232717/support/iphone/assistant/restore/ Is there a reason why you don't follow the advice to get the hardware serviced?


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Log into the Find My iPhone part of the iCloud website. Select your device from the drop-down list at the top of the screen. Click on "Remove from Account". This should remove your account from the device and enable the new owner to use it.


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You can remotely remove the phone from your account using the iCloud website. Apple has a page with instructions on how to remove your device from Find My iPhone.


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Sign out. Search for any free app. Select "Get" and "Install App". You should see screen, that you need to log in to download. Select "Create New Apple ID". You should see "None" option when selecting payment method. Activate Apple ID and you have created new Apple ID for your son. Then just sign out from son's Apple ID and log in to yours.


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My sin was exploring what this voice over toggle do... Then it turned the screen off!!! I started taking screen shots to know where I am .. Then I reset all settings.. The screen light cane back but the voice over still On!! Then I did it with SiRi ... Tried siri to close it and Siri did it.. Do not ask me how :-) ..After one full hour of total frustration.. ...


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Try this: Remove the camera roll backup from the iCloud (and then add it back again). This is to "recalibrate" the iCloud. Slide the switch from green to white and give it the "ok" to remove photos from the cloud. Next, step out of that menu and then step back into it and re-activate the switch to backup the camera roll to the cloud. Then, run a ...


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What version of iOS are you running? Live filters was added on iOS 7. If you haven't updated your iPhone to the latest (or, now, second-to-latest) major version of iOS, the "live" filters will not be available. You can check your iOS version by going into Settings > General > Software Update. But, be wary of updating to iOS 8 (which is now the version ...


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When I don't know which kind of smartphone is on the receiving end, its better to use Google Maps app on my iPhone. I send the "dropped pin" from the Google Maps app (instead of using the Apple Maps), all Androids have Google Maps and will be able to access the link. If if the receiving end is an iPhone, it will open on Safari.


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Apps bought in the iOS App Store can be installed in several iOS devices. Just make sure that you are logged into the App Store with the same Apple ID on both devices, then open the Store app, select the "Purchased" tab and search for the app.


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Having several iOS/OS X devices signed in to the same iCloud account contact syncing enabled in the respective settings always syncs your contacts on all these devices (that's what iCloud syncing is all about in a way). In your situation you could disable syncing of Contacts e.g. on the business iPhone (in Settings) create different contact groups for ...


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Lots of good advice here about reducing power usage and checking what's currently using it, but nobody has suggested replacing the battery. They just don't have as much capacity now as when they were manufactured. It isn't too difficult to do with the right tools, though if you aren't comfortable with the risk of breaking the phone you can pay someone to do ...



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