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This is technically impossible to achieve in the current version of iOS. Though, you may want to try this trick which isn't right what you'd like to do, but may be a way around: Tap the address bar and type whatever you want to search Copy what you've just typed Tap on cancel in order to get back to your current open webpage When you're done and you want ...


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Launch the Messages app. Tap on the text thread that has the pictures and/or videos. Tap on Details in the top right corner. Scroll down to the Attachments section and press and hold on one of the pictures or videos you'd like to save. Tap on More in the popup menu. Tap to select all the photos you'd like to save. Tap on Save Images in the bottom left corner ...


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The Wake Alarm Clock app does exactly what you want. No jailbreak required, progressive increase of volume up to the maximum. But, I'm using it because there is a setting that forces you to shake your phone to stop the alarm, and you are awaken almost instantly.


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First, make sure your Mac is able to use AirDrop. The following Macs are able to use AirDrop: MacBook Pro (Late 2008) or later, excluding the MacBook Pro (17-inch, Late 2008) MacBook Air (Late 2010) or later MacBook (Late 2008) or later, excluding the white MacBook (Late 2008) iMac (Early 2009) or later Mac Mini (Mid 2010) or later Mac Pro (Early 2009 with ...


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The full information on use restrictions in iOS is here. It doesn't include the ability to restrict the use of phone calls or data, but you can restrict apps like Safari that use the data. Third-party apps are not permitted to modify fundamental iOS functionality like this.


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Close your Messages app (double click the home button then swipe from bottom to top on the app) Restart your phone. After the phone boots back up, open Messages. Initiate a message to the other person via the Compose button. Restart your iPhone by holding the Sleep/Wake button until you see a slider. Slide to shutdown your phone and wait until it is fully ...


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Get an app on the App Store which will tell you the MAC address of the AP you're connected to. There are many, and they are free. Then, enable the WiFi scanner in the AirPort Utility app: go to Settings > AirPort Utility to enable it. The scanner will tell you the MAC addresses of the detected APs and the frequencies used. Since APs use different MACs for ...


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I think this is not achievable via Siri, but you can still use Siri and a couple of taps to get what you're asking for. "Hey Siri, where am I?" All you have to do to Mark your current location, using Siri, is following these few simple steps: Ask Siri "Where am I?" or similar questions; It will pop you up a preview of your location in Maps, tap on that ...


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You can't control what app appears in the bottom-left corner of the lock screen. Neither can you add code to your app to make your app appear there whenever you want. These are called Suggested Apps and it's a feature of iOS. iOS controls what app appears there based on several factors, including your location, the apps on your device, and your history of ...


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The service-less iPhone will receive iMessages (and other notifications for other apps that register push notifications) while on Wi-Fi. You can remove the device from your iCloud account or unregister it from the iMessage and FaceTime services if you don't want this behavior.


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iPhone does not support browsing files over Bluetooth. Edit: Apple lists three methods for transferring data between a Mac and an iPhone. AirDrop Handoff iCloud Drive On that same page, Apple lists the built-in Mac browser for Bluetooth as an option for "other Bluetooth devices" and I think it is appropriate to infer that they thereby exclude the iPhone ...


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Settings Before doing anything: Clear your App Switcher (Double press your home button and swipe up all the applications you see) (Optional) Go to Settings > Messages and Turn OFF and then back ON your iMessage option. Now open back Message and try to send a message to your friend 's iPhone, but make sure to use the button at the Top-Left corner to find ...


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It's a feature called Handoff OS X El Capitan: Pick up where you left off with Handoff With Handoff, you can start something on one device (Mac, iOS, or Apple Watch) and pick it up on another without losing focus on what you’re doing. For example, you can start writing an email on your Mac, then pick up where you left off in Mail on your ...


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Messages are always received in grey, regardless of if they are iMessages (from a phone number or email address) or text messages. But to get the messages sending from your number, not your email: Go to Settings Scroll down and tap "Messages" Scroll down and tap "Send & Receive" Make sure only your phone number is checked off in the "Start New ...


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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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Most keyboards only show three suggestions as you type, no matter how relevant they are to the current conversation. Quick Type, the suggestions in iOS 9, have gotten much better at providing good suggestions that are context-specific, but it can't compare to some third-party options. Your best alternative would be to install a good, intelligent third-party ...


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The basic answer to your question is that Siri, as of now, still cannot work offline. Cortina on Windows phone can, so there is hope that at some point in the future, Apple will bring that ability to Siri. I have a couple basic quasi-suggestions. The first is to use Voice Control. It's basically what came before Siri, and if you disable Siri, that's what ...



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