There used to be a statement in the iCloud Terms and Conditions Version from March 1, 2017 (Internet Archive Link) that "iCloud will store your last three backups" (for a device).
However, this statement has been removed as of 2020. The Terms now only say that "If a device has not backed up to iCloud for a period of one hundred and eighty (180) days, Apple ...
If the developer didn’t program the hooks to receive a forward, you cannot accomplish this. Contact the developer or choose another app that has that feature.
If the developer enabled this, the mechanics are easy to curate your list of share destinations:
Tap share, swipe to the right end and tap “more” for shifting the order of apps, and also enabling/...
Is it possible to submit the update for review, but not have it released immediately after it gets approved
Yes. It's possible to do so.
When submitting your app for review on App Store Connect, simply select the option to manually release the app instead of automatically release. This way, once the app is approved by Apple, it is kept at hold for release ...
In general: Yes, as this article (and others) suggest.
But it always depends on the exact keyboard. If you can't find results on google for your exact model, you can only find out by testing it.
If you try it, I would recommend using a usb-converter with both a USB & Lightning port, mainly for this reason:
You’ll want the connection kit I linked ...
Yes - that is absolutely possible. No there aren’t different chips or antennas, but physical damage could alter the antenna length and the chip could be damaged or another frequency leaking which makes reception on the 4G data rate impossible.
Without debug logs or a signal tracker or opening the iPhone, you only have empirical testing or trying to erase / ...
If you have a jailbroken iOS/iPadOS device, you can use the command "lsof" to find out which process has that specific port open.
You would run it like this:
lsof -n -iTCP
It would list ports that the process has open with the mark "(LISTEN)" at the end. Outgoing connections would be marked differently depending on their state, typically "(ESTABLISHED)", "...
Custom URL Schemes
You can define and use a custom URL scheme to interact with other apps on iOS:
Defining a Custom URL Scheme for Your App
Custom URL schemes provide a way to reference resources inside your app. Users tapping a custom URL in an email, for example, launch your app in a specified context. Other apps can also trigger your app to launch ...
So it looks like this is impossible.
Yes, Notes does support IMAP and this can be set up by adding an Email account to iOS (or macOS) and checking "Notes" there.
However those kind of Notes are handicapped: you can't draw there with Apple Pencil, can't use any markdown like tables/bullets. Basically it is just Text and (image) attachments, making this ...
As far as I know: Not really.
All you can do is to jailbreak it - as @Nimesh Neema suggested -, which is usually done to do some customization of iOS. It shouldn't allow you to install apps that require a newer iOS, yet you can install apps outside of the AppStore. I am pretty sure though, what you are looking for, does not exist.
This happens because someone, that also is in your contact list, tries to enter a password for the WiFi network your device is connected to. If possible, find the MacBook Pro it wants to share the WiFi code with, and check if the MacBook is trying to connect to the WiFi network. If it is, power the MacBook off or type in the WiFi password on the MacBook.
From email to books, let your iPhone read to you. If you
have a hard time reading the text on your iPhone, use Speak Screen to
read your email, iMessages, web pages, and books. Turn on Speak Screen
and swipe down from the top of the screen with two fingers, or just
tell Siri to Speak Screen and have all the content on the page read
First you enable iCloud and all the services that you want to backup (for most it's all the checkboxes). During the night the iPhones makes an iCloud backup for that day.
So if you were to restore the iPhone, in setup process you could either choose to setup as new, backup from Mac or backup from the iCloud. If you choose iCloud, you would get everything ...