Unlike iPadOS (variant of iOS, renamed to reflect features specific to iPad, such as the ability to view multiple running apps at once), iOS has no ability to view two or more running apps in a split screen mode.
What you are encountering is an iOS (running on iPhone) feature called Reachability. Reachability is a feature available on iPhones with an iPhone ...
To look for installed profiles that could enable wiping your device, take a look at System Preferences > General > Profiles.
The listing is usually near the bottom, above Shut Down, Reset, Legal & Regulatory and below Languages & Region, Dictionary, and VPN.
Open the settings app and look for profiles. Unless there is a profile for MDM or device erasure, then the exchange admin can only recall Mail access and remove the app, not wipe your iPhone.
You can attach a screen shot of the exact message you have or your profile settings if you want to be sure we understand exactly what settings you ...
This is called Reachability. It is activated by swiping down on the bottom edge of the screen. To get out of this view, you can swipe back up anywhere on the screen or click the up arrow at the top.
This is useful when you’re using your phone with one hand and can’t easily access the top of the screen.
It can be disabled in Accessibility settings, under “...
Unfortunately you cannot. iOS 14 (specifically iOS 14.1) is the current latest version of iOS available and it supports running on iPhone 7.
Apple has stopped signing iOS 13 and it’s not possible to install it over the air or via IPSW file.
If possible, try deleting an app or two (optimally, one with some data stored on the iPhone) and see if this changes. If it goes up, this could be a "known" bug, in which case the only solution I'm aware of is, sadly, the nuclear option.... wipe the iPhone from Settings, and restore from backup (make sure to backup first!).
The only easy source of send times is visual inspection on the sending device.
Forensic analysis of the message database would be needed to get more precision or data that is not displayed by the iOS app.
There will be server logs in some cases (SMS being less secure /...
My question is simple, how and why do I have these problems? Could they be caused by a widget?
It can be caused by anything including (a) widget(s).
However, in this case, it's an issue with iOS 14.
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I have personally ...
There's a few ways to address this.
In Notes or any similar app you can make app-specific adjustments. Select the Markup icon at the top of the screen (looks like a pencil tip). That will open the Markup toolbar, usually at the bottom of the screen.
Yes, I know this is not an iPad Pro from 2020 but it's a good picture so I used it anyway.
Tap the 3 dots ...
You can try downloading wunderfind or other bluetooth device finders. They can recognize your devices via bluetooth and have an option for pairing. I just tried it now and it saved me from purchasing a new pencil.