That's the "handoff" feature. You can turn it off at: Settings > General > Handoff.
When you turn it off, that device can't send or receive handoffs. A little bit more info.
You could also use a different iCloud account on your phone/iPad if you wanted handoff to work between a Mac and one device but not both iOS devices, but more than one iCloud is ...
Yes, it is theoretically possible. For example, the first iPad Air in the cellular version has the same baseband modem IC chip that the iPhone 5 has.
However please note that it is not possible for a third party app to in any way "activate" or "reconfigure" the voice capabilities through that chip. Only Apple could, theoretically, add cellular voice ...
I had to work this exact same thing out today. I had multiple distribution certificates that had the same name and needed to figure out which apps were using which certificates. Apple really should make it more obvious, but once you know where to look, it's pretty easy to work it out. A bit convoluted, admittedly...
The following instructions require you to ...
Deleting photos is easy if you can borrow a Mac.
If not, you’ll want to pick away with it or open a support case with Apple. The engineers can blow away files if you give them a support PIN and they have a reasonable belief you can’t do it by plugging away with the tools Apple ships and you realize the ...
Connect your iPhone to your Mac via USB
Go to Safari on your Mac
Mac: Safari > Preferences > Advanced > Show Developer menu in menu bar
iPhone: Settings > Safari > Advanced > Web Inspector
Mac: Safari > Develop > [iPhone Name] > Connect via Network
Unplug the iPhone form USB. You should still see it in the menu
Go to the website on iPhone Safari
On your Mac ...
You can tell if the device is supervised (i.e. managed) by opening Settings. Right at the top it says "This iPad is supervised and managed by xxxxxxx". If you do not have this message, your device is not supervised.
Your iPad cannot be supervised/managed merely by signing in to a managed Google Account in the Chrome browser.
So the issue was the following:
iTunes Backup changes to "iCloud" when "This Computer" is selected when iPhone is connected to iTunes.
when connecting to iTunes in iPhone(YourIphone) > Summary > Backups the "iCloud" option was checked. When I had set the "This computer" option. So when I set it again to "This computer" option and clicked ...