Governments tend to use MDMs, or Mobile Device Management systems. So the only way to deal with this is to get them to remove the device from their MDM. The only way to do that would be to talk to them.
If, of course, you purchased this iPad legitimately, there would be no issue in doing this. There would be a process in place for removal of a device from ...
There is no way to enable notification of clipboard access with macOS. This is a system feature introduced for iOS 14. See this UIPasteboard documentation which includes a note about iOS 14 as well as the developer level API for using the clipboard.
If you would like this feature extended to macOS, give Apple some Feedback. I could imagine that Apple might ...
There is a way but it requires Screen Time to be enabled.
You need to go to Settings ▶ Screen Time, search for See All Activity, scroll down to Notification section (it’s shown only when you got 1 or more notifications from shortcuts after enabling Screen Time), and there you can manage shortcuts notification permissions, style, etc.
This app does not seem to fit in any of the categories deemed okay to run in the background at all times. Getting it into the App Store would be quite difficult, I imagine.
I also do not see why any user would want this program. You have included no justification for it in the question. Basically, if the thermal state is critical, iOS already has existing ...
It seems more likely that this call button was actually just a part of the website. If so the fake button probably was an off-white color rather than pure white.
If your phone isn't jailbroken I wouldn't worry about it. Clear your browser cookies to be on the safe side but it's probably fine.
If you see any suspicious ads on your home screen or profiles ...
After saving image to Photos, open the photos app and double click on your image. This opens your image in a new window. You get a window like the one shown below.
On the top right of the image is a group of icons. Select the first one. See below.
When you select the first icon - a circle with the letter i in it you get a new pop up as shown below.
I had the exact same issue on Mac App store when I tried to download a free app. It was looping between Get and Install. I tried all the above mentioned suggestions but what worked for me was signing out from my App store and logging back in.
First problem was that the battery was not charged completely and my MacBook Pro wasn't able to charge the phone's battery, hence the reboot loop.
I searched an original charger, connected the iPhone and let it charge. Once the battery was charged, the reboot loop stopped, but the Apple logo was still stuck on the screen.
Tried to force restart a couple of ...
Apple gives instructions on what to do before a repair, bit it should really just be this article.
I prefer that checklist since it talks about Apple Watch and health data backup. You can not get that data back, so by following that before you sanitize your device, it’s protected. Ship the device insured since you ...
Unfortunately there is no way to see this without using third-parts softwares. You can try Reincubate iPhone Backup Extractor. It allows you to import backups from iCloud and see the serial number and other informations.
Here is a preview with an iPhone: