This is temporary as the system reviews and processes your backlog of data. If for some reason you think it’s stuck or taking too long, one force quit of the device and then a normal restart and observe things for 24 hours worked for me.
You can also always back up and restore if you think your device needs that.
I do not do this lightly, but there are cases ...
Spatial Audio is only used for video:
Spatial audio with dynamic head tracking brings a theater-like surround-sound experience to the movie or video you're watching...
You can confirm if the content you're listening to supports spatial audio by toggling it off and on:
You connect your iPhone to your Mac via a Lightning-to-USB(-C) Cable.
Then, in the "Audio MIDI Setup" app (/Applications/Utilities folder), you enable the iPhone as an audio input.
The iPhone will then appear as an audio-in device in macOS and can be used as an input in any Core Audio-based audio app.
For playback of white or pink noise, you can ...
Firstly, I doubt it's the phone, unless you have a user EQ curve applied, so I wouldn't start by trying to measure the phone's output, I'd measure how the in-car is dealing with it.
Do you have a good, flat mic you could use on another device as a reference?
This is the kind of task, if I wanted accuracy, I'd just get the phone playing back some quantifiable ...
I found perfectly working WORKAROUND:
During Microsoft Teams meeting, just go to home screen, start dialing any number via built-in Phone app and stop even after 1 second. Your Teams meeting won't dissconnect, it will just pause. After that, when You go back to Teams and lock the screen, call controls will appear every time! Simple as that!!!
Of course You ...
Depending what data you want to access, on macOS Catalina (10.15.5) I was able to just connect my iPhone 11 running iOS 14 to my computer with the lightning cable, and then access my phone through Finder.
Scrolling to the far right of the options, there is one called 'Files', which shows me a list of the apps on my phone, and by expanding them, the files ...
In response to the question:
Is there any possible way to remove the “Widgetsmith” title under the widget on the home screen? It ruins the vibe sometimes (twitter)
David Smith, the creator of Widgetsmith, replied:
Unfortunately not. Apple requires that the app name be below every widget. (twitter)
So it appears that it is not currently possible to ...
Not sure if anyone will still read this but this question was still pretty high in rank on Google search.
I'm moving a large amount of mails from Gmail to self hosted solution, and also noticed this issue. I believe this is not caused by "Apple isn't looking at the same date for sorting that webmail or Outlook uses", rather it's because how the app ...
The icon size has definitely changed in iOS 14, at least for models with 4.7" displays. They're 8 pixels smaller, from 122x122 to 114x114, and the space between them is narrower, leaving an excess of unused space to simply make the targets closer and smaller. I have checked this on a 7 and a 2020 SE, both show the same before and after. I'd like to ...
just wanted to add some info even though this is a couple of years old...
A router with DD-WRT as seen here:
If a power cycle happened, you'd need to be there to press "Trust this computer" on the iPhone which would be the crux of this method.
A more ...
Having the same issue on my iPhone 11 but noticed something today - if I'm just on with 1 person (ie: someone calls me via Teams) and I lock my screen it does seem to show up as a phone call in the lock screen (as it used to). My sample size is 1 here as I haven't had a chance to try it again but it could just be an app issue as others have pointed out if it'...
This issue occurred for me after installing UniFi Controller 5.14.23 for macOS on my MacBook running 10.15.6 Catalina. The issue occurred for both users on the MacBook and both iPhones (logged in to different iCloud accounts) on the wireless network.
The issue was resolved for me by removing the UniFi Controller and restarting the MacBook.
Here's what worked for me just now (iOS 13.6.1). It only copies the URLs, not the page names, but for me that was fine.
Long tap on the Bookmark button
Choose "Add Bookmarks for N Tabs"
Give it a name and save
Normal tap on the Bookmark button
Navigate to the folder you just created (under Favorites for me)
Long tap on the folder and choose "...
No. (Not yet) I would make sure you optimize your microphone setup and then retest to be sure the results are reproducible.
My educated guess is the Apple Silicon chips in iOS give Siri and edge over Macs without T2 chips even on those, you may be right and see differences in the two OS.
The thing you can control for now is checking that your microphone for ...
Yes, iOS 14 introduces a new type of MAC address randomization named "Private WiFi Addresses". This means that iOS selects a new, random MAC address for each WiFi network you connect to. Note that only the first time you connect a new address will be chosen - it stays the same for that network the following times you connect.
You can disable this ...
I think the main difference between the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s that stops iOS 14 supporting the iPhone 6 is probably the fact that the iPhone 6 has 1GB of system RAM (not storage), and the iPhone 6s has 2GB of system RAM.
There is not a lot that could be done to make an OS designed to run in at least 2GB of RAM, work on a system with only 1GB of RAM.
Even if ...
iPhone 6 does not support running any version of iOS beyond iOS 12.4.8. So it's not possible to install iOS 14 on it.
Apple routinely drops supports for older devices when releasing a new version of iOS. But also, there are some years when Apple does not drop support for any older device. E.g. All the iOS devices that supported running iOS 13 can also run ...
Two possibilities don’t include operator error.
Your cellular carrier has SMS to email enabled for your service.
The sender of the SMS has SMS to email enabled.
I would start with your carrier. This is easy to happen since AppleID and iMessages can be your email or AppleID or cellular number and the receiving party could have your contact commingled.
To turn off automatic switching, go to Settings > Bluetooth, tap the ⓘ button next to the name of your AirPods, tap Connect to This iPad, then tap When Last Connected to This iPad.
So to summarize, the app ipa is on the iOS device and you need more logs from iOS.
TestFlight is the solution to this sort of problem since it enables telemetry to the developer that you can’t get using iTunes or macOS Finder.
Tell the developer the app doesn’t launch when connected to the internet and to send a new build. Their code signing is being ...
It’s not clear which mail client you’re using, but this isn’t a bug with the native app on iOS 14 and just something that happens.
Since you have IMAP, I would delete the account from any device you feel is out of sync. In your case, delete the account(s) from the iPad and then power cycle the iPad.
Add in one account only and see how it reacts. If fine, ...
You don't need any third party apps to have your heart rate sampled all the time and displayed on the watch. You can customize each workout type to include or exclude a dozen metrics for the Outdoor Run type. Indoor run is the same and I don't use it, but the treadmill integration is amazing from what I hear when you sync your watch to equipment that will ...
You are correct, the sent mailbox behaves differently than all the others in my testing with iCloud and O365 and Fastmail IMAP.
I wouldn’t presume to speak for Apple when they decided how to implement those switches, but their intent is very clear and easy to reproduce. Perhaps someone familiar with IMAP standards or other mail clients can see if this is ...
I honestly don't see something blatantly different, but if you feel bad about it I suggest you tell Apple directly through this link
Besides that there is no other options in display to change the icon size it's either the "default" or "big".
I am seeing this issue with calls on third party apps, but the lock screen controls show for the native phone app. I haven't tried FaceTime audio or other Apple apps. It's possible that the third party apps need to be updated for iOS 14.
Shortly after posting the question, I found out that there is a new feature in iOS/iPadOS/WatchOS that changes the MAC address to an individual private one for every wifi network. I think I will be turning it off for my own wifi networks.
It seems to be turned on by default.
Ask people to install your app and opt in to location sharing, disclosing what you do and why is the best plan for 2020.
Same with screen time. Ask them to comply or use family sharing if your target group is small enough.
Watch here for more options in the future if things change on the MDM front: https://support.apple.com/guide/mdm/welcome/web
Native touch gestures work best in native apps. Especially the touch and hold the space bar to change the cursor to text selection tool.
Open pages or notes and do some typing and word selection.
client/server delays and functions like saving drafts alters responsiveness and fluidity.
On iOS 14 there is no preference you can set in the settings to disable highlight function in general or to change the gesture itself.
If your device gets bumped often or your touch this triggers highlights too fast, you can enable accessibility to increase the hold detection time and also keep swipe gestures fast to keep page swipes more responsive but the ...
I'm not entirely familiar with the technicalities of how this works, but Clash of Clans has an extra payment verification system, as do many popular games, that prevent the conventional in-app purchase bypass from working. You will not be able to get free gems/coins/etc. on Clash of Clans simply by jailbreaking your phone.
iOS has pretty tight controls on when an app can run. Mostly this means that if the app is not in the foreground, it cannot run, though there are exceptions. When you swipe away from an app, the app's state is saved in memory, so the next time you open it it's faster and more efficient to start up. The increase in memory usage this causes isn't a problem ...
The only way I manage this is to tap away from the word and then move the cursor by dragging it with my finger as close as I can get.
Like you though, I often sacrifice at least one character and on my iPad Pro often two or three AND have an issue with the shift key randomly selecting itself!
The accessibility zoom feature can be turned on and off with a double three-finger tap.
To control the zoom level, double three-finger tap and hold the second tap, then move your fingers up and down the screen to zoom in and out respectively. Pan with three finger drag.
It seems like this should work, but it doesn't. If you enter airplane mode while connected to Ethernet and attempt a call, you will receive this message:
"No Network Connection. Connect to a Wi-Fi network or disable airplane mode to place a call."
If you're on Verizon, a usable workaround is to download the Verizon Message+ iOS app. You can enable ...
PCalc is my top result for a search for ‘pc’ on iOS 14.
If you've only just updated to iOS 14, your device will likely still be indexing. This is probably the same issue as macOS where Spotlight search is very wrong right after an OS upgrade.
It is actually neither of the two. It is a third variant, namely that ordinary apps cannot run in the background. So when you're looking at some app, other apps in the background aren't consuming CPU time (which translates into battery power) - so quitting the app won't make it consume less.
In regarding to receiving notifications, which you mentioned, they ...
Apple can compel device enrollment automation that triggers no touch download and forced enrollment.
iOS devices require user approved enrollment unless the hardware was purchased under a business account. This subset of hardware can be automatically managed devices as part of an enterprise or business account. Your three steps ...
The term "freezing" here should not be interpreted literally. Freezing simply means that the display stops updating, audio stops playing or similar (i.e. nothing is happening) - it doesn't have anything to do with hot or cold environments.
The behavior you're seeing sounds like a hardware defect.
You mentioned already having tried upgrading iOS. I ...
As of the current date and time (Sept 16, 7:07pm GMT), Apple has not released the software to the public.
Some people have the beta installed so that's why they have it already.
Update 8:37pm GMT: It looks like the updates are rolling out now around the world.
Note you can also turn off cellular data (and Wi-Fi) before sending a text and the OS will send using SMS (assuming you have a phone signal) and turn it back on afterwards.
It's a bit annoying if you have to do it a lot but turning on and off iMessage is more annoying as it has to reactivate each time you want to turn it back on.