In general, no. The game developer can store progress on the device locally, on an iCloud / Game Center log in basis (or both) or save data off on a private server / public cloud.
It really depends very specifically on how the game was programmed to behave and you’d need to contact each vendor / read their documentation or experiment to understand how or if ...
As of June 2019 on iOS 12 on an iPad Air 2 (app version 74.0.3729.155) I found the following method to work. I do not own an iPhone, so I can’t comment on whether the same works there.
Click the menu icon (three dots), then „Settings“.
Enter the passwords submenu.
After a short delay, a list of your accounts should be displayed. A search-bar should be ...
No - on iOS 12 and lower, the device will not conserve data when you connect to WiFi.
Apple has previewed and announced that there will be a low data mode as part of iOS 13. This announcement was made at WWDC in June 2019 and also listed toward the bottom of this feature announcement page:
Low Data Mode
I had a very similar problem today. Turns out (source) despite asking for the newest iTunes, redsn0w is only compatible with certain (older) versions. Download and install iTunes 12.0.1 (Windows 32-bit - Windows 64-bit - OS X). Uninstalling newer versions might be tricky.
Even so, despite definitely being in DFU mode (iTunes said so!), I could not get ...
Is there a "deeper" wipe than ‘Erase All Content and Settings’ available?
Yes, in fact there are two. A restore from Recovery mode. Slightly deeper is a restore from DFU mode, but it's unlikely to be better in this case.
To restore from Recovery mode:
With the phone connected to a computer with the latest iTunes:
Press the Power and Home buttons and ...
Actually I found out recently, that even tho the iOS (iPhone/iPad) file system is case-sensitive, the iCloud storage IS NOT.
So if you could directly store to your iOS device, and not "hit" the iCloud storage you probably would be able to create the file(name).
Okay, so there might be a couple of reasons for this:
If your iPhone is below iOS 10.3, this difference may stem from the different file system format (Apple moved to APFS starting in iOS 10.3). This optimizes your app code size since APFS optimizes storage out of the box. See Here, Apple's Filesystem Documentation
Otherwise, it might simply because of the ...
Another 3rd party app is the Google App. (I am not affiliated with Google in any way, I have used this with success.)
The Google App has a feature called Google lens. This feature recognizes text and numbers on documents, either with the camera or a stored image.
Merely using the camera has fewer steps than below, point and tap. This should accomplish ...
Another alternative is Searchmoji.
It's a free keyboard that allow to search emojis with keyword.
The best part is that Searchmoji doesn't require full-access to work (like all the other third party keyboard out there), therefore there's no way you data will leave your iPhone.
I am a developer of this app.
More info here: Emoji keyboard app
iOS 12 and macOS Mojave introduced a feature called Secure Code AutoFill which lets you conveniently fill the security code/OTP in the active text field when one is received via SMS.
If you use a Mac which is linked with the same Apple ID as your iPhone, and you have enabled Text Message Forwarding under Settings app → Messages, the secure code/OTP ...
This feature isn’t implemented in iOS. You would probably be fastest to ask Siri to dial the number via dictation if you can see the number and speak it.
Some third party apps have image recognition like iOS does in the notes app when you hand write things or when a PDF can be scanned into searchable / copy able text.
One third party app that has a scanner ...
3rd party keyboards can't access data entered into the stock iOS keyboard, that's just the way Apple developed the API's. Without understanding the Text API's it will be difficult to explain why this is.
If you're concerned about keyboard security, however, you should be more concerned with what info 3rd-party keyboards send to their servers. These ...
to list all simulators xcrun simctl list devices or xcrun simctl list --json
to delete specific device xcrun simctl delete <device udid>
to remove old devices for runtimes that are no longer supported xcrun simctl delete unavailable
The short answer is Apple iOS does not expose the data you are seeking in the filesystem. The album data is inside a sandboxed location and not exposed. Some of the metadata is embedded in the image files, and another answer shows how to begin scraping that just from the photo images located in the open portion of the filesystem.
The sanctioned and also ...
You can't use search when looking for emoji in the stock iOS keyboard.
iOS uses predictive text to determine what emoji to offer you based on the words you're typing. While this isn't what you're asking for, you can see this iPhoneLife article for more info.
To search by emoji, you need to install and use a 3rd-party keyboard. Many developers offer ...
In this article, I'll answer the question on how to examine photo metadata with the exiftool.
There is the apple supplied sips command. man sips
$ sips -g format /Users/mac/Desktop/rockSlab.JPG
I give an example of exiftool for use on a mac. The use of exiftool on Windows command line will be the same. ...
Being that its the airport, you're most likely safe, but good rule of thumb is try to avoid free charging stations and use wall outlets wherever possible. Your iPhone can have malicious data transferred in and out of it if one of the ports has been tampered with.
To solve your problem, just simply go into iTunes with your device connected, and click the little icon of a phone below the play/pause button.
(The icon at the bottom right corner of picture)
Once in that page, scroll down to the "Options" and uncheck "Automatically sync when this device is connected.
If the "Sync with this device over Wi-Fi" is on, you ...
The app you are looking for is Due which can set up repeating reminders as you have described, AND (most importantly) it can repeat its reminder alarm every X minutes until it is marked "done" (at which point it will reset for the next occurrence). I use this for reminding me to take out the trash, which needs to be done every other Wednesday, for example.
Both macOS and iOS support "custom" repeat intervals that are somewhat flexible.
Based on reading your clarification, it doesn't sound like you need anything beyond a simple 2-week repeat interval per event but you may need more than one event if the days for the event occurrences in even-numbered weeks are not the same as the days for the event ...
If you have the SE app, you can do it easily there, as it’s one of the shortcuts on the editing row.
Another option (that also works in-browser), possibly faster than deleting spaces, is:
Type a hyphen
This will also sidestep the smart punctuation.
(As pointed out in comments...)
For further efficiency, you can copy-paste ...
The iOS 13 developer betas are available as device restore images and not in the form of beta profile (which is generally made available when a public beta is released). You'll need to download the full restore image and restore it onto a device.
Go to Apple Developer - Download and log into with your Apple ID registered in the Apple Developer Program to ...
Apple say that this iPad requires OS X 10.11.6 or later and iTunes 12.8 or later to sync with a Mac, so I'm going to guess that you're out of luck trying to use it with iPhoto.
You could try:
Seeing if you can download the photos using the Image Capture app on the Mac (Launchpad > Other, or find it in the Applications folder)
Transferring the photos via a ...
If you don't want to turn off Smart Punctuation as suggested in muru's answer, you can type a space between each hyphen then go back and delete the spaces. The hyphens will not be changed into typographic dashes.
The obvious suggestion would be to set up a text replacement in Settings > General > Keyboard > Text Replacement, so that (for example) typing ...
Cronios lets you do so with help from shortcuts. It is not officially possible to run shortcuts in background for long.
I would like some community help in making the shortcut which runs in the background or is triggered by battery percentage hitting 80 and then toggling Low power mode on.
This workflow is not as understandable to me as compared to other ...
Turning off Smart Punctuation (in Settings → General → Keyboard) allows me to type multiple hyphens without them being converted to em-dashes.
(Side note: here's a post by the creator of Markdown about this feature.)
As far as I can tell, this setting has two effects:
Change repeated hyphens to dashes
Change quotes and apostrophes to smart, locale-aware ...
You can configure most of your phone's settings to be the same as their Low Power Mode equivalents. This includes turning off email fetch, background app refresh, automatic downloads, and iCloud photo sync. As well as setting screen lock to 30 seconds and keeping the brightness low.
List of Low Power Mode settings
This is not an official apple document but it works.
Also, since you don't have any query about any other iOS or iTunes version, answer is link-only.
The app in question is presenting a system provided UIImagePickerController to choose image for setting as user's profile picture.
From the PhotoKit Apple Developer documentation, Requesting Authorization to Access Photos:
When using the UIImagePickerController to bring up the user's photo library, your app doesn't need to request permission explicitly.
If the app developer removed them from the App Store then you can't download them again.
It's up to the app developer to continue to offer older versions of their app, not Apple.
During the shift from 32-bit to 64-bit apps, developers had to change their old apps to comply with the architecture change in iOS. Most did; some did not.
Technically - not much. Legally and practically - a lot!
You can easily copy resources such as an ML model that someone spent a lot of resources on creating.
However it is illegal to do so almost everywhere in the world, and you will be facing fines or other types of punishments if you cross that line and get caught.
Another factor is practically. Usually ...
A simple Web search revealed this app which claims to monitor data usage on your iOS device.
My Data Manager VPN Security
Some of the features as listed in the app description are:
Monitor your data usage on mobile, WiFi, and roaming
Find out which apps are eating up your mobile data
Get alerts before you reach your data limit to avoid overage fees
Disconnect from Bluetooth accessories (Apple):
Open Control Center and tap [the Bluetooth icon]￼. The icon dims and your device disconnects from any accessory it's connected to, except for Apple Watch, Instant Hotspot, Apple Pencil, and Continuity features, like Handoff. If Bluetooth is turned off, you won’t be able to connect your iOS device to your ...
If you're using Data most of the time, I suggest turning off data for iMessages in cellular settings. This will send them as regular messages given other settings in JBis's answer are in place. This might require additional step in previously "Blue" threads which is: Hold the message and tap "send as text message."
This method doesn't delete previous ...
I switch between iMessage and straight MMS/SMS frequently. I was surprised when my iPhone 6 (IOS 12.3.1) would not send a message but instead gave the error above. Going to the apple site here (https://selfsolve.apple.com/deregister-imessage/), I came across an additional step which I have not had to do before. Even with iMessage off in settings, I was ...
Firstly, all iPhones since the iPhone 5s support the Message Access Profile (MAP). For more information see Bluetooth profiles that iOS supports.
As for how you can get this to work, it seems to me you’ve done a great job of trying to troubleshoot this. However, one thing you probably missed (because it isn’t at all obvious!) is the fact you may need to ...
In the past when I have had that problem, I would disconnect the USB, restart both the phone and the client system, then reconnect the phone. Make sure you are logged on to your phone and it is open before you make the connection. When it asks if you want to share the content of your phone with the system you just connected to, be sure to answer yes.
Turning it off and on again
The first and easiest solution was to restart the iOS device (I found this while trying the second solution). Then both Image Capture and Photos were able to see and download the photos and videos, although Image Capture gave an error 50:
I needed to restart the device to import a few remaining photos. Image Capture is still ...
I noticed that when I've done this on my iPhone, and then opened the Rate Song... dialog again, right afterwards it too showed 0 stars; however when I looked at the song in iTunes on my Mac it showed the appropriate rating. When I returned to the iOS dialog it was correct as well. So I think it's working. it's just taking a bit for the interface to catch up.
Get the respective printer's IP address.
Printer touchscreen menu:
Settings > General Settings > Network Settings > Network Status > Wired LAN/Wi-Fi Status
Enter the IP address of the printer into a web browser (override security warning if needed).
The web-based printer config UI appears.
Click the Basic Settings link (lower left, see ...
Zero configuration is needed on iOS past turning it on or turning it off.
All configuration on iOS is about extending the calling that works on your iPhone to other non phone devices.
Hit up your carrier if you can’t turn on WiFi calling.
Here is their compatibility page:
They say any unlocked GSM phone works, so the only problem with an iPhone from AT&T service would be a carrier lock. Be sure you confirm AT&T has unlocked your device if you’re not sure it’s unlocked - but that seems to be something you have already done from your description.