I understand your frustration with this issue! When you edit a photo on iOS, it keeps the original and creates a text file with an .aae extension containing instructions of the changes/edits made to the original file. iOS renders the original file per .aae file which makes it look like it’s an additional image. The Photos & Lightroom MacOS applications ...
I've been plagued with the same annoying recurring problem. Very time-consuming to have to Cursor over and delete the duplicated text. I checked my accessibility and it was already set to voice control off. I dug a bit further and there is a second section, customize commands > that has multiple options. At the bottom of the list is “accessibility “. When ...
While you can't see a current list of what is connected to your iphone's personal hotspot, you can goto Settings/Cellular/go down to the CELLULAR DATA section and click Personal Hotspot that has a Data amount next to it, and you will see a list of each device and the amount of data they have used on the hotspot.
Don't do it! iOS 13 breaks the iPhone 6s in important ways.
Mail doesn't work properly. Some messages don't download at all, mail
retrieval is very slow, and sometimes only the message header is
Battery life is reduced by about 25 percent (my
guesstimate, I have to hook up a charger at least three times a day).
The new sharing UI is ...
FWIW, this just happened to me. Had auto updates turned off, kinda freaked me out. Turned out, in my case, I had enabled “offload unused apps” to free up space - got a feeling this might be why all my apps needed re-downloading. Not sure if “re-downloading” == “upgrade”.
Here's a different Applescript that I wrote, which works for me. With this you can just select a photo in Photos and run the script, without adding the photo to a new album. I saved it in the scripts folder Photos, so it shows up as a menu item in Photos.
tell application "Photos"
set selectedPhotos to get selection -- Get the selected photo
The merging of message-threads with the same contact was introduced in iOS 12. But Apple didn’t officially announce it, what caused a lot of confusion, because sometimes it also merged different contacts: Forbes: Apple iOS 12 Has An Embarrassing Problem
Had exactly the same problem in macos Catalina v10.15.2 and Photos v5.0 (121.17.170).
I had tagged one photo with one new person and I waited days for more pictures of that person to be discovered.
Hopefully this might help:
After manually tagging a few more photos with that "new" person, came back to People and clicked on the person's face, then ...
I've created an app to change the App Store Country with just a click.
Here you can find the app: https://www.producthunt.com/posts/app-store-country-changer-aso-hack
I only need to switch the country for my ASO strategy.
After consulting with Apple it turns out that
Automatic sync should happen every time the phone plugs into the computer while iTunes is running
None of my the iTunes installations did this on macOS or Windows, which is an error
To work around this required manually syncing a folder with a photo in it to the phone, on both windows and macOS separately. ...
Your app icon is displayed in many places, including in Finder, the Dock, Launchpad, and the App Store. To ensure that your app icon looks great everywhere people see it, provide it in the following sizes.
512px × 512px (512pt × 512pt @1x)
1024px × 1024px (512pt × 512pt @2x)
You must actively encrypt sensitive data. This is the only way you can reliably manage the risk involved.
Every iOS application's data is stored within a container. In theory only your application and the operating system can access the contents of this container.
You can opt for the operating system to handle the encryption for your app:
It appears that the sound volumes are closely related, but you can change the tones you have selected (at least for text messages and alerts).
You can also make sure that you are adjusting the ringer/alert volume and not the media volume.
Navigate to Settings Then open Sounds & Haptics Then under RINGER AND ALERTS enable "Change with Buttons"
There is no built-in means to secure only web browsers on iOS with a passcode that wouldn't also affect the entire device.
Consider erasing the iPhone and enrolling it in an MDM, or mobile device manager, such as Jamf Now.
To proceed, you'll need to use Apple's free Configuration Manager 2.
While you can enroll an iOS device into an MDM (not just Jamf) ...
The short answer is no because it is generated from a lot of variables. As per Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UDID) [on] devices introduced between 2007 and 2018 it was represented as a 40-digit lowercase hex code, and for device models introduced after 2018, as a 25-digit uppercase hex code.
Turn phone to Airplane Mode
Restart the iPhone (Press and quickly release the volume up button. Press and quickly release the volume down button. Press and hold the side button. When the Apple logo appears, release the button).
Turn Airplane mode off
The answer depends on what you mean by "making the same app for iPad".
If you mean that you're going to take the app (its source code) and make it compatible with both the iPhone and the iPad at the same time - and then publish that on the App Store for both platforms - then yes, you can do that. When you change your Info.plist to indicate that you support ...
You can look on Wikipedia and see the oldest generation iPod that goes past iOS 9 is the 6th generation.
See if your web browser can stream podcasts while you decide what to do. Apple support pages are a good resource as well for what hardware supports which iOS.
You can do this photo at a time by first downloading the Exif Metadata app. Once this app is installed, open it and allow it to access your photos. Select a photo and then near the bottom of the screen, you'll see EXIF followed by metadata. Scroll all the way to the bottom and you should see an Edit Exif button. Press this button and press on the date of the ...
The screenshot you showed is for iOS simulator runtimes. The data you are asking about is the dylib cache for your iPhone, which Xcode copies from the device. If you don't want to use that device for development, select it in the Devices Window in Xcode and deselect it as available for development. That should prevent it from being used for development in ...
Looks like it wasn't downloading the thing, I checked in activity monitor after deleting the folder. It copies it from somewhere else, most likely
Xcode simulator constantly download something
I removed all the listed items from Xcode's Window Menu → devices and simulators, which ...
Ok I figured out whats wrong. See this thread for an answer (TLDR: iTunes database was corrupted) https://discussions.apple.com/thread/4474508
DO NOT RESTORE
It could be one of two (or both) files are corrupt on your
iPhone (or other iDevice), they are
is an fast fix for this, even if your
iDevice is non
See: Tombstone (data store).
In brief, a tombstone is a token in a distributed data storage system that gets put in place when a record is deleted. It's needed for synchronizing different stores on the distributed system. For example, if record 'A' is deleted on one store, when the system tries to sync it may see another copy of record 'A' on a different ...
If you have a jailbroken iOS/iPadOS device, you can use the command "lsof" to find out which process has that specific port open.
You would run it like this:
lsof -n -iTCP
It would list ports that the process has open with the mark "(LISTEN)" at the end. Outgoing connections would be marked differently depending on their state, typically "(ESTABLISHED)", "...
Custom URL Schemes
You can define and use a custom URL scheme to interact with other apps on iOS:
Defining a Custom URL Scheme for Your App
Custom URL schemes provide a way to reference resources inside your app. Users tapping a custom URL in an email, for example, launch your app in a specified context. Other apps can also trigger your app to launch ...
Yes - that is absolutely possible. No there aren’t different chips or antennas, but physical damage could alter the antenna length and the chip could be damaged or another frequency leaking which makes reception on the 4G data rate impossible.
Without debug logs or a signal tracker or opening the iPhone, you only have empirical testing or trying to erase / ...
So it looks like this is impossible.
Yes, Notes does support IMAP and this can be set up by adding an Email account to iOS (or macOS) and checking "Notes" there.
However those kind of Notes are handicapped: you can't draw there with Apple Pencil, can't use any markdown like tables/bullets. Basically it is just Text and (image) attachments, making this ...
First you enable iCloud and all the services that you want to backup (for most it's all the checkboxes). During the night the iPhones makes an iCloud backup for that day.
So if you were to restore the iPhone, in setup process you could either choose to setup as new, backup from Mac or backup from the iCloud. If you choose iCloud, you would get everything ...
There used to be a statement in the iCloud Terms and Conditions Version from March 1, 2017 (Internet Archive Link) that "iCloud will store your last three backups" (for a device).
However, this statement has been removed as of 2020. The Terms now only say that "If a device has not backed up to iCloud for a period of one hundred and eighty (180) days, Apple ...
In general: Yes, as this article (and others) suggest.
But it always depends on the exact keyboard. If you can't find results on google for your exact model, you can only find out by testing it.
If you try it, I would recommend using a usb-converter with both a USB & Lightning port, mainly for this reason:
You’ll want the connection kit I linked ...
As far as I know: Not really.
All you can do is to jailbreak it - as @Nimesh Neema suggested -, which is usually done to do some customization of iOS. It shouldn't allow you to install apps that require a newer iOS, yet you can install apps outside of the AppStore. I am pretty sure though, what you are looking for, does not exist.
Is it possible to submit the update for review, but not have it released immediately after it gets approved
Yes. It's possible to do so.
When submitting your app for review on App Store Connect, simply select the option to manually release the app instead of automatically release. This way, once the app is approved by Apple, it is kept at hold for release ...
This happens because someone, that also is in your contact list, tries to enter a password for the WiFi network your device is connected to. If possible, find the MacBook Pro it wants to share the WiFi code with, and check if the MacBook is trying to connect to the WiFi network. If it is, power the MacBook off or type in the WiFi password on the MacBook.
It is possible to convert synced photos to camera roll.
The Apple Community post "Syncing" Photos from iTunes into Camera Roll shows how.
Note that duplicating a large number of images will take a long time, I had something like 500 images and it took at least 10 minutes.
This method is the fastest way to do this that I know of. Note that creating an ...
If you stop listening to a show for a while, Apple Podcasts might pause your subscription. The shows and downloaded episodes stay in your library, but new episodes might not be updated. To continue getting new episodes, subscribe again.
New episodes won't download to your device, but episodes that are already in your library won’t be deleted.
From email to books, let your iPhone read to you. If you
have a hard time reading the text on your iPhone, use Speak Screen to
read your email, iMessages, web pages, and books. Turn on Speak Screen
and swipe down from the top of the screen with two fingers, or just
tell Siri to Speak Screen and have all the content on the page read
To save and forward any Screen shot from an iPhone with the original screen resolution, just follow the below steps.
Take the screen shot
Save the screen shot to files (on your apple device)
then share it using AirDrop.
If the developer didn’t program the hooks to receive a forward, you cannot accomplish this. Contact the developer or choose another app that has that feature.
If the developer enabled this, the mechanics are easy to curate your list of share destinations:
Tap share, swipe to the right end and tap “more” for shifting the order of apps, and also enabling/...