Per specs, only iPads with cellular modems have GPS built in—where by definition all iPhones will have it.
There's a discussion thread in Apple communities that appears well-sourced with a few links to more information.
Speaking from experience, full-fledged GPS in an iOS device WILL drain battery quite quickly—due to the need for satellite tracking. That ...
X_841 is correct.
In Photos, select the RAW image or images that you want to export.
Under the File Menu, select Export, then select Export Unmodified Original.
Save the file where ever you choose.
That file will be save out in it's unmodified RAW format.
This became possible natively in iOS 13. From the docs:
Manage items in the list: Tap the list to see the menu, tap the Show More Items button, tap Checklist, then tap Check All, Uncheck All, Delete Checked, or Move Checked to Bottom.
It only works for contiguous checkboxes, not lists separated by other text. (Credit to this r/ios post for the lead.)
FYI, I ran this and discovered that unless you turn on the speaker phone, the spoken audio will come through the phone headset.
You could try doing this as a shortcut.
Step 1, you would have to have the phone dial the sequence that you have listed with the pauses. That would have to be a pre-set contact.
Step 2, you have to set a Wait. You'd have to set the ...
I had a similar problem. Tapping the "Get" button would only cause the button to disappear and reappear silently. After I signed out of the App Store and tried to sign back in, I would get an alert that simply said "Could Not Sign In".
After a bit of troubleshooting, I realized that my home network was blocking access to init.itunes.apple....
I think if you connected your device into the same computer each time, you would get this message only once. Apple is only setting up a level of trust between a single computer and mobile device. (I've had iPads report this message as well.)
I'm just guessing here, but I think it's because Apple cares about your privacy. This exact message would also pop up ...
With the release of iOS 14 and macOS Big Sur, this is a feature available now built into Safari. A translation icon will appear in the address bar when on a page that can be translated.
Just update your iPhone using your iPhone update function, not the one offered in iTunes.
I have overseen another possible solution in the link of the question:
"Finally just put iPhone into Recovery Mode and did an update.
SUCCESS. It did the 12.4.1 update and all seems fine."
Probably that would have helped as well. But the easiest solution is ...
As a (former) iPhone 7 user with a similar problem, I presume you are also unable to record voice memos or audio in your videos. If so, I am afraid it is a common problem having to do with the sound card of your iPhone 7: https://www.consumeraffairs.com/news/apple-iphone-7-owners-report-sound-issue-011519.html Apple has previously offered cheap(er) repairs ...
I just tested the changing password approach and it works. You additionally have to verify the password change by entering your code on your phone while it is connected.
Another option would be to download a program like iBackup viewer.
Then you can also see what the backup contains.
If you saved it in keychain, it will auto-fill in the Change Password dialog.
If so, it's listed in keychain as "iOS Backup", where you can open the plaintext version to see.
If not, then I think you'll have to try changing it to see if you remembered it correctly. I don't know if it will allow changing to the same password - never tested that.
This is a bug on ios 14.
From an article on Medium.com:
...Turns out I’m not the only one seeing weird issues with screentime.
There doesn’t seem to be a correlation in regards to the iPhone model.
It also doesn’t seem to be a very common problem. However, others have
been reporting other odd screentime glitches. Some have reported their
screentime being ...
I had this problem for several weeks, starting in December 2020. I had four apps marked as having updates available. All of these failed with the error shown if I tried to update them. This is on an iPhone 4S running iOS 9.3.6.
Apple support suggested using two step security and registering a payment method, but these had no effect. Reset Network Settings ...
After sharing multiple photos and videos in a shared album, each user with access to the shared album can independently sort the order of the media as they wish on their own device.
The procedure to sort the photos is slightly different between iOS, iPadOS, and macOS. See below
Sorting in iOS (similarly in iPadOS with the difference of how to navigate to the ...
My mother, even after her 100th birthday, used the Photo App on her iPad.
All the photos I take on my iPhone go to Apple's iCloud, as both devices run under my Apple-Id she saw my photos at her home even when I was abroad.
If using different Apple-Ids, family sharing will work as well.
If you have a huge amount of pictures, say >10'000 photos, >50 GB, ...
I have an idea.
get off the nand flash from the mainboard.
copy all nand flash data to a large one.
solder the large nand flash with data to the mainboard.
update new IOS with itunes.
Because changing a new larger nand flash in China is a very common thing. And there is a nand data mirroring tech in 2016 on Iphone 5C.
So I think Combine these two ...
Any USB storage works in the files app now. Based on the age of the iPad, you might be stuck with a local share but new gear running iOS 12 and macOS 10.14 would make this quite easy with any cheap USB slow storage directly connected.
If you need lightning connector, those devices are inexpensive but cost more than ...
I think making the Mini into a fileserver is your best shot. That way they can access the files on it through Files on the iPad. You can also access the Mini this way (when you're at their place) and so it's easy all the way around. This approach means you don't even have to buy anything else. Just allow the Mini to be shared across the local network and you'...
The closest you can currently do is to automatically open the correct settings screen using Shortcuts. This can be achieved by creating an URL and opening it in Safari:
This will open the settings accordingly in the right place.
More URL schemes can be found here: A Comprehensive Guide to All 120+ Settings URLs ...
I followed these steps
You have to have the CS prefs on your Mac.. It is created as soon as you launch Logic Pro.. so again, follow the steps exactly as stated.. Do not try to do it another way..
Also do the same for the com.apple.logic10.plist which is the correct file name.. for Logic's own prefs.. (The one you tried to use previously was for earlier ...
Plug your device into your Mac
Open finder and on the left sidebar under "locations" you should see your device
Click on it and a button will appear in the finder window that says "trust"
Click it and you will see the "trust" dialog open on your device
Tap trust on your device
tested on macOS 11.1 and iOS 14.2
While not the same error message, a family member was having trouble with WhatsApp and it looks like a new feature of iOS14 is the culprit.
If you open up the Settings for WhatsApp and make sure that it has Local Network access that might solve your issue
I originally wrote this as a comment, but since one user suggested I write it as an answer, here it is:
I'd recommend using iMazing for managing, exporting, and viewing, your iOS device's files. One particularly nice feature that iMazing supports is the ability to export WhatsApp conversations in PDF form as well as all media items. NOTE: the free version of ...
The audio codec and the bluetooth profile are completely separate things. The linked site confuses the terminology. In fact a device, including audio devices, may operate several profiles simultaneously and there are supported profiles that have no audio at all, such as Braille accessories.
If you actually want to know about profiles, the list of currently ...
Add both of Joe's phone numbers to the text. Most text message systems will support this. So long as both people understand that Joe is using two numbers then there is no confusion, this doesn't meet the requirement of Sally remaining ignorant of two phones in use.
The other answer of using an AppleID only works if the two phones are linked by AppleID, and ...
Yes, but it's a trade-off. The answer is to turn off "Sync across devices" in Screentime settings. That way, all your App Limits can be different on different devices.
The downside is that it also stops syncing all the other Screentime settings, so you'll have to individually maintain the Always Allowed list, the Downtime hours, etc. Any changes ...
The title and body ask two different things, ‘app package’ and ‘original files’.
The ‘original files’, source code, is never uploaded to Apple. You will need to get these from the original developer.
The compiled ‘app package’ in an .ipa bundle for execution on an iOS device (not Simulator) cannot be downloaded from App Store Connect.
Apple does not ...
I made a small app for that: DevBrow
Clears cache every website refresh, deletes cookies and automatic ads random parameter to the URL to force a complete reload.
Prior if I recall correctly iOS 9, e.g iOS 7 and 8 you had to sign out, and then wipe all settings as Find my Device was still left active if you don't.
Since iOS 9 and later Reset all Settings signs you out of iCloud and also asks to disable Find my Device, but you will still see the device on icloud.com web or in your iCloud profile. This does not affect ...
If you did a factory reset (Settings > General > Reset < Erase All Content and Settings) it asked you for your AppleID password at that point, right?
That should, while factory resetting, dis-associate your AppleID. If you're seeing the "Hello" welcome initial start-up screen, you should be good.
Isn't AAC a codec, not a BT profile?
Seems AAC is nested in A2DP - ref. Wikipedia
From the Apple documentation
"Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP 1.3)
This profile works with iPhone 5s and later, iPad Air and later, and iPod touch (6th generation) and later."
The technical specs for A2DP are ...
I rely on Charles Proxy for web analysis. It's not clear if that's all you need - but it's a great start for many apps that call API.
How do you watch HTTP requests an iPhone app is making?
If you need actual packet capture, Apple describes how to do that on macOS / iOS / iPadOS and other operating systems here:
Got into the same trouble 7 years later,,,
I got into the full screen mode on Google Draw.
The way out is subtle but easy
Just tap on any area twice and a context menu will pop up giving you a n option to exit the full screen mode
EDIT: I found the direct link to the Shortcut discussed below. Personally tried the Shortcut and it works flawlessly!
There seems to be a way to do it using Shortcuts. Visit this link and then use Find on Page to look for "Create Hyperlink". It looks like it will take a little effort to get it up and running, but once it's created should be fairly ...
There is a feature for filtering photos in the iOS Photos app which allows you to quickly find previously edited photos. To access this capability click the three dots at the top right of the photos app (the three dots are located next to the "select" button).
After pressing the three dots (...) you will see the following screen:
Whenever you lose your cell connection, and reconnect again, Facetime / iMessage may need to verify if your cellular network has changed and thus the SMS request pop-ups. (Nobody at Apple must have thought of your scenario of frequent disconnection as that is rare).
See this answer for a short term solution - and contact Apple support and report your issue ...