In addition to using iTunes, you can also use iCloud to unlock:
1. Visit the iCloud webpage with another device and log in to your Apple account.
2. Select "Find iPhone" among various functions on the page.
3. At the top of the page you jump to, click All Devices.
4. Select the iPad that is now disabled among all displayed devices.
5. Find the "Erase" button,...
You can use a Bluetooth mouse with iOS 13 by opening Settings > Accessibility > Switch Control > Switches, and then from there add the Bluetooth device. This allows you to control a cursor on screen.
You can also do on-screen navigation using other third party hardware in form of "ordinary" Switch Control equipment. In addition it is possible to use the ...
Sidecar has no settings to change monitor arrangement. You only enable the iPad as an additional display in the Mac's System Preferences. You still have to go to "Displays" in your Mac's System Prefs to change the arrangement of the iPad as a display relative to your Mac.
After (2) days of dragging things in the opposite direction to the iPad display it ...
Is it possible to use 2 iPads simultaneously with Sidecar?
The current implementation of Sidecar in macOS Catalina and iPadOS 13 doesn't allow using two iPads simultaneously as Sidecar target. While this is not explicitly mentioned by Apple, all the support documents hint towards the conclusion that only a single iPad can be used as a Sidecar target.
In case you have multiple displays connected (and one of them is iPad), toggling mirror off/on was not working for me. What helped was to disconnect other displays and then try toggling mirroring tricks when only the iPad is connected.
Connecting a webcam to your iPad isn't as straightforward as you might think. The iPad doesn't natively support USB cameras through the Camera Connection Kit, nor can it wirelessly connect to a webcam over Wi-Fi.
Nevertheless, there is a way to view your webcam's video feed on your iPad and even record what it's seeing -- but only with a small number of ...
The text for "Always Allowed" says that it lets you use certain apps during Downtime or when the "All Apps and Categories" limit has passed. Unfortunately it doesn't say anything about not counting those apps towards any limits.
You could make a new limit that affects every app except Facetime, like this:
(Here I used the Camera app as an example, but you ...
I have another solution to this circumstance if you can avoid an option of cloning different Apple IDs. The main objective is to have an app on your developer's iPad.
Make Sure Your Device is Backed Up.
First, your iPhone or iPad should be backed up either to iCloud or to iTunes on your computer. If it's not, plug it in and launch iTunes. When you see ...
I’d say - superficially you’re doing it wrong. I’m sure there were good intentions to start, but a little professional management would go a long way in your situation. You'll need automation and someone to learn and/or explain how these iPads will be managed securely:
There’s no fighting the inherent design of iOS to be tied closely to an AppleID.
You need ...
It's actual a very simple setup that is needed that doesn't involve "tethering" at all.
Basically what you need to do is to set up the Raspberry Pi for USB "gadget" - meaning that it makes an ethernet device available over USB. For the most easy setup, setup a DHCP server on the Raspberry Pi to automatically give out IPs.
On the iOS device - all you need ...
I struggled with the same problem and just now finally solved it. The issue was for me that I didn't earlier "Trusted my iPad" on my mac, and "Trusted my Mac" on my iPad.
Here's a how to:
After doing this, it finally connects via cable and is hopyfully less buggy. x'3
If you are really working on Jamf MDM and to have centralized AV, then I highly recommend Crowdstrike from Falcon.
Crowdstrike's Lightweight sensor technology is ideal for mobile devices, and CrowdStrike’s cloud-native platform provides the perfect conduit to manage, administer and hunt for data.
More detail on: Crowdstrike for mobile
Go through it and ...
I would like to use the mac as a proxy somehow
You've said "proxy" — it means you're half-way there:
Proxy has to be run on Mac1;
iPad should be configured to use it.
As often happens similar things are already done by someone and are on Internet, check it out: "How to connect an iOS device to your computer via a SOCKS proxy".
I'll add a small adjustment ...
If your VPN is a "tunnel-all (traffic)" VPN, and runs as software on your Mac, which most are, it's not going to be possible to get your iPad to connect to it / the tunnel.
Most VPNs establish a routing rule that renders local WiFi devices (other hosts, WiFi printers, etc.) unavailable. I live this life nearly 24/7 which makes my work machine unsuitable for ...
The Nook App isn't very intuitive when it comes to telling you how to sideload books onto your iOS device, however it is possible. Unfortunately, it's not as simple as just hooking up the device via USB and letting Calibre handle it. There are two methods:
Via USB (cable) and iTunes
Downloaded from shared site
USB Cable & iTunes
It's fairly easy to ...
You can find them after you've enabled "stats for nerds" in account (icon) > settings > toggle "stats for nerds".
Then when playing a video, tap "more", select "stats for nerds".
Apparently we are nerds.
Posterization: What, Why, and How:
Posterization in art is a method of reducing the tonal range in an image, that is, reducing the range of colors. This converts areas with subtle gradations of color into flat areas of color without any gradations; what were gradations in the original photograph appear as sudden changes in color shade. This ...
I have a similar situation and resolved it by setting up a VPN client on the iPad so that it connects directly to those addresses.
The built in VPN client in IPSec mode works great with Cisco.
The L2TP works great with most standard commercial VPN solutions (like Meraki)
OpenVPN works with many consumer grade VPNs (like NetGear Orbi)
Doing this allows me ...
A better approach: Create a separate user account on the Mac and have that account login to the other Apple ID. Only sync her iPad on that account.
I took another approach: when we married, we downloaded everything stored on her iCloud, then switched her devices to my Apple ID. The reason for that is so that we could share more things than "family share" ...
For iOS 13 in 2019:
Settings > Passwords & Accounts > yourEmail@example.com
Account > Advanced > Mail > Advanced > Move Discarded Messages Into:
Then select Archive Mailbox or Deleted Mailbox
This changes the iOS 13 Mail bottom toolbar icon to an Archive box or Trash can, respectively: