My Mac kept nagging after configuring a new iPhone. Despite turning WiFi calling on on the Mac, and rebooting, the nags kept re-appearing.
What finally caused a stop was updating my E911 emergency contact on the phone. No more Mac nags!
"iCloud is sync, not backup" that is an argument I've heard whenever things go wrong in iCloud syncing etc. Backup is always good. You'd value it when you'd need it.
Does icloud photos strip any metadata or change the quality?
None that I've observed so far. All my photos sync across iPhone and Mac and I do edits etc., on both of them. Metadata is not ...
Can you try disabling iCloud syncing for the said app, if it doesn't trouble you much ?
iBooks for iPhone showed the same behaviour, automatically deleting books despite available storage. I had to turn off iCloud for iBooks .
Apple does not expose this data to users, so the answer is a general no.
Whether the data was captured doesn’t matter as much as observability does - similar to the “if a tree falls in a forest” thought experiment.
There's a difference between hardware support (new battery, replacement screen, etc) and software support.
Typically, Apple provides hardware support for 5 years after manufacture on their products.
The iPhone 5S is not currently listed as 'vintage'. However, it's possible the list may be updated shortly, as the phone was discontinued 5 years ago.
Natively available in iOS 13
This functionality is now built into iOS 13 by Apple. Safari running in iOS 13 lets you screenshot the entire webpage as a single continuous image.
To do that, open the desired webpage in Safari, and simply take a screenshot as you would normally do on your device, and tap on the thumbnail shown immediately shown towards the ...
Apple's support documents only list the "Lightning to USB 3 Camera Adapter" as compatible with this process. If you want to be guaranteed that it works - use that adapter.
You can test your old adapter without fear of breaking. If the "Lightning to USB Camera Adapter" works for you, it will be capped at USB 2 speeds, as it doesn't support higher speeds.
iOS 10 was officially released on September 13, 2016.
iOS 10.3.3 was released on July 19, 2017.
iOS 10.3.4 was released on July 22, 2019
iOS 11 was officially released on September 19, 2017.
iOS 11.4.1 was released on July 9, 2018.
[iOS] 12.0 was [released] on September 17, 2018.
iOS 12.4.1 was released on August 26, 2019
You may want to read If you can't update or restore your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch on Apple's website. Essentially, You have two main options.
1. Force restart your iPhone
In other words, force your iPhone to reboot. How you do this will depend on your model of iPhone. Since you haven't specified this, refer to Force restart iPhone on Apple's website.
Generally speaking, yes.
I imagine there is a minimum OS version on both Android and iOS but there is an officially supported (by Apple) method which they detail here. There is also an app "Move to iOS", that goes on the Android phone available in Google Play.
No, it is not practically possible to exchange or reuse hardware in that manner to avoid the Activation Lock. It might be possible for some very skilled, well-equipped techs at Apple - but for the rest of us - no.
Your company can however contact Apple and get the locked phones unlocked as they should have receipts, etc. on their books to prove ownership.
You are correct, the iPhone SE does not have 3D Touch. What you most likely witnessed is that your cousin was running the iOS 13 Beta and as a result of this, Haptic Touch is now available on some older iPhones that never had 3D Touch.
In terms of what you can do about it, you’re in luck because iOS 13 is now available to the public. All you need to do is ...
Apple typically announces new phone models in September. The new phone models usually take the spot at the high end of Apple’s pricing structure and the last one or two years of models slide down in price to become the “low cost” iPhone options. The pricing change occurs right as the new iPhones are announced, even if the new phones won’t ship for another ...
During the iPhone 11 announcement, Apple said they were reducing the price of the iPhone 8 to starting at $449 and the iPhone XR to starting at $599. These price changes are currently effective on Apple's website.
Historically, Apple announces new models and pricing and at the same time, refreshes their official pricing the same day as the keynote / press ...
Use iOS devices where the ambient temperature is between 0º and 35º C (32º to 95º F).
Some of the reasons I can think of:
Not having proper ventilation around the phone. Even though this is a prominent thing for laptops, phones also need to dissipate heat.
Low cellular connectivity. Poor Wi-Fi won't heat up ...
You could experiment with using the Text Replacement function in Settings > General > Keyboard. While in iMessage, type the shortcut to spool out the replacement text. It was able to hold quite a lot of text to spool, too.
Welcome to Ask Different! I know of no way to do this internally in imessage. A workaround, which you may have already considered, is to open the notes app and leave it open to a new note page. Every time you reply to a text message just copy it and paste it in the Notes page. Now whenever you receive the same message, you can copy and paste from Notes. This ...
A one-to-one text message uses SMS. A group message uses MMS and this requires data. You would likely have the same issue if someone texts you a picture directly as this also uses MMS.
Check with your service provider though, as some include picture messaging (i.e. MMS) for "free" and don't count it as data. In which case you could leave iMessage enabled ...
First, open Google application (it is not Chrome, fully G icon Google apps) that you have installed on your iPhone. Click on three dots ...(More) -> Settings-> Notifications from where you can disable and customize notifications.
Yes, you can use an iPad Pro to charge other devices, including an iPhone.
According to Apple:
To charge your iPhone or earlier-model iPad that has a Lightning port,
connect it to iPad Pro using the Apple USB-C to Lightning Cable. If
you have a Lightning to USB cable, you can combine it with the Apple
USB-C to USB Adapter, then connect the adapter ...
I too have a limit on my data and their updates aren't exactly small in size but are currently about 2.5 GB in file size which is quite expensive if you are on restricted data.
For years I had to manually keep on deleting these updates so that I didn't accidentally install the update and to get rid of those relentless notifications, but good news I have ...
First off, I would try force quitting all of your open apps and seeing if that solves the issue. It looks like 'HQ' in your list above is using quite a bit of battery.
If that fails, I would try a force restart of your iPhone. Note this is different than a standard power on/off.
Also, please confirm there is sufficient hard drive space on your iPhone. If ...
I have these this "ghost app" situation a few times. Sometimes it happens if your phone restarts/powers off during the download/installation process?
Try the following as a resolution:
Click on each icon to see if it either goes away by itself, or, if it starts downloading/installing. (Sometimes, restarting your phone at this stage actually fixes it as ...
No web or PC interface are viable.
Just messages on macOS allows a non iOS interface, however all recent iOS devices have full keyboard support. Wired and wireless keyboards work great even on an iPhone and command tab app switching lets you rock keyboard shortcuts and navigate almost everything out of the box without a touch interface.
Until recently the latest version of iOS available for the iPhone 5 was iOS 10.3.3.
iOS 10.3.4 and 9.3.6 were updates for older devices (released at the same time as iOS 12.4) to fix a problem that may cause problems with GPS location performance and/or lead to the system date and time being incorrect. It's only because of the nature of the bug they were ...
To control some settings of Apple Books on your iOS device, you need to have iCloud Drive turned on: Go to Settings > [your name] > iCloud and turn on both iCloud Drive and Books. Then go to Settings > Books.
Under Syncing, you can change settings like these:
Turn on Reading Now to sync your reading progress, current book, notes, and bookmarks using your ...
You are right. There are about three different models of the iPhone X, each supporting the cellular networks of different regions of the world.
According to GSM Arena https://www.gsmarena.com/apple_iphone_x-8858.php, they are:
A1865 (USA, Hong Kong, Australia, New Zealand, China)
A1901 (EMEA, UAE, LATAM, Canada, USA - AT&T/T-Mobile, Singapore)
I suggest starting over -- that is
1) unsubscribe from all podcasts, and restart all devices. Then,
2) do Settings -> Podcasts -> Sync Podcasts and/or Preferences => Store => Sync Playback as described in the notes below your question. Then,
3) Plug in each device to your computer with iTunes open, select the device as shown in the first image, ...
There's no specific way to disable the speed control. It's part of the Now Playing screen. The only way to remove this is to stop the Now Playing screen from being automatically displayed in the first place.
"The Now Playing app on the Apple Watch offers quick access to controls for your music and other audio on your Apple devices, particularly ...
Camera+ 2, available in the app store for US$4, is a very powerful app I use instead of Apple's Camera app. It provides Manual Controls, RAW Capture and Editing, Depth Capture & Editing, versatile Shooting Modes, superb Photo Library integration, etc. If you are a seasoned SLR camera user or not, this app will help you get the most out of your iPhone's ...
When I had this problem, my pdf books collection suddenly disappear and my backup files could not save pdf files form the book app.
I have tried several software to retrieve those pdf files with no result. Finally,I downloaded iMazing app from imazing.com, then installed iMazing app in my macbook pro. After read the manual, I found all of my missing pdf ...
I can't give you a simple answer, but perhaps I can point you in the right direction.
What you are doing when you change the time/date on your photos is changing its metadata. Metadata is text contained within the file that is read by programs such as the Mac OS Finder when you use Get Info, photo programs, etc... Some programs allow you to edit the ...
No, it's not possible to log into iCloud website and access voice memos. What the setting implies that the iCloud servers are used to backup and store the voice memo recordings, but you'll need the Voice Memos app on iOS/iPadOS or macOS device to access them.
According to the support article for iTunes Match, tracks will not be uploaded to your iCloud Music Library if they:
are longer than 2 hours
are larger than 200 MB
"don't meet certain quality criteria"
The "quality criteria" include the bit rate, and I believe the same criteria apply with Apple Music.
You could try converting one of the files to 128kb/s ...
The earliest iPhone models to support 802.11ac were the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, both introduced in September 2014. As for iPads, the iPad Air 2 was the first iPad model to support 802.11ac - introduced in October 2014.
You may find the following links useful:
Apple - iPhone 6 - Technical Specifications*
Mactracker (comparing the specs of ...
Ich bin dummkopf! “Settings->general->reset->erase contents and settings” did the trick. I just realized that I did not phrase my question right. I wanted to erase everything on the iPhone. Thank you very much for trying to help me. You are the best!
Your phone's camera is limited by its hardware. Without opening the case and switching out several integrated circuits (and probably modifying the phone's firmware and operating system) you're not going to change that.
And you forget another thing that many cellphone camera enthousiasts overlook when talking about their hardware, and that's the optics.
Go to Settings > Camera.
You can select resolution and FPS for video & slo-mo. However, you cannot change the photo resolution.
You you will also be able to choose between high efficiency, using HEIF/HEVC, or most compatible, using JPEG/H.264. This does not directly affect the resolution, but does affect how large the photo and video files are.