To download the last compatible version of an app, the app must be in your purchase history for that Apple ID already. Use iTunes 12.6.3 to download the app, signing in with your new Apple ID. Once the app is in your purchase history, attempting to download it again on your device should prompt you to accept an older version of the app.
You should at least see a FaceTime icon in Settings:
If you don't, FaceTime may not available in your country. According to Wikipedia and Apple these countries don't support FaceTime:
United Arab Emirates
If that's not your case, please check this document. It explains what to do to troubleshoot a missing FaceTime app. This is the ...
You need to select that you don't want a payment option on your account.
Open the Settings app → scroll down to and tap on iTunes & App Stores.
Tap View Apple ID → Payment Information.
Select None as the payment type.
Purchasing from one account and then using another for in-app purchase (IAP) isn't currently possible.
Since each application is digitally signed when you download it from the App Store - you are tied to using the same account for in-app purchases as for the initial purchase.
If it is a free app, you could back up the device to iCloud, delete the app, re-...
Apple uses WiFi hotspots (and presumably the corresponding signal strength) to triangulate your position using a data from Apple. Similar to how Google maps a hotspot using their StreetView cars, a 3rd party at one time scanned the area you travelled to and mapped the SSID and probably MAC address of the local hotspots.
Though I don't know if they still do,...
You do have a 5th Generation iPod touch, and it's the 16GB model.
If you check out Apple's website for current-generation iPod touches, specifically the "tech specs" page, you'll see that there are two types available today. The left one (the one with no metal circle on the bottom-left of the back) is the one you have.
On your Usage page, you have two ...
From Apple's website: "Apple Watch works with iPhone 5 or later running the latest version of iOS, which introduces the Apple Watch app. So make sure everything is up to date"
Note: While it does say "Requires iPhone 5 or later." in the footnotes at the very bottom of the http://www.apple.com/watch/technology/ mentioned by Matthieu Riegler, nonetheless it's ...
The most simple answer probably is because the developer decided accordingly. There might be several more specific reasons, the most relevant is probably that some games just need a bigger screen and/or it's too cumbersome to maintain two GUI versions in parallel.
They are referring to the "Purchased" under the "Quick Links" section on the right of the iTunes Store Home Page. Once you do this "Songs of Innocence" will be added to your "Purchased" playlist on the left.
Night shift isn't supported on your hardware. See the footnote 1:
Night Shift is available on iPhone 5s or later, iPad Pro, iPad Air or later, iPad mini 2 or later, and iPod touch (6th generation)
If you use something akin to a Zoom Energy Bar you should be able to connect the mini USB at the charging station to charge the energy bar, then connect your device to the USB port. It should maintain the charge on the energy bar battery and charge the device(s) on the other end.
Added benefit of having a portable battery with you to charge various and ...
If you have eyeglasses, then you know that dry clean does not work so well.
Go to an Optician store (where they sell eyeglasses).
Since most eyeglasses have highly sensitive coatings and are exposed to human contamination.. residues etc.. they have the right solution for cleaning.
They have a correct solution mix (in a spray bottle) with microfiber cloth ...
Turn off the device, and use a soft, microfiber cloth. It may be slightly damp, but do not soak it. Make sure not to allow any water to seep into the device, especially through openings like ports and jacks.
Refer to Apple's cleaning instructions for more in-depth explanations.
You don't need an Internet connection at all.
Per the Technical specifications under System Requirements:
iPhone and iPod touch models with the latest version of iOS
iPad models with the latest version of iPadOS
Apple Watch models with the latest version of watchOS
Mac models with the latest version of macOS
Apple TV models with the latest version of tvOS
Unless you are going to never flex the device, you'll want a clear adhesive cover or clear tape to prevent the glass from easily falling out and cutting your fingers or lying in wait in a pocket or bag.
Something like a Otterbox case with a more substantial plastic barrier might be appropriate (or even both clear tape and a thicker plastic sleeve depending ...
Towards the end of the WWDC keynote, Craig Federighi showed a slide listing the devices on which iOS 7 would be supported. In the official keynote video, this occurs around the 1:54 mark.
Here’s a picture of the slide:
iPhone 4 and later
iPad 2 and later
iPod touch (5th generation)
This matches the images and ...
Make sure that all Apple-related entries are removed from your hosts file in C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\hosts, then put the device in DFU mode and restore it.
Connect the device to your computer and turn it off.
Hold the power button and the home button together for 10 seconds, then release the power button but keep holding the home button.
Videos recorded with iOS (your iPod 5) have the extension "MOV", but they are normal "MP4" (containing H.264 and AAC). Which means that you can change the extension to "MP4" and they will be playable on Windows.
In this case (recorded on iOS and with the extension "MOV") it is not necessary to convert these files. Same for "M4V" and "M4H" (other extensions ...
Open System Preferences
Go to General > Accessibility > Assistive Touch
Turn assistive touch on
Then, an icon that looks like:
Will pop up somewhere on you screen. Tap it. Then:
and finally tap shake
Hope that helps!
Connect the device with the app to the PC with a USB cable.
Right click on the iPod and select "transfer purchases"
Once the app is on the computer, then connect the iPhone.
Set up that app to sync and you should be done.
Yipee! I figured it out! My problem is, as I forgot to mention in the question, I just got a new iPod. Aaaaaaand, I never realized it, but apparently when you get a new device, you have to download all your music into your library. Otherwise, you can still listen to it, but only over internet. Probably to save space. Downloading your songs can be done by ...
The supported device for iOS 13 as follows:
iPhone 11 Pro
iPhone 11 Pro Max
iPhone XS Max
iPhone 8 Plus
iPhone 7 Plus
iPhone 6s Plus
iPod touch (7th generation)**
But checking the fine print with ** for the iPod touch states that it ...
Can you listen to music using AirPods without an Internet connection
Does one need Internet connection to use Siri?
You can listen to locally stored music just fine using AirPods. AirPods does not need Internet connection to function.