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Source: The supported device for iOS 13 as follows: iPhone 11 iPhone 11 Pro iPhone 11 Pro Max iPhone XS iPhone XS Max iPhone XR iPhone X iPhone 8 iPhone 8 Plus iPhone 7 iPhone 7 Plus iPhone 6s iPhone 6s Plus iPhone SE iPod touch (7th generation)** But checking the fine print with ** for the iPod touch states that it ...


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The answer to the question comes down to how the cables are treated over their life time. This applies to pretty much all cables regardless of the manufacturer or type (USB, network, charging/power, etc.). It's also important to note that Apple used a higher quality, more flexible cable (it feels softer and thusly, more premium in the hand). The downside, ...


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Yes it's true and yes it is very hard coded. Yes it uses standard port 123 UDP. Jamf is the Apple Business Manager for iOS devices and there is no setting in there either. See https://www.jamf.com/jamf-nation/discussions/11772/ntp-server-for-ipads Like the article says create an A record for time.apple.com and set the IP to your NTP server and that's it.


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I have several pens with a "rubber" type end that work the screens fine. Must be a material that is treated...


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I get the pop up message that Bluetooth can improve location acuracy or something like that; maybe you turned on Bluetooth somewhere in that time frame. Also, referncing the fact that Google maps, and Tetsujin's comments below, Google maps seems to use something that acts like GPS, to tell me where I am while I have wifi turned off. So maybe a you connected ...


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Excess amperage cannot "force" its way into a device (that's the danger of excess voltage). A device will only receive what it draws. That is an interesting question with a more nuanced answer: 'Smart' USB chargers, like those found on Amazon, determine the amperage they provide based on the draw trends of the plugged-in device; as long as the device is ...


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The current available public version is iOS 12.3, with iOS 13 due for release soon. iPod touch 4th generation can't update past iOS 6.1.6, and it is not possible to install iOS 9 on it. iOS 6 is pretty ancient and not a lot of 3rd apps support it. There has been major design changes starting with iOS 7, and architectural enhancements in later versions of ...


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One option would be to update the iOS directly on the iPod Touch (if you haven't disabled that option), otherwise you can speed up the process by connecting multiple devices to your Mac at once and update them in one go. This can be done with multiple USB-Lightning cables plugged directly in to the computer, or by using USB hubs. A more expensive solution ...


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The last iOS release available for iPod touch 4th generation is iOS 6.1.6. If you have a Mac or PC handy, you can install iTunes and restore the iOS firmware using it. To download iOS 6.1.6 firmware for your iPod touch 4th generation, visit IPSW.me, select your device and click download. Make sure the firmware you select is signed. (Alternatively, you can ...


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I think what you are asking is how to turn off the Shuffle. Navigate to the “Now Playing card. You can access the “Now Playing” card from anywhere by swiping up from the bottom of the screen to bring up the Control Center, then swiping left. Select the name of the song (Audio Book) select the crossed arrows to toggle the Shuffle setting. The arrows will ...


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