From the User Guide.
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From the User Guide.
“Turn Split View off. Go to Settings > General > Multitasking, then turn off Allow Multiple Apps.”
Excerpt From: Apple Inc. “iPad User Guide for iOS 9.3.” Apple Inc., 2016. iBooks.
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Check out this book on the iBooks Store: https://itun.es/us/U4OT9.l
I struggled with the same problem, then reset my permissions following the instruction on... Show all »
I struggled with the same problem, then reset my permissions following the instruction on this page:
Fixed! Hope it works for you.
Have you tried Emptying the Trash after deletions? Or do you use the Trash option in Mail... Show all »
Have you tried Emptying the Trash after deletions? Or do you use the Trash option in Mail? If you do the latter then after the first deletion, go to Mail's Trash mailbox, select the content and delete again. Do not Quit Mail until everything is gone that you don't want.
If you open Mail's preferences, select your mail account. On the right click on the Accounts button in the toolbar. Now click on the tab labeled Mailbox Behaviors. The lower set of dropdown menus will let you set options for automatic removal of junk and Trash. Choose the most suitable option for you.
I would also recommend getting a good Spam filter. Mail's Junk filter is fairly good but SpamSieve is much better.
I permanently deleted my notes off one iPhone 6 and it deleted them on both of my other apple products. When I did a restore, the notes are there then start to delete automatically. Is there anything I can do to get them back?
Sounds like after the restore, it connected to iCloud and began syncing, removing the not... Show all »
Sounds like after the restore, it connected to iCloud and began syncing, removing the notes.
- Restore a device to get the old notes
- Enable airplane mode to prevent it from connecting to iCloud
- On another device, copy the notes over 1 by 1 (You will have to type them)
- The notes on device 2 should now be synced to iCloud. You can disable airplane mode on device 1.
Good morning Bippie71,
Welcome to the Apple Support C... Show all »
Good morning Bippie71,
Welcome to the Apple Support Communities!
I understand you are having trouble deleting Pages documents from your iPad. The resource below provides the steps for deleting documents that are stored on your device or on iCloud. If you enabled iCloud for Pages and you deleted a document, you do not have to wait 30 days to permanently delete the document from the Deleted Items folder in iCloud. If you've tried doing it from your device, try going to www.iCloud.com and deleting the document there.
Pages for iOS (iPad): Delete a document
Pages for iCloud: Save, name, restore, or delete documents
At least in the USA consumer law doesn‘t allow Apple to modify your purchase histor... Show all »
At least in the USA consumer law doesn‘t allow Apple to modify your purchase history (no online retailer of 3rd party intellectual property can do so). When you purchase an iBook you purchase DRM rights to that from the publisher, not Apple. Those DRM rights are yours forever, and the only proof of that is in your online iBook store purchase history. Apple is required to keep that record since they don’t own the DRM rights sold to you, they just facilited the sale, and they serve as the warehouse for access to that DRM protected content. Same thing goes for Apps - you purchase a license to use. That license is issued by the App developer, not Apple. Apple is just the retail agent and warehouse keeper of acces to the licensed software.
Just as Microsoft cannot edit or alter, or allow any altering by you of your purchase history with their online software store or their XBox store, or Sony for their PS4 online store, or Barnes and Noble with your online purchases, etc, etc. They are prohibited from doing so.
Yes, you can do that. Please visit Show all »
Yes, you can do that. Please visit Pondini's Time Machine FAQ for help with Time Machine. This is an extensive site with most everything you may need for using Time Machine. You will not find a better resource for Time Machine in one location. Due to the passing of James Pondini, the site is no longer being updated. Therefore, some of the information may be a little outdated.
you got a scam... Show all »
you got a scam, do not respond to anything in that email and report it to Apple (see below)
Avoid phishing emails, fake ‘virus‘ alerts, phony support calls, and other scams
To report fraud to Apple see this link:
If I want to export an album to a USB stick for a friend,... Show all »
If I want to export an album to a USB stick for a friend, can I do that from Photos?
Yes, select all photos in the album, then use the command "File > Export > Export ... photos".
In the panel that will open click the "v" to the right of "Photo Kind" to reveal the controls for the size and quality.
Usually the quality "Large" will suffice, but you will probably save the photos with "Size > Full Size".
Now click "Export" and select a folder on your USB stick. Do not write to the top level of the stick, create first a folder.
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