Archive for the ‘IPad’ Category

postheadericon Internet connection does not work with an IP address space of 169.254.xxx.xxx from ISP, router, or manual configuration

Your Mac, iOS device, or Apple TV cannot access the Internet with an IP address of 169.254.xxx.xxx (where xxx represents a number from 0 to 255).   The symptoms of this issue include: Safari, iChat, and other Internet-dependent applications in Mac OS X may display the message "You are not connected to the Internet." Mail may put all of your email accounts into an "Offline" status. iOS devices cannot use other Internet features, such as the App Store. Apple TV may be able to use Home Sharing with computers on your local network, but not any features that require Internet access, such as movie trailers or rentals. In Mac OS X, an AirPort menu bar icon with an exclamation point may appear, and the AirPort menu may state "Alert: No Internet Connection…".   Use this article if: Your Mac, iOS device, or Apple TV is connected to a network that should provide access to the Internet, and which has a functioning DHCP server (such as an AirPort base station in default configuration). Your Mac, iOS device, or Apple TV is assigned an IP address of 169.254.xxx.xxx by your DHCP server, or you have manually assigned it an IP address of 169.256.xxx.xxx. Your Internet-facing router is being assigned an IP address of 169.254.xxx.xxx by your ISP.
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postheadericon Podcasts for iOS: Playback settings

  Podcasts for iOS gives you full control over how you play your podcasts. You can play podcasts faster or slower, skip ahead, and jump back. You can even set podcast playback to sleep after a certain time.
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postheadericon iTunes for Windows: Issues syncing iOS devices with P55 and related Intel Chipsets

When you sync an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with a Windows computer, one or more of the following alerts may appear: "The [device] could not be synced. A folder was specified instead of a file." "The contents of the iPhone could not be read. You must restore the iPhone" The "Set up your iPhone" prompts may reappear after each time you reconnect the device, even after fully setting up the device’s sync options. The steps below may resolve the issue.
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postheadericon iPad: Long-term storage guidelines

Learn how to store your iPad for six months or longer. The correct environment will maintain the health of the rechargeable battery in your iPad.
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postheadericon About the security content of iOS 7.0.2

This document describes the security content of iOS 7.0.2.
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postheadericon iOS: Adjusting the font

iOS 7 allows you to adjust the font size for any app that supports Dynamic Type. For example, Mail, Contacts, Calendar, Phone, and Notes support Dynamic Type in iOS 7.
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postheadericon About the security content of iOS 7.0.3

This document describes the security content of iOS 7.0.3.
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postheadericon iCloud: System requirements

This article provides the recommended system requirements and minimum system requirements for iCloud.
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postheadericon iCloud: About iCloud Security Code alert messages

Learn what do to if you get an alert indicating that you entered your iCloud Security Code incorrectly too many times.
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postheadericon Logic Remote 1.0.2: How to switch between applications controlled by Logic Remote

You can use Logic Remote 1.0.2 to control either Logic Pro X or GarageBand X with your iPad. Here’s how to switch between them.
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