iBooks is now natively capable to sync PDF files, ePub books (‘ebooks’) and iBooks author books via iCloud. The requirements are OS X 10.11.4 El Capitan, macOS 10.12 Sierra or macOS 10.13 High Sierra for Macs and MacBooks and iOS 9.3, iOS 10 or iOS 11 for iOS devices (iPhone, iPad and iPod touch). There is no need anymore to sync PDF files, ePub books and iBooks author books via iTunes. The problem that PDF files and ePub books aren’t syncing is solved.
Sometimes you cannot delete an email in the iOS Outbox mailbox on your iPhone or iPad because the email is stuck in the outbox and the ‘Edit’ button is greyed, meaning not accessible for deleting. In this case, you have to power off your iOS device (iPhone, iPad or iPod touch), restart it and then you can edit and delete the stucked email message in the outbox folder. Deleting email stuck in outbox on iphone works for iOS 11, iOS 10 and iOS 9.
Learn how to set up Whatsapp Web on iPad, iPad air and Mac. WhatApp Web is working without jailbreak on iOS 8, iOS 9, iOS 10, Mac OS X 10.10.5 Yosemite, Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan and macOS 10.12 Sierra. In the past, WhatsApp on iPad without jailbreak was working on iOS 7 and iOS 8 up to version 2.11.8. But then, WhatsApp 2.11.8 apparently expired, meaning the app certificate was not valid anymore. Hence, you could not install WhatsApp 2.11.8 on your iPad, iPad air or iPod touch anymore. Furthermore, WhatsApp versions higher than 2.11.8 have never worked on iOS 8 due to root and folder limitations of a non-jailbreaked iPad.
Learn how to delete ‘Other‘ space on iPhone and iPad running on iOS 8, iOS 9, iOS 10 or iOS 11. ‘Other’ storage can claim a huge amount of your iPhone or iPad storage. The ‘Other’ data is very often full of Safari bookmarks, text-message or email attachments and calendar entries (for more information see Apple’s support document for ‘Other’ space on Mac). Deleting all caches on your iPhone or iPad will free up some amount of the ‘Other’ space. However, if you restore your iPhone from your iCloud or iTunes backup, you will gain much more free space again.
Learn how to set up an Apple Watch with your iPhone. To get started with your Apple Watch, pair and sync it with your iPhone. After waiting for some weeks, I’ve been the happy owner of an Apple Watch Sport with 42 mm Space Gray Aluminium Case and Black Sport Band (product number MJ3T2LL) since May 13, 2015. See the video of my very first set up of my Apple Watch Sport in Space Gray. Bonus: At the end of the video you will see how to change the band of an Apple Watch.
Waiting for my Apple Watch was a very hard job. Despite I ordered it on April 10, 2015, and my order was confirmed per email at 09:04, UTC + 02:00, 3 minutes after the Apple Store got online again, I had to wait until May 13, 2015. But now I’m the happy owner of an Apple Watch Sport with 42 mm Space Gray Aluminium Case and Black Sport Band (product number MJ3T2LL). See the video of my very first unboxing Apple Watch Sport in space gray.
Being objective, the Apple Watch cost-performance ratio is ridiculous: It is far too expensive. But I don’t mind and I will tell you 3 reasons for buying an Apple Watch. I will tell you later in this post. Yesterday, I bought my Apple Watch Sport with 42 mm Space Gray Aluminium Case and Black Sport Band (product number MJ3T2LL). My order was confirmed per email at 09:04, UTC + 02:00, 3 minutes after the Apple Store got online again. The delivery is estimated for May 12 till May 26, 2015. Some hard weeks of waiting… 😉
Plex on Windows 10 is working with out any issues. Plex Media Server is easily installed and set up on Windows 10 in the same way as it is done on Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 (details in the following). For the ones who haven’t already known Plex: The free Plex Media Server organizes all of your personal media and streams it to all of your devices like Apple TV (via iOS AirPlay or via PlexConnect), iOS devices (iPad, iPhone), Macs / MacBooks, Windows PC, Windows Phones, Android Phones and many more. You’ll find a detailed feature overview of Plex Media Server here. To get started, you’ll need to download the free Plex Media Server.
miApple.me – Tech.Blog just released its iTunes Podcast. The iTunes Podcast of miApple.me – Tech.Blog delivers ‘How-to’s’ for Mac and Windows related issues. The iTunes Podcast is available for subscription on iTunes for Mac OS X, Windows, Apple TV, iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. Beside miApple.me’s YouTube Channel miApple.tv, the iTunes Podcast is another option to follow miApple.me – Tech.Blog’s tutorials and latest news.
Learn how to sync iCloud notes from your iPhone, iPad and Mac with any android phone and android tablet using third-party apps like Notepad. This app directly syncs iCloud notes with iCloud to iOS devices or Mac and does not sync via a third-party cloud service, e.g. Dropbox. In addition to sync iCloud notes, you can also sync iCloud reminders, sync iCloud contacts with android devices via CardDAV and sync iCloud calendars with android devices via CalDAV.
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