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Emcee:  J.F. Sebastian Type:  Moderated
PURPOSE

We all know Apple products are much easier to use than their competitors products. Still, with desktop computers, notebook computers, iPods, iPads, iPhones, apps, iTunes, Apple TV and various flavors of Mac OS X and other software, most mortals can get stuck.

This thread is intended as a place where folks can post their questions and the friendly Apple user community can help them out. From simple questions to complex. It is also OK to ask general troubleshooting questions, post news or give tips about Apple products and their usage. Hopefully some experts will SubjectMark this thread and visit occasionally with their advice. Thanks in advance, experts.

For those needing help with PC and Windows products, please check out the excellent Computer Learning thread, moderated by goldworldnet.

When asking for help, please be sure to do a basic search with your favorite search engine first. If you still need help, please include pertinent details about the product(s) as necessary, such as brand, model number(s), things you've already tried, etc. This will greatly assist us in helping you. Thank you.


If you would like to give Apple feedback about their products (report bugs, usability issues, make suggestions, etc.), here is the place to do that: apple.com

If someone in the thread has helped you solve a problem, please consider recommending their post or commenting directly to them. This adds to the goodwill in Apple Product Help and gives people incentive to continue to help you and others.

RULES

The basic rule is that all participants must be polite to each other. Try to imagine that you are sitting in a living room with everyone else. Don't say anything you wouldn't say in that situation.

No name calling. Disagree with another person's words all you want, but don't insult the person.

Please use proper punctuation and capitalization in your posts, don't use "text speak." It is OK not to capitalize every letter in words for things like brand or model names, eg., "iphone" will be considered the same as "iPhone" here. Basically, please just show some respect for the English language in this forum. Thank you.

Due to SI policy, political comments are off limits here, unless there is an issue that specifically affects Apple. There are many threads on SI in which to discuss politics, this will not be one of them.

Under no circumstances is anyone to post information to circumvent copy protection of copyrighted materials. This includes commercial music files, software, serial numbers, or anything of the kind.

It's all about having a civil discussion. And hey, let's be careful out there.

You've now read the rules. If you want to know what happens if you violate them, see below.

BANS

Violators of the rules will usually receive a warning, and a second offense will probably result in a ban. In the case of especially egregious violations, a ban may come without warning.

When warranted, a ban may be imposed for being a general nuisance and/or generally disrupting civil discourse.
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4419Might be a good idea to make an assessment of what apps were being used on the oHerbVic1last Tuesday
4418Also: itunes.apple.comyofal-last Tuesday
4417Yes, that's true, and it's really the best way to go if she wants to traJ.F. Sebastian-last Tuesday
4416Hum, if you back up the old phone to iTunes, then sync the new iPhone, I’m prettRoad Walker-last Tuesday
4415Go to Settings on her iPhone then select the top option (her account name), thenJ.F. Sebastian-last Monday
4414In regard to saving Notes from an iPhone, how about this question. This is for Elroy-last Monday
4413Thanks, I'll give it a tryElroy-last Monday
4412Is there any easy way to make a copy of iPhone notes without using iCloud? You cJ.F. Sebastian1last Monday
4411<i>Where are you seeing this "folder"?</i> Maybe folder Elroy-last Monday
4410 and then a folder called Notes on the Phone which contains lots of important Noyofal-last Monday
4409In an iPhone using IOS 10.0, under Notes. there is a folder called ICloud Notes Elroy-last Sunday
4408Finally settled on one of these. Gonna bite the price bullet. Realized I was triDoren-October 14
4407You can still get VM paging info from other utilities (I use iStat Menus), but J.F. Sebastian-October 13
4406Trying to find a soft case. I've spent entirely too many hours sorting throuDoren-October 13
4405I was just trying to help out my friend who's running LogicPro on a pretty sDoren-October 13
4404How to use drag-and-drop on the iPad CNET - October 11, 2017 In iOS 11, Apple iMoonray2October 11
4403Sorry about that, I should have made it more obvious. I copied the post from a wJ.F. Sebastian-October 10
4402deletedJ.F. Sebastian-October 10
4401 How do you remove the little colored dots that have replaced the far better higyofal1October 10
4400My only question would be about the long term quality of the battery. I have no yofal1October 10
4399 in which of the new tech are you interested?The coming AR stuff is interestingyofal-October 10
4398I was just trying to help a buddy color an app in Yosemite... Here's how itDoren-October 10
4397I am aware of the work of Tufte, but I don't think they're looking to dyofal1October 10
4396Thanks for the link.clean86-October 10
4395Try this: iTunes 12.6.3 ReidVendit™1October 10
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