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  1. Eventually older iPhones/iPads become outdated in the sense that Apple will no longer provide updates for these. So many people then just buy a newer iPhone/iPad and the older model becomes worthless to them. So I was wondering if anyone knows some of the answers to the following questions: Older models such as the iPhone 6 or before are no longer able to receive the newer updates, but if a person were to "jailbreak" an older iPhone/iPad, is it then possible to install the latest iOS updates? Many year ago jailbreaking an Apple device was illegal, but is it legal now? While there are many benefits of "rooting" an Android device, are there some good benefits to jailbreaking an Apple device? Many years ago it was quite difficult to jailbreak a device, but I understand that it is much easier today, any recommendations? Any advice/suggestions I will appreciate, thanks.
  2. I am looking for an app that is an alternative to iTunes, for backing up my entire iPhone, the contacts, notes, apps, music, etc. There are a variety of apps that perform this function, but many reviews seem inconsistent or bias. So I was hoping some of my brothers/sisters know of an app that they would highly recommend. Or at least a good "contact manager" for backing up and formatting my contacts. I appreciate any suggestions, thanks.
  3. I was just gifted an iphone 7 plus. I cant find the magazines or figure out how to download them. Any help would be appreciated...
  4. The new IOS 12 update is loaded with new improvements and features, so for those who use iPhones/iPads I thought you would enjoy seeing all of the new features. Here is the list below, it is pretty massive. I highlighted in Green some features I thought were interesting or useful.
  5. I have an iPad question I hope you can help me with. I wiped out my tablet yesterday and restored it from iCloud. All is good except JW Library only partially uploaded. I realize I have to re download all my publications etc but there are only a few available, 10% of library. I uninstalled app and reinstalled, same thing. Only four books, a few brochures, no meeting workbooks or convention release options. It says “No new publications available at this time”. Any idea how I can fix it?
  6. The next version of JW Library for iPad/iPhone will require iOS 9, according to the release notes for version 9.1 of JW Library for iOS. Version history: Sep 2015: dropped support for iOS 6 May 2017: dropped support for iOS 7 later in 2017(?): dropping support for iOS 8 I think it's safe to say that one day an update will come that will drop support for iOS 9, meaning, those who have invested in their first iPad in order to use the latest 'digital' spiritual provisions will have to either: 1. pay money to buy new hardware (either a newer iPad, or, switching to Android by saving your notes backup file to google drive and manually restoring it to the android device) 2. continue to use the older version of JW Library, which may be able to receive new publications for a certain amount of time, but may eventually stop being able to update publications or download new ones 3. switch to ePub files / iBooks app, which supports basically all the reading functionalities of JW Library, but for audio and video, you could use a second app such as Documents by Readdle If you want to go with option 3, it's probably not wise to rely on using JWL for permanent highlights or notes as there is currently no way to transfer these to iBooks. You may wish to use JWL for 'temporary' notes, such as those for an upcoming meeting, while keeping 'permanent' gems that you want to always have long term in multiple places; perhaps copying those out into rich text file that should be backwards compatible with nearly everything, probably as long as this system goes on for (and who knows, maybe after that also).
  7. Hi Friends, You may have already heard of the great iPhone and iPad app called Workflow. It lets you build actions for your iPhone to carry out automatically. Kinda like building your own custom app.You can build as many "workflows" as you want. And you can share them for others to download straight into their Workflow app. For the past few weeks, I've been building some theocratic oriented workflows. This video will show you how to use the awesome Workflow app to get more theocratically efficient. It will show you the following four workflows: - Automatically view this month's field service presentations - Find a place to take a quick break in the ministry - Download this month's Watchtower and Awake magazines - Send friends your estimated time of arrival to the Kingdom Hall But these are just scratching the surface. Here are a number of workflows to help you in the field ministry and at congregation meetings: http://appchasers.com/2015/03/17/video-optimize-your-theocratic-schedule-using-workflow-for-iphone-and-ipad/
  8. Hello dear friends, I wasn't sure where to put this, so I hope this is the correct forum. I'm also not sure if it's been posted already, so if it has my apologies. I wanted to share with everyone the opportunity for free cloud storage with a new cloud storage provider called Copy. I don't know about anyone else, but I value and take full advantage of cloud services, especially free ones. They definitely come in handy for saving space on devices, and having files, pics etc in safe keeping. I it for my study materials, pdf files, publications, etc for study and meeting preparation on my Note 2. It's called Copy, and for a limited time you can get 10gb free storage with the launch referal bonus being offered. This storage is for a lifetime and there is no upload limit. The UI is very user friendly and similar to Dropbox. Simply click the link below, sign up. You will get a confirmation email sent to confirm you email address. Then download the app to either your tablet, phone, or desktop and voila 10gb of free storage! Enjoy, and Agape https://copy.com?r=igy7D0

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