My iPad 2 prompted me to accept Terms and Conditions for setting up my iPad 2 after resetting. But nothing happens on tapping the ‘Agree button available on the screen. What should I do to accept the Terms and Conditions in such a situation?
I have an IPAD 2 and I downloaded some podcasts and when I try to watch then I see that I have to accept the terms and conditions and takes me to a link where I can't find where to accept or to click "I agree" so I can watch what I downloaded.
My wife got an iPad2 today from Apple and I am wondering if it is normal that iTunes asks for authorization? I am creating iTunes account for my wife, she did use iTunes before for her iPod, but she never bought anything. It is also possible that I used once my itunes account on her Mac Mini to download a free game for her from Mac App store (so not even iTunes). That's it. However iTunes behaviour looks to me like it would be already tied to someone else account / computer by this authorization prompt?
I bought IPad 3 weeks ago, it was working normally, but two days ago it stopped working. When I sync it the ITunes asks to restore its software, but when it gets to the end of restoring an error massage appears with numbers 6, 1604, 1601.
I'm not very computer literate when it come to terms like 5G. I just purchased the ipad. AT&T has a plan with 5G. If I plan only to check e-mails at work, take some photos and play games. How long will the 5G last per month? Or is this a question with too many variables/
The operating conditions state that the iPad shouldn't be used over 3,000m. If he has it in his pack, but doesn't use it at that altitude, will it damage the iPad, or would it be ok so long as he doesn't turn it on up there?
Currently, iPhone users with at&t can use their hotspot Wifi for free on the iPhone, if we also get the iPad will we be able to access at&t hotspot Wifi for free too?Or perhaps free hotspot Wifi will be available for all iPad owners?
Like many people I have more than 1 apple computer.
1 old iMac (main computer with iTunes) 1 mac mini (we use this for our tv as a streaming device only) 1 MacBook air (spare laptop used by my eldest son .... Old office computer)
Now the more important issue We all really like to use our iOS devices.Myself and my wife both have iPhones and iPads .... And my son has an original old iPhone he likes to use for games etc.Here is my question, I am not sure how I am supposed to setup all 5 iOS devices in terms of the app store. Obviously my wife has different app needs to myself and my son is too young to be able to have his own account. And since I generally pay for the family, can I set up all 5 iOS devices to the same app store account? Or will this cause a conflict?
I am sponsoring someone on an arctic expedition and he mentioned that on his last expedition his laptop wouldn't work so he was going to take something called a "ruggedized" laptop. I suggested buying him an Ipad 2 instead. Anyone know if it will work in -30++ temperatures? Additionally any software he could use on it to post video updates of his adventure?