I have an iphone 3GS and an iPad WiFi & 3G.I am having an issue on the ipad using my exchange email. If i an in Airplane Mode, the delete and move message buttons in the email client are disabled.Is there a way to have this enabled? As i spend a lot of time flying, i like to use the time to sort emails, and clean out my inbox etc. this would be a great feature to have and would be useful for many people who travel frequently.
I was working on an email and inadvertently clicked on the send button. Fortunately, I am not connected to the network right now and the email has not been sent. But I would like to either move this email to drafts so I can finish working on it, or delete the email. I was looking at the move feature, but this doesn't allow me to move the email to other folders.
I'm new to Apple. I'm taking the ipad on flight, that's why I got it. Page 116 of the pdf manual says there's an "airplane mode" under settings. page 10 shows the cute little plane, just like a phone. I got fingerprints all over and can't find it.
More of a curiosity but what is exactly is different in the functioning of the iPad when you turn on airplane mode?I imagine it turns off WiFi and 3G but considering there are *already* buttons to turn off those things, it seems like a waste to create another button that does the same thing.So I am presuming that it must do more than just that.Anyone know?
Using Ipad 4.2 (Email sync with Exchange Activesync)on Airplane. I can compose emails and the will save in the "outbox" and send when reconnected, but have a question about existing email. Can I manage my mailbox in airplane mode, Delete, move etc messages?
I usually don't switch off ipad [just put it in hibernated mode so that it remembers context].But it loses charge overnight. Should I set to airplane mode during the night? Is there an app which will set the power conservation mode?
I rented three iTunes movies on my computer, then transferred them to my iPad to watch on an airplane ride. Once in flight, with iPad in airplane mode, I keep getting a message telling me that the movies cannot be played. What am I doing wrong? I used to be able to do this no problem with my iPhone...why not my iPad?
I have downloaded two movies from iTunes into my iPad 2. When I try to watch them through my iPad in AirPlane mode after going to iTunes, it says ĎCanít connect to iTunesí. Is there any other way to watch the movies?
5 weeks ago I've got my new iPad Air 2. It's the 128GB WiFi+Cellular version but no SIM card installed yet (I told Siri to turn off mobile data). iOS 8.1.2 already installed. First everything seems fine until I saw how much the battery drains while I'm not using the ipad. ¬†
I have disabled almost everything I've found as possible solutions to avoid battery drain with iOS 8...
- Bluetooth off - mobile data off - Brightness almost completely left (15-20%) - auto brightness off - automatic app updates off - background updates off - location services only enabled for find my iPad - all iCloud services disabled ecxept iCloud backup, keychain, reminders, calendar, find my iphone¬†
Installed apps (additionally to the default Apple Apps): GMail, Youtube, Facebook, Amazon, ebay, dropbox, TV Sideview, brother iPrint&scan. Push notifications only enabled for GMail, ebay and facebook and the default Apple Apps Reminders, Calendar, Messages (iMessage on or off is no difference to battery behaviour), Facetime.¬†
I'm using the iPad mostly for surfing the web using Safari. So this is the app with high battery usage, which can be found in the settings.
I can barely reach 6-8 hours of usage and 1-2 days of standby until it runs out of battery and I have to charge it again.¬†
Before I go to sleep or leaving home for work, I can either enable airplane mode or not, the battery will drain up to 20% (mostly 10%-18% in airplane mode within 7 or 10 hours). I've already set it up as a new ipad four times but there is no change.¬†
I called Apple Care Support and send a diagnostics but this says the battery is fine. I could believe that and last week the iPad turns off by itself at 12% battery left. So I called Apple again and send the iPad to service center. UPS picked it up on Monday and sent it from Germany to Apple service center in Netherlands, where it arrived on Tuesday 11:30 and was already returned at 18:00 to Hermes. They restored it and found no errors but I think in this short time they could not check the battery behaviour accurately. So I received my original iPad back on Wednesday, turned on and left with 95% battery - all options enabled except bluetooth. I connected to my WiFi, logged in with my iCloud account and installed the apps mentioned above I turned of the mentioned settings and used the iPad until 58% (some short standby minutes) and turned WiFi off, turned airplane mode on and this morning, only 48% battery left.¬†
I will be flying to Europe with a friend. We both have Ipad2's(wifi only). I assume we will be in airplane mode(no wifi). Is there any way to play any multiplayer games in this situation. If so what to we need to do? Thanks in advance.
I need help fixiting the iPad2 email EDIT button used for tagging emails to delete, move, or mark.† Today, it just stopped working and is unresponsive.† The DELETE, MOVE, & MARK icons do not appear and I cannot tag emails. How do I fix the problem?(iPad 2, iOS 5.1.1)
My daughter's iPad is frozen in disabled mode.† It tells me to connect to iTunes but when I connect it to iTunes, iTunes says I have to input the password; which I can't do because it's frozen in disabled mode.