This evening Screen suddenly went LARGE almost as if a 13" MB is trying to fit into the iPad. I cannot get it down to normal size. I pinched, I did a reset,then a restore, I checked the lock button on the side. I have looked into the settings as much as I can see them but do not see anywhere this is possible to adjust.
I wanted to ask if it is normal that the iPad screen has backlight bleeding/leakage? Just bought mine today and I noticed that it has an uneven backlight. The most noticeable spot during normal usage is the one on the left hand side (although the two spots in the top right corner look worse when viewed in a dark room). I took a picture with my iPhone (see below).
There is a major flaw with iBooks ePub format's xhtml rendering, being that it doesn't take «width» and «height» values as «img» attributes. The result is that an image is always displayed at maximum size, unless the images sizes are defined through «div» or table cells, which is very inappropriate. All other major readers work around this issue fine, so Apple, please fix that fast if you want to become the reference when it comes to ePub rendering !Information : Mac Pro 4,1 Mac OS X (10.6.3).
IPad 2 :: Make A Normal Doc As A Template In Pages?
Nov 8, 2011
I have a meeting minutes sample created using Microsoft Word 2003. I do not mind re-creating the minutes from scratch using "iWork Pages" on iPad2 or re-use the minutes created from Word doc. My question is how to make it as a template so that I can come back to re-use this minutes for other projects.
IPad 3 USB Cable Doesn't Fit Flush In Back...normal?
Apr 10, 2012
I notice when I plug the USB cord into my new iPad 3, it's flush in the front but not in the back. In the back, you can see part of the metal sticking out. Is this normal? Hard to believe Apple would not create a better-fitting cord for the iPad's sloped design...so I figured I'd ask. Worried I might harm my iPad with a defective cord.
IPad 4 :: Volume Drops Too Low For Few Seconds Then Back To Normal
Aug 28, 2014
I am having an issue with the Volume on my iPad 4. I had one replaced 3 days before the warranty, but The replacement started doing the same thing. I realized it had to be an app causing it. I had been playing the RoboCop game for a bit and had just beaten it, so I deleted it. The trouble never happened again.
Now, it's doing it again and I'm thinking it must be another app causing it, but I can't seem to find it...and, obviously, it's out of warranty.
Here's what happens:
When I play anything with sound, after about 20 seconds or so, the Volume drops down so low it's almost not even able to be heard. It does this for about 3 to 5 seconds and then it comes right back to normal. It won't do it again unless I start a different video, song, app, etc...
I backed up everything to my MacBook Pro, Restored it to New/Default Settings, then Restored from Backup...it did not work. I also upgraded to the newest Version of iOS 7 when I did that...(Version 7.1.2).
IPad 2 :: After Rebooting Telephoto Enabled - Apps Are Huge / How To Go Back To Normal
Dec 6, 2014
I had to reboot my Ipad 2 because of email problems. As it began rebooting, a box came up for a few seconds that said "telephoto enabled". When it finished rebooting, my apps are huge. I can only see 3 at one time on the screen. I am unable to use my Ipad. How can I fix this?
Unable To Find Adapter For Micro-SIM To Make Full Size SIM?
Feb 7, 2010
According to people in the know, its been confirmed from multiple sources that the new micro-SIM cards that Apple is using in the iPad are identical to the regular SIM cards we use today. The only difference is that the plastic is "shaved down" to make it a smaller form factor. But the components are virtually the exact same. Many people have brought up the fact that you could shave down your current iPhone's SIM card (or whatever smartphone you use w unlimited data) & use that card in your iPad, thus eliminating the need to pay AT&T an extra $30 on top of the data plan you already have with your phone. The only problem is, how would you go back & put that card in your iPhone again. You couldnt.BUT. A more exciting "what if" to me would be going the other way, for say, someone that didnt already have AT&T phone service, & using the iPad's micro-SIM card inside a plastic "blank shell" adapter that made it into a regular sized SIM card, then using that card with an unlocked iPhone (or other unlocked smartphone) to have an always on data-only connection with a VoIP app (or something like Google Voice w Gizmo5). Meaning for a mere $30 a month, you could technically be able to use your iPad & iPhone with the same SIM card, switching between the two when its necessary (for pocketability), to have data service & voice service, thus eliminating a costly cell phone bill while being contract free.This wouldnt work for everyone, but for many many people who only use a little bit of voice & a lot more data every month, this would be an awesome alternative. using the iPad w a bluetooth headset when you're at home & switching to the iPhone when you need something that fits in the pocket.Only problem is, I havent seen any micro-SIM adapters on the market. But how hard could that be?? All someone would have t do is make a hollowed out regular SIM card that you could slide in or snap in your micro-SIM card.