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Take a screenshot on your iPad 11/13/13
Simultaneously press the center circle button (Home), and Power button, which is located on the top right. A small flash and a small noise will confirm that you have taken the screenshot. The screenshot can be found in the Photos application. You can easily use the screenshots for a multitude of things.
You might want to turn off this new iOS 9 setting if you don't have unlimited data 10/15/15
In September, Apple released its latest mobile operating system, iOS 9, which has some great new features like Apple News, better battery life, and split-screen multitasking. But a new feature, called Wi-Fi Assist, may be chomping through your data plans without your knowledge. The new setting is automatically turned on when a phone is updated to the new OS. It attempts to ensure that users don’t experience any buffering when on a weak WiFi signal. The iPhone will detect when a WiFi signal lacks strength, and switch over to a cellular connection. iPhone Wi-Fi Assist Screenshot This feature is great if you are stuck in a place that is near wi-fi, like right outside your home or business or in a coffeehouse with a lot of users on the wi-fi. But there is a cost: The switch to cellular could mean you’re using more data from your monthly plan - with the potential of significantly more than you are used to using. If you’re on a monthly fixed data wireless plan, it might be worth checking to see if your data consumption has risen. Keep in mind how much data you tend to use on a monthly basis and compare that to your usage since upgrading to iOS 9. Head to Settings > Cellular to see your data tally, and scroll to the bottom to see if Wi-Fi Assist is on. This new features isn't a bug. Apple is aware that it is an "issue". Switching the setting to the off mode should bring your consumption back in line with your normal usage.
Disable Geocaching on your Cellular Device 9/19/14
Each application is different. Some applications just show a general location (such as Twitter or Google Maps) of where you are. Other applications get to the nitty gritty and show the exact location of you at the moment (some with a dot showing your location!). If geocaching is not critical for your business purposes, disable it. Having hackers and thieves know your pinpointed location, especially when traveling, is scary.

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