appletv – How can I delete my info from Apple TV first generation storage

appletv – How can I delete my info from Apple TV first generation storage – Ask Different

pdf – Why is the Bookmark button disabled in Apple Books?

pdf – Why is the Bookmark button disabled in Apple Books? – Ask Different

appletv – Actual time on netflix apple tv

appletv – Actual time on netflix apple tv – Ask Different

apple pay – NFC not working on iPhone 11 Pro

The glass on the back cover was broken on my iPhone 11 Pro, so I removed it and glued the new one

Now NFC (Apple Pay) does not work for me after that

I’ve changed the Wifi/Bluetooth/NFC antenna module, but it does not help. When I check this module with multimeter, it does work, it also works, when I check it on the back cover. But it does nothing when I assemble my phone and try to pay

Any ideas, how to fix that?

mail.app – iCalendar (.ics) attachment can’t be added in Gmail app to Apple Calendar

.ics attached can be viewed in Gmail app, but there are no button to add it to Apple Calendar.

Gmail image:

In Mail app the window looks same but has buttons to add the event:

Also there is no option to share the attachment into the Calendar directly.
I see that Gmail app parsed the event info, but even with Google Calendar installed I can not do anything with it. I have these options in Gmail app on Android.

Why is that and is there another easy option to import this event without Apple Mail?
It’s Google who did not code this feature or Apple’s restriction?

Edit: https://discussions.apple.com/thread/251135443 no answer to “why”.

iphone – How does apple mail deal with 2FA

I recently set up 2fa and chose google authenticator as the second method. My email accounts are outlook, gmail and icloud.

After setup I experienced what was expected, by which I mean a trade-off between convenience and security. I have struggled with outlook & thunderbird for example, my credentials (app password) expires every now and then, so I have to update every so often or just use a web browser. Gmail seems to be more stable but that isn’t my question here.

Mail on iphone (SE 2020, os 14.6) always works at first setup, never failing, despite only knowing my login password (each three providers). What is going on here? Am I dealing with a feature or a vulnerability?

Here is what I’ve considered but failed to query here or on google.
A) the smart phone connects to the server very often, therefore the app password does not expire

B) the smart phone always looks up one-time passwords on google authenticator, performing repeated logins that I do not see

C) the smart phone is a ”trusted device” that can somehow ignore 2fa

If this is a vulnerability, I would like to know if it is serious. If it is a feature, are there methods to implement it on other devices (e.g. ubuntu pc)

mac appstore – Is it possible to set up an Apple ID for a small business that isn’t tied to a phone?

I work in IT for a small business (not enterprise) that has maybe 40 macOS devices. Sometimes when purchasing or downloading a program, we’re required to sign in with an Apple ID. Right now we have a number of Apple IDs created at different times, which are associated with various cellphone numbers and iOS devices. I’d like to create one (or a limited number) of IDs we can use as a company, that will still allow people to access the App Store and any purchases that have been made there even if the person who’s cellphone it is associated with isn’t working that day (or leaves the company etc).

I’ve tried several times to create new accounts without associating it with a phone, but I can’t find a way to create something that doesn’t ping my personal cellphone whenever I do something like sign into the App Store on a new computer while setting up a macbook for someone. It seems crazy to buy a pay-as-you-go cellphone just to receive 2 Factor text messages, or walk up to reception and answer the main company line to get the code every time, but that seems to be where we’re at. Or, I guess, make a new account every time we lose access to the old one, and re-pay for any App Store purchases.

mail.app – How can I set up Apple Mail on macOS to work with Gmail ActiveSync?

I’d like to receive push Gmail emails. My organisation offers Gmail ActiveSync, and I was able to configure this to work easily on my iPhone. However I cannot seem to get it to work on my Mac.

If I try adding it bedding “New Account > Microsoft Exchange” I’m eventually hit with “Internal/External URL” which I do not have.

If I try adding it as a “Mail Account” it simply does not work, and I noted that that option has nowhere for me to enter the “domain” setting that I had to enter on iPhone.

Here are the settings that work on iPhone:

Email: email@gmail.organization.com
Password: Password
Username: Email: email@organization.com

Server: m.google.com
Domain: google

Thank you!

how does store product info in my develop server with apple app purchase

how does store product info in my develop server with apple app purchase – Ask Different

activity.app – Setting Activity goals in Apple Health on iPhone (not Apple Watch)

activity.app – Setting Activity goals in Apple Health on iPhone (not Apple Watch) – Ask Different

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