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What to Do If Your iPad Gets Disabled By Too Many Passcode Entries

A built-in security feature can turn your iOS device into a paperweight if someone enters an incorrect passcode too many times. Here’s how to recover from that situation.

 
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iOS 10.3 Adds New File System, Find My AirPods, and More

How to Identify High-Performance GPU Apps on the MacBook Pro

How to Restore Data from iCloud

The State of iBooks in Early 2017

Fixing (and Explaining) PDFpen 8.3.1’s Crash on Launch

Run Ookla Speedtest from Your Menu Bar

Sierra PDF Problems Get Worse in 10.12.2

How to Fix Connection Problems with the AirPods

Apple Support App Streamlines Support Options in iOS

 

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iOS 10.2 Adds TV App, HomeKit Notifications, New Emojis

Some 2016 MacBook Pros Suffering USB Drive Problems

How to Stop iCloud Calendar Spam

Apple Announces iPhone 6s Repair Program for Unexpected Shutdowns

Apple Launches iPhone 6 Plus Multi-Touch Repair Program

iOS 10.1.1 Fixes Viewing of Health Data

macOS 10.12.1 Sierra, watchOS 3.1, and tvOS 10.0.1 Mostly Fix Bugs

How to Enable “Hey Siri” in macOS 10.12 Sierra

Lost in Sierra: Five Missing Features

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