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Did you know that it's possible to remove an app while keeping its documents and data intact with iOS 11?
As explained in my previous post, this feature is called app offloading.
It allows to temporarily save local storage space on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch, without losing any data along the way.
This is especially useful for devices with only 8 GB or 16 GB of local storage space.
Apple released iOS 11 on September 19th.
If you stayed on the sidelines, you did well.
Indeed, early releases of a brand new operating system invariably brings a few bugs along.
This is why it’s usually wise to wait at least for the second point release.
Still wondering whether you should upgrade your iPhone to iOS 11?
Well, you are not alone asking this question.
My goal with this post is to help you make a decision.
Sean Arenas asked the following question on Quora:
Can I sync photo albums and choose which ones to sync if I enable iCloud storage on my iPhone and Mac?
The short answer is "possibly" and it depends from two factors:
- The size of your main Photos library
- Your willingness to manage multiple libraries on your Mac
Between 5 June and 9 June 2017, Apple is holding its annual worldwide developer conference (WWDC) in San Jose, California.
For one week, more the 5,000 developers from more than 70 countries get to meet and discover new features that Apple has been working on over the past 12 months, both in hardware and software.
In case you don't know, the first day is always kicked off with a presentation called the "Keynote", during which Tim Cook, (the CEO) and his team paint a picture of what is coming up in the world of Apple.
An anonymous Quora user asked this question and added this information:
I owned the first version Apple TV and it didn't allow you to sign into your Flickr account allowing only for viewing of public photos. Has this changed with the newest version?
By activating iCloud Photo Library, all the albums and folders get synchronised via iCloud.
This is great but it usually requires to buy additional iCloud storage.
So, what if you wanted to sync only some pictures and/or albums?
In that case, I can suggest 3 options, each with their pros and cons.
I have fond memories of the iPhone 4.
In fact, it was my first iPhone ever and was a welcome upgrade to my old Nokia E71.
I’m a technologist but not an early adopter, except for one device: the iPad.
And if you’re wondering, yes, my first generation iPad is still working fine.
But let’s get back to the iPhone 4 which was released in 2010 too.
If you’re still using one as your main phone, not only are you missing out on cool features but you’re putting yourself at risk too.
The reason is simple
I’m happy with Pzizz.
It helps me clear my mind around mid-day through a guided meditation (via the “nap” function).
It depends from your current iCloud configuration and what other devices you have in your possession.
If you have activated iCloud Photo Library, then your photos & videos are automatically copied to iCloud. If you have activated the “Optimize iPhone Storage” option, then you do not have the full resolution version of your photos and videos locally stored on your iPhone anymore.
CodeNorth asked this question and added the following information:
When I try to access iCloud from settings on my iPhone it says I need to verify the email. But when I go on the computer to sign in to iCloud to verify the email it says on there verify the email to access the account. I need to verify to access, but I can't access to verify. Thanks for any help.