What devices are compatible with iOS11?
iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone SE, iPhone 5s,
and the iPod touch 6th generation.
12.9‑inch iPad Pro 2nd generation, 12.9‑inch iPad Pro 1st generation, 10.5‑inch iPad Pro, 9.7‑inch iPad Pro, iPad Air 2, iPad Air,
iPad 6th generation, iPad 5th generation, iPad mini 4, iPad mini 3, iPad mini 2
What version of iPhone do I have?
To identify the particular version of iPhone you have simply look at the Model Number on the back and check the list on this Apple website.
How do I factory reset an iPhone or iPad?
To reset your iPhone or iPad go to Settings | General | Reset and then select Erase All Content and Settings. After typing in your passcode, you'll get a warning box appear, with the option to Erase iPhone (or iPad) in red. Before you proceed please ensure you have an up-to-date backup so that you can restore your apps and data. When you certain you want to reset your phone tap to complete.
When was my iPhone released?
iPhone 6 (Plus) ____________ 19 September 2014
iPhone 6S (Plus) ___________ 25 September 2015
iPhone SE ________________ 31 March 2016
iPhone 7 (Plus) ____________ 16 September 2016
iPhone 8 (Plus) ____________ 22 September 2017
iPhone X _________________ 3 November 2017
What are the worst habits you see in parents which are then demonstrated / passed onto children?
This is not as straight-forward as I initially thought and have had to spend some time thinking about it. The over-riding habit children are suffering from today is excessive screentime.
I have worked in the technology sector for over 20 years and rely heavily on my iPhone, MacBook and Mac Mini for work as well as the other ventures and projects I am involved in. This means I have to keep strict discipline around my own screentime usage. I try hard to make the computer or my phone 'a' thing and not 'the' thing.
Imagine if you had a toolbox full of tools but only ever used the hammer and used it a lot not even stopping to hammer when someone was talking to you. You'd use the hammer for nails but also for screws, pins, tacks, raw plugs... everything (even when you had other, different even better tools in your toolbox)!
Now imagine trying to stop a team mate who was always using their hammer, for eveything, all the time. Not an easy thing to do unless you're running a completely autocratic family and it's 'do as I say not as I do'.