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How can I unlock my iPad if I cannot remember the Apple ID or password?
Forgetting the login and password to an Apple ID is not the best feeling in the world particularly given how integral an Apple login is to the broader iOS and Mac OS X experience. So if you or someone else happens to forget an Apple ID or the password to an Apple account what should you do? First don freak out were human and this stuff happens. Apple provides multiple ways to recover a forgotten ID login or password and you can start the recovery process either directly on an iPhone iPad or iPod touch Mac Windows PC or just about anything with a web browser. The steps exed below applies for Apple devices like iPad iPhone or iPod Touch. If you forgot your Apple ID italic Use these steps to find your Apple ID. Your Apple ID is the account you use to sign in to all Apple services. If you forgot your Apple ID or aren't sure you have one there are a few ways to find it. You can also reset your password s to regain access. See if you're already signed in with your Apple ID You might already be signed in on one of your Apple devices. View the Apple ID that you're using for Apple services. On your iPhone iPad or iPod touch Look for your Apple ID in your iCloud or iTunes & App Store settings. iCloud Tap Settings your name. On iOS 1.2 or earlier tap Settings iCloud. iTunes & App Stores Tap Settings your name iTunes & App Stores. On iOS 1.2 or earlier tap Settings iTunes & App Stores. You can also try these other services Tap Settings Accounts & Passwords. On iOS 1.3 or earlier tap Settings Mail Contacts Calendars. Tap Settings Messages Send & Receive. Tap Settings FaceTime. Tap Settings Mail Contacts Calendars. If you forgot your Apple ID password italic If you have issues when you try to sign in with your Apple ID password use these steps to reset it and regain access to your account. Your Apple ID is the account that you use for everything you do with Apple like when you shop the iTunes Store sign in to iCloud buy an app and more. To reset your password you need to know the email address for your Apple ID. Don't know the email address for your Apple ID? s Reset your password Instructions vary based on the of security that you use for your Apple ID. For example if you're asked to confirm your phone number use steps for two-factor authentication s#twofact . Choose the that you use Two-factor authentication s#twofact Email password nand security questions s#questions Two-step verification s#twostep Two-factor authentication If you have two-factor authentication s enabled for your Apple ID you can reset your password from any trusted iPhone iPad iPod touch or Mac with a password or passcode that's enabled s . Can't access any of your devices? s#help On your iPhone iPad or iPod touch Make sure that your device has iOS 1 or later s . Tap your name Password & Security Change Password then follow the onscreen steps to update your password. For iOS 1.2 or earlier tap iCloud your name Password & Security Change Password then follow the onscreen steps. ordered-list Need help with the previous step? You might not be signed in to iCloud. Open Settings and tap Sign in to your device Don have an Apple ID or forgot it then follow the onscreen steps. For iOS 1.2 or earlier tap iCloud Forgot Apple ID or Password then follow the onscreen steps.
Since there are already Pages, Keynote, and Numbers for the iPhone/iPad, then why did Microsoft still want to create Word, PowerPoint, and Excel for the iPhone/iPad?
Your question mentions three products. All of which are dev and distributed by Apple. When I get my iMac 27 this year it will definitely have those products on it. Now let's turn our focus on Microsoft. The worlds wealthiest man didn't get their wishing his products onto any and allputers. Much less what was seen as apetitor OS. The Redmond Company ported ALL of its wares to run on any and all OS for what it perceives as total market domination. If you look on the Apple App Store search any Microsoft products and you'll find virtually every product is available for free with just a few in app purchase conditions. Now games that's a different story. Halo is a paid app. You have to pay to play. Some background on me. I've been using Office since I didn't know how long. I'm running version 213 Pro and getting regular updates with Win 1 Dev Insider Program Fast Ring. Generally I'm pleased but I'm definitely moving to the Apple eco-system with a Big Mac pun intended this with a Kaby Lake X processor. Intel and Apple are finally on the same page product cycle and production ramp up speed. I'm still on the fence weather I'll get the Microsoft version of Office for Mac. I can get a hard copy through m work for $1. USD. I have a lot docs and PowerPoints that I just can't toss out and cross over to iWork. Who knows I'm a software junkie and I'll probably end up with both! So big picture getting bigger. Microsoft business model is this. If you can't sell enough of it and you want mass market exposure give it away! Maybe they'll buy Halo or larger GB cloud storage plan. It's an old marketing principle. Get them in the door and then upsell then. Terry
I see that Apple promote Microsoft Office with the new iPad Pro 9.7. They have a plan to shut down iWork (Pages, Numbers, Keynote)?
No. Why would you think that? Apple make money from hardware. The iWork productivity apps are given away free with new hardware and that adds value to the hardware. But some users want more Officepatibility so Apple is happy to advertise that fact.
Is it worth it to buy an Office subscription to use Microsoft Office apps on my iPad, or should I stick with Apple’s pre-installed alternatives (Pages, Keynote, Numbers)?
Is it worth it to buy an Office subscription to use Microsoft Office apps on my iPad or should I stick with Apple pre-installed alternatives (Pages Keynote Numbers)? Yes it is well worth it. I have Mac iPad iPhone TV Watch etc and I still have an Office 365 subscription. You get all the applications on fiveputers and five devices. The apps are totallypatible across Win PC Mac iPad iPhone etc and you can store 1TB of stuff in Onedrive which is waaay cheaper than iCloud drive. Given everyone else has Microsoft Office too and it makes it so easy to exchange documents with one another I can heartily rmend a Microsoft 365 Family Subscription. That and what you use at work will very likely be Microsoft 365 too. So you can BYOD and it will play nicely with work if you want it to.
How do I use OneNote for UPSC preparation?
I think I can answer this. Ive been using one note for over a year and it has indeed made note taking very easy. There are many benefits of using OneNote over the traditional method. OneNote ispletely free. It synchronizes across all your devices. All is stored online. No need to worry about losing them. Everything is Sorted! Ill tell you how I make notes on OneNote. Earlier I used Windows PC for making notes and here are few snippets. (A) I copy current affairs from INSIGHTS and paste it in OneNote and then later I annotate it according to my need. (B) These are my Notebooks. (The Notebooks that I don use anymore are closed but they are still saved on my OneDrive) (C) These are my NCERT notes of Geography. You can take screen clipings from anywhere and it gets saved on OneNote on the desired page. You can copy a definition or Google Images directly on it. (D) Notes can be properly arranged into Notebooks Sections and Pages. (You can make any number of these things) (E) You can even read and highlight PDFs on it. (F) Also you can use a Digital Planner on OneNote for writing your daily tasks and keep a check. This is a custom made. (I downloaded from a free source and then changed it a little bit) I have started using iPad 218 and here are few screenshots of OneNote on iPad. This is it!nThis is how I use OneNote. If you have any doubts you can ask me. All the Best!