Accidentally deleted an email and want to get it back? Using the built-in Mail app on your iPad? Look no further.
open the mail app
use the back buttons in the top right to navigate to your main mailbox
click on the trash folder
here you should be able to see the email(s) you accidently deleted
tap the circle next to the email(s) you accidently deleted
your emails will now be back in their rightful place.
Pro tip: if you have accidentally deleted a single email, shake your phone straight after and this will undo the action returning you email without having to go through all of the steps outlined above.
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All of our articles are based on common questions we on team illPod are asked on a regular basis, so if you have a question let us know and we will do our best to answer it and maybe write a blog on the subject.
What to do if you get a popup on the iPhone and the only option is to press ok?
If you are presented with a popup on your iPhone claiming that you have won a prize or that your iPhone is at risk with no option but to press ‘ok’: do not press ok! This could lead to a barrage of further pop-ups. Simply follow the instructions below:
Press the home button twice and swipe up to quit Safari, Facebook or whatever app the popup appeared in.
This should fix the issue, you will be ok to re-open the app and carry on as normal. However if this method does not fix the issue follow the next steps below.
Switch your device off and on again.
Follow the steps in our article on Safari’s popup blocker to avoid further popups.
Did this article help you? Let us know in the comments, also if you have screen shots of the popup that appeared on your device then please send it in, as we are interested to see how many variations there are out there.
We have had customers ask for help with Apple’s new night mode setting and made this list to solve some common issues. Night shift is Apple’s new night time feature for iPhone and iPad. When activated it will change the brightness and soften the colours on your screen with an aim to help you sleep better.
Having problems with Night Shift? Here are a few reasons why night mode may not appear in the settings on your device or unexpectedly deactivate itself.
You are not running iOS 9.3 or above
You can check which version of iOS you are using in Settings > general > about. If you are not running iOS 9.3 or higher then you need to tap update in settings > general >software update
night shift is only available for iPhone 5S and above.
Unfortunately the following devices do support iOS 9.3 but do not support night shift: iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, iPod touch 5G, iPad mini, iPad 2, iPad 3, iPad 4.
setting changes cause night mode to deactivate
Activating low power mode or changing accessibility settings can cause night shift to deactive.
Have you had a play with night shift, let us know what you think in the comments.