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Fix: Safari Cannot Open the Page Because the Network Connection was Lost

Fix: Safari Cannot Open the Page Because the Network Connection was Lost
If you are trying to open a website that is using https or http on your iPhone or iPad, you may receive the following error if you are on the latest iOS update. The error also happens either over Wi-Fi or your Cellular data network.   Safari cannot open the page because the network connection was lost.   You may be able to open the website fine on other iPhones or iPads devices that are using a different version of iOS. There seems to be a bug in the latest version of iOS and Safari that prevents the page from loading (it doesn’t matter if you are on WiFi or using your Cellular Data Network) Deeper analysis using Safari Web Inspector on or Mac reveals the website we were trying to...

iPhone Change Calendar Color

iPhone Change Calendar Color
You can easily change the color of any calendar added to your iPhone. Follow these steps.   Customize iPhone Calendar Color   1. Open your Calendar App on your iPhone.  2. Select Calendars at bottom.   3. Find the Calendar added on your iPhone you want to change the color for.   4. Select the info icon next to the calendar name. You will be able to change the color of your calendar to red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, or brown.

How to Resolve an Internal Website in your Browser?

How to Resolve an Internal Website in your Browser?
If you have an internal site / website on your network you are trying to access in your computer web browser but can’t, perform the following validation steps to help troubleshoot where the problem is and why you can’t access the site.   How to Resolve Intranet Website Internally?   1. Perform an nslookup (Windows or Mac). This will attempt to resolve the internal site name by your computer’s DNS to ensure the site is correctly setup by IP address.   2. In Internet Explorer (or the web browser your trying) append a forward slash “/” to the end of the web URL. You should always specify http or https in front of the URL if the site isn’t setup to redirect to the correct protocol.   3. Finally, ensure...

Not Enough Storage iPad

Not Enough Storage iPad
You may receive a message that storage is running low on your iDevice when you try to install an app or perform a task.   Not Enough Storage This iPad cannot be backed up because there is not enough iCloud storage available. You can manage your storage in Settings.   The quickest way to check and free space on your device go to the following   Settings -> General -> Storage & iCloud Usage -> Manage Storage (Top storage screen)   This screen tells you apps taking up the most space. Review all your apps and see if you can either delete photos, music, videos. Additionally, try to re-install any application that is showing to be taking up a lot of space (Apps that can take up space over time are...

Cannot Take Photo iPhone iPad

Cannot Take Photo iPhone iPad
You may receive a message that storage is running low on your iDevice when you try to install an app or perform a task.   Cannot Take Photo There is not enough available storage to take a photo. You can manage your storage in Settings.   The quickest way to check and free space on your device go to the following   Settings -> General -> Storage & iCloud Usage -> Manage Storage (Top storage screen)   This screen tells you apps taking up the most space. Review all your apps and see if you can either delete photos, music, videos. Additionally, try to re-install any application that is showing to be taking up a lot of space (Apps that can take up space over time are Twitter, Snapchat, Facebook, Waze)....
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