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Discussion in 'iPad General Discussions' started by Thomas1977, Sep 23, 2017.

  1. Thomas1977

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    I have iOS 11 on my iPad mini 2. And under settings it says version iOS 11 (15A372). What does this mean? I had the public beta but recently got off the beta profile. I saw this under the about section.
     
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    The number in brackets is the build number of the currently installed iOS version. When iOS 11 is updated, you’ll see the build number change. You would have noticed this with each new beta you installed on your iPad.
     
  3. brixtonboy

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    In notes when swiping to the left, what does the blue option do ?

    Something to do with iCloud?
    Thanks in advance
     
  4. J. A.

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    You can put the note into a folder when you use that option. That’s not iCloud only, it also works with other accounts, such as Gmail, e.g.
     
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    Don’t know what to say
     
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    Thanks very much, just moved all my baby car notes into their own folder.
    Yes l know it sounds langweilig but it makes life a lot easier.

    After all due you know when your engine oil was last changed etc.
     
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    My pleasure! :)
     
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    I’ve read a few articles about using emoji in files systems and lables. As a result all my important Notes folders start with an emoji that makes them easy to spot. I’ve also used this to make emoji based searches in Contacts (search for family using a family emoji, emergency numbers with an abulance emoji, etc). You put the emoji in the Notes field.

    Ive used emoji to identify a Reminder type (vehicle, money, phone) in lists, and I like to add an emoji to calendar events to remind me what the event is about, and whether it’s important (events I ‘might’ care about vs events where I have a commitment to act.)

    I mention this because the baby car emoji make me think you might be using it for your new Notes folder.

    Of course, this isnt’ iOS 11 specific. You’ve been able to do this since iOS 9, if not earlier, but I thought it was worth mentioning.
     
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    I'm not getting the iOS 11 option to upgrade, I have iPad 2....is it too old? Would this mean I can no longer do upgrades. Last one is 10.3.3
     
  10. Thomas1977

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    Yeah it probably is too old. If it’s not a mini 2 .
     

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