Hi there, Terminal is an application that lives in your Applications folder, in a subfolder called Utilities. Be careful, though; if you're not familiar with how it works and how to enter commands, it's easy to make mistakes with unintended consequences. So just tread lightly. —Melissa
Hey Mark, If you've done a factory reset (and all other settings seem to be correct; for example, Cellular Data is indeed on at the top of that screen), then it sounds like it might be a hardware problem. I'd take the device to your local Genius Bar and have them look it over. :( —Melissa
Oh. Well, that's a GIGANTIC bummer, then. :(
Oh, that stinks! It only works for me when I follow the steps listed above with the Dock shortcut, but at least it does work. Might be worth sending feedback to Apple about…?
Hi iJack! My Finder actually does do that, at least if I'm understanding you correctly. If you open your most-used locations as tabs and then close the whole window by clicking on the red stoplight button, do those same tabs reappear when you click on Finder again? —Melissa
Hey Marcos, Right- or Control-click on a bookmarks folder in your toolbar and pick "Automatically Open in Tabs." —Melissa
Hey steveald, What I usually do is set up two alerts—one for an hour before the appointment and one for when I need to leave. You can configure additional alerts by hovering over an existing one (a small plus button appears). Hope you find that useful. —Melissa
You're welcome! Thank you for reading.
Why, you're welcome! Happy to be of service. —Melissa