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How to fix the Retro mode 1970 bug prank iPad + iPod touch (Gadget Mechanix) repair tips iPad iOS 9



Did you get tricked by the fake ad supposedly from Apple that says that your iPhone has a secret easter egg in iOS called “retro mode” that is activated when you set your iPhone date to January 1, 1970? Did you do this on the iPad and iPod touch? Well, we have a solution.

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  1. I really have to know if it is the same process to fix an iPad Air 2 or the "inside" is different !! Please answer and I'll subscribe and like!!!!

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