Friday, February 19, 2021

Overdelivery credit - Google Ads Help [gg-google-ads-en]

Overdelivery credit

A credit applied to your account if we've shown your ad so much that you exceed your monthly charging limit. Google doesn't charge you for these clicks and can automatically issue a credit on your invoice.

How it works:

  • Overdelivery is when Google Ads shows your ad more than what your budget would normally allow. And this can help make up for those days when your ad doesn't show very much.
  • When overdelivery happens, your total daily cost could be up to 2 times your average daily budget. But in a complete monthly billing period, you'll never be charged more than your monthly charging limit -- the average number of days in a month (30.4) multiplied by your average daily budget.
  • If Google overdelivers your ads too often, and you accrue more costs in a complete monthly billing period than your budget allows, an overdelivery credit is automatically applied to your account.

More about overdelivery
More about monthly charging limits
More about managing your budget

Maximum CPC bid: Definition - Google Ads Help [gg-google-ads-en]

Maximum CPC bid: Definition

A bid that you set to determine the highest amount that you're willing to pay for a click on your ad.

Max CPC bid
  • If someone clicks your ad, that click won't cost you more than the maximum cost-per-click bid (or "max. CPC") that you set. For example, if you set a $2 max. CPC bid, you'll never pay more than $2 for each click on your ad. The actual amount that you pay is called the actual CPC and is shown in your account's "Avg. CPC" column.
  • A higher bid generally helps your ad show in a higher ad position on the page.
  • You'll choose between manual bidding (you choose your bid amounts) and automatic bidding (you set a target average daily budget and the Google Ads system automatically adjusts your max. CPC bids on your behalf, with the goal of getting you the most clicks possible within that budget). With manual bidding, you'll set one maximum CPC bid for an entire ad group, but can also set different bids for individual keywords.

When your Max. CPC may be exceeded:

If you use the following features, your actual bid may be higher than the Max. CPC bid you have set:

Keyword matching options: Definition - Google Ads Help [gg-google-ads-en]

Keyword matching options: Definition

Settings for each keyword that help control how closely the keyword needs to match a person's search term in order to trigger your ad.

Each keyword uses a matching option to help control which searches should trigger your ad to show. You can choose one or more matching options for a keyword. If you don't specify a particular matching option, keywords are considered as broad match.

Apple Pay participating banks and card issuers in Asia-Pacific - Apple Support

Apple Pay participating banks and card issuers in Asia-Pacific

Apple Pay works with many of the major credit, debit, and prepaid cards from the top banks and card issuers. Just add your supported cards and continue to get all the rewards, benefits, and security of your cards.

We're working with more banks and card issuers to support Apple Pay. If you don't see your bank or card issuer below, check back soon.

Some cards from participating banks and card issuers might not be supported in Apple Pay. Contact your bank or card issuer for more information.

Australia

   

  • 86 400
  • Acquire One
  • American Express
  • AMP Bank
  • ANZ
  • Australian Military Bank
  • Australian Unity
  • AWA Alliance Bank
  • Bank Australia
  • Bank First
  • Bank of Heritage Isle
  • Bank of Queensland Specialist
  • Bank of Sydney
  • Bank of us
  • BankVic
  • Bankwest
  • BDCU Alliance Bank
  • Bendigo Bank
  • Beyond Bank Australia
  • BOQ Specialist
  • Border Bank
  • Central Murray Credit Union Ltd.
  • Central West Credit Union Ltd.
  • CIRCLE Alliance Bank
  • Citi Australia
  • Coastline Credit Union
  • Coles Financial Services
  • Commonwealth Bank of Australia
  • Community First Credit Union Ltd.
  • Credit Union SA Ltd.
  • CUA
  • Defence Bank
  • DiviPay
  • Edge
  • EML Payment Solution Ltd
  • Endeavour Mutual Bank
  • Firefighters Mutual Bank
  • Fire Service Credit Union
  • First Option Bank
  • Geelong Bank
  • Goldfields Money Ltd.
  • Goulburn Murray Credit Union
  • Hay
  • Health Professionals Bank
  • Heritage Bank
  • Holiday Coast Credit Union Ltd.
  • Horizon Bank
  • HSBC
  • Hume Bank
  • Illawarra Credit Union Limited
  • IMB Bank
  • INC.C Payments
  • ING
  • Intech Credit Union Ltd.
  • Klarna Australia Pty Ltd.
  • Laboratories Credit Union Ltd.
  • Latitude Financial Services
  • Lombard Finance
  • Macquarie
  • ME Bank
  • MoneyMe
  • Move Bank
  • MyLife MyFinance
  • MyState Bank Ltd.
  • National Australia Bank
  • Nexus Mutual
  • Northern Beaches Credit Union
  • Northern Inland Credit Union
  • Nova Alliance Bank
  • Once Credit
  • Orange Credit Union
  • P&N Bank
  • Paywith
  • People's Choice Credit Union
  • Police Bank
  • Police Credit Union Ltd.
  • Qbank
  • QCCU
  • Qpay
  • Qudos Bank
  • RACQ
  • Revolut
  • RSL Money
  • SERVICE ONE Alliance Bank
  • Skye provided by FlexiCards Australia Pty Ltd
  • South West Slopes Credit Union
  • Spriggy
  • Summerland Financial Services Limited
  • Suncorp
  • Sydney Mutual Bank
  • Teachers Mutual Bank
  • The Broken Hill Community Credit Union Ltd
  • The Mac
  • TransferWise
  • UBank
  • UniBank
  • Unity Bank Ltd.
  • Up Money
  • Vault Payment Solutions
  • Warwick Credit Union Ltd.
  • WAW Credit Union
  • Westpac Banking Corporation
  • Wildcard Money Pty Ltd
  • Woolworths Group Limited
  • Woolworths Team Bank
  • Xinja Bank
  • Zip

China mainland

   

  • Agricultural Bank of China
  • Bank of Baoding
  • Bank of Beijing
  • Bank of ChangSha
  • Bank of Chengdu
  • Bank of China
  • Bank of ChongQing
  • Bank of Communications
  • Bank of Dalian
  • Bank of Dandong
  • Bank of Dongguan
  • Bank of GuangZhou
  • Bank of Guiyang
  • Bank of Hainan
  • Bank of Hangzhou
  • Bank of HeBei
  • Bank of Huludao
  • Bank of Huzhou
  • Bank of Jiangsu
  • Bank of Jilin
  • Bank of Jinhua
  • Bank of Jinzhou
  • Bank of Kunlun
  • Bank of Lanzhou
  • Bank of Nanjing
  • Bank of NingBo
  • Bank of Ningxia
  • Bank of Quanzhou
  • Bank of Shanghai
  • Bank of ShiZuiShan
  • Bank of Suzhou
  • Bank of Taizhou
  • Bank of Tianjin
  • Bank of Urumqi
  • Bank of Wenzhou
  • Bank of Xi An
  • Bank Of ZhangJiaKou
  • Bank of Zhengzhou
  • Beijing Rural Commercial Bank
  • Changzhi Bank
  • ChengDu Rural Commercial Bank
  • China Bohai Bank
  • China Construction Bank
  • China Everbright Bank
  • China Guangfa Bank
  • China Merchants Bank
  • China Minsheng Banking Corporation
  • China Resources Bank Of Zhuhai
  • China Zheshang Bank
  • Chongqing Rural Commercial Bank
  • CITIC
  • CITIC AIBank
  • Da Tong Bank
  • Dalian Rural Commercial Bank
  • Dongguan Rural Commercial Bank
  • ExpressPay
  • Fubon Bank
  • Fujian Rural Credit Union
  • Great Wall West China Bank
  • Guangdong Huaxing Bank
  • Guangdong NanYue Bank
  • GUANGDONG RURAL CREDIT UNION
  • Guangzhou Rural Commercial Bank
  • Guilin Bank
  • Haikou Rural Commercial Bank
  • Harbin Bank
  • Henan Province Rural Credit Cooperatives Union
  • Hengfeng Bank
  • HSBC
  • Huarong Xiangjiang Bank
  • Huaxia Bank
  • Hubei Bank
  • HuiShang Bank
  • Hunan Rural Credit Cooperative
  • Industrial and Commercial Bank of China
  • Industrial Bank of China
  • Jiang Xi Rural Credit Union Bank
  • Jiangnan Rural Commercial Bank
  • Jiangsu Changjiang Commercial Bank
  • Jiangsu Jiangyin Rural Commercial Bank
  • Jiangsu Rural Credit Union
  • Jiangsu Suning Bank
  • Jiangxi Bank
  • JILIN PROVINCE RURAL CREDIT BANK
  • JinCheng Bank
  • Jinzhong Bank
  • LangFang Bank
  • Leshan City Commercial Bank
  • Liaoning Rural Credit Cooperatives
  • Luzhou City Commercial Bank
  • Mengshang Bank
  • Mianyang City Commercial Bank
  • Panzhihua City Commercial Bank
  • Ping An Bank
  • Postal Savings Bank of China
  • Qingdao Bank
  • Rural Commercial Bank of Zhangjiagang
  • Shanghai Huarui Bank
  • Shanghai Pudong Development Bank
  • Shanghai Rural Commercial Bank
  • Shanxi Rural Credit Cooperatives Union
  • Shanxi Rural Credit Union
  • ShaoXing Bank
  • Shengjing Bank
  • Shenzhen Rural Commercial Bank
  • Shunde Rural Commercial Bank
  • Sichuan Rural Credit Union
  • SiChuan TianFu Bank
  • Sichuan XW Bank
  • Suining City Commercial Bank
  • The Bank of East Asia (China)
  • The Rural Credit Union of Hainan Province
  • Tianjin Binhai Rural Commercial Bank
  • WeBank
  • Xiamen Bank
  • Xiamen International Bank
  • YangQuan City Commercial Bank
  • YellowRiver Bank
  • Yibin City Commercial Bank
  • Yinzhou Bank
  • Yunnan HongTa Bank
  • Yunnan Rural Credit Cooperatives
  • Zhejiang Chouzhou Commercial Bank
  • Zhejiang Rural Cooperatives
  • Zhejiang Tailong commercial bank
  • ZhongYuan Bank

Hong Kong

   

  • American Express*
  • Bank of America, National Association, Hong Kong Branch (Mastercard credit cards)
  • Bank of China, Hong Kong (Mastercard, UnionPay, and Visa credit cards, Union Pay debit cards)
  • Bank of East Asia (Mastercard, UnionPay, and Visa credit cards)
  • China CITIC Bank International (Mastercard and Visa credit cards)
  • China Construction Bank (Asia) (Mastercard and Visa credit cards)
  • Citibank (Mastercard and Visa credit cards, Mastercard debit cards)
  • Dahsing Bank (Mastercard and Visa credit cards)
  • DBS (Mastercard and Visa credit cards)
  • Hang Seng Bank (Mastercard, UnionPay debit and credit cards, and Visa credit cards)
  • HKT Payment Limited (Mastercard and UnionPay prepaid cards)
  • HSBC (Mastercard, UnionPay debit and credit cards, and Visa credit cards)
  • ICBC (Asia) (UnionPay and Visa credit cards)
  • Livi Bank (Mastercard debit cards)
  • Mox Bank Limited (Mastercard debit cards)
  • PrimeCredit Limited (CUP and Visa credit cards)
  • Standard Chartered Bank (Mastercard and Visa credit cards, Union Pay debit cards)
  • ZA Bank (Visa debit cards)

*Bank-issued American Express cards aren't supported.

Macao

   

  • Banco Nacional Ultramarino, S.A. (Mastercard and UnionPay debit cards, UnionPay credit cards)
  • Bank of China Macau Branch (UnionPay credit cards)
  • ICBC (Macao) (UnionPay credit cards)

Taiwan

        

  • Bank SinoPac (MasterCard credit and debit cards, JCB and Visa credit cards)
  • Cathay United Bank (Mastercard and Visa credit and debit cards)
  • Citibank Taiwan (Mastercard and Visa credit cards, Mastercard debit cards)
  • CTBC Bank (JCB credit, Mastercard and Visa credit and debit cards)
  • E.SUN Commercial Bank (JCB, Mastercard and Visa credit and debit cards)
  • First Commercial Bank (JCB, Mastercard and Visa credit cards)
  • HSBC (Taiwan) Bank (MasterCard and Visa credit cards)
  • Hua Nan Commercial Bank (JCB, Mastercard and Visa credit cards)
  • KGI Bank (Mastercard and Visa credit cards)
  • Shin Kong Bank (Mastercard and Visa credit cards)
  • Standard Chartered Bank (Mastercard and Visa credit and debit cards)
  • Taipei Fubon Commercial Bank (Mastercard and Visa credit and debit cards)
  • Taishin International Bank (Mastercard and Visa credit and debit cards)
  • Union Bank of Taiwan (JCB, Mastercard and Visa credit cards, Visa debit cards)

Japan

   

  • Aeon Financial Service
  • Akita International Card
  • Akita JCB Card
  • American Express
  • APLUS
  • au Jibun Bank
  • Cedyna Financial Corporation
  • Chibagin JCB Card
  • Chubu Shinkin Bank Card
  • Chugoku Shinkin Card
  • Chukyo Card *
  • Credit Saison
  • Daishi JCB Card Corporation
  • Daiwa House Financial
  • Dogin Card *
  • East Japan Railway Company
  • Ehime JCB
  • Epos Card
  • Fidea Card *
  • Fukui Card *
  • Higashi Nippongin JCB Card
  • Higin Card *
  • Hirogin Card Service *
  • Hokuriku Card *
  • Hyakugo Card
  • Idemitsu Credit
  • JACCS
  • Japan Post Bank *
  • JCB
  • JFR Card *
  • Juhachi Card *
  • Juroku Card *
  • Kagoshima Card *
  • KDDI Corporation (au WALLET Card)
  • Kinki Shinkin Card *
  • Kiraboshi JCB *
  • Kirayaka Card *
  • Kochi Card *
  • Kyash
  • Kyogin Card Service *
  • KYSHU NIHON SHINPAN
  • Kyushu Shinkin Card *
  • Lawson Bank
  • LIFECARD
  • Merpay
  • Michinoku Card *
  • Minato Card *
  • Mitsubishi UFJ Nicos ***
  • Mixi
  • Miyagin Card *
  • MIYAZAKI SHINPAN
  • Mizuho Bank
  • Model Hyakka
  • Momiji Card, Inc. *
  • MUFG Bank
  • Musashino Card *
  • Nagoya Card *
  • Nagoya MC Card *
  • Nanto Card Service *
  • Nissenren
  • North Pacific Bank *
  • NTT Docomo, Inc. (d-card)
  • OC CARD
  • OKB PAYMENT PLAT *
  • Okigin JCB
  • Orient Corporation
  • Persona *
  • POCKET CARD
  • Rakuten Card
  • Resona Card
  • Sapporo Hokuyo Card, Inc. *
  • SB Payment Service Corp.
  • SBI Sumishin Net Bank
  • Senshu Ikeda JCB
  • Senshu Ikeda VC *
  • Seven Card Service *
  • Seven Cs Card Service
  • Shikoku Shinkin Card *
  • Shinkin Bank Card *
  • Shizugin Saison Card
  • Shoko Chukin Card *
  • Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation *
  • Sumitomo Mitsui Card
  • Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Card *
  • Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Club (Diners Club) **** 
  • Suruga Card *
  • Taiko Card
  • Takashimaya Credit
  • The 77 Bank
  • The 77 Card *
  • The Akita Bank *
  • The Aomori Bank *
  • The Ashikaga Bank *
  • The Awa Bank
  • The Awagin Card *
  • The Bank of Fukuoka *
  • The Bank of Kyoto *
  • THE BANK OF NAGOYA
  • The Bank of Okinawa
  • The Bank of Saga *
  • The Bank of Yokohama *
  • The Chiba Bank. *
  • The Chikuho Bank *
  • The Chugin Card (JCB Cards Only)
  • The Chugoku Bank *
  • The Daishi Hokuetsu Bank *
  • The Daito Credit Service *
  • The Ehime Bank
  • The FFG Card *
  • The Fukui Bank *
  • The Gungin Card *
  • The Gunma Bank *
  • The Hachijuni Bank
  • The Higo Bank
  • The Hiroshima Bank *
  • The Hokkoku Bank *
  • The Hokkoku Credit Service *
  • The Hokuetsu Card *
  • The Hokuto Bank *
  • The Hyakujushi Bank **
  • The Hyakujushi JCB Card
  • The Iwagin Credit Service Co. Ltd.
  • The Iyo Bank **
  • The Joyo Bank *
  • The Juhachi-Shinwa Bank
  • The Juroku Bank
  • The KAGOSHIMA BANK
  • The Kansai Credit Service *
  • The Keiyogin Card *
  • The Kiyo Bank
  • The Kiyo Card *
  • The Kumamoto Bank
  • The Kyushu Card *
  • The Miegin Card *
  • The Ogaki Kyoritsu Bank
  • The Oita Card *
  • The San-In Godo Bank
  • The Shigagin JCB
  • The Shikoku Bank *
  • The Shimizu Lease & Card
  • The Shizuoka Bank *
  • The Shonai Bank *
  • The Tajima Bank *
  • The Tochigi Bank
  • The Tochigin Card Service *
  • The Toho Bank *
  • The Toho Credit Service *
  • The Tokyo Tomin Bank Ltd.
  • The Yamagin Card Service *
  • The Yamaguchi Bank *
  • Toho Card *
  • Tohoku JCB Card
  • Tohoku Shinkin Bank Card *
  • Tokyo Credit Services *
  • Tomony Card. *
  • Torigin Card Service *
  • Towa Card *
  • Toyota Finance Corporation
  • Tsukuba Bank *
  • UC Card (Credit Saison cards only)
  • UCS
  • Viewcard
  • West Japan Railway Company (J-WEST Card)
  • Yamagin Card **
  • YJ Card Corporation
  • Youme Card

 

*UC Card and American Express cards are not supported.

**DC Card, UC Card, and American Express cards are not supported.

***JCB Cards and American Express cards are not supported.

****TRUST CLUB Card (Visa and Mastercard) is also supported.

To make payments in stores using QUICPay or iD, you can add credit and prepaid cards to Apple Pay on iPhone 7 and later or Apple Watch Series 2 and later. You can also add JCB, Mastercard, and American Express cards to Apple Pay on iPhone 6 and later to pay within apps and on the web.

Kazakhstan

  

  • Altyn Bank
  • ATFBank
  • Eurasian Bank
  • Halyk Bank
  • Sberbank
  • Bank CenterCredit
  • ForteBank

New Zealand

   

  • ANZ (Visa credit and debit cards)
  • ASB Bank Limited
  • BNZ
  • Flight Centre Mastercard by FlexiGroup NZ
  • Latitude Financial Services Limited
  • Laybuy
  • Q Mastercard by FlexiGroup NZ
  • Westpac New Zealand Limited

Singapore

     

  • American Express*
  • Citibank (Mastercard and Visa credit cards, Mastercard debit cards)
  • DBS (Mastercard and Visa credit and debit cards)
  • HSBC (Mastercard and Visa credit cards, Visa debit cards)
  • OCBC (Mastercard and Visa credit and debit cards)
  • POSB (Mastercard credit and debit cards)
  • Singtel (Visa Prepaid Card)
  • Standard Chartered Bank (Mastercard credit and debit cards, Visa credit cards)
  • TransferWise
  • United Overseas Bank (Mastercard and Visa credit and debit cards)

*Bank-issued American Express cards aren't supported.

Information about products not manufactured by Apple, or independent websites not controlled or tested by Apple, is provided without recommendation or endorsement. Apple assumes no responsibility with regard to the selection, performance, or use of third-party websites or products. Apple makes no representations regarding third-party website accuracy or reliability. Contact the vendor for additional information.

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Set up Find My on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Mac - Apple Support

Set up Find My on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Mac

Make sure that you set up Find My so that if you ever lose a device, including your paired AirPods or Apple Watch, you can locate it. 

Find My icon

After you set up Find My, you can locate a lost or stolen device, or even help a friend find their missing device. You can also share your location with friends, family, and contacts, ask to follow a friend's location, or get directions to a friend's location.

How to turn on Find My for your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch

  1. Open the Settings app.
  2. Tap your name, then tap Find My.
  3. If you want friends and family to know where you are, turn on Share My Location.
  4. Tap Find My [device], then turn on Find My [device].
  5. To see your device even when it's offline, turn on Find My network.* 
  6. To have the location of your device sent to Apple when the battery is low, turn on Send Last Location.

If you want to be able to find your lost device on a map, make sure that Location Services is turned on. To do this, go to Settings > Privacy > Location Services, and turn on Location Services.

* The Find My network is an encrypted, anonymous network of millions of Apple devices that can help you locate your device. 

How to add your AirPods or Apple Watch to Find My

If your AirPods or your Apple Watch are paired with your iPhone, they're automatically set up when you turn on Find My iPhone.

Learn how to find your AirPods or find your Apple Watch

How to turn on Find My for your Mac

  1. Choose Apple menu  > System Preferences.
  2. Click Security & Privacy, then click the Privacy tab. If the padlock in the lower left is locked , click it, then enter the name and password of the administrator.
  3. Select Location Services.
  4. Select the Enable Location Services checkbox, and make sure that the checkbox next to Find My is selected.
  5. Click Done, then return to the main System Preferences window. 
  6. Click Apple ID, then click iCloud.
  7. Select the checkbox next to Find My Mac. 
  8. To make sure you can find your Mac if it's ever lost or stolen, click Options. Check that Find My Mac is On and Find My network is On.* Then click Done. 

* The Find My network is an encrypted, anonymous network of millions of Apple devices that can help you locate your device.

Learn more

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How to send your Mac to Apple for service in the United States and Canada - Apple Support

How to send your Mac to Apple for service in the United States and Canada

Learn how to send your Mac to Apple for service in the US and Canada.

We're sorry your Mac isn't working as it should.

After you've contacted Apple for service, you'll receive a kit that contains everything you need to return your Mac to Apple.

Important: Ship your Mac for repair within 30 days. If Apple hasn't received your Mac within 30 days of your original request for service, we may cancel our offer to repair.  If your request is open, you may send your product to Apple for repair using the original Repair ID. If Apple has canceled your request, contact Apple Support to create a new repair request. Using a canceled Repair ID will cause service delays. 

Before you ship your Mac

Follow these steps before you send your Mac in for repair. If it won't turn on or respond, finish as many steps as possible:

  1. Back up your data. You'll need a backup if we need to erase or replace the hard disk (or SSD) in your Mac during repair. Apple isn't responsible for lost data. If you need help transferring data, schedule an appointment at an Apple Authorized Service Provider or an Apple Store.
  2. Remove your Mac from Find My (and leave it removed the whole time your Mac is in service). Turning Find My on during service will result in service delays, as Apple cannot repair your Mac with Find My on.
  3. Turn off your firmware password.
  4. Deauthorize your computer for content purchases.
  5. Disable or turn off third-party security software if you're using it.
  6. If you're concerned about the security of your data, erase your hard disk before sending in your Mac.

Pack your Mac

Follow the steps printed inside the lid of the box to package your Mac.*

Important

  • Do not include your power adapter, power cable, SD card(s), keyboard protector, bottom cover, display cover, or any other accessories.
  • Do not include any account or password information. Your privacy is important to Apple.

*Apple is not responsible for any damage during shipping.

Ship your Mac to Apple

  1. Remove the top layer of the EZ Return label from your shipping box and keep it for your records.
  2. Find the name of the courier on the return shipping label and visit the courier's website or call the courier to schedule a pickup or find a drop-off location. Do not use a drop box.
  3. Get a receipt from the courier.
  4. Check the status of your service request.

More information about Mac service

What do we do to repair your Mac? 
We'll provide an explanation about the repair in the letter included with your repaired Mac. If we identify any issue that isn't covered under Apple's warranty, an AppleCare product, or consumer law, or you don't authorize the repair with payment, we'll return your Mac with an explanation in the letter. 

What happens if your Mac needs further repairs? 
If your Mac needs more repairs within 90 days due to issues caused during service, we'll make the repairs free of charge. We guarantee our service, including replacement parts, for 90 days or the remaining term of your Apple warranty or AppleCare product coverage, whichever is longer. This is in addition to rights provided by consumer law. We offer this whenever you get service from us or from an Apple Authorized Service Provider. 

Battery performance 
Your Mac notebook battery might be replaced under warranty, consumer law, or its AppleCare product coverage. We will test your product to determine the final service fee. If you're experiencing an issue with the battery in your Mac notebook, your Mac might not require a repair. To learn how to maximize your battery performance, visit apple.com/batteries/maximizing-performance.

Software restore 
When we restore your operating system, we'll install the latest update to your version of macOS.  If we can't determine the specific version of your macOS, we'll restore it to the latest update of the originally installed macOS. It is your responsibility to back up all existing data, software, and programs, and to erase all existing data before receiving services. Apple is not responsible for loss, recovery, or compromise of data, programs or loss of use of equipment arising out of the services provided by Apple. You can use your backup to reinstall any data or applications.  You should also check for additional updates.

Issues due to parts not qualified by Apple
The presence of third-party parts does not automatically void your warranty or service eligibility, but issues caused by third-party components aren't covered under Apple's warranty or AppleCare products. If our technicians discover that the presence of third-party parts in your Mac is causing the issue you're reporting or is preventing us from completing the repair, we'll request authorization from you to cover the charge. 

Can't duplicate the issue
After comprehensive testing, our technicians might determine that your product is operating within Apple specifications. If we can't reproduce a reported symptom, we'll test your Mac to isolate any hardware issue. If the Mac is operating within specifications, we'll return it to you with a letter that explains what we've found. 

Service estimate
Apple offers service on your product under the following conditions: 

  1. If the service isn't covered under warranty, an AppleCare product, or statutory consumer rights, Apple will service the product for the estimate provided to you when you arranged service. The estimate is valid for 30 days from that date.
  2. If we inspect your product and determine that we must revise the estimate, we'll contact you by email to approve the revised estimate. You'll have 3 days to respond online. 

If you have questions about the estimate, contact Apple Support. You're entitled to a written estimate of the cost of repairs. The estimate must include all costs for parts and labor. We won't charge for work done or parts supplied in excess of the estimate unless you approve the additional charge in advance. This estimate of repair charges is valid for 30 days from the date of the estimate. If you claim a tax exemption, you must provide Apple a tax-exemption number when you receive the estimate. The estimate includes the cost of shipping. 

Terms of service
If service is outside the terms of Apple's limited warranty, an AppleCare product, or consumer law, the following repair terms and conditions will apply to the repair service performed: apple.com/legal/sales-support/terms/repair.

Warranty
Apple's warranty covers your Mac and the accessories that come with it against manufacturing issues for 1 year from the date you bought your Mac. You may also have consumer law rights. You can check your warranty status online. If your repair isn't covered by our warranty, an AppleCare plan, or statutory consumer law, you'll pay out-of-warranty fees and these repair terms and conditions will apply to the repair service performed.  We guarantee all Apple authorized service, including replacement parts, for 90 days, the remainder of your original product warranty or AppleCare plan, or for as long as required by statutory consumer law, whichever is longer.

Repair costs
There's no charge if the issue is covered under warranty, AppleCare product, or consumer law. If your issue isn't covered, the price depends on the type of repair. 

Use your repaired Mac

© 2021 Apple Inc. All rights reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iChat, iTunes, Mac, and macOS are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries and regions. AppleCare is a service mark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries and regions.

NOTICE TO CALIFORNIA CONSUMERS

1. An estimate for repairs, as required (section 9844 of the California Business and Professions Code), shall be given to the customer by the service dealer in writing. The service dealer may not charge for work done or parts supplied in excess of the estimate without the prior consent of the customer. Where provided in writing the service dealer may charge a reasonable fee for services provided in determining the nature of the malfunction in preparation of a written estimate for repair. For information, contact the Bureau of Electronic and Appliance Repair, Department of Consumer Affairs, Sacramento, CA 95814.

2. A buyer of this product in California has the right to have this product serviced and repaired during the warranty period. The warranty period will be extended for the number of whole days that the product has been out of the buyer's hands for warranty repairs. If a defect exists during the warranty period, the warranty will not expire until the defect has been fixed. The warranty period also will be extended if the warranty repairs have not been performed due to delays caused by circumstances beyond the control of the buyer, or if the warranty repairs did not remedy the defect and the buyer notifies the manufacturer or seller of the failure of the repairs within 60 days after they were completed. If, after a reasonable number of attempts, the defect has not been fixed, the buyer may return this product for a replacement or a refund subject, in either case, to deduction of a reasonable charge for usage. The time extension does not affect the protection or remedies the buyer has under other laws.

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Turn Location Services and GPS on or off on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch

Learn how to turn Location Services and GPS on or off for individual apps.

How to give apps permission to use your location

Some apps might not work unless you turn on Location Services.1 The first time an app needs to access your Location Services information, you'll get a notification asking for permission. Choose one of these options:

  • Tap Allow to let the app use Location Services information as needed. 
  • Tap Don't Allow to prevent access.2
  • Tap Ask Next Time to choose Always While Using App, Allow Once, or Don't Allow.

iOS and iPadOS devices might use Wi-Fi and Bluetooth to determine your location. GPS and cellular location are available on iPhone and iPad (Wi-Fi + Cellular) models.


 

How to turn Location Services on or off for specific apps

  1. Go to Settings > Privacy > Location Services.
  2. Make sure that Location Services is on.
  3. Scroll down to find the app.
  4. Tap the app and select an option:
    • Never: Prevents access to Location Services information.
    • Ask Next Time: This allows you to choose Always While Using App, Allow Once, or Don't Allow.
    • While Using the App: Allows access to Location Services only when the app or one of its features is visible on screen. If an app is set to While Using the App, you might see your status bar turn blue with a message that an app is actively using your location.
    • Always: Allows access to your location even when the app is in the background.

From here, apps should provide an explanation of how the app will use your location information. Some apps might offer only two options.

 

How to share your specific location

With iOS 14 and iPadOS 14, some apps can use Precise Location to get to your specific location. To share only your approximate location — which may be sufficient for an app that doesn't need your exact location — turn Precise Location off. Here's how:

  1. Go to Settings > Privacy, then select Location Services.
  2. Select an app, then turn Precise Location on or off.

Learn more about privacy and Location Services.

  1. Location Services uses GPS and Bluetooth (where they're available), along with crowd-sourced Wi-Fi hotspots and cellular towers to determine the approximate location of your device.
  2. Apps won't use your location until they ask for your permission and you allow permission.
     
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Keywords: Definition - Google Ads Help [gg-google-ads-en]

Keywords: Definition

Words or phrases describing your product or service that you choose to help determine when and where your ad can appear.

  • The keywords you choose are used to show your ads to people. Select high-quality, relevant keywords for your ad campaign to help you reach only the most interested people, who are more likely to become your customers.
  • When someone searches on Google, your ad could be eligible to appear based on the similarity of your keywords to the person's search terms, as well as your keyword match types. Keywords are also used to match your ad to sites in the Google Network that are related to your keywords and ads.
  • A great keyword list can help improve the performance of your ads and help you to avoid higher prices. Poor keywords can ultimately cause you to have higher prices and lower ad position.
  • You can add match types to your keywords to help control which searches your ad can be matched with.

How keywords work
How to create a great keyword list
Learn about using keyword match types
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About your Apple ID email addresses - Apple Support

About your Apple ID email addresses

Learn how to add, change, or delete the different types of email addresses that you can use with your Apple ID account.

Email addresses you use with your Apple ID

Your Apple ID uses email addresses to sign you in to your account with Apple. With your Apple ID, you can access services like the App Store, Apple Music, iCloud, iMessage, FaceTime, and more. We use your email addresses to send you information about your account, and to help friends and family communicate and share with you.

Apple ID email address
In most cases, your Apple ID is also the primary email address of your Apple ID account.

 

Additional email addresses
Add extra email addresses to your account to help people find you on Apple services like FaceTime, iMessage, and Find My.
 

Rescue email address
Most people have a notification email address instead of a rescue email address. Apple uses this to send you important account and security related information. If you don't use two-factor authentication or two-step verification (learn how to check what security method you use), you have the option to add a rescue email address to your account for more security. You can see it when you sign in to your Apple ID account page.

Before you can use a new or updated Apple ID, we'll send you a verification email to make sure that the email address belongs to you.

Apple ID email address

When you create an Apple ID, you enter an email address. This email address is your Apple ID and the username that you use to sign in to Apple services like Apple Music and iCloud. It's also the contact email address for your account. Be sure to check your email address regularly. We'll send you email notifications to help you manage your account and make the most of your Apple ID.

Change your Apple ID email address

To change the email address you use as your Apple ID, sign out of all Apple services and devices that use your Apple ID. Then follow these steps

Reset your Apple ID password

If you know your current Apple ID password and want to change it, follow these steps on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Mac. If you've forgotten your Apple ID password and need to reset it, follow these steps.*

Get a verification code

With two-factor authentication, you'll need a verification code to sign in with your Apple ID on a new device or browser. Learn how to get and use the code on a trusted device, or get a text or phone call.

* If you use two-factor authentication, in some cases you might be able to speed up the account recovery process or reset your password immediately by verifying a six-digit code sent to your primary email address.

Additional email addresses

Many of us have more than one email address that friends and family use to reach us. Add an email address that you commonly use to your Apple ID account, so people can easily find and communicate with you on Apple services like FaceTime, iMessage, Shared Albums, iWork collaboration, and Find My.

Add an additional email address

  1. Sign in to your Apple ID account page.
  2. Click Edit in the Account section.
  3. Under Reachable at, select Add More.
  4. Enter your additional email address. Make sure you're not already using it as an Apple ID. 
  5. We'll send a verification to that address. Didn't get the email?
  6. Enter the verification code and click Verify.

Delete an additional email address

  1. Sign in to your Apple ID account page.
  2. Click Edit in the Account section.
  3. To delete one of your additional email addresses, click   next to the address.

Rescue email address

Having a rescue email address is optional but recommended if you do not have two-factor authentication or two-step verification. If you ever forget your security questions, you can use your rescue email address to reset them. We also send any account security-related notifications to your rescue email address. If you have two-factor authentication or two-step verification, you have a notification email address instead of a rescue email address and won't need to remember security questions. 

Add or edit a rescue email address

  1. Sign in to your Apple ID account page.
  2. Click Edit in the Security section. You might be asked to answer one or more security questions before you continue.
  3. To add a rescue email address:
    • Under Rescue Email, click Add an Email Address, then enter your rescue email address. We send a verification to that address. Didn't get the email?
    • Enter the verification code and click Verify.
  4. To edit a rescue email address:
    • Select Change Email Address under the address you want to edit, then enter the new address. We send a verification to that address. Didn't get the email?
    • Enter the verification code and click Verify.

If you had a rescue email address on file when you upgraded to two-factor authentication or two-step verification, you can also use these steps to edit your notification email address. If you remove the notification email, you won't be able to add a new one.

Delete a rescue email address

  1. Sign in to your Apple ID account page.
  2. Click Edit in the Security section. You might be asked to answer one or more security questions before you continue.
  3. To delete a rescue email address, click   next to the address.

Reset your security questions

If you've forgotten the answers to your security questions, follow these steps to verify your identity and reset your security questions. If you set up two-factor authentication or two-step verification, you won't need to remember any security questions. 

Learn more

Apple email related to your Apple ID account always comes from appleid@id.apple.com. If you receive suspicious email, learn how to identify fraudulent email.

Learn how to update your other Apple ID account information or change your Apple ID password.

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IP address - Google Ads Help [gg-google-ads-en]

IP address

A unique number that's assigned to every computer or other device that connects to the Internet.

  • Internet Protocol (IP) addresses are assigned to Internet devices by Internet Service Providers (ISPs). Sometimes, ISPs assign the same IP address to a large number of computers. As a result, multiple computers may have identical IP addresses.
  • IP addresses can often be used to identify the location from which a computer is connecting to the Internet. When you set location targeting for your ad campaign, IP addresses help Google Ads know which customers seem to be using a computer in your targeted region
  • You can use IP exclusion to help prevent your ad from showing to a particular IP address.

How IP addresses appear

IP addresses can appear in the following forms:

Version name Template Description
IPv4 x.x.x.x The x represents a series of numerals between 0 and 255 called an octet. Each IPv4 address must contain three periods, and four octets.
IPv6 y : y : y : y : y : y : y : y The y represent sections called segments, and can be any value between 0000 and FFFF using numerals 0-9 and letters A-F. There must be 8 segments, each separated by colons — not periods.

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Impressions: Definition - Google Ads Help [gg-google-ads-en]

Impressions: Definition

How often your ad is shown. An impression is counted each time your ad is shown on a search result page or other site on the Google Network.

  • Each time your ad appears on Google or the Google Network, it's counted as one impression.
  • In some cases, only a section of your ad may be shown. For example, in Google Maps, we may show only your business name and location or only your business name and the first line of your ad text.
  • You'll sometimes see the abbreviation "Impr" in your account showing the number of impressions for your ad.

Google Ads: Definition - Google Ads Help [gg-google-ads-en]

Google Ads: Definition

Google Ads is Google's online advertising program. Through Google Ads, you can create online ads to reach people exactly when they're interested in the products and services that you offer.

  • Google Ads is a product that you can use to promote your business, help sell products or services, raise awareness, and increase traffic to your website.
  • Google Ads accounts are managed online, so you can create and change your ad campaign at any time, including your ad text, settings, and budget.
  • There's no minimum spending commitment, and you set and control your own budget. You choose where your ad appears, set a budget that's comfortable for you, and easily measure the impact of your ad.

About Google Ads
Set up your account and start advertising
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Location targeting - Google Ads Help [gg-google-ads-en]

Location targeting

A setting that lets you choose your target locations to reach out to your customers. Learn how to target ads to geographic locations.

  • Location targeting lets you select specific locations where you want your ad to be shown.
  • By default, your ads can show to people in, regularly in, or who've shown interest in your targeted locations. For example, if you own a bakery in Paris and choose Paris as a targeted location, your ads can show to people located or regularly in Paris, or to people who have expressed interest in Paris bakeries (now or in the past). Alternatively, you can use other location options to limit the location types you target
  • For most campaign types, you can choose locations for your ads to show. For example, you can choose entire countries, areas within a country like cities or territories, and even a radius around a location. You can also choose your Google My Business locations. Google Ads may also suggest related locations that you can choose to target based on your current settings.
  • You can also select locations to exclude in your campaigns if you don't want your ads to show in specific regions.
  • Location targeting helps you focus your advertising to help find the right customers for your business, and will hopefully help you increase your profits as a result.

Keep in mind
Location targeting is based on a variety of signals, including users' settings, devices, and behavior on our platform, and is Google's best effort to serve ads to users who meet your location settings. Because these signals vary, 100% accuracy is not guaranteed in every situation. As always, you should check your overall performance metrics to help ensure your settings are meeting your advertising goals and change them accordingly.

Set up iCloud on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch - Apple Support

Set up iCloud on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch

Learn how to set up iCloud on all of your devices. The rest is automatic.


For the best iCloud experience, make sure your device meets the minimum system requirements.

Use the latest version of iOS and iPadOS

Make sure that your device is running the latest version of iOS or iPadOS. Go to Settings > General > Software Update. See if there's an update available.

Sign in

Go to Settings and sign in to your device with your Apple ID. When you sign in, iCloud is turned on automatically.

Have questions about Apple ID?

Check your iCloud settings

Go to Settings, tap [your name], then select iCloud. Choose the apps—like Photos, Contacts, Calendars, and third-party apps—that you want to use with iCloud.

Set up iCloud on your other devices to keep your content up to date everywhere.

Find the storage plan that's right for you

One safe place for all your photos, files, and more

Information about products not manufactured by Apple, or independent websites not controlled or tested by Apple, is provided without recommendation or endorsement. Apple assumes no responsibility with regard to the selection, performance, or use of third-party websites or products. Apple makes no representations regarding third-party website accuracy or reliability. Contact the vendor for additional information.

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Advertising policies - Google Ads Help [gg-google-ads-en]

Advertising policies

Guidelines for your ads, keywords, and website. Ads that violate our policies won't be able to run.

  • Visit the Google Ads Policy Center to review the guidelines that can apply to you.
  • Google's advertising policies are designed to promote a good experience for people viewing our ads, to help you be successful with your ads, and to help make sure that ads follow applicable laws in the countries where they appear.
  • All ads go through an approval process to ensure the ads are safe and appropriate for users. Every time you create a new ad or make changes to an existing ad, it will automatically be submitted for review to ensure that it follows our advertising policies.
  • Ads that we find in violation of these policies will be marked as Disapproved or Suspended and will not be able to run while in that status.

About the ad approval process

Cost-per-thousand impressions (CPM): Definition - Google Ads Help [gg-google-ads-en]

Cost-per-thousand impressions (CPM): Definition

A way to bid where you pay per one thousand views (impressions) on the Google Display Network.

Viewable CPM (vCPM) bidding ensures that you only pay when your ads can be seen. Existing CPM bids will be converted to vCPM automatically, but it's best to update your bids since viewable impressions are potentially more valuable. Learn more about using viewable CPM bids.

iMessage and FaceTime & Privacy - Apple Support

iMessage and FaceTime & Privacy

iMessage and FaceTime are designed to protect your information and enable you to choose what you share.

  • iMessage and FaceTime are end-to-end encrypted. The phone number or email address you use is shown to the people you contact, and you can choose to share your name and photo.
  • Apple retains limited information about the use of iMessage and FaceTime, such as when you attempted a FaceTime call and whether your device is eligible to use iMessage, for up to 30 days.
  • Messages are backed up in iCloud and encrypted if you enable iCloud Backup or Messages in iCloud.

iMessage is an Apple service that sends messages over Wi-Fi or cellular connections to other iOS devices (with iOS 5 or later), iPadOS devices, Macs (with OS X 10.8 or later), and Apple Watches. These messages don't count against your messaging plan. Messages sent via iMessage can include photos, videos, and other information.

FaceTime is an Apple service that makes video or audio calls to someone who's also using an iOS or iPadOS device or a Mac, or audio calls using an Apple Watch. These calls don't count against your cellular minutes.

We designed iMessage and FaceTime to use end-to-end encryption, so there's no way for Apple to decrypt the content of your conversations when they are in transit between devices. Attachments you send over iMessage (such as photos or videos) are encrypted so that no one but the sender and receiver(s) can access them. These encrypted attachments may be uploaded to Apple. To improve performance, your device may automatically upload attachments to Apple while you are composing an iMessage. If your message isn't sent, the attachments are deleted from the server after 30 days. When a passcode or password is set on your iOS, iPadOS, or watchOS device, stored messages are encrypted on your device so that they can't be accessed unless the device has been unlocked.

You can choose to automatically delete your iMessages from your device after 30 days or a year, or to keep them on your device forever. For your convenience, iMessages are backed up in iCloud and encrypted if you have either iCloud Backup or Messages in iCloud enabled. You can turn off both iCloud Backup and Messages in iCloud whenever you want. On iOS or iPadOS, go to Settings > [your name] > iCloud. On Mac, go to Messages > Preferences, tap iMessage, and deselect the "Enable Messages in iCloud" checkbox. We never store the content of FaceTime calls.

You can sign in to iMessage and FaceTime using your Apple ID, or just your phone number. If you sign in with your Apple ID on your device, you will be signed in to iMessage and FaceTime automatically. Your Apple ID or phone numbers will be shown to the people you contact, and people can reach you using your Apple ID and email addresses or phone numbers on your account. You can select which phone numbers or email addresses you'd like to start new conversations from, and which phone numbers or email addresses you can receive messages and reply from, in iMessage and FaceTime settings. You can add and verify additional "Reachable At" information from your Apple ID account page.

Share Name and Photo allows you to share a name and photo with people you iMessage. You can choose to automatically share with just your contacts, or to be prompted each time. Your shared name and photo will be sent with your next iMessage to the people you share with, and stored on their devices. If you share your name and photo with an iMessage conversation with multiple people, your name and photo will be sent to all the people in the conversation. You can update your name and photo at any time. If you automatically share, updates will be sent when you next send an iMessage to each person you share with. If you have shared your name and photo and later turn off sharing, others who previously received your name and photo may still have your information on their devices. The name and photo you select for messages will be sent to Apple, and stored on Apple's servers encrypted in a way that Apple cannot see.

Apple may record and store some information related to your use of iMessage and FaceTime to operate and improve Apple's products and services:

• When you use iMessage and FaceTime, Apple may store information about your use of the services in a way that doesn't identify you.

• iMessages that can't be delivered may be held by Apple for up to 30 days for redelivery.

• Apple may record and store information about FaceTime calls, such as who was invited to a call, and your device's network configurations, and store this information for up to 30 days. Apple doesn't log whether your call was answered, and can't access the content of your calls.

• Some apps on your device (including Messages and FaceTime) may communicate with Apple's servers to determine if other people can be reached by iMessage or FaceTime. When this happens, Apple may store these phone numbers and email addresses associated with your account, for up to 30 days.

By using these features, you agree and consent to Apple's and its subsidiaries' and agents' transmission, collection, maintenance, processing, and use of this information as described above.

At all times, information collected by Apple will be treated in accordance with Apple's Privacy Policy, which can be found at www.apple.com/privacy.

Information about products not manufactured by Apple, or independent websites not controlled or tested by Apple, is provided without recommendation or endorsement. Apple assumes no responsibility with regard to the selection, performance, or use of third-party websites or products. Apple makes no representations regarding third-party website accuracy or reliability. Contact the vendor for additional information.

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Conversion tracking: Definition - Google Ads Help [gg-google-ads-en]

Conversion tracking: Definition

A free tool in your account that can help measure how clicks on your ads and free product listings lead to meaningful actions such as sales or leads.

Conversion tracking in Google Ads

  • A conversion occurs when an ad click or other interaction with your ad leads directly to a behavior that's valuable to you, such as a purchase, newsletter sign-up, phone call, or download.
  • It's important to track conversions because they can give you insight into how the performance of your ads and listings relates directly to the success of your business. Conversion tracking can also help identify which ads, listings and keywords are most successful for your business.

Security and privacy for website tracking

Google's security standards are strict. Google Ads only collects data on pages where you have deployed the associated tags.

Please ensure you're providing users with clear and comprehensive information about the data you collect on your websites, and getting consent for that collection where legally required.

Campaign: Definition - Google Ads Help [gg-google-ads-en]

Campaign: Definition

A set of ad groups (ads, keywords, and bids) that share a budget, location targeting, and other settings. Campaigns are often used to organize categories of products or services that you offer.

  • Your Google Ads account can have one or many ad campaigns running.
  • Each campaign consists of one or more ad groups.
  • Settings that you can set at the campaign level include budget, language, location, distribution for the Google Network, and more.
  • You can create separate ad campaigns to run ads in different locations or using different budgets.

How accounts are structured
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