Apple Device Support Exam Dumps – Reliable Way to Pass and Get Certified



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If you are looking for a reliable and comprehensive way to prepare for your Apple Device Support certification exam, look no further than Apple Device Support exam questions. These Apple Device Support exam dumps questions are designed to help you assess your knowledge, identify your strengths and weaknesses, and improve your chances of passing the exam on the first try. These Apple Device Support dumps questions cover all the topics and concepts that are essential for the Apple Device Support exam, so you can be sure that you are fully prepared. Test Apple Apple Device Support free dumps below.

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1. Which three conditions might require you to enter your passcode instead of using Face ID? Select three responses.

2. Which folders normally appear at the root level of the storage volume in the Finder on a Mac?

3. Use this image to answer the question.

Which iPad model is compatible with Apple Pencil (2nd generation)?






Select the setting in the sidebar that you should use to turn on Find My on your Mac.

5. Which macOS Recovery feature is available ONLY on Mac computers with Apple silicon from the macOS Recovery Utilities menu in macOS?

6. How many incorrect password attempts does a Managed Apple ID allow before you're locked out of the account?

7. Use this image to answer the question.

How do you get to this screen on iPhone?

8. You're experiencing odd behavior with a Custom App on your iPad.

How should you gather information about the app issue?

9. Which iPadOS feature should you configure to hide your personal email in the Mail app while you're at work?

10. Scenario

You're trying to connect a podcasting microphone to your MacBook Air. You're using the Apple USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter connected to a standard USB A to B cable that connects to the microphone. You open Sound in System Settings and click the input tab. but the microphone doesn't appear in the sound input device list.

What should you use to verify that your Mac has successfully connected to the microphone?



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