Blog (Tag: iPad)
At a special education event on March 27th, Apple introduced a new 9.7-inch iPad that offers faster performance, support for the Apple Pencil, and a few new camera-related features. The company also released new versions of the iWork apps—Pages, Numbers, and Keynote—that let users draw, sketch, and write with the Apple Pencil.
Although myriad services, like iTunes, Vudu, and Google, have offered easy digital movie purchases for years, most people still prefer to purchase physical DVDs or Blu-Ray discs for their movie collection. The world of digital movies is rife with unknowns about where to start building a digital library and how to watch your movies once you do buy them. Televisions are still the best way to watch movies, but they may not offer the specific app where your movies are. That changes with Movies Anywhere.
Today, March 21, 2017, Apple has introduced updates to their current iPhone, iPad, iPhone Case, and Apple Watch Band lines. The new products come after multiple rumors floating around of a Product Red iPhone and updated iPad. In this blog, we will be going over the new products.
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Bluetooth headphones make your Apple devices more functional. Get rid of that annoying earbuds cord and pair your devices to wireless headphones following the steps outlined in this post. Continue reading >
In 2011, Apple introduced their voice assistant, Siri, as a part of iOS 5. In the beginning, Siri was an annoyance for many people. She was spotty, inconsistent and did not have an impressive breadth of features. Today, Siri is more powerful than ever and if you still think she is a nuisance, it’s because you aren’t using her right. Here are 10 Siri features you probably don’t know about, but should.