2020 iPad Air (4th Generation) with Magic Keyboard My most recent purchase (yesterday in fact) is the 2020 iPad Air (4th generation) and Magic Keyboard. My last iPad was an iPad Air 1st Generation and purely used for media consumption. I tried various keyboards and apps over the years, but in the end, it felt... Continue Reading →
Just bought a new case and keyboard combination for my iPad Air. I am writing this using it as a test to see about responsiveness and feel. Not bad. My favorite part of the keyboard, and the main reason I bought it, was the full size right shift key. I know, that sounds trivial, but... Continue Reading →
I have an iPhone, iPad, Mac Mini, Watch, TV and AirPods....I am all in on Apple products. Recently (today as a matter of fact), I have decided to put down the iPad. It's a great device and I use it daily, but do I need it. I have used once since the beginning and love... Continue Reading →
My iPad Air starting crashing to the Apple logo the other day. Since it started, I have had over 20 crashes in 72 hrs. It has become unbearable. To correct this issue, I have placed my iPad in recovery mode and using iTunes to restore iOS 10.2. Once complete, I will recover the last backup... Continue Reading →
A common issue with iOS devices is with contacts. Here is good article on how to manage multiple devices and contacts. How To Merge Duplicate Contacts And Keep The Originals Intact -- AppAdvice.
How To Keep Your Lock Screen Clean -- AppAdvice. A nice article on removing those annoying iOS lock screen notifications. Some are helpful, but do you really need to know news about Angry Birds?
Dear Apple: This simple method has been missing for far to long from ios mail. iOS 6 and iPad: Now It’s Much Easier To Attach a Photo to an Email | iPad Insight.
Steps to create mail groups on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod devices. Step 1: Open the Notes app on your device and create a new note. Within this note you will need to make a list of comma-separated addresses using the format below: Name1<email1>, Name2<email2>, Name3<email3>, etc Continue the pattern above until you’ve entered all... Continue Reading →