Tag Archives: iPad
Steve Jobs hated IBM. And vice versa. But past is past. After all, business is business.
Apple turns to IBM to develop apps for iPhones and iPad aimed at business consumers.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said “For the first time ever we’re putting IBM’s renowned big data analytics at iOS users’ fingertips, which opens up a large market opportunity for Apple. This is a radical step for enterprise and something that only Apple and IBM can deliver.”
Let me share with you how you can request for cancellation of In App purchases. The following steps allows you also to contact the experts at Apple Support Team with any other queries regarding your iPhone, iPad, Mac and everything about your Apple product.
Recently, I was furious to know that my children spent over $200 when they bought some add ons in their favorite Angry Birds Go and Bad Piggies while I was away. I know it was also my fault because I did not enable the restrictions in the iPad settings. But lesson has been learned. There is a good news however. There is a way to request for cancellation of In App purchases. While it is true that the transaction is final and non-refundable, there are certain cases that Apple will allow for a refund. You can try your luck. It could be worth your try.
Nobody saw this coming. The fifth version of Apple’s iPad is called iPad Air.
It is 20% thinner at 7.55 mm, 28% lighter at 1 lb ( 469 g ) and faster with A7 chip, 64 bit processor ( featured in iPhone 5S ). The 9.7 inch tablet will be available starting November 1, 2013. The retail price starts at 499 ( Retina display, 16GB Wi-Fi )
Unveiled yesterday, Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president for Worldwide Marketing said, “iPad created an entirely new mobile computing experience, and the new iPad Air is another big leap ahead. It is so thin, light and powerful, once you hold one in your hand you will understand what a tremendous advancement this is”.
This is not actually required when you are updating on the device itself because it will download the appropriate version for you but some prefer to update via iTunes or manually. This information becomes useful due to Apple having devices that are identical physically where even the model is difficult to find.
So how do we identify which model of iPhone or iPad do we have?
Please note that the model number can be found at the lower back cover of the device!
How many of us get freaked out when we accidentally delete an app or how many times did we ground our children when they messed up with our phone apps? Naturally, we feel bad and disappointed when we lose something. But did you know that we can actually prevent that from happening!
If you want to prevent someone from deleting apps on your iPhone or iPad, all you need to do is to set a Restriction settings in iOS:
- Open “Settings” and tap on “General”
- Go to “Restrictions” and enter your pin code, locate “Deleting Apps” and switch to OFF
- Exit out of Settings