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Dean Mantz

iOS 6: A Complete Guide To New Features - 20 views

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    "So, to save save you the trouble of rummaging through the OS to find any and everything new, here's a thorough run-down of what iOS 6 brings to the table."
John Evans

10 Promising Features of iOS 6 for Educators « techchef4u - 7 views

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    "As an app developer (see TechChef4u app), I have the rare pleasure of previewing iOS 6 before it hits iDevices in schools, businesses, and homes everywhere. While iOS 6 is chocked full of new and hidden gems, I thought the following 10 were the most promising features for educators and the iClassroom!"
John Evans

Discover hidden features in iOS's built-in apps | Macworld - 5 views

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    "You've probably mastered your favorite built-in iOS apps, like Camera, Mail, and Safari. But other apps come preloaded on your iOS device, and they include some features you just might not have discovered yet. "
Fred Delventhal

40+ Super Secret iPad Features and Shortcuts | iPad.AppStorm - 17 views

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    For those of you who are super-confident about your iPad knowledge, I'd like to propose a challenge. Go through and see how many features and shortcuts you didn't know about, leave a comment with the number at the bottom of the post - and be honest!
John Evans

Apps in Education: iOS 5 Accessibility Features for Students with Disabilities - 7 views

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    "iOS 5 Accessibility Features for Students with Disabilities "
John Evans

iOS 5's Seven New Hidden Features - DesignTAXI.com - 10 views

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    "On Wednesday last week, Apple released a new mobile OS for users to download.

    The iOS 5 is free and compatible with iPhone 3GS, 4 and 4S, 3rd- and 4th-generation iPods, iPad and iPad 2.

    But what hidden or novel features are there to the new OS? Here, we explore seven additions for iPhone and iPad interfaces: "
John Evans

Up close with iOS 5: Accessibility features | Mobile | Macworld - 7 views

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    "iOS 5 introduces a wealth of new features that can be used to aid people with visual, aural, and mobility impairments. You'll find these options on the Accessibility setting screen under Settings -> General -> Accessibility. "
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