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John Evans

Apple security: five Apple to secure your iPad or Macbook - 8 views

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    "Unsurprisingly, it won't just be consumers and business users that are desperate to get their hands on Apple products this year. With a high resale value, Macbooks and iPad are also incredibly attractive to thieves. To help you keep your iPad and Macbook protected from theft, I've put together some Apple security Apple:"
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Transfer music from ipod to computer - 0 views

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    How to Transfer Music from Ipod to computer and ipod to itunes, Apple Ipod Troubleshooting and Ipod Apple in details. How to reset Apple Ipod nano and how to restore video Ipod itune guide for manually transfer download music to ipod.
John Evans

iPad Creative - iPad Creative - ScreenCastsOnline Monthly, get the best from your Apple device with this new iPad magazine - 10 views

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    "ScreenCastsOnline has been home to some of the most effective OS X and iOS video tutorials since 2006. Now, with his new ScreenCastsOnline iPad magazine, Don McAllister is expanding the scope of ScreenCastsOnline to include 'articles, hints and tips from some of the leading Mac OS and iOS luminaries in the tips community'."
Valerie B.

10 Things You Never Knew You Could Do On Your iPad: Apple News, Apple and Reviews « - 13 views

  • Enable Multitasking Gestures When Apple released Xcode 4 to the Mac App Store, it also exposed the ability for anyone to enable the multitasking gestures on the iPad.  Once enabled, you can use five fingers to swipe up and down to reveal the multitask bar, left and right to navigate through open Apps on the multitasking bar.  You can also perform a five finger pinch to close the App you are in and return to the home screen.  To enable multitasking gestures, you must first purchase Xcode 4 from the Mac App Store ($4.99) or simply download it from the Apple Developer Connection (ADC) if you are already a member.  Then launch Xcode 4 and select the Organizer tool from the Window menu (or click Shift+Command+2).  Attach the iPad to your Mac and click on the enable development button.  Log on the the ADC and click through the error messages if they are presented.  Finally, on the iPad go to the General setting in the Settings App and you will notice a new setting near the bottom labels “Multitasking Gestures”.
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    Enable Multitasking Gestures!
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    10 Things You Never Knew You Could Do On Your iPad
Peggy George

Recording video on the iPhone - Tips from The Kim Komando Radio Show® & Web site - 0 views

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    Some good advice from Kim Komando re recording video on the iPhone. Sure hope an app is developed soon! I'm not willing to jailbreak my phone yet.
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    The iPhone does not include a tool for recording video. The problem isn't that the iPhone isn't capable of recording video. It is. However, it does not include an application that will do it. Nor is there one in the App store. a number of developers are working on video recorders. In fact, you can download a video recording app online. Several are available. I strongly recommend that you avoid these apps, though. Why? The fact that they're not in Apple's App Store is a big clue. They're not approved by Apple. In order to install one, you must jailbreak your iPhone. Jailbreaking an iPhone replaces its firmware. Recording video on the iPhone (Page 2 of 3) SPONSORED BY Carbonite E-Mail This Printer-Friendly I strongly recommend that you avoid these apps, though. Why? The fact that they're not in Apple's App Store is a big clue. They're not approved by Apple. In order to install one, you must jailbreak your iPhone. Jailbreaking an iPhone replaces its firmware. It allows you to run unauthorized programs. I certainly don't recommend that you jailbreak your iPhone. Doing so will likely void your warranty.
John Evans

50 Tips and Tricks for iOS 6 | Mac|Life - 9 views

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    "With iOS 6 -- out today! -- Apple added a lot of useful features to the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. From Passbook, to the new Maps app, to capturing panoramas in the revamped Camera app. Apple has brought a lot of fit and finish to iOS 6, and we'll show you how to get the most out of these new features."
John Evans

21 handy iOS 5 tips and tricks | Live Technology Guide - 11 views

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    "If you haven't upgraded already, hook up your Apple device to your computer and launch iTunes now. Click on your device in the sidebar, and under Version you'll see a button called Check for Update: click it. Follow the onscreen instructions and we'll meet you back here once your device has rebooted to show you what's what. And then you're ready to use our iOS 5 Apple"
Tony Vincent

Writing on the iPhone with Stylus? - 16 views

Demetri, I've purchased a few styluses to use on my iPhone. I created a short video you can find on the page below... http://learninginhand.com/ipod/touch/tips.html#Stylus You won't find any wit...

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John Evans

Defining the new office suite: 5 essential apps for work - Apple News, Apple and Reviews - 2 views

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    "With the adoption of iPads, tablets and smartphones into our work flow instead of just sitting at a laptop computer here are five categories of apps positioned well for becoming a fundamental part of our day to day work environment in this mobile era."
John Evans

Daily Tip: How to use Restrictions to prevent deleting 3rd party apps from the Home screen | The iPaddict - 3 views

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    "Kids have access to your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad and curious how to prevent them from deleting your App Store apps the moment you're not looking? They're fun and games can cause a lot of additional work for you if you're not careful. Luckily, Apple lets you lock down app deletion. "
John Evans

5 Tips For Making The Most Out Of The Notes App [iOS] - 1 views

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    "In any application round-up - mobile or otherwise - about work, education or GTD, you'll see the most advanced conglomeration of note-taking applications. Often, the applications already present on the operating system are ignored. Likely, this is because these applications generally don't amount to much. However, on Apple products, they do. The Notes application that was already available on iOS systems like the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad, can these days also be found as an integral part of the Mac OS X operating system."
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