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John Evans

How to Create Advanced Settings Shortcuts on your Settings Device | Mac|Life - 6 views

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    "The Settings app is probably one that you use all the time without even thinking about it. A lot of the tools that help you to make Settings more in tune with your personal preferences are managed through Settings. But even with the best-designed interface in the world, the complexity of Settings means that some things get a bit buried. "
John Evans

Switch To A 24-Hour Clock On Your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch [iOS Tips] | Cult of Mac - 0 views

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    "The default iOS clock in the US is a 12-hour clock, with AM and PM appended to the numbers to denote morning or evening. The other, more standard way of representing the time is with the 24-hour clock, in which any time after 12:00 is the logical 13:00, 14:00, and so on. It's really easy to set on your iPhone or other iOS device."
John Evans

Evernote for iOS Update: Redesigned Screens, Improved Usability, New iOS, and More | Evernote Blogcast - 5 views

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    "This has been quite a week already, and it's only Tuesday! Today, we have a major update for iOS 5 that includes redesigned note screens, improved editing, better checkboxes, new attachment options, and more. Let's take a look."
John Evans

How to Set Up an iTunes Allowance | Mac|Life - 6 views

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    "you can set up an iTunes allowance, which lets you specify a precise amount of cash that your kid can spend on apps without having to bug you each time he wants to try out a new iOS game. The allowance works just like an iTunes gift card, and can be used to purchase music, iOS apps, and Mac apps. It's easy to set up--we'll show you how!"
John Evans

iOS5 Update « Three Teachers Talk - 14 views

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    "I have been fortunate enough to receive a class set of iPads this year. They have been GREAT! However, when iOS5 came out I had to make a plan on how I would systematically update all 30 of them. Below you will find a list of steps that I took to update all of my iPads. "
John Evans

Delete Site-Specific Cookies in Safari on iOS - 0 views

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    "ou can delete specific cookies from Safari in iOS fairly easily, though the setting to do so is buried a bit. Here is exactly how to remove individual site cookies from an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch:"
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. "
Fred Delventhal

Apple - Support - Lion Server - Profile Manager for iOS devices - 2 views

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    Profile Manager makes it easy to configure your user's Mac OS X Lion computers and iOS devices so they're set up to use your company or school resources and so they have the iOS your organization requires.
Fred Delventhal

iPhone Configuration Utility 3.1 for Mac OS X - 4 views

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    iPhone Configuration Utility (IPCU) lets you easily create, maintain, encrypt, and install configuration profiles, track and install provisioning profiles and authorized applications, and capture device information including console logs. Recommended for those managing devices running iOS 4.0 or later. Configuration profiles are XML files that contain device security policies, VPN configuration information, Wi-Fi iOS, APN iOS, Exchange account iOS, mail iOS, and certificates that permit iPhone and iPod touch to work with your enterprise systems.
John Evans

How to Set up iPad Restrictions | htacademy - 6 views

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    "Does your child have an iOS device (iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch) or access to your personal device? iOS devices have many security features that parents don't know about. You can use these features to help protect your child from accessing inappropriate content; guard your personal data on a shared device; and safeguard you from unexpected credit card bills due to unapproved app and itunes purchases. The following video explains how!"
John Evans

How to use AirPlay - New Tech Gadgets & Electronic Devices | Geek.com - 1 views

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    "AirPlay is an Apple feature that many iOS users don't know a lot about. For starters, it requires an Apple TV set-top-box, a gadget that isn't nearly as popular as other Apple products. Additionally, the best parts of AirPlay only showed up late last year with the release of iOS 5. It's relatively new territory, and thus often confuses people. The good news is that it's not difficult to use and it's an excellent way to get more out of your iDevices."
John Evans

Reset the Home Screen Layout and Remove Folders in iOS - 3 views

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    "Ever wished you could easily start over from scratch when laying out your app icons on an iPhone or iPad without resetting the entire device to factory defaults? You can thanks to a handy feature that resets the app icon layout to it's factory default settings. Not only will this restore the settings home screen to its default icon arrangement, but it also has the added benefit of removing every app that is contained within a folder, removing all folders in the process."
John Evans

Instant Expert: Secrets & Features of Apple TV 5.1 | iLounge Article - 9 views

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    "Following last week's major release of iOS 6 for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, Apple quietly rolled out Apple TV Software Update 5.1 for the second- and third-generation Apple TV. This latest update for Apple's set-top box builds on the user interface enhancements introduced earlier this year, adds support for the Shared Photo Streams feature introduced in iOS 6 and adds several other enhancements including improvements to AirPlay support."
John Evans

How to Set Manual DHCP and a Static IP Address on an iPad or iPhone - 1 views

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    "Certain Wi-Fi networks require clients to use static IP addresses or manual DHCP information in order for a device to connect properly, setting either of these is easy within iOS."
Robert Craven

16 Shortcuts to Take iPhone Use to Next Level - NYTimes.com - 18 views

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    Good article quickly going over iOS iOS users should know. 
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