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Tony’s popular series of workshops on the iPad and iPhone has now spanned 3 years!! And as he is oft to say…there is no end in sight-;) To make it a bit easier to follow the progression of topics covered, we are listing them all here in chronological order. Click Here and Enjoy!!
The Control Center on iOS is very useful, yet many people don’t use it to quickly access common functions. There are many buttons that you can add to Control Center that add even more. If you have an iPhone or iPad you should take the time to look at all of the buttons to get […]
My wife recently cracked the screen on her iPad. If you’ve recently cracked your iPhone or iPad screen, you should know your options when it comes to repairs. In this short video, David A. Cox will present you with a few of your options. Depending on where you live may dictate the best solution, so […]
Want to quickly get the battery life of an iPhone or iPad? While on some iOS devices you can glance at the top of the screen to see the battery percentage remaining, newer iPhone models with the top screen notch hide the battery life percentage and instead require users to find battery life in Control […]
Multitasking on the iPad has been around for a while, but now you can actually view more than two apps on the screen at the same time. While two active apps can exist side-by-side, or one as a floating window, you can have two apps plus a floating window with iOS 12. Unfortunately, the floating […]