It is a very distinctive and familiar sound to many at this point, the electronic clickity-clack of the keyboard on Apple’s iOS powered mobile devices, like your iPad. But what if you just don’t want to hear this noise anymore, how do you turn it off?
Continuing to walk through some of the basics of using your iPad, iPad Air, iPad Mini or similar Apple devices, this, folks, is how you turn off the keyboard noise on your iOS tablet:
Head on into Settings on your device. Just look for the grey gear type icon in your app list.
Once inside Settings, scroll until you find Sounds in the left hand menu.
The Sounds menu will now pop up [...]
Apple launched their latest tablets, namely the iPad Air 2 and the iPad mini 3, last year. As always, the latest releases brought improvements when compared to their predecessors, enough to make you want to ditch your old unit to get some cash to buy offerings. If you are considering trading in your old device, listed below are some of the most popular places where you can do so.
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So you just bought your new iPad (or any Apple device for that matter), and after some time a few issues start to show up with the hardware, or the absolutely horrifying case where you were just down right careless and drop your device, damaging the body or worse, the display. What is the best line of action for us in these scenarios? Can we get our units replaced or repaired for free?
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“If you see a stylus, they blew it,” proclaimed a defiant Steve Jobs once upon a time (not too long ago). The man, the myth, the legend was seeking to explain the brilliance of the iPhone: the fingers that everyone have were enough of a stylus that the PDAs of the past had all gotten it wrong. Some time later, Samsung unveiled the original Galaxy Note with a stylus, and as such the dawn of the phablet craze began. These days, just about every company under the silicon sun has a large screen productivity-purposed device, and it seems Apple may be one of them, should a new report pan out.
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The program to equip students in dozens of schools in the Los Angeles district with iPads is officially dead.
Approved in June 2013, the plan was to give iPads to 650,000 students in the Los Angeles area, at a total cost of $1.3 billion, of which $500 million was earmarked for Apple (tablets) and Pearson (curriculum materials), while the rest would go towards staffing and broadband infrastructure.
Spearheaded by then district superintendent John Deasy, the program was heavily criticized for its high cost, lack of transparency, and reliance on a handful of providers. Technical problems appeared as soon as the first iPads were given to children. [...]