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iPad Memories

I think Cory is a bit harsh. I've had every version of the iPad since my first iPad (3G) in April 2010, and it continues to be useful as a mid-way point (car) between my iMac (truck) and iPhone (bicycle). In fact, I had an iPad four years before I bought my first iPhone. While there are certain things that frustrate me about the iPadOS, most recently the insanity of gestures and multitasking, I love my iPad Pro and I…

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Sunday Paper - The iPad is not the best at everything, The Rural Creative Class, 10000 Steps

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My kind of tablet by Riccardo Mori My habits and preferences betray my somewhat long history with computers and technology. I didn’t grow up with smartphones and tablets. My first home computer was a Commodore VIC-20. I was 27 when I first used a mobile phone. Despite what some people may think, I’m not averse to change and my brain is still flexible enough to pick up new habits or change old ones. What happens when you get older, though,…

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iOS Multiple User Accounts for iPad

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Why iOS Needs Multiple User Accounts for iPad by Kirk McElhearn (The Mac Security Blog) If Apple allowed multiple users on iOS, then my partner could set up the iPad with a second account when the child wants to use the device, and not have to worry. There are several ways Apple could do this. The first is to allow nominative user accounts. The advantage to this is that you could set restrictions that are appropriate to the child's age…

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Apple’s Fluid Vision

The Original iPad mini and Apple’s fluid vision by Nitin Khanna (Nitin Khanna) It seems like Steve Jobs and Apple understood that you can’t place things too close inside the screen, but forgot that you can’t place the screen and the edge too close either, because it’ll cause hours of headaches by unwanted swipes, taps, and hard pressed. The Apple of today thinks bezels are bad and it is wrong. Steve Jobs might have said the above, but he’s also…

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