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I wish I had a nickel for every time I've tried to unlock my iPad using Touch ID. 
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Skip Queen's profile photoRandy Fox's profile photo
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There is also another possibility as to my problem here. It could be highly technical in nature: A screw loose in front of the screen. ;)
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Bluetooth speakers are a dime a dozen nowadays. For such a speaker to stand out, it has to have something to differentiate it from competitors. While exceptional sound quality is always the goal, it is sadly not enough anymore.
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On a rainy weekend, rainy iPad Art.

iPad Art: Rain Woman

http://ipadinsight.com/ipad-art/ipad-art-rain-woman/
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Beautiful painting - reminds me about the book "Memoirs of a Geisha"
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Sunday, iPad Art day. Like the little back story on this one.

iPad Art: Her Final Dive

http://ipadinsight.com/ipad-art/ipad-art-her-final-dive/
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Steve Jobs famously said if you see a stylus, they blew it!
Would you welcome a stylus in the new iPad?
 
This should reignite the iPad market.
According to an exclusive report from AppleInsider, Apple's yet to be announced iPad Pro is expected to sport many new features not seen in the current iPad line up. Sources told the publication at...
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Adding a stylus would be saying that Microsoft was right. Yeah...not gonna happen...
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When I was a young man, I loved video games more than anything. Not only did I play the games, but I bought magazines about them and had fun discussing them with friends. Back then -- in the 80s' and 90's -- things were much simpler. You put in your cartridge, started the system and were playing in seconds. Nowadays, however, games take forever to load, are super complicated and offer in-game purchases. It can feel like a huge money-grab. Hell, s...
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I like Halo and top-down shooters so I'll check it out.
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Don't Trust Apple ... Lawsuit against Apple sees FBI being called in ###

The so called Pearson Apple Educational Project costing in the vicinity of 800 Million reaching across 69 Schools throughout LA Goes Scour.

Education Groups want their money Back ...
Apple Turns silent as it always does when it has your money ###
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The Post PC Era

Windows
This is what may happen if you try to install the Microsoft Windows 10 Technical Preview on a 4 year old Fujitsu Siemens PC which fan isn't strong enough to bring out the processor's heat generated by heavy actions of the installer.

It needed some creativity to build up this workaround and believe me, the UX is quite poor. It's strongly recommended to use earplugs or high-quality, full-sized headphones connected to an iPhone to at least some positive moments a day.*

iOS
I don't have an image showing you the installation of iOS 8.3 on my 4 year old iPhone 4S and my iPad 3. Nothing happened except an update of the previous OS version. It was the same procedure than updating from iOS 5 to 6 to 7 to 8.

It needed some creativity to find out the right apps which are powerful and developed by reliable companies taking care of upcoming new versions of iOS.


Working in the office

When I go to the office it’s the way to work with hardware I work with since decades. The first IBM PC was released in 1981 and a bit later it got Windows and a mouse. Since that time there were basically no changes regarding this configuration, nothing what you would call innovative. The machine with its peripherals was just for doing the things you have to do.

Did the machine ever motivate you to do new things which would have a strong impact on your life?

Not for me because I never used a computer at home because even there a work desk would be needed followed by immobility.

Admittedly there are many special tasks where a computer is still required but with some creativity you are able to do many tasks with alternative techniques and learn about new techniques for organizing your life.

Nobody would use a 40t truck to buy a bottle of milk and nobody would try to transport 20 pupils to school with a Smart. So it’s no rigorous YES or NO to a PC or a tablet. Use the device it’s dedicated for at the right time and in the right place. And that’s definitely not a PC for brainstorming in a coffee shop and it’s not a tablet for doing the relevant tasks in the office. Like in all other parts of our life we are targeted to use a device which fits best for a task.

For me personally it's the iPad which always runs without an additional cooling equipment and a titanic knowledge base which is indispensable to keep your Windows based device on the track.

To the guys in Redmond

Do not misunderstand me. I know what you've done for me. I earned my living with Windows machines for more than 3 decades. But the time comes when the saying Enough is Enough comes to reality. We need changes to stay alive.


More about my decision to move away from computers for private use ...

http://iNotes4You.com/2013/12/21/the-post-pc-era

Thanks for dropping by.

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+Randy Hudson I've never seen a Microsoft store and never tried one so I really don't know. If Microsoft are doing the same (or better) stuff as Apple then that's great for customers and good luck to them. Maybe I've just been lucky in my dealings with Apple service but I am a huge fan and recommend that people try them out even if your hardware is seriously old.
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I got a iPad mini 3 with Sprint's easy pay.

Seems they use their own SIM card. If I buy the Apple SIM will it work on other networks?

I sometimes go to areas where Sprint is MIA. 
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I don't think it's locked if it's an iPad. The issue is having a sim for the network waiting around for it...
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Apple discontinued the iPad Mini, which isn't entirely surprising

http://fortheloveoftech.com/2015/06/19/a-memorial-for-the-ipad-mini/
News that Apple has killed the original iPad Mini and a few words
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My wife is still using an iPad Mini; it does everything thing she needs at the moment. Of course it will get replaced by the next generation mini. At some point I will upgrade her mini to a newer mini; they are small and cheap, perfect for some applications. 
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Ha. Love this iPad painting, and its clever title / subject.

iPad Art: Selfie, Not

http://ipadinsight.com/ipad-art/ipad-art-selfie-not/
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Rumored iPad Pro could feature multi-login and USB support
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Most likely USB - c. Hopefully and/or lightning. Along with split screen. Now the question is will this be available on the iPad air 3 and the pro or just the pro.
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Whether or not the iPad Pro is real, Apple's new display tech could mean trouble for competing leaders in touchscreen technology
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Would you buy a 12.9 inch iPad?
Aside from sheer size, rumors have it of split-screen multitasking and, maybe, a stylus. Maybe.
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Well, I would be attracted if the iOS UI was modernized. The icon rectangle is getting a little long in the tooth. As of today, I'm leaning more towards the new MacBook. But I'll wait and see.
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#apple   #ipad  
Find out the most accurate #tech #news headlines.
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Earlier this month, an iPad "test model" was stolen from a Cupertino home during a robbery and kidnapping, reports the San Jose Mercury News.
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Love this one of the MVP and MEP.

iPad Art: Steph Curry Portrait

http://ipadinsight.com/ipad-art/ipad-art-steph-curry-portrait/
This iPad portrait of the presumed MVP and definite MEP (Most Entertaining Player) in the NBA this year, Steph Curry, is our featured iPad painting today. It
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Great review after 4 months from +Thomas Wong 

Review: Pencil Stylus for iPad

http://ipadinsight.com/ipad-accessory-reviews/review-pencil-stylus-for-ipad/
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I prefer my new Jot Touch with PixelPoint. I used the 53 Pencil and found it was awkward for me to hold for long periods of time.. Worked as a stylus as it promises. I use a stylus mostly for capturing notes in GoodNote and sketching, drawing in Concepts for iPad. 
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