Showing posts with label iPad. Show all posts
Showing posts with label iPad. Show all posts

Thursday

iOS 11 Features For iPhone, iPad, iPod [Infographic]

Posted By: Poketors - July 06, 2017
Recently, Apple has announced iOS 11 at its Worldwide Developers Conference 2017 keynote on 5 June that comes with a comprehensive range of features and some major improvements over its previous version. App developers can download a preview of iOS 11 through its official website.

iOS 11 Features For iPhone, iPad, iPod [Infographic]

If you and your family members own multiple Apple devices, and use them to share media such as photos and videos, it makes no sense for each member to have their own iCloud storage plan. Thankfully, iOS 11 makes it possible to have shared iCloud storage plans. Up to six members of a family can share a common iCloud storage plan between them. This can be done without having to incur any extra costs on a monthly basis. Along with this feature, a lot of other features are there. Please check the infographic for more detailed information.

ios 11 infographics
Source : Mindinventory

Saturday

Google Introduces Inbox For iPad

Posted By: Arin Dey - February 21, 2015
Google’s is introducing it's new e-mail service 'Inbox' on iPad also. It is available in the App Store, but only for U.S. region only. It is based on invite only as of now. Inbox has already made its image clear and it also became a popular email service tool on Android platforms. It better categorizes e-mails and displays important information such as flight itineraries, event information, and photos and documents from friends and family in separate categories.

Google Introduces Inbox For iPad

Inbox builds upon the categories introduced in Gmail last year. The basic concept behind it is grouping similar e-mails together. For example, if you have any product purchase bills generated and sent to your Gmail account it will be categorized in Purchase option. Once done with them, they can simply be swiped away. Users can also customize Inbox by selecting which e-mails they want to see grouped together.

If you want an Inbox account you have to send an e-mail to inbox@google.com to get an invitation to use the service.

Friday

Microsoft’s Office For iPad Reaches 12M Downloads

Posted By: Arin Dey - April 04, 2014
Microsoft Office for iPad was launched last week and since launching the app has been downloaded more than 12 million times as per a tweet of Microsoft. Revenue generated by Microsoft has not been revealed yet. Microsoft's Office for iPad apps are free, so the only way the company would have generated revenue is if the new Office users opt for in-app subscription purchases. Satya Nadella speeded up the long-anticipated app and ignored Microsoft’s previous strategy of linking the app with Windows only.

Microsoft’s Office For iPad Reaches 12M Downloads

Microsoft's WordExcel, PowerPoint, and OneNote together received more than 12 million users and this is not including the new user database. So it can be assumed that it might have acquired some millions in a day.

Microsoft released the iPad app last week, and they said that the app/software had been “reimagined, while retaining what people love about Office.”

As per Microsoft, Word, Excel and Powerpoint “have the robust capabilities and familiar look and feel that is unmistakably Office, while offering a fantastic touch experience built from the ground up for iPad."

Saturday

Microsoft Launches Office For iPad

Posted By: Arin Dey - March 29, 2014
Much awaited "Office for iPad" has arrived now. Microsoft has finally launched it on iOS platform. CEO of Microsoft, Satya Nadella has encouraged the effort to be neutralized, which made MS office files run on iPads.

Microsoft has “reimagined” Office for iPad, “while retaining what people love about Office. We hope you’ll be as pleased with the results as we are,” as stated in a blog post.

Microsoft Launches Office For iPad
Image Credit : Google
Company also added that Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint “have the robust capabilities and familiar look and feel that is unmistakably Office, while offering a fantastic touch experience built from the ground up for iPad."

The free apps offer users the documents they want. Microsoft has also committed to provide  the look just as good on iPad as they do on PC.

Microsoft is also bringing Office apps to the Windows Store and other popular platforms and has made Office Mobile for iPhone and Android phones available for free.

If you are an iPad user, you can download Word, Excel and PowerPoint from the App Store.

iPhone 5 App Market Wave

Posted By: Poketors - September 15, 2012
Marketers are keen on the apps of various categories on the release of iPhone 5. An infographic showing how app marketers can benefit from the recent launch of iPhone 5.

iPhoneAppStore

Some interesting facts about the iPhone App Store.

iTunesAppsStore

A review of the many mobile applications approved by iTunes.

Monday

Apple Sales: iPhone and iPad Sales

Posted By: Poketors - June 11, 2012
To put Apple’s growth in perspective let’s take a couple minutes to review this infographic on Apple’s sales for the iPhone and iPad in 2011. The sales of iPhone and iPad have been fair enough and has been presented in the infographic. 

iPhone Sales

The iPhone is Apple’s most successful product to date. Since it was first introduced in 2008 Apple has sold more than 200 million iPhones. To put that number in perspective, it is only 13 million short of the number of cars sold in the US since 2008. The iPhone alone is responsible for 40% of Apple’s revenue in 2011, and one of the most successful technology devices in terms of sales in the history of computing.

iPad Sales

The iPad is also one of the most popular personal computing devices on the market. With the release of the newest iPad Apple sold 3 million devices in the first 72 hours it was available. That works out to be 694 iPads every minute or 11 iPads per second.

Apple Sales Infographic :


Apple Sales: iPhone and iPad Sales

Friday

How To Upgrade To iOS 5 Ignoring Errors

Posted By: Poketors - October 14, 2011
We all aware about the latest release from Apple i.e. iOS 5 and obviously you people have been trying to upgrade your iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch to the latest version. It is found that some unknown errors are popping out while upgrading to its latest version 5 with codes like 3014, 3200 or 3002. After doing some research we have found one simple way out to avoid these errors.
How To Upgrade To iOS 5 Ignoring Errors
Image Credit : Apple
As mentioned in the Apple website we have followed the same process to update iPad 2 with iOS 5 and the software installed in it without any issues.

iTunes Error
Image Credit : iTunes/Apple

Here are the simple steps to be followed to update :

1. Download the iOS 5 IPSW files from the Apple servers. 

2. Click the link that is required for your iOS5 device -
iPad update error
3. Now open the iTunes software to download the firmware. 
4. Close the iTunes software once download is over and also disconnect your iPhone / iPad from the computer. 
5. After you disconnect, copy and paste the IPSW file to the following location depending on the Operating Systems:

For Windows: %APPDATA%\Apple Computer\iTunes\iP{one|ad|od} Software Updates
For Mac: ~/Library/iTunes/iP{one|ad|od} Software Updates6. Now connect your iOS device to the computer via USB cable.
7. Open iTunes and click Update to upgrade your device to the latest i.e. iOS 5. 

Here, you can use the local .ipsw files and the upgrade to its latest version.

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