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How to use Night Shift on iPad with iOS 9.3 and iOS 10

31 Mar

insomniaNight Shift on iPad has been updated for iOS10.

I don’t know about you but I don’t seem to be able to get enough sleep these days between work and a busy family life with an active toddler. I’ve also been spending my time working on a special project that is near completion (which I’ll be revealing to my readers in the near future).

So any help I can get to ensure a better night’s sleep is welcome…

This leads me to share about a new feature that was recently released on iOS that can potentially help you with your sleep. Continue Reading

Use iPad as Remote for iTunes

13 Jul

ipad-remote-appDo you ever invite friends over for drinks or dinner? Do you sometimes enjoy a glass of wine with your partner while listening to your favourite romantic tunes? Are you one of those people who entertains with music playing in the background?

If you want to play music for you and your guests, you should start by connecting your Mac to your sound system at home. And then you can actually use your iPad as a remote control! It is easy to set it up.

The Remote App comes in handy allowing you to control Continue Reading

How to use Keynote on iPad – Part 1

25 May

A good presentation can help us engage our audience and drive our point home. Whether you are selling a product or preparing a lecture, chances are you will need the assistance of presentation software such as Microsoft’s Powerpoint or Apple’s Keynote.

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In an earlier post, First Impressions about the iPad Air, I mentioned that the new iPad comes with several free Apps. Keynote is one of them. Now, if you own an iPad Air but you cannot find your Keynote App Continue Reading

How to use Personal Hotspot on iPad Air

02 Mar

On some occasions, you may find yourself wanting to use your computer to connect to the Internet from places that do not have Wi-Fi access such as a train, airport or a coffee shop.

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If you have an iPad 3rd generation or later with a Cellular Data plan, you can use a feature called Personal Hotspot to connect your computer or other devices to the Internet through Wi-Fi, Bluetooth or USB. Continue Reading