iOS’ native alert system hasn’t changed much in recent years, but one major convenience of jailbreaking is that users can install third-party add-ons to change the look and behavior of almost anything they desire.
It's a relatively quiet initiative these days, all things considered, but Apple hasn't given up on the education market. These days, it comes down to handing out a whole lot of devices to incoming students. That's what's happening with incoming learners at California State University this fall.
Apple Pencil features like turning your handwriting into typed text and interactive links with data detectors are now available more broadly with support for five new languages.
Education continues to be an important element to Apple, which usually relies on the company working with educational bodies in some way or another.
Like, for instance, today's announcement from the University of Nevada, Reno. The university says it is teaming up with Apple to provide the incoming freshman class with new iPad models. The goal, according to the announcement, is to develop a "common learning platform" for all students, providing equal access to technology. The university is calling it the "Digital Wolf Pack initiative."
The Apple Pencil is an excellent companion for the iPad Pro, and an artist/creator's true friend. However, it's also very easy to lose due to its size. Apple announced the Pencil alongside the first iPad Pro, making it easy for users to take notes, draw, and create.
The company included a feature on the Pencil that allowed it to be magnetically attached to an iPad Air, or iPad Pro. Despite this, several users have lost their Apple Pencil. In this post, you will learn to find a lost Apple Pencil using your iPad, and also via a simple Bluetooth tracking app. This tutorial is applicable for the 1st and 2nd generation Apple Pencil only.
A very short video that allegedly depicts an unreleased third-generation Apple Pencil has leaked ahead of Apple's “Spring Loaded” event, which is scheduled for Tuesday, April 20.
Apple is holding a special media event on April 20 and one of the new products believed to be announced come next Tuesday could be a third-generation Apple Pencil.
If you own your first Apple Pencil and are wondering when you should replace the tip or how to do it, iDB is here to help. We’ll give you some recommendations on when you should replace the tip along with simple instructions for doing so.
If you use the Books app on your iPad for reading manuals, textbooks, or PDFs, then you’ll be glad to know you can use your Apple Pencil with it. You can add highlights, include notes, search, and use lookup for books, and of course, annotate PDFs.
Here, we’ll show you the ways you can use Apple Pencil in the Books app on iPad.
Maybe you just got an Apple Pencil or a new iPad and want to use this convenient combo. But for some reason, unknown to you, you can’t pair your Apple Pencil with your iPad.
Here, we’ll explain several methods to remedy this situation, beginning with which Apple Pencils work with which iPads.
Apple announced the new iPad Air back in September, but the tablet went on sale today. So now the company is leaning into the promotional effort for the new tablet.
Scribble is a terrific tool for jotting down notes on your iPad with an Apple Pencil. With iPadOS 14, you can do things like turn handwriting into typed text and use handwriting in text boxes like search fields.
So when it comes to being productive with Pages, Numbers, and Keynote on iPad, you can use Scribble to get things done quickly. Here are some tips for using Scribble in those apps with your Apple Pencil so you can make the most of the feature.