Major League Baseball is looking to leverage partnerships with tech companies like Apple to help with its upcoming season during the coronavirus pandemic.
For example, MLB is expanding its iPad dugout program to distribute 15 iPad models to each team. The iPads will be used by both players and staff for performance examination, as well as for scouting and analytics, CNBC reported. Read more
When Apple’s engineers designed iOS, they took the opportunity to pare away behaviors and usage patterns that were unnecessary in a modern operating system running on tightly controlled hardware. Two of the most obvious were quitting apps and restarting/shutting down the device. However, those capabilities had to remain accessible somehow. Read more
Don’t want iPhone or iPad apps to update or transmit data in the background when not in use? You can turn that feature off easily in iOS.
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The Control Center on iOS is very useful, yet many people don’t use it to quickly access common functions. There are many buttons that you can add to Control Center that add even more. If you have an iPhone or iPad you should take the time to look at all of the buttons to get the most from your device. Watch MacMost tutorial here…
My wife recently cracked the screen on her iPad. If you’ve recently cracked your iPhone or iPad screen, you should know your options when it comes to repairs. In this short video, David A. Cox will present you with a few of your options. Depending on where you live may dictate the best solution, so keep that in mind. Here are links to everything you’ll need.