Creating a calendar entry in iOS 7 is pretty much a straight forward task. From the Calendar app simply tap the [+] button in the upper right hand corner then proceed to fill in the applicable sections. What’s not quite obvious is that you can switch the 1-minute increments in the time section to 5-minute increments for faster input if you need to. Tapping either “Starts” or “Ends” followed by a double tap the minutes changes the scroll wheel from the default 1-minute increment to 5-minute increments. Double tapping again reverses it. Continue Reading
The latest version of Pages for iOS brings with it more templates then previous versions but nowhere near as many as Microsoft Word. On top of that the dimensions of each template can’t be changed. Leaving users either stuck with what’s provided by Apple or to manually add their own templates. Since everyone isn’t equally versed on using Pages here’s how to get alternate paper sizes uploaded to Pages with as little hassle as possible. Continue Reading
My initial 30 days of using the iPhone have been fantastic. The hardware updates are more than adequate for any iPhone 5 user in my opinion and justifiable no matter how you cut it for any 4S user. iOS 7.0.3 is much more stable than the initial release along with what seems to be even better battery management. What I am truly impressed with, and not just for now or iOS devices alone but for what it means for the future of smartphones and tablets in general, is the 64-bit architecture.