One of the few big drawbacks of using an iPhone or iPad is that physical storage capacity can’t be increased, and it’s all too easy to find yourself out of space.
Tablets have revolutionised the way we work, and Apple’s iPad Pro is now more powerful than many entry-level laptops, not to mention far more intuitive to use.
Debuting in 2011, Siri has grown in complexity and capability over the years to become a remarkably intelligent personal assistant.
Apple’s App Store has recently undergone a significant redesign with the introduction of iOS 11and has now adopted a more curated approach to showcasing its two million-plus apps.
One of the key benefits of digital media is the ease and speed at which you can share our lives with family and friends. In just a few moments, you can snap a picture on a phone, and send it to a relative on the other side of the world so that they can view it, too.
Apple has changed the way we interact with technology for the better by making computing accessible for everyone, no matter their age, experience or ability.
iOS is a relatively young operating system. The iPad experience though gaining momentum with every release, is also criticised for not getting much attention from Apple.
While an iOS device isn’t as easy to automate as a Mac, with the right apps there’s still a lot you can do. One of the best iOS automation apps is Workflow, available for £2.99/$2.99 from the app store, which I’ll be exploring in depth over the next few tutorials.