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Archive for 'iPad' Category

iOS 7

Sep 24th, 2013 by Atelier | 0

iOS 7 is a major upgrade of the mobile OS for iPhones and iPads. As Apple always focus on providing a great user experience over support for older models, the introduction of iOS 7 leaves behind a few devices. iOS can only be upgraded on the following devices iPhone 4 iPhone 4S iPhone 5 iPad 2 iPad 3rd […]

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Apple iPad Camera Connection Kit

Mar 29th, 2012 by Atelier | 0

The Apple iPad Camera Connection Kit or commonly referred to as the CCK for short in online forums consists of two dongles. It was launched shortly after the 1st iPad was introduced by Steve Jobs in 2010. It originally retailed for USD 29. The box is quite small and as it was just purchased shortly […]

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8 reasons to get an iPad instead of iPad 2

Jun 23rd, 2011 by Atelier | 0

Listed below are the 8 reasons I bought an iPad instead of iPad 2. 1. Same resolution and size of LCD screen. 2. Same memory and connectivity options except for new CDMA model. 3. 730g for iPad 3G vs 613g for iPad 2 with 3G. Difference of only 117g or 16% less. 4. iPad is […]

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AutoCad On Mac, iPhone, iPod Touch & iPad

Sep 30th, 2010 by Atelier | 0

A few months ago, AutoCad for Mac beta was released under a code name called Sledgehammer. This marks the return of AutoCad to the Macintosh platform since the last compatible version at AutoCad R12. With the proliferation of the iPhone and iPad in the business environment, AutoCad WS was released for the iPhone, iPod Touch […]

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Apple iPad and the Newton MessagePad

Jan 28th, 2010 by Atelier | 0

Apple first introduced their portable personal computing device with the Newton Original Message Pad or Newton OMP. The first model was a large PDA and the home screen looks similar to the iPhone. There were rows and columns of applications with the bottom reserved for navigation and built in programs like calander and mail. The […]

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Moving to a new home

Aug 12th, 2009 by Atelier | 0

At present, all the Macs are scattered everyone. A few of them are displayed on a shelf while the rest are tucked in the store room and around the house. The metal framing of the shelf was bought from ikea and the timber shelves salvaged from a shop that closed down. As we are moving to a […]

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