iOS 5 definitely introduced a slew of new features that long-time iOS users had been waiting on since Apple finally introduced copy and paste. And Apple has definitely heard the Call of the Users, as iOS 5 also comes chock full of shortcuts. Why bother swiping between home screens and sifting through apps when you can perform a few simple shortcuts to get what you want? Read on to find out how.
Apple's web browser Safari has seen positive growth among users for seventeen months in a row, but this past July was the best of them all. In fact, Safari grew its user base faster than any other browser, including Google's Chrome.
iPad and iPhone sales are certainly helping, as iOS devices made up over a third of all users last month.
If Dracula was alive today, and he may be, he would be all over the iPad. Same for Eric and Bill; Fangtasia would definitely have an app. In a usage pattern complete different from all other devices, iPad is the device we go to after dark.
iPad usage dips after the early morning, stays low throughout the work day, and then spikes in the evening. Also, iPad usage increases on the weekends, while usage on all other devices actually drops.
A lot of people sleep with their iPhone by their bedsides, since an iPhone makes a great alarm clock. However, sometimes the incessant email alerts, push notifications, SMS alerts, and phone calls can keep us from actually drifting into a sweet, sweet slumber. In this week's tips, we'll show you how to silence those notifications, as well as show you how to monitor your data usage, monitor the memory on your iOS devices and walk you through the difference between deleting and archiving your Gmail inbox.
Ever wondered what the majority of people are using their iPads for? Resolve Market Research wondered the same thing, and set off to complete a study on the topic. The research group also took a look at how the iPad is impacting other technologies like e-readers, portable gaming devices, and netbooks.