Everyone knows that when you need directions, you ask Siri. Need to find a particular kind of food nearby, ask Siri. Need a chuckle, start a knock-knock joke with Siri.
If so, Apple has made it super convenient to treat the problem. There are several ways you will know that updates are available:
An open drink—a coffee mug, paper cup, or that giant tub of soda—sitting on your desk, is an accident waiting to happen. We have a rule in the office to not have open containers around our work benches because we have had enough enjoyment cleaning up spills in client machines and don’t need to add ours to the mix.
Our clients are often surprised that we remember their administrator or email passwords weeks or months after we last worked on their devices.
On the keyboard of your iPhone or iPad, press and hold any letter (‘A’ in the example below) and wait for the pop-up to appear. Slide your finger to the character you want and let go, inserting it where you were typing.
After a long day at the computer some of you may have a nagging pain in your wrist. Partially this is as a result of the repetitive motion from using the mouse all day. Mild occurrences can be alleviated by taking regular SCHEDULED breaks away from your desk. Doing so is also good for other parts of your body such as your back, and for your overall health. Sometimes, however, breaks are simply not enough and the pain does not go away or even becomes worse.
Don’t back up your entire iPhone to iCloud. Loading it up with music you have downloaded from iTunes is a waste of space that could otherwise be used for essential data, things you can’t afford to lose.
When you move the mouse, (or your finger on the trackpad), you control a cursor on the screen. This is how you interact with your computer. Understanding the six common cursor types described below should improve your confidence in file-management and navigation