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dbrown
1 week ago

Now that Office has finally been released for iPad, can it be used if you don’t have an Office 365 subscription? I’m not sure that I want to spend ~$120 a...

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catamount
3 weeks ago

Apple’s recent quarterly results show that iPad sales are down almost 20% from the previous quarter. That’s a pretty big drop in sales. What’s going on? Is...

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cchecca
3 weeks ago

My house is all pretty much all Android and Windows devices, but my girlfriend has an iPhone and iPad. I have Google Cloud Print set up so it is easy for me...

pcaulfield
4 weeks ago

I want to start using my iPad more for actual work, not just watching what the cats are doing on YouTube. One thing that I've found...

Tags: iPad, mobile devices |
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TravisT
9 weeks ago

How does one go about getting an educational discount on Apple products? What proof needs to be provided and where to I submit it?

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JOiseau
10 weeks ago

Can Sir's voice on an iPhone be changed from female to male?

Tags: ios, iPad, iphone, siri |
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nrichmond
12 weeks ago
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dbrown
12 weeks ago

I have friends who are into photography and video editing who like the idea of carrying an iPad for viewing their photos and video when...

Tags: android, iPad, memory, tablet |
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pwarren
15 weeks ago

How can I make sure than no one playing with my iPad accidentally makes any in-app purchases?

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lsmall
19 weeks ago
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Microsoft is reportedly developing a version of Word for the iPad. Does it make sense to bring productivity tools to a content-...

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