A good thing about Kindle books is that you can read one book at different times on different devices, such as iPad, iPhone or even Mac, and the software automatically lets you know what page you were up to. But if a book doesn’t turn up on one device, here’s how to get it.
Because the iPad has a larger screen it’s able to offer Tabs in Safari. The iPhone and iPod touch have smaller screens, so use separate Pages instead. Here’s how to open up links on either device without losing the Page you’re already viewing.
Keynote app for iPad and iPhone can be very handy for quickly typing short sentences that are easily visible and can even be spoken aloud. And that’s so useful if you’ve lost your voice for a few days.
Are notifications showing up in the Menu Bar on your iPad or iPhone, or maybe waking you in the middle of the night? Here’s how to control them and how to look at them once they’ve disappeared.
Siri, included with the iPhone 4S is a personal assistant that can also take dictation. Here’s how to dictate things such as SMS, tweets and notes with Siri.
A 5-fingered pinch can replace pressing the Home button on an iPad with iOS 5. A 4-fingered swipe is handy too. Give these gestures a try. Here’s what happens.