The other day I met a friend for coffee and they were about 15 minutes late. No big thing to me, but they were upset they got trapped in traffic when they could have come another way. I asked them, “did you check traffic flow on your iPad?”
Yeah, I saw that glazed look. But you can check.
Louisville is in the middle of storm central for the Spring season. Afternoon thunder storms, tornado watches and WARNINGS. You can use your iPad for a NOAA weather radio. I have it on mine, and there is little more powerful than being in an afternoon meeting and having the NOAA storm alert sound go off on it. I instantly have everyone’s full and undivided attention.
I was helping a relative recently with their iPad and they are not a touch typist, so they type biblically, that is seek and find a letter. When I showed him he could dictate to his iPad and have it printed out on screen for editing he was all smiles. I expect a book by summer from him.
Those are the kinds of things we tutor here at Louisville TechTutor. Useful things that make your iPad so much more than a book reader and e-mail box. Custom tutoring, and working with seniors & the technology challenged is our specialty.
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We do a 2 hour introductory tutoring session to really get you going. We leave time to answer your questions and we will show you specific items you want to know how to do. That session is less than the cost of a good case for your iPad.
TODAY’S TIP: Save Battery Power
If you turn off PUSH EMAIL you can save a lot of battery power, especially if you are using a cell connection.
Open SETTINGS, MAIL, FETCH NEW DATA
Turn off PUSH
You can set FETCH to download manually, then to receive emails open the MAIL App and wait for them to download.