The dynamic duo of iCloud and Time Machine not only gives me peace of mind when working with important documents, but also takes a huge burden off of the storage capacity of my new iPad. I have a feeling that in the near future, storage capacities of mobile devices will matter less and less, especially if you have a cellular enabled device
I love the new iPhoto app. It is great for somebody like me to be able to edit photos on the go. I use it for work, and it has Already increased efficiency of my job. Plus, it is so fun to use. I do wish that they would incorporate better organizing methods in the program, however.
Apparently I was hallucinating. I held up a line sheet of paper on the edge and lined it up with the bottom of the Safari tabs, and the lines appear to be straight on both ends. It still looks like the edges of the screen curl in words as of a scroll.
Is anybody else noticing that the last inch of the right side of the display kind of tilts upward a little bit? is it just me? Am I noticing things that aren't there? Is this a standard issue with these types of displays? Sorry, I am not a techie.
So the screen doesn't go near as dark as the Samsung model when all lights turned off and set to completely black, and there is some faint light coming in from the corners. That is a largely unnoticeable trade-off that I can make for the experience of the iPad, which cannot be paralleled.