Posts tagged " ipad "

Move Over Mobile First. Now, It’s Mobile Only — First, Last, and Everything in Between

December 9th, 2014 Posted by 2014, Blog No Comment yet

Over the past few weeks, I’ve written about mobile’s impact on a number of industries, including travel, hospitality, retail, and field operations. (Read More)

Apple’s New Universal SIM Card – It’s All About Control

October 28th, 2014 Posted by 2014, Blog No Comment yet

There’s been a lot of discussion over the past week about Apple’s inclusion of a universal SIM card in its newest iPads, and what it means. Most of the analyses have centered on Apple wanting to take another piece of the pie out of operators’ hands (which, it appears operators are not really willing to […]

The Hottest Mobile Industry News From the Past Week

October 14th, 2014 Posted by 2014, Blog No Comment yet

    As regular readers of The Connected Experience know, I’m a newshound. I love reading about the latest trends and issues surrounding the mobile industry. Most weeks, there’s a lot to take in, and this past week was certainly no exception. Without further ado, I wanted to share a brief synopsis of some of […]

Taking a look at Apple Swift – A Developer’s Opinion

July 17th, 2014 Posted by 2014, Blog No Comment yet

At this year’s WWDC14, Apple pleasantly surprised the developer community with many new interesting API’s and features. The biggest shock for Apple developers (and which got a lot of cheers) was the introduction of a new programming language called Swift. Certainly none of us predicted this! According to Apple, it was designed to help developers […]

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Delivering Experiences Vs. Solutions: How Tablets Have Triumphed

June 4th, 2013 Posted by 2013, Blog No Comment yet

It’s been a tough couple of weeks for folks in the PC business.  Scratch that; it’s been a tough couple of years. Since 2010, when the first iPad was unveiled, PCs have seen their market share slowly decline.  That decline was underlined last week when IDC released a report stating that, by 2015, tablet shipments […]

iPhone and iPad App Recommendations

September 6th, 2012 Posted by 2012, Blog No Comment yet

Finding the right apps to suit your needs (a.k.a., app discovery) is not always easy.  Here are a few iPhone and iPad apps that we think are worth downloading. 
SmartSync – this app is simple yet extremely useful.  If you are like me,…

A Lesser-known Feature of iOS: Toggling Between Language Options

August 2nd, 2012 Posted by 2012, Blog No Comment yet

If you recall a few months ago in my “Some iOS Tricks You May Not Be Familiar With” blog post I mentioned how you can natively include English-language text and emoticons as part of your keyboard. You can also easily toggle between other la…

Another Hidden Feature of iOS: The Clock Timer

July 5th, 2012 Posted by 2012, Blog No Comment yet

Are you one of those music fanatics that likes to fall asleep listening to your music on your iPhone (or iPod Touch)? If so here is a cool little hidden feature of Apple’s Clock application that allows you to stop your music, or video, after a ce…

The Huge Mobile Opportunity

March 15th, 2012 Posted by 2012, Blog No Comment yet

I remember when the world wide web was taking off and nearing the tipping point where everybody started to realize they needed a website. We are at the same point in the mobile revolution, where if you don’t have a healthy mobile presence (a site that …

Is it iPad 3? iPad HD? No, It’s "The new iPad"

March 8th, 2012 Posted by 2012, Blog No Comment yet

Why am I more excited about the new iPad than I ever was about the original iPad or the iPad 2 when they were announced? Well, with the original iPad I just didn’t know what I was missing since “Apple created the tablet market.” With …