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You are able to use any appstore app with the iPad. Make sure your iPad is listed as a connected device in the left side bar of iTunes. Check your sync settings to make sure they're set to sync with your iPad and if needed restore your iPad using the restore button and try to sync again.

To make an application fullscreeen tap the small "2x" button in the bottom corner of your iPad. This will upscale the app to fullscreen.

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Just some basics: the Good for Enterprise app will not operate without the necessary back-end software. Please contact your IT administrator for a username and password.

If this problem continues, contact your IT Administrator. Could be a network-related issue.

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SOURCE: Aside from the mini alarm clock for iPhones and iPads, can anyone recommend any good "bedside" apps for my new iPhone?

There areapps for everything!! Check out this slideshow that highlights some of the appsyou can get. It seems to cover everything from sounds to lull you to sleep toweather checks worldwide. Have fun.http://www.pcworld.com/article/239378/top_10_bedside_apps_for_ipad_and_iphone.html

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SOURCE: can not get password to use on iPad or iPhone to work using password

If you are asking about the passcode that locks your iPad or iPhone so others can not access it, following the steps below.
-Start with the iPad screen off.
-Press the HOME button (the small circular button close to the screen)
-Slide to unlock the screen, at the bottom.
-Press the HOME button until you see a box that says SEARCH IPAD (the keyboard will also slide up when you're on the correct screen)
-In the box that says SEARCH IPAD, type SETTINGS
-At the top of the list, created by typing SETTINGS, should be the TOP HIT of SETTINGS.
-Select SETTINGS by tapping with your finger.This will open the SETTINGS app.
-On the left hand side of the two columns, in the SETTINGS app, should be a list of options. Select the GENERAL option from the list by tapping it with your finger.
-On the right hand side of the columns should now be a list of more options starting with ABOUT.
-Continuing looking down past the ABOUT option for the option PASSCODE LOCK.
-Select the PASSCODE LOCK option by tapping it with your finger.
-A new menu, on the right hand side, should now appear starting with the TURN PASSCODE ON option.
-Select the TURN PASSCODE ON option by tapping it with your finger.
-The SET PASSCODE pad should appear in the center of your screen. Enter a four digit passcode of your choice.
-Reenter the passcode you chose again.
-You are done! The next time your iPad times out or you lock the screen, it will require the four digit passcode you set by following the above steps.

Posted on Oct 19, 2012

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SOURCE: when I upgraded my iPad 1 from 4.3 to 5.1 I saved my apps on my macbook. I then moved Pavel Buchelski's 700 solitaire games for iPad back to the iPad but cannot play any of the games...what happe

There seems no problem with your iPad or MacBook. The problem is with the app itself. The developer would'nt have updated the app to support iOS 5.1, hence it's crashing on start up. You mentioned that there's a $2.99 version of the app. You should buy it only if it says that it supports iOS 5.1 and above.

Posted on Oct 20, 2012

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Apple answered a lot of questions Wednesday about its fabled tablet, now known as the iPad. We know it has a 9.7-inch screen, weighs 1.5 pounds, has Wi-Fi with a 3G option, and Apple claims it has up to 10 hours of battery life. The iPad runs the iPhone OS and "almost all" iPhone apps and uses the ePub format for books. We know a lot about this device, but there are still so many unanswered questions, not to mention a few mysteries, to keep you guessing:
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Apple is claiming you can watch 10 hours of video on the iPad and that the device can sit in standby mode for one month on one charge. Don't believe the hype, folks. Computer makers love to exaggerate battery life claims, and Apple is no exception. So don't take this one to the bank until PC World's test center checks out the iPad's battery life.
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What about Mobile Me, Apple's cloud syncing app for your contacts, email and calendars? Apple says you will be able to sync the iPad with your Mac or PC through the iPad's 30-pin connector, but why no cloud syncing? Apple has had trouble in the past with Mobile Me, so perhaps the company is not ready to bring the iPad into the mix just yet. But you've got to assume this is coming — unless Apple plans on killing the Mobile Me service, that is.
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AT&T? Really?
PC World spent the summer testing 3G connections across the U.S., and AT&T achieved some of the lowest reliability scores compared with Verizon and Sprint. AT&T has a bad reputation when it comes to delivering data to the iPhone, and yet, Apple is relying on this carrier for another data-intensive device. The unlimited data plan pricing is pretty good at $30 per month, but can AT&T's network handle the iPad?
How much for those accessories?
Apple has yet to release pricing on the iPad's accessories like the keyboard dock, iPad case and camera connector. The keyboard dock is especially important, since its price may be a deciding factor for people who want to travel with the iPad instead of a netbook.
Is the iPad a threat to netbooks?
You can buy an external keyboard (price unknown), and the price for the iPad is right at $499. You can buy iWork, a suite of productivity apps for the device, so why not replace a netbook with the iPad? One concern might be Microsoft Office compatibility, but the standard version of iWork allows you to save files as Office documents, and presumably iWork on the iPad will do the same thing. Of course, most netbooks come with Webcams for video conferencing, and the iPad, well...
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You can put a Webcam in something as thin as the MacBook Air, but not the iPad? Are you kidding me? This is another big miss, to my mind. I have to wonder if the addition of 3G connectivity prevented Apple from even considering a Webcam. The telecoms probably wouldn't be too happy to see people using Google video chat and Skype across 3G connections on the iPad. What other reason could there be for not having a Webcam? Was Apple afraid a Webcam-enabled iPad would cannibalize the 13-inch Macbook? Not likely, but you never know.
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If you look at the iPad promotional video, you'll notice the user doesn't let his non-typing fingers rest on the keyboard. That means the onscreen keyboard probably won't be very comfortable to use for long periods of time. Again, the unknown price of the iPad's keyboard dock could be a big factor in how well this device sells.
Having more than one program open at a time?
The iPad brings the issue of background processes up again. Having more than one program open at a time is important, especially if you are going to run Pages, iWork's word processor, and need to refer to the Web while you're working. Will the next version of the iPhone OS solve this problem, at least for iPad users?
There are other questions that need to be answered, such as whether or not the iPhone will be able to read iBooks. Will Apple try to ban the Kindle app from the iPad? Also, will the iBookstore be a part of iTunes or something that is accessible only from the iPad?
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How do I add my iPad to my Kindle account?


How to Install the Kindle App for iPad/iPhone The Kindle app can be used on any iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch with iOS 3.2 or greater installed. Installing the Kindle App Visit the App Store and download the Kindle app to start reading from your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch. To install the Kindle app: 1. Tap the App Store icon on the home screen of your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch. You can also get the app through the iTunes Store. 2. Search for "Kindle" or find it in the alphabetical list of apps. 3. Follow the on-screen installation instructions. When installation is complete, tap the Kindle icon on your device to open the reading app. Registering the Kindle App To register your Kindle app, use your existing Amazon account e-mail address and password. If you live outside the United States and use the Kindle application, please see the Using the Kindle App if You Live Outside the United States Help page. Logging into your Amazon.com account through the Kindle app registers your device to your Amazon.com account. Once you sign in during registration, you won't need to do it again -- just open the app to access your Kindle Library. To register: 1. Tap the Kindle icon on your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch to open the reading app. 2. Enter your Amazon.com account e-mail address and password. 3. Tap the "Register" button. You can also tap the Settings icon (the cog) on the Kindle Home screen to view or change your account registration. Signing Out and Deregistering If you sign out of the Kindle app, your reading app is deregistered from your Amazon.com account. When you deregister, you can't download content to the Kindle app or send purchases to the app unless you register again. To deregister using the Kindle app: 1. Tap the Kindle icon on your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch. 2. Tap the Settings icon in the lower right-hand corner of the screen. 3. Tap "Update" under the Registration field and then tap the Deregister button. To deregister online: 1. Visit Manage Your Kindle on Amazon.com. 2. Open the Manage Your Devices section and locate your registered Kindle app. 3. Click the "Deregister" link. http://www.amazon.com/gp/help/customer/display.html/ref=hp_ipst_inst?nodeId=200438220&# installing

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When I upgraded my iPad 1 from 4.3 to 5.1 I saved my apps on my macbook. I then moved Pavel Buchelski's 700 solitaire games for iPad back to the iPad but cannot play any of the games...what happe


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How do i sync my ipad with my macbook pro?


You can choose iTunes to sync iPad with your Mac, but you should be careful when you are using iTunes to sync iPad. iTunes is not simply backup or transfer software, and it doesn't allow you to transfer non-purchases. So you only have authority to sync purchased items, including apps, music, movies and so on to your Mac or iTunes library. Check out the following steps.

  1. Authorize your new computer to use your Apple ID. Install iTunes on your new computer and then Authorize it in the Store tab.This is the email address you use to sign into iTunes (and probably anything else Apple-related). If you don't know it offhand, you can just check the computer you're currently syncing with. If you go into the iTunes Store it should appear in the upper-right corner. Once you know it, go to the new computer you want to sync with and locate the Store menu. From there, choose "Authorize This Computer". (In the event you've switched Apple IDs and made purchases with more than one, you'll need to perform this authorization for every account.)
  2. Back Up Your iPhone. Just in case anything goes wrong when you are syncing, back up your iPhone, so that if all else fails, you'll be able to restore it to the way it is right now. To do this, connect your iPhone to your computer with its USB cable and open iTunes, Click "File > Device > Back up".
  3. Transfer Purchases from your iPhone. Now you'll want to transfer all of your iTunes purchases (including free apps, paid apps, songs, books and movies) from your iPhone to your new computer. To do this, right-click (CTRL-click on a Mac) your iPhone within iTunes and choose Transfer Purchases. Or click "File > Devices > Transfer Purchases from my iPhone". Then iTunes will start syncing the purchased items to the library.
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