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How to Connect Your iPad to a Mac or File Server

With iPadOS, you can now connect your iPad to a local server. This allows you to mount your Mac or PC and access files from that device.  To do so, open the Files app on your iPad. Tap the circle...

Scanning Documents with iOS 13 and iPadOS 13

You may have a printer with a built-in scanner, or perhaps even a dedicated scanner. But if you don’t — and you have an iPhone or iPad running the latest operating system versions — your Apple mobile devices can step in as a perfectly capable document scanner. We’ll show you how!

iPadOS 13: A Quick Look at Some Key Features

On September 24, 2019, Apple officially releases iPadOS 13 — the first version of its operating system specifically for the iPad line. While the Rocket Yard staff has been preparing you for macOS 10.15 Catalina, we’ve been quiet on the...

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These Are the iOS 11 Features that Will Make You Want to Upgrade

Today’s the day; iOS 11 becomes available for download, and if you didn’t check some of our earlier articles about Apple’s new mobile operating system, this should help you to decide whether or not you want to upgrade. Here are some of...

A First Look Into Apple’s iOS 11 Developer Beta 1

The day that the first developer beta of a new operating system version is available is a bit like Christmas; we get to open up a package and see what's inside. That was the situation on Monday, June 6 when...

The Files app brings a new, Finder-like file system to the iPad.

Top Five Announcements from the WWDC 2017 Keynote

Yesterday, over 6,000 developers crowded into McEnerny Convention Center in San Jose to hear what Apple was going to announce. The keynote address was different from many in the past, with no recitation of how well Apple and its products...