iPadOS 13 has now been around for a while and I would like to share my experience with one of the most anticipated features; mouse support! Despite being presented as an accessibility feature (via "Assistive Touch" in settings), it does have the potential of further empowering all users. Once I installed iPadOS 13, I experimented … Continue reading Using a mouse with the iPad
The wait is over!! iPadOS is here, opening the gates to the future! A future where the iPad is further branching away from iOS and establishing its position as a strong and viable computing platform. This post is not a full review of iPadOS (for that, checkout the Macstories review). Instead, this is where I … Continue reading iPadOS 13 Impressions
One of the objectives of the Mobile Computer Blog is to showcase useful real life usages of mobile computing. Specifications and features of devices and apps are important points of discussion, but what is ultimately more important is how we use them. Previously on MCB, a slice of life was presented covering my role as … Continue reading Slice of Life (2): Weekend and Blogging
Lately, the main hype in tech has been on the foldable smartphone. The trend started with a somewhat unknown company, but was truly ignited when Samsung and Huawei set the bandwagon on course! Basically, tech companies are starting to launch smartphone-tablet hybrids with foldable screens. At first sight, the product is a phone. Then, with … Continue reading Foldable: Smartphone AND Tablet
Notifications! I suppose there is no dispute over the value of having notifications on our devices for providing reminders of important tasks, events, or updates. In this day and age, and with the multitude of duties and commitments we have, it is becoming increasingly difficult to keep track of all that is important to us. … Continue reading Managing the Notifications Flood!