Shelly Palmer talks with Jennifer Lahmers and Sukanya Krishnan on Fox 5 NY about Apple's new iPhone X as well as the "i" for an "A" keyboard issue. Original Airdate: November 7, 2017
Have you ever been stumped by a homework assignment and needed help solving the problem? If your answer to this question is yes, help is a snapshot away. Shelly Palmer talks about homework apps like Socratic and Got It Study with Fox 5 anchors, Jennifer Lahmers and Sukanya Krishnan. Find out how these apps will turn your iOS or Android phone into a step-by-step aid for math, science, history, and English problems.
For more than a decade, if Apple manufactured it, we purchased it – in bulk. There are so many Apple devices in our offices, someone once said, “It looks like Steve Jobs threw up in here.” That was then.
Apple's iOS 9 (the new iPhone operating system) contains a very special feature that enables third-party app developers to develop Ad Blocking tools. These tools, which have been around for PC-based web browsers for years, are probably better described as "content blocking" because they allow you to block all kinds of noncommercial stuff (also because there is a heated debate as to whether or not ads are "content"). Pundits and students of the commercial advertising business have identified this technological achievement as the beginning of the end of days. Others cite history and say the industry will get past the problem. After all, content blocking is not new; it's just newly relevant. Right?
I just scheduled an appointment at my local Apple Store to purchase an iPhone 6s Plus on September 25th using Apple's new iPhone Upgrade Program. It's right for me, but is it right for you? And, is it good or bad for the carriers?