How to Create a Conference Call in iPhone

Posted by Sophie at Jul 17th, 2013 18:22 Uncategorized

Here, the instructions to create a conference call with your iPhone:

  1. While on a phone call with the initial call participant, tap the ” + Add Call” button, then use your contacts list to find the number for the additional party you wish to include on the call. (Or you can simply dial the number of the new participant.)
  2. The original caller will be placed on hold while the second number is called. Once you are connected to the second party, tap the “Merge Calls” button. This will add the new party to the initial phone conversation.
  3. Repeat the above steps to add additional parties to the...
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Apple's iPad now in use in all American Airlines cockpits

Posted by Sophie at Jun 25th, 2013 21:11 under category Knowledge

3 months after the The Federal Aviation Administration granted preliminary approval for the use of iPads  in airplane cockpits, and 1 month following the news  that Alaska Airlines would replace paper flight manuals with the iPad, American Airlines has announced they too will begin using the iPad in the cockpit.

 

Apple Insider reports: "The completion of American Airlines' iPad rollout has allowed the company to discontinue paper revisions to its terminal charts. American Airlines is now the first major commercial airline company to fully utilize tablets in all cockpits during all...

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iOS Games Controllers

Posted by Sophie at May 14th, 2013 17:47 Uncategorized

If you're traditionally a console gamer, you probably miss physical buttons when playing games on your iOS device.

But whether you're playing on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch there's always a way you can get your physical controls back.

1. Gametel

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Dimensions: 120×67×24mm 
Weight: 80g 
Connectivity: Bluetooth 
Power: Micro-USB (lead not supplied; up to 9 hours)

The Gametel was originally designed for Android. The packaging doesn't mention iOS, and omits the micro-USB lead for charging because the assumption is that you already have one.

Fortunately, the controller is actually...

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