Recommended Ed Tech Tool: Apple iOS7 Guide

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Image by Twicepix. Retrieved from Flickr. Used under Creative Common’s licensing.

The release of the new iOS7 operating system upgrade has people talking!

The discussion revolves around the large file size and time it takes to run an upgrade.  For schools that support multiple devices, it may create a surge in demand, adding stress to the network. Other concerns have been voiced about interference during mandatory online testing, eliminating student permissions to complete an upgrade, and the influences it might have on the usability of an older device.

Therefore this week, CMLE’s Recommended Ed Tech Tool is for librarians that have and/or support Apple based device(s). Click here for Your Guide To iOS7 by MakeUseOf.

  •  Getting Started With iOS 7
  •  New Features
  • Updates & Overhauls
  • Odds & Ends
  • Q & A
  • Topics
  • Guides
  • PodCasts

2 thoughts on “Recommended Ed Tech Tool: Apple iOS7 Guide

    Michelle said:
    October 3, 2013 at 4:16 pm

    A technology facilitator at a Minnesota Public School sent us a related link to an article by MacRumors:

    http://tinyurl.com/lkpcmaa

    Are You and Siri BFF’s? | What's Happening... said:
    November 8, 2013 at 11:26 pm

    […] new operating system? If you haven’t done it yet, you may want to review our recent post about the Apple iOS7 Guide. Then, if ready to download, allow ample time as it is a big download and simultaneous downloads […]

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