If you are reading this post, then it is obvious that you are a Snapchat user. It’s not a frequent thing when someone decides to delete his Snapchat account. And that’s because it’s quite addicting. Snapchat app for iPhone makes it easy to capture and send photos instantly to your family and friends.
In any case, after you install the app and find out that it’s certainly not for you, then there’s easy why by which you can delete your Snapchat account permanently. The process requires you to use the web version of Snapchat, which can be accessed from Safari browser of your iPhone. To make is simpler, we have provided a step-by-step guide to help you.
How to Delete Snapchat Account Permanently from Your iPhone
Step #2. You’ll need to log in with your Snapchat user ID and password in order to delete your account. In addition, you’ll also need to prove that you are human by checking the box that says “I’m not a robot.”
Step #3. On the next page, you’ll be asked to confirm the deletion. Just enter the Snapchat password once again and click/tap on “CONTINUE.”
Step #4. At the last page, you’ll get a confirmation that your account has been deactivated.
The deactivation lasts for 30 days and then your account is permanently deleted. In case you wish to return back to the app, just log in with your Snapchat user ID and password and your account is back. Once 30 days are over, there’s no way you can retrieve your account.
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Apple last week announced and debuted an attractive new iPad option — a sixth-generation model with an affordable $329 price tag, an upgraded A10 Fusion processor, and support for the Apple Pencil, an accessory previously limited to the more expensive iPad Pro models.
For MacRumors readers who are upgrading to Apple’s stellar new tablet from an older model, we’ve put together a video and guide covering features, accessories, and tips for getting the most out of the sixth-generation iPad.
Apple Pencil support is the major new feature in the sixth-generation iPad, and there are a ton of useful tricks you need to know if you’re new to the accessory.
Pairing the Apple Pencil to the iPad is as simple as uncapping it and plugging the Lightning connector into the Lightning port on your iPad. You’ll see a popup that asks you to confirm to pair, and once you accept, the Apple Pencil is successfully connected to the iPad.
Charging and Battery
When you connect your Apple Pencil to your iPad, it’ll let you know the battery level. You can also check using widgets accessed by swiping to the right of the Home screen. Scroll down to the “Batteries” section where your iPad and its connected devices (including Apple Pencil) are listed.
Don’t see a battery widget? Tap on “Edit” at the bottom of the list and tap on the “+” icon next to the “Batteries” option.
The Apple Pencil’s battery lasts for approximately 12 hours, and it charges through the Lightning connector on the iPad or with any Lightning cable using an adapter that ships with the accessory.
If your battery is dead and you need your Apple Pencil in a hurry, just plug it in for 15 seconds. That’ll get you enough juice to use it for a half hour, so it’s never out of power when you need it.
Apple Pencil Capabilities
The Apple Pencil is a sophisticated device that does quite a lot when paired with the sixth-generation iPad. A new touch sensor in the iPad allows for the Apple Pencil to work, enabling a lag-free writing and drawing experience that’s identical to using the Apple Pencil on the more expensive iPad Pro.
Your iPad knows when you’re using your Apple Pencil and it blocks out other touch input. That means there’s built-in palm rejection, so feel free to rest your hand on the iPad while you write or sketch.
There are pressure and positioning sensors included in the Apple Pencil, which let it detect a range of forces to enable pressure-sensitive drawing and writing in supported apps. When you press lightly, you’ll get a thin line. Press harder, and you’ll get a thicker line.
On the same note, there are two tilt sensors that determine the orientation and angle of the Apple Pencil while you’re holding it, a feature that lets you add shading to drawings and sketches by using the side of the tip.
Replacing the Tip
The Apple Pencil has a replaceable tip, so when it wears down, you can swap in a new one. An extra tip comes with the Apple Pencil, and you can purchase an additional package of four from Apple for $19.99.
How often you’ll need to change the tip will depend on how much you’re using the Apple Pencil, but on average, a tip should last for multiple months to a year or more. To swap it out, turn the tip counterclockwise to unscrew it and then screw on a new one.
Apple Pencil Apps
The Apple Pencil is ideal for taking notes, writing, sketching, drawing, and other similar tasks on the iPad, and because it’s been around for several years now, there are tons of apps that offer full support for the Apple Pencil’s features. We’ve listed some of our favorites below:
GoodNotes 4 ($7.99) – GoodNotes 4 is a comprehensive note-taking app that offers a range of writing and sketching tools, along with OCR for searching through your written notes. You can also use it to annotate documents and PDFs with the Apple Pencil.
Notability ($9.99) – Notability is another app that offers all of the features you need for taking detailed, concise notes with the Apple Pencil. It’s simple, easy to use, and offers tons of writing and sketching tools, but it’s not quite as feature rich as GoodNotes 4.
PDF Expert ($9.99) – If you’re going to be editing and annotating a lot of PDFs, it may be worth investing in PDF expert.
Pigment (Free) – Pigment is a coloring book app that lets you color in intricate designs using the Apple Pencil. Kids love it, and it’s relaxing for adults too.
Affinity Photo ($19.99) – Affinity Photo is a lot like Photoshop – you can use it for drawing, sketching, editing photos, and more. It has full support for Apple Pencil, including pressure sensitivity and tilt. Use it to apply editing effects to photos or create paintings with its extensive brush library and brush tools.
Procreate ($9.99) – For sketching and drawing on the iPad, you won’t go wrong with Procreate, an app that many iPad artists prefer. Procreate supports high-definition canvases, offers tons of brushes, and has full support for Apple Pencil.
Tracing Through Paper
Want to digitize a drawing that’s on traditional paper? The Apple Pencil works through paper, so just place the sheet over the iPad’s display, where it will be illuminated by the screen, and then trace the design in your favorite sketching app.
Other Apple Pencil Tidbits
Apple Pencil support is built into apps throughout the iOS 11 operating system. Inline Apple Pencil drawings, for example, can be inserted into Notes and Mail, while a useful Instant Notes feature lets you tap your Apple Pencil on the display of the iPad to automatically open a new note in the Notes app without having to unlock the iPad or manually open the app.
If you use the the document scanner in the Notes app to scan a piece of paper, you can then sign it or annotate it with Apple Pencil. It’s a useful feature for documents that you need to sign and return to someone. You can also sign standard PDFs, either in the Mail app or right in the Files app.
With the sixth-generation iPad, Apple also added Apple Pencil support to all of its iWork apps, so you can use Apple Pencil with Pages, Keynote, and Numbers. You can also use the Apple Pencil for drawing on and annotating screenshots and photos with Instant Markup, a feature available in the Photos app or whenever you take a screenshot (just tap on the screenshot icon in the lower left corner).
The Apple Pencil is, of course, designed for note taking and sketching, but you can also use it for navigation just like your finger.
The sixth-generation iPad includes an A10 Fusion chip, and while it’s not as speedy as the A10X Fusion in the iPad Pro, it’s still able to run any app or game in the App Store. Apple specifically said the more powerful A10 Fusion, which was first introduced in the iPhone 7, was added to the sixth-generation iPad to support augmented reality content.
There are now tons of augmented reality apps built using ARKit in the App Store, and you can download everything from Pokémon Go to apps that let you preview furniture to educational apps, all of which have AR content. In the iOS App Store, you’ll want to check out the specific AR categories in the apps and games sections.
iOS 11 on the iPad
iOS 11 introduced a whole slew of iPad-specific features that make using an iPad as a computer replacement a much more pleasing experience. The new sixth-generation iPad, with its A10 Fusion processor, supports all of these features.
A persistent dock, for example, houses all of your apps and makes it easier to use the built-in multitasking features for accessing two apps side by side. Using simple drag gestures that are easy to learn, you can use multiple apps in a variety of ways with Slide Over and Split View arrangements, as demoed in the video.
Picture-in-picture, another multitasking feature in iOS 11, lets you watch a video on YouTube or another source while continuing to use other apps, which is super handy, and drag and drop features make it simple to move files and content from one app to another.
Control Center has been merged with a useful new App Switcher, accessible by swiping up from the bottom of the iPad. With the App Switcher, you can access all Control Center options and quickly switch between open apps with just a tap.
You can find more detail on all of these iPad features in our iOS 11 roundup, which is complete with tons of how tos that are worth checking out for learning even more about iOS 11 and the new iPad.
While the new iPad supports the Apple Pencil, it doesn’t have a Smart Connector and there’s no option for a Smart Keyboard. Bluetooth keyboards are supported, though, and if you want to use your iPad for writing, coding, or other keyboard intensive tasks, it’s worth picking one up.
The sixth-generation iPad’s design is the same as the fifth-generation iPad’s design, so all existing iPad keyboards will work with the new model, and there are tons of options out there. Brydge, for example, makes a highly rated $99 iPad keyboard, and there are multiple options from Logitech, like the $99 Slim Folio. You can also use Apple’s own Magic Keyboard for a Mac-like typing experience.
Did you get a new iPad? Are there tips and tricks worth knowing that we haven’t covered here? Let us know in the comments.
Apple continued its advertising push for iPad on Wednesday with a new slate of advertorial videos covering features ranging from marking up screenshots with Apple Pencil to accessing special symbols on the soft keyboard. AppleInsider – Frontpage News
Along with Twitter and WhatsApp, Instagram is my go-to option to stay in touch with all of my friends, loved ones, and followers. Recently, I thought of watching some of the most hilarious videos shared by my friends on the ultra-large iPad Pro. Hence, I went to App Store to download Instagram on the iPad, but I was surprised to find the social networking app missing. So, where had it gone?
I double-checked the compatibility of the app and spent plenty of time searching for it in the App Store but in vain. Disappointed to have not been able to get the app on the iPad, I looked for a workaround to get across the line. And fortunately, I stumbled upon a pretty simple trick to overcome the barrier.
How to Download Instagram on iPad
Step #1. Open Safari or any other web browser on your iPad.
Step #3. Next, you should see “Download on the App Store” button. Tap on it.
Step #4. Tap on Open in the Popup.
Step #5. Next up, you will be directed to the Instagram app in the App Store. Now, download the app as usual.
Have your say
Though Instagram is not perfectly optimized for iPad, you will be able to use it on the tablet without any trouble. I wish it became as neat on Apple’s tablet as it’s on iPhone sooner than later. What do you think?
As a student, I never feared the ever-mounting workload nor did the challenge to become the most adorable student ever pushed me back to the wall. The only thing that killed me—more often than not—was tracking assignments, as I would often miss out a few of them. Alas, I didn’t have a powerful tablet like iPad and intelligently crafted apps in those days! I’m really glad to see the best iPad and iPhone apps that make managing and tracking homework and assignments a painless experience.
So, if you find your kid burdened by a lot of homework and no longer want him/her to run from pillar to post to monitor assignments, explore these top iOS apps that can let your little wonder get on top of tasks with consummate ease. I bet, your child will always be a step ahead and never forget to complete a task.
Top 10 iPad and iPhone Apps for Managing Schoolwork
#1. myHomework Student Planner
“myHomework” is one of the most appreciable back-to-school apps for iOS. With this app, you can effortlessly keep an eye on your classes, homework, assignments, and tests. There is a smart calendar display to let you instantly find out the required information.
The support for the time, block and period based schedules offer you more flexibility to get on top of your task. Homework reminders never let you forget important things. If you ever feel constrained, you can upgrade to the premium version ($ 4.99) of the app to unlock all the features.
Time to ramp up your productivity! iStudiez Pro can get the best out of you by letting you complete your projects more efficiently. The app features a smart built-in planner that allows you to easily enter all types of schedules. You can add holiday periods and cancel separate classes in case of outstanding events.
You will also be able to organize your assignments by date or by course or by priority or sort them into pending and completed. It allows you to view your third-party calendar events as well. Another notable feature of this app is the compatibility with several languages like English, Arabic, Catalan, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German and more.
OmniFocus has always been one of my favorite task manager apps for both iOS and macOS. Though it’s not specifically designed for students, it can be immensely pivotal in helping them manage their tasks and assignments. The app lets you easily enter in a task and assign a due date. With notification reminders, it keeps you in charge.
As it’s location-aware, you will be able to assign a location to a specific task and be reminded of it whenever you reach that location.
Do you find it a bit tedious to manage a lot of files and important documents? No longer spend a lot of time in keeping your files in sync with your high demand by making the most the best file manager for iOS—Documents.
The app works with multiple cloud services like Apple’s iCloud, Microsoft’s OneDrive Dropbox and Box to ensure you have desired efficiency to manage your docs. Using several powerful tools, you can edit documents, annotate PDFs, browse photos, and read e-books. Oh yes, you can also watch videos and play your favorite music.
Yet another app that’s not primarily developed for students but can be very useful for them. Wunderlist makes it pretty straightforward to add, organize and schedule to-dos. You can also set reminders to keep everything in check.
You will be able to safely browse the web and save articles to read offline. Moreover, Wunderlist has the support of a number of languages including English, Albanian, Arabic, Bulgarian, Catalan, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, Georgian, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Icelandic, Italian and more.
Ranked as the 8th best app in education category and achieved 5 stars out of almost 10K ratings, “Socratic Math & Homework Help” doesn’t any introduction, doesn’t it? What I have found really admirable in this app is the ability to be a fantastic guide to help kids solve homework and Math.
Your child just needs to snap the photo of a Math equation to get the quick answer. Thanks to the step-by-step guide, he will be able to easily understand the trick to solve the problems. Better still, the app supports multiple subjects including Math (Algebra, Calculus, Statistics, Graphing, etc.), Science, Chemistry, History, English, Economics, etc.
This one is what you should pick to manage your entire homework with complete peace of mind! You can easily add your tasks and complete them in time. To ensure you don’t miss out on any important assignments, you will also be able to keep track of them.
It lets you add subtasks to keep your homework fully organized. With custom reminders, you will remain alert to things that you have to do. There is an in-app calendar to help you quickly check out your tasks daily, monthly and yearly basis. Lastly, this education app supports only two languages like English and Korean.
“My Study Life” is designed to be an enormously helpful tool for not just students but also for teachers and lecturers. What makes it so handy is the ability to let you ideally manage your study life. You can quickly add your homework and assignments and be able to keep a close watch on them.
To never let you miss out any crucial tasks, it keeps you informed with timely notifications. It has the support of day and week rotation timetables as well as advanced academic year or term. Besides, your teachers can easily share timetables with you.
Don’t be surprised to see this finest calendar app for iOS and macOS on this list. Fantastical 2 is feature rich and has got all the features to help you remain on top of your tasks and handle them with utmost ease.
The dashboard with multiple views lets you quickly keep track of your events and reminders. Oh, you can also customize the dashboard with simple gestures to suit your needs better. Set dates, times and also geofences (the arrival and departed) to get your work done in time. Even better, Fantastical is compatible with multiple languages including English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish, etc.
Tracking down classes and assignments is a piece of cake with Pocket Schedule Planner! The app boasts a neat user-interface and easy-to-use features that bring about the essential convenience in getting the task done without any stress at all.
Based on your need, you can comfortably organize your entire courses and monitor them with ease. To take the hassle out of the equation, you can sort all of your assignments into a separate section. Additionally, it also allows you to manage the detailed info of your guider so that nothing goes for a miss.
Last week, Apple announced and made available to order its sixth-generation iPad — the second in its series of ultra low-cost, but remarkably well-spec’d, tablets computers built on the venerable 9.7-inch form-factor. While the addition of Apple Pencil support is arguably among the new tablet’s most impressive feature additions, allowing budget-minded customers the opportunity to […] Read More… iDrop News
The touchscreen is the most delicate part of your iPad, and therefore, it must be given the utmost care and protection to remain in top gear. A robust screen guard is what you need to choose to keep the screen shielded from scratch and impact. Besides, the screen protector doesn’t let dust and oil to build on the screen; thereby keeping it pristine for long. Giving protection the ultimate priority, we have compiled the best 9.7-inch iPad tempered glass screen protectors.
Apart from being resistant to shatter, these screen guards also stop blue light from hurting your eyes. Ready to pick one for your tablet? Jump over to discover more about the top 10 screen guards for the sixth-gen iPad!
Best Screen Protectors for 9.7-inch iPad
Simply put, Anker is one of the finest screen guards for the iPad. Made of high-grade tempered glass, it’s got 9H hardness to resist even nasty scratch. With the oleophobic coating, it also prevents fingerprint and smudge from destroying the sensitivity.
96% transparency ensures you have a great viewing experience. The precise cutouts help it get installed perfectly. Moreover, Anker screen protector is backed by lifetime warranty.
GARUNK comes with true touch sensitivity to enhance your 3D Touch experience. Another notable quality of this screen guard is the ability to deliver up to 99% clarity. That means you will have a more improved viewing experience.
Empowered by industry standard hardness, the screen guard can fight even a sharp scratch. Thanks to precise laser cut and rounded edges, you can effortlessly install it on the touchscreen. Besides, it also absorbs blue light to protect your eyes.
When it comes to offering maximum protection from abrasion, JETech is second to none. Top-grade tempered glass is bolstered by 9H hardness to defend the touchscreen against any scrape. With the high-transparency, it boosts your viewing experience.
Being very responsive to the touch and press, it allows you to use your device without any hiccups. To ensure the sensitivity remains intact for long, it keeps fingerprint and smudge at a fair distance. What’s more, JETech comes in double packs at just one price!
Ailun is a fine tempered glass screen protector that offers the essential shield to your iPad’s touchscreen. The quality that makes it a trusted defender for the screen is the ability to fight out even sharp scratch. Hence, you won’t have to worry about the screen being damaged by ugly scrape.
It’s completely bubble-free. Therefore you won’t have a painful time while installing the screen guard on the screen. Oleophobic coating ensures dust and grime remain at bay; thereby keeping the touch sensitivity alive for long. Even better, Ailun is available in two packs.
Packed in with all the qualities required to be a long-term shield for your iPad’s touchscreen, RUBAN is one of the most reliable screen guards in the market. Among several impressive qualities that I have found very appreciable is 99% HD clarity. Courtesy the crystal clarity, you will have enhanced media viewing experience.
It feels pretty smooth to the touch. Due mainly to the oleophobic anti-fingerprint coating, it never loses its sensitivity. That’s not all; RUBAN also comes in dual packs.
TANTEK offers the much-need safeguard to the touchscreen against shatter. As a result, the touchscreen will come unscathed even from a nasty fall. If you have butter fingers, this is exactly what you would like to have to remain on the safer side of the stream.
As for sensitivity, I have found the screen guard up to the mark. It also provides improved clarity and blocks blue light as well to protect your eyes. Oh yes, you get it in two packs.
Endowed with the ability to resist impact and also give a strong fight to scratch, etrech is designed to be a dependable guard for the touchscreen. Aside from maximum defense from scrape, it also delivers high clarity. It responds to touch and press admirably thanks to the top-notch sensitivity.
As it doesn’t let dust and grime gather on the screen, you will continue to have high responsiveness for long. Lastly, bubbles won’t hamper your installation process.
Having got four and a half stars out of more than 1000 customer reviews, OMOTON has defining qualities. From every aspect, it’s at par with the very best. The feature that has caught my eyes in this screen guard is the high-definition clarity that immensely improved viewing.
Hydrophobic oleophobic screen coating provides an uncompromised shield against sweat and oil residue. Hence, the touchscreen doesn’t lose its sensitivity. Additionally, OMOTON is supported lifetime warranty that further increases the reliability factor.
Blessed with 2.5D round edges, SMAPP provides edge-to-edge to protection to the touchscreen. With the precise cutouts, it fits perfectly on the screen without being any hindrance to the front camera. Depsite being just 0.3mm thickness, it’s got the strength to knock down brutal shatter and also resist scrape.
It offers up to the mark clarity and also responds to each one of your press, touch, and slide smoothly. The ability to put grime and oil residue away makes it an ideal guard for every screen. Furthermore, you get the lifetime warranty on SMAPP.
Patchworks ITG is a top-rated screen guard that stands out in offering unmatched protection. Made of soda-lime glasses, it’s extremely strong and won’t let scrape damage the screen at all hazards.
Another feature that makes it so admirable is the crystal clarity. Oleophobic coating helps it retain its top functionality for long by stopping dust and grime from taking away its shine. It also keeps away blue light to safeguard your eyes. On top of all, Patchworks ITG comes with lifetime warranty.
Now, it’s time to let us know about the screen protector that has successfully passed your test. And yes, don’t forget to tell us about the deserving guard that we have missed out to include in this list.
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