Apple iWork Pages® is a terrific software that can be used to create a funeral service program for a loved one. In a challenging and emotional time, it is especially useful, with its ease of use and user-friendly functions.
Although Apple iWork Pages® can open and modify Microsoft Word documents, templates created in Pages® is the cleanest and most effective way to edit a template.
Apple Pages® can open and change Microsoft Word files, though this may present annoying issues; therefore, templates developed in Pages® is the cleanest and most secure approach to go. Templates that are actually produced in Pages®, does not go through a conversion process (from Microsoft Word to Pages conversion), you will get a pure page devoid of errors.
You also have the capability to take advantage of its easy and user-friendly settings. Note that the comparable for Microsoft Word in MAC OSX is Pages®. However, the comparability is not really the equivalent. But, the comparison between the two is hardly the same. Yet another reason we would suggest editing in Pages is that Microsoft Word does not have some of the valuable features that Pages exhibits.
A selection of pre-installed templates is readily accessible within Pages® itself. You can utilize one of these pre-created templates to begin creating a funeral program, if you like. It will take you some time in order to assemble the graphical pictures and backgrounds you would like to utilize in your own funeral programs. Try to remember that assembling the graphical pictures and backgrounds might need some additional time. it is extremely simple to produce text and shape boxes. Placing photos is also an easy process.
Your program can quickly be finished in a brief time mainly because of the ease of use with available functions within this program. You could be astounded as how much simpler it is to design a document.[ad_2]
Source by Carole Galassi
As the single highest selling smartphone in the world, Apple’s iPhone is the trend setter in the smartphone market, just like their iconic MacBook laptop and iMac all-in-one desktop systems have been settings trends in the computer market, for more than a decade now. One of the most divisive questions in the smartphone market, after the choice between iOS or Android powered devices, is the decision whether to use your phone in a case or not. While other manufacturers have not really come out against cases and some have even released their own cases for their phones, Apple has always been firmly anti-case.
This may seem at odds with the fact that Apple does indeed sell silicone and leather cases for their own phones and has been doing so for many years. This year too, Apple has updated their own leather cases for the iPhone 7 to include colour matched aluminium volume buttons. This is in addition to the thousands of other designer cases for the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus that new iPhone owners will be able to choose from.
Jet Black is the new Black
Apple’s huge about-face in the matter of cases comes because of one particular new colour that they just launched with the iPhone 7. Apple fanbois and fangirls will have guessed already, since the colour has turned out to be the most popular. The colour is the shiny, Jet Black. Apple itself, for the first time recommends that you choose one of the many designer cases for the iPhone 7 Plus or 7, for your new phone. Actually, they just recommend a case and hope that you’ll choose one of theirs but you get the idea. The reason for this is because the surfaces of the Jet Black new iPhone 7 and Plus are so smooth and shiny that they are prone to get scratched if you use them without a case. Apple of course, has come up with their own made up marketing term for scratches, they call them micro abrasions. A rose by any other name and all that but the long and the short of it is that if you don’t want your Jet black new iPhone 7 to be covered in fingerprints, scratches and ‘micro abrasions’ you should get one of Apple’s cases or better still, one of the many third party designer cases for the iPhone 7.
Why Jet Black?
The more logical ones among you may ask what the point even is of choosing a specific iPhone colour if that means that you have to keep the iPhone covered in a case but that is just being way too logical and reasonable. Apple fans have already lapped up the Jet Black iPhone 7 and early stocks of the colour in both the iPhone 7 and the larger iPhone 7 Plus are already sold out. This is despite that fact that the colour is only available on the more expensive 128 gb versions of the new iPhones. The real winners here are obviously the case makers.[ad_2]
Source by Nahid Ahmad
Since its humble beginnings as a computer company flogging hand built machines conceived by an out of work college dropout, the Apple empire has certainly come far. Today, Apple Inc has almost 50,000 employees and reported a $14 billion profit in 2010, becoming one of the most valuable computer technology companies in the world. Moreover, it has become a unique brand phenomenon with Apple products being snatched up all across the world – and consumers are still clamouring for more.
From the first Apple I to the iPhone 4 – here’s a look back at some of big Apple wins and a few of its failures through the years.
1976 – Apple was first founded on 1 April 1976 by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne. Wayne subsequently sold his share of the company back to his partners for $800. The first offering by the company was a hand built Apple I personal computer retailing for $666.66.
1977 – The Apple II was introduced. Boasting colour graphics, open architecture and a floppy disk drive interface, the Apple II was positioned well ahead of its competitors and subsequently became the personal computer of choice for the business world with the VisiCalc spreadsheet program.
1983 – The Apple Lisa was launched, the first to feature a Graphical User Interface (GUI).
1984 – Apple launches the Macintosh with its powerful TV commercial directed by Ridley Scott. The Mac was a success thanks to its advanced graphical capabilities – perfect for desktop publishing.
1985 – Co-founder Steve Jobs resigns from Apple and goes on to develop a new computer company, NeXT Inc.
1989 – 1991 – Macs go portable with the Macintosh Portable and the PowerBook, which set the ground for the layout and ergonomic design for most future laptops and personal computers.
1986 – 1993 – During this time, Apple produces a few product flops including a digital camera, portable CD players and video consoles. The Newton was Apple’s foray into portable handheld computing devices but also had limited success.
1996 – Apple purchases NeXT, bringing Steve Jobs back into Apple as an advisor. He eventually became the interim CEO until 2000 when he officially stepped into the role permanently.
1998 – The iMac, with its advanced digital video editing capabilities, would become the launching pad for Apple’s return to being a computer industry leader.
2001 – Apple introduces the first generation iPod which would revolutionise the digital music industry and become hugely successful with almost 300 million iPod units in its various forms and generations sold since its debut.
2003 – To follow up on the iPod’s success, Apple launches its iTunes store.
2005 – Apple releases its popular line of Intel powered computers with the introduction of the popular MacBook, MacBook Pro and iMac. These would eventually come to replace its previous models of the PowerBook, iBook and Power Mac. Today, the Intel powered models have been updated and re-released and continue to be some of the most popular computer models sold today.
2007 – The first Apple iPhone is launched revolutionising smart phone technology and mobile computing. The App Store allowed third party developers to make and distribute iPhone compatible applications, including some of the most popular games today, like Words with Friends and Angry Birds.
2010 – Continuing to blaze new paths, Apple introduces the iPad tablet computer that worked with all iPhone applications. The iPad has already sold almost 15 million units in its first year and consumers are already looking to buy or rent an iPad 2.
Today, Apple fans are waiting for more updates on their favourite products with the iPhone 5 and the iPad 2 expected to debut in 2011.[ad_2]
Source by Julie Liang