The Charger Bulletin

Apple Event Coverage – Sept. 16, 2020


Tiara Starks, Entertainment Editor

September 16, 2020

On Sept. 16, Apple CEO Tim Cook virtually hosted a highly-anticipated annual Apple event titled “Time Flies.” The event was held to unveil upcoming releases of new mobile hardware and software updates to their current line of devices. Within the virtual event, Cook highlighted six major releases:...

Managers Find UNH’s Executive MBA Program Cutting-Edge and Convenient

Karen Grava

December 5, 2012

When Brian Bethel, a manager at Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation, leaves Connecticut on a business trip, he brings everything he needs with him for his studies in the University of New Haven’s Executive MBA program. That is, he brings his UNH-issued iPad. “The technology incorporated into our...

UNH First College in Nation Using an iPad App to Evaluate Prospective Undergraduates

Samantha Mathewson

October 24, 2012

This fall, the University of New Haven became the first college in the nation to easily use an iPad app to evaluate applications for undergraduate admissions. This lightens the load for UNH admissions counselors who can do everything on iPads, instead of carrying around numerous boxes of folders,...

Class Trades Textbooks for iPads

The Charger Bulletin

September 12, 2012

By KAREN GRAVA, Director of Media Relations Twenty first-year honors students who filed into Pauline Schwartz’s general chemistry class last week got quite a surprise when the University gave iPads to each of them. The students, mostly forensic science and engineering students, found that their...

Israel Ends Ban on iPad

The Associated Press

April 28, 2010

JERUSALEM – Israel on Sunday lifted a ban on Apple Inc.'s popular iPad tablet computer, ending restrictions that had been imposed over concerns the gadget's wireless signal could disrupt other devices. Communications Ministry officials conducted "intensive technical scrutiny in a controlled lab...

Apple Sells More Than 300,000 iPads on First Day

The Associated Press

April 7, 2010

SEATTLE – Apple Inc. said Monday that it delivered more than 300,000 iPads on its opening day, meeting expectations of some analysts while underscoring the challenges the company still faces marketing the device beyond early adopters. The total seemed modest given the weeks of hype about the revolutionary...

Apple iPad: The Next Step in Technology

Lindsay Lynch

February 3, 2010

Really Apple, what will you come out with next? It’s almost impossible to think ahead as to what else Apple could create for us. Years ago, computers were nothing like they are today. The days when dial-up was the only way to get internet and when downloading pictures or songs could take days ar...

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