Apple repair company in leeds confirms paradigm shift away from traditional desktop and laptop usage. Ross Taylor of iPad Repair Leeds, has indicated Apple’s iPad has begun to really take off as a direct replacement for the long suffering beige box. Leeds is currently the biggest consumer of Apple equipment outside of London.
Leeds, West Yorkshire -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/26/2013 -- Taylor says the advantages the iPad has over the PC are wide and varied. Chiefly there are no moving parts in the iPad making it much less susceptible to sustain damage when dropped. Its uniform and solid construction is testament to Apple’s engineering genius. The gorgeous glass front is made from strengthened glass that will generally survive even the harshest of environments.
Taylor says his company have repaired thousands of iPads the main fault being a fractured glass, this would indicate the glass on the iPad is a little flimsy – not so says Taylor who states the iPad glass will generally survive drops and knocks but it is less likely to remain unscathed should something heavy and pointed fall and impact the glass laterally, it is then much less likely to remain unblemished. A cracked screen usually results, as you would expect from something made of glass. Sudden, hard and particularly concentrated impacts on the screen will undoubtedly require a trip to a local repair shop.
This minor failing can be forgiven as the iPad can generally be picked up by people of all ages allowing them to access the internet safely and securely, something that is very lacking with a Microsoft based PC or Laptop.
The security aspect of the iPad is something that Apple thought about long and hard. They designed iOS to be secure from the ground up. Multiple layers of security exist, The ARM based CPU, Memory, Baseband and interconnects all communicate with one another using industry standard Public and Private key cryptography making accessing critical areas of memory virtually impossible without the Pass Lock.
The iPad is generally considered impervious to Virus’s and other forms of hacking, unsigned code does not run on the iPad without Apple authentication and signing with its private encryption key , the Key is currently conjectured to be buried inside a vault located miles under the Cupertino based companies headquarters. iOS is not an open source operating system so code auditors looking for exploitation methods are ultimately thwarted by the esoteric RISC based assembly instruction set which must be read line by line using debugging tools such as the GNU debugger.
Not only is this type of auditing prohibitively time consuming the CPU in the iPad was specifically designed to be incompatible with traditional JTAG based debugging. Frustrating auditors further is the ASLR feature implemented since version 4.3. Memory address space layout is now randomized which effectively kills integer based heap corruption vulnerabilities. This type of ring fencing has frustrated hackers to the point most won’t even attempt any form of remote unauthorised access on the iPad. iOS can also boast a form of proactive security in that any critical vulnerabilities that do crop up are quickly quashed with a software refresh through iTunes.
The iPad’s other advantages are its universal appeal, status and unrivalled screen resolution. The viewing angles capable on the iPad are thanks to the IPS panel technology resulting in a crisp and often reality defying clarity. Ross Taylor concludes Apples dedication to design, security and unrivalled ease of use will hold them in good stead as the iPad inevitably replaces the PC as the defacto standard for home computing.
Ross Taylor is keen to stress that while there are many companies offering to repair a broken iPad very few of these are up to task, iPad repair Leeds possesses a vast and sprawling repair facility allowing work to be carried out in a dust free hermetically sealed room. Its engineers have spent the last few years perfecting the repair process which is now considered peerless.
Should your device require an iPad repair in Leeds, these guy should be your first port of call.
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