The tablet computer — the most popular of which is the iPad — has taken the modern world by storm. There is no excessively complex learning curve, the device is on and usable immediately after pressing the power switch, and it doesn’t have any weird writing implements (stylus?) that you can lose which then makes the device pretty much useless. You use your fingers with modern tablets since they have those marvelous touch-screens…like our smartphones. The interesting thing is that a tablet will respond to the touch of any finger — or appendage — that fulfills the activation requirements of its screen by changing the display. As long as being using the tablet can understand that touching in a certain place on the glass will actually do something, the device can allow an expansion of the visual horizon otherwise not possible.

While Jacobs and other trainers have developed strong relationships with the…

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