Protection pilot not updating
The i Pad remains one of the most stable computers available today, and is trusted daily by tens of thousands of pilots worldwide to serve as the primary source of aviation data in the cockpit.
The i Pad is not perfect though, and has some limitations that can cause issues if the proper precautions aren’t taken.
To do this, double tap the home button, and then slide the preview window of the app all the way up towards the top of the screen.
Now tap the home button twice to return to the home screen, and launch the app again.
If the i Pad does overheat and displays the temperature warning, move it quickly to a cooler location in the shade and near an air vent if available.
Removing any covers on the device will further allow additional airflow around the i Pad and help it cool down faster.
Another scenario where your i Pad can overheat is if you leave it in the airplane after parking on hot summer days.
Make it a habit to take the i Pad out of the airplane with you when stopping at the FBO so you’ll know it will be ready to go when it’s time to start back up.
To turn this feature off, go to Settings - Updates.Along the same lines, when it is time to update make sure to run your app at least once immediately after the update to verify it’s working normally and that all your charts and aviation data are still intact.If your app were to start acting erratically while in flight, or if things don’t seem right, your best bet is to close the app down completely and restart it.Bitdefender, a leading global cybersecurity technology company protecting 500 million users worldwide, today announced a collaboration with Microsoft Corp.to provide security for enterprises seeking additional threat protection for its...