Holy iPad & # 39; plays an important role in the royal wedding

It would be going too far to say that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle would not be married today if it was for an iPad. But e of the tablets of Apple had an important role to play in the royal wedding.

Bishop Michael Curry delivered a serm midway through the ceremy. The good prelate read notes posted his trusty iPad during his speech.

He clearly used an applicati that scrolled the text for him because he did not need to ctinue scanning. There are several in the App Store, such as PromptSmart Pro that uses speech recogniti to automatically match the displayed text to what the user says. Others, like Teleprompter, allow the user to set a speed at which the text scrolls.

No matter which Yanks who did not get up before dawn to watch the royal wedding can hear Curry's speech below:

19659006] People around the world were watching the royal wedding, and there were even some comments about "the iPad Saint" Twitter.

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Graphic: Ed Hardy / Worship of Mac

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The most revered Cure is 65 years old. He is the first African-American to serve as bishop president of the Episcopal Church.

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