“Venerable iPad” helped to conduct the Royal wedding
19 may 2018 the wedding of Britain’s Prince Harry and American actress Meghan Markle. Part of the wedding ceremony was led by Bishop Michael Curry, he read the text from the screen of the iPad, reports Cult of Mac.
The priest did not have to scroll through the text during the service. Most likely, the iPad was a special application. For example, PromptSmart Pro recognizes your voice and automatically pulls up the text on the screen for later perusal. A Teleprompter allows you to set the speed at which the display will appear a new text.
Users of Twitter, who followed the ceremony, were very impressed by the fact that the Church began to apply modern technology. Perhaps that’s why Apple’s tablet won the epithet “Holy”:
As expected at weddings, the priest talked about love. He began his speech with a quote by Martin Luther king:
“We must discover the power of love, the redemptive power of love. And when we do, we will make this old world a new world, because love is the only way.”
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