For the past few weeks in innovation lab, I've had sole job to complete; updating the school iPads. What seems like an easy task, is much harder than one might think. 30 iPads in one cart need to be updated with the latest apps for the History department. When the iPads are plugged into the cart, all of them can be plugged into the computer from one cable from the cart. Between loose cables connecting to the iPads, and the iTunes in need of updating for certain ones to connect, updating them has not been easy to do. When the iPads are plugged into the cart, all of them can be plugged into the computer from one cable coming from the cart. The iPad cables are very loose, but after multiple checks to make assure that they are all plugged in, they've been secured. Luckily, lights on the back allow me to see which individual iPads are connected. To make the situation more challenging, only about half of the iPads would actually load on the computer due to an outdated iTunes on the computer. About a week later, the MacBook used to update the iPads has come back to the Innovation Lab and is ready for updating. On top of it all, however, the iTunes account password used to update the iPads was lost! Countless password guessing went into retrieving the password, but after many attempts, the iPads are ready to be updated. As of now, we have one backup of a fully updated iPad that we can use to update the other iPads to the second they plug into the cart. As soon as the iPads are available for updating again next week, the innovation lab will finish the job!