Your First iPad For Seniors
Note: This is the color edition of "Your First iPad for Seniors." You got and iPad! Now how on Earth do you use the darn thing?! Do you really need a computer anymore? They're clunky and even laptops aren't as portable as they could be, and they don't have touchscreens. Yes, they're great for running power-hungry applica-tions, but what if you just use it for email, web searching, and organizing pictures? iPad's do all that and more. If you've used an iPad before, then the OS will be familiar to you, but there's a number of new things you should know about. If you've never used an iPad, then this book will help you navigate around the device in a way that's easy to understand and not so comprehensive that you feel overwhelmed. Some of the many topics covered include: What's new in iPadOS 13 Cosmetics of an iPad Multitasking Gestures that you should know Using Sidecar Using split screen Buying, updating, and removing apps Apple Services (Apple Music, iCloud, Apple Arcade, Apple TV+, Apple Card) Family sharing Using Siri Taking, editing, organizing and sharing photos Using pre-installed apps like Reminders, Maps, Notes, Calendar And much, much more! This book is based off of the iPad 10.2 (the one with a Home button--not the Pro models that have abandoned buttons); that doesn't mean it's not use-ful if your iPad doesn't have one, but some features will work slightly differently. Note: This book is based off of the book Your First iPad but includes extra information on accessibility. Ready to get started? Let's go!
|Titel||Your First iPad For Seniors|
|Auteur(s)||Scott , La Counte|
|Afmetingen||216mm x 140mm x 12mm|
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