Want to upgrade to iOS 5? We lay out which devices will run Apple's newest mobile OS, and how to download and install it. Once you've gotten the software on your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad, we'll walk you through its marquee features: Master new multitasking gestures on the iPad 2 and explore Notification Center; play with Apple's three new apps, Reminders, Messages, and Newsstand; learn about improvements to Safari, Mail, Camera, Photos, and Game Center; check out the smaller tweaks made to Maps, Calendar, Music, Videos, FaceTime, Weather, and Stocks; and discover what's been done under-the-hood in regards to Twitter integration, new typing tricks, AirPlay mirroring, and Accessibility.
If you're confused about Apple's new sync service, iCloud, never fear: Our iOS 5 Upgrade Guide also offers a rundown of the service and each of its features, as well as a step-by-step guide for setting it up on your device. And for those who wish to untether their iOS device from their computer, the guide explains how to take advantage of iOS 5's Wi-Fi Sync and eliminate cord-based backup and information transfer.
Total OS X Mavericks covers every inch of Apple’s new operating system: We provide an overview of all the features packed into OS X 10.9, then dive into what you need for a basic installation. From there, we offer in-depth descriptions of new features like iCloud Keychain, Finder Tabs, and Finder Tags, detail what to expect from new apps like iBooks and Maps and OS X's new multiple displays, and explain Apple’s under-the-hood changes in plain English.
There’s never been a better time to be a Mac user. And with Total OS X Mavericks to help you get acquainted with the Mac’s latest and greatest features, you’ll be on the fast track to more fun and greater productivity.
hands has revolutionized personal computing and introduced entirely new
ways of seeking, consuming and sharing content. iPad is also incredibly
intuitive – with a handful of buttons and a few gestures, you'll gain
access to a world of information, music, video, games, connectivity,
productivity and more. In other words, you're in for a tasty
If you're new to iDevices (iPhone, iPod,
iPad), or if you're new to mobile computing altogether, this guide will
help you get the most out of your new iPad and iOS 7. Even if you've
used older versions of iPad or iOS, you'll find plenty of new ways to
learn, work, play and share with your new iPad running iOS 7. We'll show
you how to set up and customize your iPad, use all of the preinstalled
apps like an expert, keep your iPad healthy and happy, and discover some
of the best free and nearly free third party apps available in the
Apple App Store. Along the way, we'll give you plenty of easy-to-follow
instructions, screenshots, tips and tricks that will have you tapping,
swiping, syncing and sharing like a pro in no time!
Get the most out of the faster, more streamlined iPad with help from this practical guide. How to Do Everything: iPad, Third Edition gets you started using all the revolutionary new features right away, such as the stunning Retina display, the 5-megapixel iSight camera, and the ultrafast 4G LTE wireless technology. Learn how to customize your iPad, access the Internet, use Mail and Safari, video chat with FaceTime, connect to social networks, and sync and back up your data. Download apps, music, movies, and more, take photos and video, use iCloud, and manage all of your content with ease.Configure, customize, sync, and back up your iPad Connect to Wi-Fi networks and access the web Set up Mail and integrate with other email accounts Install iBooks and download selections from the iBooks library Read newspapers and magazines and connect to social networks Download cool apps from the App Store and incorporate Game Center Use the Music app to create playlists and stream music over a network Download movies, TV shows, music, podcasts, and audiobooks from the iTunes Store Take great photos with the new 5-megapixel iSight camera Shoot video with HD video recorder Video chat using FaceTime Manage your contacts and schedule Navigate with Maps
This popular guide is updated to cover iOS 8 - the latest operating system. Learn how to:Optimize your settings so that your new device works exactly how you want it toKeep in touch using the iPad and have fun surfing the web, and exploring apps for photos, music, videos, games and readingUtilize your iPad for work: get organized, sync with your main computer, get the latest news, run presentations and write documentsExplore the new family sharing features and iCloud Drive to work from anywhereSpeak to Siri to do things - no need to type!
Packed with tips and shortcuts, this primer will help you make the most of your iPad in easy steps.
The iPhone doesn’t come with a handbook / user guide; this doesn’t mean that you have to buy someone else’s handbook! iPhone does have a handbook! There are three ways to get it:
1. Download it from the Apple iBookstore (it’s free)
2. Get it online by going to manuals.info.apple.com
3. Get it on your phone; if you go to your bookmarked pages on Safari, the last bookmark is for the ‘iPhone User Guide’.
So why do you need this book? This book was written for my parents; people who needed to know as much as possible, as quickly as possible. There are people who want to know every single little detail about the iPhone, and you will find that in Apple’s comprehensive manual. If you are like my parents though, new to the iPhone and just want to learn all the basics in about 30 to 60 minutes or an hour that is, then this guide will help you. People who just want to know how to add their contacts, how to take photos, and how to email.
It’s not for advanced users, though if you are upgrading from the previous Apple iOS (iOS 8) then you will most probably find it useful.
If you are ready to learn read on!