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.
We’ve broken things down into six major parts. Part 1: Meet Your iPhone will help you unpack the box, learn how to interact with your iPhone, and glide through the set up process. Part 2: Getting to Know Your iPhone will introduce you to the basic features and navigational system of the device. Part 3: Mastering Your Preinstalled Apps will walk you through the twenty preinstalled apps in detail to help you master what’s available right out of the box. Part 4: Making It Your Own guides you through customization and personalization. Part 5: Maintenance and Security will help you keep your iPhone healthy and safe. Finally, Part 6: Must-Have Apps for Your iPhone includes a list of 46 of our favorite apps – we hope you enjoy them as much as we do!
There’s a lot of information here, but don’t feel like you need to absorb it all at once. Think of this guide as a friendly support system for you as you learn to use and enjoy this incredible piece of consumer technology. If you’re new to iPhone or to iOS, start by reading through Parts 1 and 2. This should get you on your feet. Be sure to look at Part 5 to learn how to care for your new iPhone. You may want to use Parts 3, 4, and 6 as reference material. You can read them straight through from start to finish or just browse the table of contents for the information most helpful to you. These chapters will also be helpful for experienced users who want to get the most out of iPhone 6 and iOS 8.
Few devices are as painless to use as the iPhone – we hope you have fun and enjoy the journey. Now let’s get started!
The iPad is a fun, functional and powerful tablet computer, and iPad in easy steps is written to help you get started quickly with your new iPad. This popular guide is updated to cover the latest operating system, iOS 9. Learn how to:Change the settings so that your new device works exactly how you want it to.Stay up-to-date with the new News app and have fun surfing the web, exploring apps for photos, music, videos, games and reading.Utilize your iPad for work: get organized, sync with your main computer, run presentations and write documents.Use the iCloud Drive to work from any Apple computer or device, anywhere.Keep in touch with the family, and share apps, photos and more using Family Sharing.Speak to Siri to do things - no need to type
Packed with tips and shortcuts, this popular guide will help you make the most of your iPad, all in easy steps!
iPad for Seniors in easy steps is updated to cover the new iOS 8. Learn all the essentials you need to know:Choose the right model for youNavigate around with Multi-Touch gesturesMaster Settings and apps to stay organizedFind, download and explore exciting appsUse your iPad to make traveling stress-freeEmail, share photos and video chat for freeAccess and share your music, books and videosLocate family members and stay in touchAccess your documents from anywhere
A handy guide for any Senior new to the iPad, covering iOS 8, presented in larger type for easier reading.
You'll learn how to use your iPhone to connect to the Internet using a Wi-Fi or 3G network, shoot photos using the built-in camera, make FaceTime calls, sync files and content with iCloud, use the message and notification features, and search using Spotlight. Hundreds of full-color images illustrate every point along the way.
This practical, approachable guide by experienced iPhone guides Anton Ochsenkuhn and Michael Krimmer will quickly help you get the most out of your iPhone 4S with iOS 5!
Table of Contents:
Chapter 1: This Is the iPhone 4S
Chapter 2: How to Use iOS
Chapter 3: The iPhone as Message Center
Chapter 4: The Internet in Your Hands
Chapter 5: Entertainment with the iPhone
Chapter 6: Shopping in the Stores
Chapter 7: Address Book and Phone
Chapter 8 The iPhone Manages Your Events
Chapter 9: The iPhone as Camera
Chapter 10: The Other Apps of iOS 5
Chapter 11: The Most Important Settings of iOS 5
Chapter 12: iCloud
Chapter 13: Keeping the System Up-to-Date