Easy-to-follow, up-to-date advice on the new iPad and iPad Mini The over-50 crowd is keeping up with technology like never before and they're eager to learn what the new iPad has to offer them. If you fall into that category, then this book is for you! Featuring an accessible, full-color interior, this new edition gets you up and running on the latest software release and features of the iPad and iPad Mini, in addition to iOS 6. It also includes general information you won't want to miss no matter which iPad you have, such as how to set up and register your iPad, sync it with other devices, download apps from the App Store, play games or watch films, and much more. Gets you up to speed on the latest and greatest features you can enjoy with your new iPad, such as Facebook integration, updated Siri, shared photo streams, and more Walks you through the steps so you can start using your iPad for things you do every day, such as surfing the web, ordering groceries, organizing photos, and staying in touch with family and friends via email Reviews what you need to know to connect to the Internet, sync with other devices, play games or watch films, and more Packed with clear, easy-to-follow instructions and advice reinforced with lots of helpful illustrations, this approachable guide shows you how to make the iPad part of your everyday life.Description: The iPad completes this box automatically, but you can change it to something else by tapping it and typing your description. ... Password. Required. Description. My. Yahoo! Account. Figure 6.3 When youa#39;ve finished, tap the Next button in the top-right corner of the form. ... So if you use the calendar in Yahoo!, Windows Live Hotmail, or Gmail, it makes sense to synchronise it with your iPad soanbsp;...
|Title||:||iPad for the Older and Wiser|
|Author||:||Sean McManus, Rosemary Hattersley|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2013-02-01|