This comprehensive book shows you how to get the most out of an iPad with iOS 10. This book teaches you how to surf the Internet, write emails and jot down notes. The iPad's built-in apps (applications) are also discussed. These apps allow you to listen to music, take pictures and make video calls. The book also shows you how to use the App Store, to download other applications free of charge or for a small fee. Each chapter of this book is broken down into small, concise, step-by-step instructions that can be followed at your own pace. With large-print type and an extensive index, this is the best resource for getting acquainted with your iPad with iOS 10. Learn how to: Navigate the screens | Connect to a Wi-Fi or 3/4G network | Surf the Internet and use email | Use built-in applications | Download apps | Work with photos, video and music | Use Facebook, Twitter and Skype Suitable for all iPads with iOS 10.
Author: Studio Visual Steps
Publisher: Visual Steps B V
Release Date: 2012-01-16
Provides instructions for seniors on how to use the iPad and iPad 2, including such topics as connecting to Wi-Fi or 3G, using built-in applications, downloading apps from the App Store, browsing the Web, taking pictures, and busing music.
Browse the Internet, use email, take photos and videos and listen to music. The user-friendly iPhone has besides calling and texting many other capabilities. This handy and efficient guide with clear and concise screenshots, will teach readers step by step how to work with the elegant, yet powerful smartphone from Apple. Some experience with another type of smartphone or tablet is preferred, but most of the well-known and popular apps such as Mail, Safari, Phone, Camera and Music are thoroughly discussed. The book also focuses on how to make changes to the wide variety of settings on the iPhone and other useful subjects such as creating a backup of the iPhone (backup) and working with iCloud. Topics include: calling and texting - surfing the Internet - using email - downloading and managing apps - working with various apps - taking pictures and videos - listening to music - various settings - working with iCloud - backup and restore Suitable for all iPhones with iOS 10
The latest book on iPad basics in the popular Computer Books for Seniors series, with more than 300,000 copies sold This comprehensive and invaluable book shows readers how to get the most out of an iPad with iOS 9 or higher. The iPad is a user-friendly, portable multimedia device with endless capabilities and this book users how to surf the Internet, write e-mails, jot down notes, and maintain a calendar. The iPad's built-in apps applications are also discussed, including listening to music, taking pictures, and make video calls. In addition, this guidebook shows readers how to use the App Store, where additional apps can be downloaded free of charge or for a small cost. Other topics discussed include navigating screens; connecting to a Wi-Fi or 3/4G network; and using Facebook, Twitter, and Skype. Each chapter of this book is broken down into small, concise, step-by-step instructions that can be followed at any own pace. With large-print type and an extensive index, this is the best resource for anyone who wants to get to know their iPad.
Author: Michael Miller
Release Date: 2016-11-14
Covers iOS 10 for all models of iPad Air, iPad Mini, iPad Pro, and iPad 4th generation My iPad for Seniors, 4th Edition, is a comprehensive guide to using all of Apple's iPad models. It includes everything from basic setup information to finding and installing new apps to using the iPad for communication, entertainment, and productivity. The information presented in this book is targeted at users aged 50 and up; whenever possible, one best way for any given task is presented, and instructions are simplified with older users in mind. In addition, much content specific for people 50+ is included. Step-by-step instructions for the tasks you care about most Large, full-color, close-up photos show you exactly what to do Common-sense help whenever you run into problems Tips and notes to help you get the most from your iPad Learn how to: Connect your iPad to the Internet via Wi-Fi Personalize the way your iPad looks and works Make your iPad easier to use if you have trouble seeing or tapping the screen Make the data on your iPad more secure with fingerprint login Control frequently used settings with your iPad's Control Center Browse and search the Internet with Safari Use Siri's voice commands to control your iPad and find useful information Find fun and useful apps and games in Apple's App Store Communicate with friends and family via email, text messaging, and FaceTime video chats Shoot, share, and view photos and videos Listen to music and watch movies and TV shows over the Internet Share music and videos with other devices via AirDrop and AirPlay Use iCloud to store and share your photos and other important data online Discover the most popular health, travel, and productivity apps Troubleshoot common iPad problems
Author: Jesse Feiler
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Release Date: 2016-12-27
Break out your reading glasses'iPad instructions for seniors are here Why should the kids have all the fun? If you're ready to catch up on the latest technology, getting an iPad is a great first step. They're immensely popular tablets, and you're about to discover why! Using a larger font for both the text and its full-color figures, iPad For Seniors For Dummies makes it faster and easier to keep connected in your golden years. With this book to guide you, you'll soon be using your iPad to instantly stay in touch with loved ones, share family photos, surf the web, keep up with social media, stay on schedule with your Calendar, keep electronic grocery lists handy, and so much more. Navigate the screen and the built-in apps Use email, messaging, and FaceTime to stay in touch with family and friends Capture your memories with the camera Read newspapers and books, watch TV and movies, and keep sharp with fun games So, now it's time to 'wow' your friends'and even your grandkids'by showing them you're hip to the latest technology trends.
Author: Nick Vandome
Publisher: In Easy Steps
Release Date: 2016-10-21
The iPad is a tablet computer that is stylish, versatile and easy to use, and now is one of the most popular tablets used by all ages. The range of models has been expanded over the years so that there are now different sizes to cover all mobile computing requirements. iPad for Seniors in easy steps, 6th edition, gives you all the essential information you need to know to make the most out of your iPad: Choose the right model for you Navigate around with Multi-Touch gestures Master Settings and apps to stay organized Find, download and explore exciting apps Use your iPad to make travelling stress-free Email, share photos and video chat for free Access and share your music, books and videos Locate family members and stay in touch Access your documents from anywhere iPad for Seniors in easy steps, 6th edition, is updated to cover the latest operating system, iOS 10. A handy guide for any Senior new to the iPad, covering iOS 10, presented in larger type for easier reading. For all iPads with iOS 10, including iPad Mini and iPad Pro.
Author: Scott La Counte
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Release Date: 2016-09-18
For years, people have said tablets might one day replace notebook computers; for most people, the tablet was a nice casual device, but not something that made them ditch their notebook entirely. The iPad might just change people's view. This book will show you how it's different from other tablets (and what's the same), teach you all the basics, show you how to get more from the device (and how to use accessories like the Apple Pencil and the Smart Keyboard), and help you pick apps that take advantage of the larger screen size. This book is newly updated to cover iOS 10 (Apple's latest iPad operating system). If you want to do more with the iPad, then read on!
Author: Gary Rosenzweig
Publisher: Que Publishing
Release Date: 2014-11-10
Covers iOS 8 for all models of iPad Air and iPad mini, 3rd & 4th Generation iPads, and iPad 2 Based on the best-selling My iPad book, My iPad for Seniors helps you quickly get started with your new tablet, and use its features to look up information and perform day-to-day activities from anywhere, any time. Step-by-step instructions for the tasks you care about most Large, full-color, close-up photos show you exactly what to do Common-sense help whenever you run into problems Tips and notes to help you do even more Written for seniors, the full-color, step-by-step tasks—in legible print—walk you through getting and keeping your iPad working just the way you want. Learn how to: • Connect your iPad to your Wi-Fi and your mobile carrier • Learn how to use the on-screen keyboard, predictive text, and dictation • Secure your iPad using Touch ID, passcodes, and other security measures • Use Control Center to control frequently used settings • Use Siri to control your iPad or get information by speaking commands • Use iCloud to keep everything current between all your iOS devices (even your Mac), including music, photos, emails, and more • Surf the Web, and send and receive email • Download and install apps to make your iPad even more useful • Record and edit video using iMovie for iPad • Take photos, and then edit them using iPhoto for iPad • Use AirDrop to share files and information with other iOS devices nearby • Manage your contacts, and then connect with others using Messaging • Use FaceTime and Skype to stay connected with friends and family • Use Pages, Numbers, and Keynote to create documents and presentations • Discover some of the most useful and entertaining apps
Author: Nancy Muir
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Release Date: 2012-11-20
Provides information for seniors on how to use the phone to make and receive calls, use Siri, browse the Internet with Safari, shop the iTunes store, play music, use social networking sites, and read books.
Need help with your iPad Air 2 and iOS 8? The iPad Air 2 and iOS 8 introduced many features not seen in previous iPads, such as interactive notifications and predictive typing. The Guide to the iPad Air 2 organizes the wealth of knowledge about the sixth generation iPad into one place, where it can be easily accessed and navigated for quick reference. This guide comes with countless screenshots, which complement the step-by-step instructions and help you to realize the iPad's full potential. The Guide to the iPad Air 2 provides useful information, such as tips and tricks, hidden features, and troubleshooting advice. This guide discusses recent known issues, and solutions that may be currently available. This information is constantly revised for a complete, up-to-date manual. Help is here! Some of the topics covered in this guide include: - Installing a SIM Card (4G iPads Only) - Setting Up the iPad for the First Time - Using Wi-Fi - Using the Control Center to Quickly Adjust the Settings - Adding and Editing Contacts - Using iMessage to Send a Text Message - Adding a Voice Message to a Text Conversation - Surfing the Web - Viewing Recently Closed Tabs - List of iPad-Friendly Websites - Taking and Editing Pictures and Videos - Recovering Deleted Photos - Using iTunes on the iPad - Playing Music and Videos - Setting Up the Email Application - Composing, Reading, and Replying to Emails - Using Siri - Turning Bluetooth On or Off - Customizing Notification and Alert Sounds - Adding an International Keyboards - Assigning a Passcode Lock or Fingerprint Lock - Managing Vision and Hearing Accessibility Features - Maximizing Battery Life - Taking a Picture from the Lock Screen - Controlling Web Surfing Using Gestures - Pausing or Cancelling an Application Download ...and much more!
Author: Jesse Feiler
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Release Date: 2016-12-15
Break out your reading glasses—iPad instructions for seniors are here Why should the kids have all the fun? If you're ready to catch up on the latest technology, getting an iPad is a great first step. They're immensely popular tablets, and you're about to discover why! Using a larger font for both the text and its full-color figures, iPad For Seniors For Dummies makes it faster and easier to keep connected in your golden years. With this book to guide you, you'll soon be using your iPad to instantly stay in touch with loved ones, share family photos, surf the web, keep up with social media, stay on schedule with your Calendar, keep electronic grocery lists handy, and so much more. Navigate the screen and the built-in apps Use email, messaging, and FaceTime to stay in touch with family and friends Capture your memories with the camera Read newspapers and books, watch TV and movies, and keep sharp with fun games So, now it's time to 'wow' your friends—and even your grandkids—by showing them you're hip to the latest technology trends.