Sams Teach Yourself iPad 2 in 10 Minutes (covers iOS5)
By working through the 10-minute lessons featured in this book, readers learn everything they need to know to quickly and easily use the iPad 2. Step-by-step instructions walk readers through the most common questions, issues and tasks.
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|Library of Congress
||Portable computers, Pocket computers, IPad (Computer), Tablet computers
||Computing: Consumer Books ('Technical Trade')
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Sams Teach Yourself iPad 2 in 10 Minutes offers straightforward, practical answers for fast results. By working through the 10-minute lessons, readers learn everything they need to know to quickly and easily get up to speed on the newest version of the iPad 2. Step-by-step instructions walk readers through the most common questions, issues, and tasks... Did You Know? tips offer insider advice and shortcuts... Watch Out! alerts help them avoid problems. This book will provide beginner and experienced users alike with fast at a glance tips pointing out helpful shortcuts and solutions, cautions to help avoid common iPad 2 pitfalls, and is written in a clear, easy to understand format. Sams Teach Yourself iPad 2 in 10 Minutes, 3/e, covers iOS 5, the most recent release of the iPad operating system, and the new iCloud environment. In this book you will learn about new and existing features including: Using the front and rear camera with FaceTime and PhotoBooth, as well as for taking still photos and recording video. Hooking up to external devices such as a camera, a presentation screen, TV or HDTV. Using iTunes to buy and synchronize multimedia music, videos, movies, documents and more between the computer and the iPad Managing settings for the iPad and its apps Using Safari to access the Web Using iPhone email and Gmail
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James Floyd Kelly is a technology writer from Atlanta, Georgia. James received a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from the University of West Florida and a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Engineering from Florida State University. James has written on numerous technology subjects. He has written books that teach readers how to build CNC machines and 3D printers as well as LEGO robots, and he's written on subjects as diverse as Mint.com (a financial online tool), Open Source software, and the Motorola Xoom tablet. James' first computer was the original Apple Macintosh (1984), but since then he's mainly been swimming in the waters of Microsoft Windows. But his purchase of the first iPad, followed recently by a purchase of the iPad 2 and then a new Macbook Air, have given him a new outlook on his work life. James lives with his wife, Ashley, and two sons, and he tries to learn something new every day.