iPad For Seniors For Dummies
Versatile, portable, and lightweight, the iPad is an ideal device for today's seniors. This basic guide sports a senior-friendly larger font size and plenty of illustrations that make learning to use the iPad and iPad 2 easy. You'll first learn to set up your iPad, get familiar with the touchscreen interface, and explore accessibility features. Then you'll learn to browse the Internet with mobile Safari, use maps, set up and manage your e-mail, buy and read e-books, download and play music and movies, work with photos, make FaceTime video calls, and discover how to extend the iPad's capability even more with apps.
- Covers iPad and iPad 2
- With its ability to function as an e-reader, a music and movie player, a photo viewer, and a mini-computer, the iPad offers everything seniors need in a lightweight and portable device
- This senior-friendly book explains what to look for when shopping for an iPad, how to set one up, and how to use the touchscreen interface
- Covers accessing the Internet, using FaceTime for video chat, sending and receiving e-mail, buying and reading e-books, downloading music and movies, purchasing apps, taking and sharing photos, recording HD video, getting directions and using maps, and much more
- Provides safety and troubleshooting tips and advice on keeping your iPad happy
The iPad combines the best of your favorite gadgets into one amazing device—whatever you want your iPad to do, the fun starts with this book.
Title: iPad For Seniors For Dummies
Author: Nancy C. Muir
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