iPad and iPhone Tips and Tricks: (covers iOS7 for iPad Air, iPad 3rd/4th generation, iPad 2, and iPad mini, iPhone 5S, 5/5C & 4/4S) [NOOK Book]

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iPad® and iPhone® Tips and Tricks

Covers iPad Air, iPad 3rd/4th generation, iPad 2, iPad mini, iPhone 5S, 5/5C and 4/4S running iOS 7

Easily Unlock the Power of Your iPad, iPad mini, or iPhone

Discover hundreds of tips and tricks you can use right away with your iPad, iPad mini, or iPhone
to maximize its functionality. Learn to use your iOS ...

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iPad and iPhone Tips and Tricks: (covers iOS7 for iPad Air, iPad 3rd/4th generation, iPad 2, and iPad mini, iPhone 5S, 5/5C & 4/4S)

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Overview

iPad® and iPhone® Tips and Tricks

Covers iPad Air, iPad 3rd/4th generation, iPad 2, iPad mini, iPhone 5S, 5/5C and 4/4S running iOS 7

Easily Unlock the Power of Your iPad, iPad mini, or iPhone

Discover hundreds of tips and tricks you can use right away with your iPad, iPad mini, or iPhone
to maximize its functionality. Learn to use your iOS 7 mobile device as a powerful communication, organization, and productivity tool, as well as a feature-packed entertainment device.

In addition to learning all about the apps that come preinstalled on your iPad or iPhone, you will learn about some of the best third-party apps currently available, plus discover useful strategies for how to
best utilize them in your personal and professional life.

Using an easy-to-understand, nontechnical approach, this book is ideal for beginners and more experienced iPad, iPad mini, or iPhone users who want to discover how to use the iOS 7 operating
system with iCloud, and the latest versions of popular apps. If you’re using an iPad running iOS 7, this book is an indispensable tool!

Here’s just a sampling of what the tips, tricks, and strategies offered in this book will help you accomplish:

• Discover how to take full advantage of powerful iOS 7 features, such as Control Center and AirDrop.

• Create and maintain a reliable backup of your iOS 7 device.

• Learn secrets for using preinstalled apps, such as Contacts, Calendars, Reminders, Maps, Notes, Safari, Mail, and Music.

• Find, download, and install the most powerful and versatile apps and content for your iPad, iPad mini, or iPhone.

• Synchronize files, documents, data, photos, and content with iCloud, your computer, or other iOS mobile devices.

• Learn how to interact with your tablet or phone using your voice with Siri and the Dictation feature.

• Discover how to take visually impressive photos using the cameras built in to your iPad, iPad mini, or iPhone, and then share them using iCloud Shared Photo Streams, Facebook, Twitter, email, or other methods.

• Use your iOS mobile device as an eBook reader, portable gaming machine, and feature-packed music and video player.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780133553994
  • Publisher: Pearson Education
  • Publication date: 11/22/2013
  • Series: Tips and Tricks
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 432
  • Sales rank: 583,506
  • File size: 48 MB
  • Note: This product may take a few minutes to download.

Meet the Author

Jason R. Rich (JasonRich.com) is the bestselling author of more than 55 books, as well as a frequent contributor to a handful of major daily newspapers, national magazines, and popular websites. He also is an accomplished photographer and an avid Apple iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, and Mac user.

Jason R. Rich is the author of the books Your iPad at Work, Fourth Edition, as well as OS X Mountain Lion Tips and Tricks, both published by Que Publishing. He has also written How To Do Everything MacBook Air, How To Do Everything iCloud, Second Edition, and How To Do Everything iPhone 5 for McGraw-Hill, and Ultimate Guide to YouTube For Business for Entrepreneur Press.

More than 150 feature-length how-to articles by Jason R. Rich, covering the Apple iPhone and iPad, can be read free online at the Que Publishing website. Visit iOSArticles.com and click on the Articles tab. You can also follow Jason on Twitter (@JasonRich7) or read his blog, called Jason Rich’s Featured App Of The Week, to learn about new and useful iPhone and iPad apps (FeaturedAppOfTheWeek.com).

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Table of Contents

Introduction

Chapter 1 Tips and Tricks for Customizing Settings

Using the Settings App

Main Options Available from the Settings App

Control Center Gives You Quick Access to Popular Features and Functions

Organize Apps on Your Home Screen with Folders

Moving App Icons Around on the Home Screen

Add Frequently Used Web Page Icons to Your Home Screen

Discover What’s Now Possible from the Lock Screen

Manage Your Customized Notification Center Screen

Chapter 2 Using Siri, Dictation, and iOS In Your Car to Interact with Your Mobile Device

What You Should know Before Using Siri

Ways to Activate Siri

Setting Up Siri to Work on Your iPhone or iPad

Check Out How Siri Can Help You

Find, Display, or Use Information Related to Your Contacts

Initiate a Call

Find Your Friends

Set Up Reminders and To-Do Items

Read or Send Text Messages

Check the Weather or Your Investments

Find Information on the Web or Get Answers to Questions

Schedule and Manage Meetings and Events

Send Email and Access New (Incoming) Email

Set an Alarm or Timer

Get Directions Using the Maps App

Control the Music App

Forget Sticky Notes–Dictate Notes to Yourself

Siri Knows All About Sports and Movies Too

Practice (with Siri) Makes Perfect

Use Dictation Mode Instead of the Virtual Keyboard

Connect or Link Your iPhone To Your Car to Use The iOS In The Car Feature

Chapter 3 Strategies for Finding, Buying, and Using Third-Party Apps

App Store Basics

How New Apps Install Themselves

Free or Purchased?

Restoring or Reinstalling Apps You’ve Already Downloaded

Where to Find Apps, Music, and More

Everything You Need to Know About Apps

Compatibility: Does the App Run on Multiple Devices?

Quick Guide to App Pricing

How to Shop with the App Store App

Quick Tips for Finding Apps Relevant to You

Keep Your Apps Up to Date with the Latest Versions

Chapter 4 Sync, Share, and Print Files Using iCloud, AirDrop, AirPlay, and AirPrint

Content Saved to iCloud Is Available Anywhere

Access Your Purchased iTunes Store Content from Any Device

Use iCloud to Sync Your Apps, Data, Documents, and Files

Customizing iCloud to Work with Your Apps

Access Your App-Specific Data Online at iCloud.com

Automatically Transfer Documents Using iCloud

Create a Photo Stream Using iCloud

Using a Unique Apple ID for iCloud

Backing Up with iCloud

iTunes Sync Is Also a Viable Backup Option

iCloud: Many Uses, One Storage Space

Share Data with Other Nearby iPhone and iPad Users via AirDrop

Stream Content from Your iPhone or iPad to Other Compatible Devices Using AirPlay

Print Files Wirelessly Using an Airprint-Compatible Printer

Chapter 5 Organize Your Life with Reminders and Notes

Use Reminders to Manage Your To-Do Lists

Keep Up to Date with Reminders

How to Delete an Entire To-Do List

Perform Basic Text Editing and Note Taking with the Notes App

Chapter 6 Navigating with the Maps App

Get the Most from Using the Maps App’s Features

Overview of the Maps App’s Screen

The Maps App’s Info Screen

Obtain Turn-By-Turn Directions Between Two Locations

Look Up Contact Entries, Businesses, Restaurants, Landmarks, and Points of Interest

Use the Interactive Location Screens to Find More Information

The Maps App’s Flyover View

Chapter 7 Make the Most of Online Social Networking Apps

Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, and Vimeo Integration Is Built in to iOS 7

Manage Your Facebook Account Using the Official Facebook App

Participate in Chats Using the Facebook App

Read Your News Feed Using the Facebook App

Manage Your Twitter Account(s) Using the Official Twitter App

Discover the Official Apps for Other Popular Online Social Networking Services

The YouTube App

The Vine App

The Instagram App

The LinkedIn App

Become a Blogger and Start Blogging From Your iPhone or iPad

Chapter 8 Shoot, Edit, and Share Photos and Videos

Methods for Loading Digital Images into Your iPhone or iPad

The Redesigned Camera App

How to Snap a Photo

How to Shoot a Panoramic Photo (iPhone Only)

How to Shoot Video

Tips for Shooting Eye-Catching Photos

How to Use the Rule of Thirds when Shooting

Using the Photos App to View, Edit, Enhance, Print, and Share Photos and Videos

View an Image in Full-Screen Mode

Editing Photos and Videos

Printing Photos

Sharing Photos and Videos

Deleting Photos Stored on Your iOS Device

Edit Your Photos with Third-Party Photography Apps

Create and Manage a Photo Stream via iCloud

Create and Manage a Shared Photo Stream via iCloud

Chapter 9 Make and Receive Calls with an iPhone

Answering an Incoming Call

Managing the Do Not Disturb Feature

Manage Calls in Progress from the Call In Progress Screen

Respond to a Call Waiting Signal while on the Phone

Making Calls from Your iPhone

Manual Dialing

Dialing from a Contacts Entry in the Phone App

Use Siri to Initiate Calls

Initiating a Conference Call

Managing Your Voicemail

Record Your Outgoing Message

How to Play and Delete Voicemail Messages

Create and Use a Favorites List

Accessing Your Recents Call Log

Do You Talk too Much? Keeping Track of Usage

Customizing Ringtones

Custom Ringtones for Specific Contacts

A Few Thoughts About Wireless Headsets

Chapter 10 Video Phone Call Strategies Using FaceTime

How to Use FaceTime for Video Phone Calls

Launch FaceTime on Your iPhone

Launch FaceTime on your iPad

Create a FaceTime Favorites List

Use FaceTime’s Automatic Recents List

Choose a Contact from Your Contacts Database

How to Initiate a FaceTime Call

Participating in a FaceTime Call

Answering an Incoming FaceTime Call

FaceTime Quick Tips

Use Skype to Make and Receive Voice and/or Video Calls via the Internet

Chapter 11 Send and Receive Emails, Text, and Instant Messages with the Mail and Messages Apps

How to Add Email Accounts to the Mail App

How to Customize Mail Options from Settings

Tips for Viewing Your Incoming Email

Composing an Email Message

Insert a Photo or Video into Your Outgoing Email

Using Select, Select All, Cut, Copy, and Paste

How to Save an Unsent Draft of an Email Message

Tips for Reading Email

The Mail App’s Inbox

Communicate Effectively with Apple’s iMessage Service

Quick Start: Apple’s iMessage Service

Set Up a Free iMessage Account

Pros and Cons of Using iMessage

Tips and Tricks for Using the Messages App

Create and Send a Text Message

Participating in a Text-Message Conversation

Responding to an Incoming Message

Relaunch or Review Past Conversations

Customize the Messages App

Chapter 12 Surf the Web More Efficiently Using Safari

Customize Your Web Surfing Experience

How to Use Tabbed Browsing with Safari

Switching Between Web Pages on an iPhone

Tabbed Browsing on the iPad

Take Advantage of the iCloud Tabs Feature of Safari

Remove Screen Clutter with Safari Reader

Create and Manage Reading Lists

New Options for Sharing Web Content in Safari

Create, Manage, and Sync Safari Bookmarks

Sync Usernames and Passwords Using iCloud Keychain

Launch Your Favorite Websites Quickly with Home Screen Icons

Chapter 13 Calendar and Contact Management Strategies

Get Acquainted with the Calendar App

Sync App-Specific Data with Online-Based Apps

Controlling the View

How to Enter a New Event

Use Siri to Enter New Events into the Calendar App

Viewing Individual Appointment Details

Quickly Find Appointment or Event Details

Viewing One or More Color-Coded Calendars

Customizing the Calendar App

Adjusting Time Zone Support

Use Contacts to Keep in Touch with People You Know

The Contacts App Is Highly Customizable

The Contacts App Works Seamlessly with Other Apps

Who Do You Know? How to View Your Contacts

Meet someone new? Create a New Contacts Entry

How to Add a Photo to a Contacts Entry

Editing or Deleting an Entry

How to Link Contact Entries Together

Sharing Contact Entries

Chapter 14 Get Acquainted with the Music, Videos, and iTunes Store Apps

Tips for Using the Music App

Music App Controls On The iPhone

Create a Music App Playlist

Find Your Way Around the Now Playing Screen

Music App Controls on iPad

More Music App Features

Stream Music to Your iPhone or iPad Using iTunes Radio

Use the Videos App to Watch TV Shows, Movies, and More

Use the iTunes Store App to Acquire New Music, TV Shows, Movies, and More

Quickly Find TV Episodes You Want to Purchase on iTunes

Streaming Video on Your iOS Mobile Device

Watch ABC

HBO Go

Hulu Plus

Xfinity TV

Max Go

Netflix

YouTube

Chapter 15 Customize Your Reading Experience with iBooks and Newsstand

Customize iBooks settings

The iBooks Main Library Screen

Managing Your eBook Collection from the Library Screen

Browse and Shop for eBooks via iBookstore

Using the iBookstore Options

How to Find a Specific eBook–Fast

Learn About an eBook From Its Description

Purchasing an eBook

Using iCloud with iBooks

How to Reload a Previously Purchased eBook

iBookstore Quick Tips

Customize Your eBook Reading Experience Using iBooks

Read PDF Files with iBooks

Create Your Own eBooks Using Apple’s iBooks Author Software

Alternative Methods for Reading Your eBooks

Acquire Digital Editions of Newspapers and Magazines with the Newsstand App

Working with the Newsstand App

Reading Digital Publications

Managing Your Newspaper and Magazine Subscriptions

Appendix A Set Up Your New iPhone or iPad

Appendix B Take Advantage of the Passbook App and Discover Other Awesome Things Your iOS Device Can Do

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  • Posted February 2, 2014

    Just wanted a good iPad book for beginners.  The book is full of

    Just wanted a good iPad book for beginners.  The book is full of information but it is hard to find.  For example the touch screen symbols
    and their functions aren't referenced anywhere.  They're in the book, you just have to flip thru pages to find them.  Seems to be intended
    for readers already familiar with the "i" products.  Mixing the info for iPhones and iPads on the same pages didn't help either.  Should have
     looked for an IPad only book.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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