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by Bob LeVitus,Edward C. Baig


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Edward C. Baig is USA Today’s Personal Tech Columnist and makes regular appearances on radio and TV.

Edward C. Bob LeVitus, aka Dr. Mac, is one of the world’s leading authorities on all things Apple. Baig (Author), Bob LeVitus (Author)

Edward C. Baig (Author), Bob LeVitus (Author). ISBN-13: 978-1118352007. Have really gotten my money out of my very own "For Dummies" book-"iPad for Dummies"! Written and illustrated to a level that can be easily understood by users fron brand new to intermediate. Have turned to it over and over with simple and more complex questions. This is my second iPad and I did not have the assistance from this Dummies book. With my first iPad I felt I had a very nice but expensive card game. With the "iPad for Dummies" I have been able to fully use the device more to its potential. 19 people found this helpful.

The ideal companion for getting the most out of your iPad, updated and in full color! The possibilities that exist with Apple's amazing iPad are seemingly endless. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Edward C. Bob LeVitus (Author). ISBN-13: 978-1118723067.

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Brilliant, full-color guide to all things iPad - updated for iOS 6! Apple's amazing iPad continues to get better and better, and iOS 6 brings even more incredible features to the incredible iPad. If you want to get the very most out of your iPad, this is the book for you.

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iPad For Dummies Paperback – 17 January 2014

iPad For Dummies Paperback – 17 January 2014. by Edward C. Bob "Dr. Mac" LeVitus pens the popular "Dr. Mac" column for the Houston Chronicle and is the author of OS X(R) Mavericks For Dummies. Baig, Bob LeVitus. John Wiley & Sons, 15 нояб. Ed is also the author of Macs For Dummies. Bob LeVitus, aka "Dr. Mac," has written or cowritten more than 80 popular computer books

Edward C. Mac," has written or cowritten more than 80 popular computer books. Bob has penned the popular "Dr. Mac" column in the Houston Chronicle for more than 20 years.

The updated, full-color guide to Apple’s all-new iPad

It's ultra-thin, rich with functionality, packed with stunning graphics, and one of the hottest-selling devices on the planet. And if you want to get the very most from the latest iPad and iOS software, this is the book to have. Mac experts and veteran For Dummies authors Edward Baig and Bob "Dr. Mac" LeVitus walk you through the basics as you set up and explore the new iPad, master the multitouch interface, set up iTunes for your iPad, browse the web, find the latest apps in the App Store, synchronize with iCloud, play games, video chat, and yes, accessorize, accessorize, accessorize.

Covers the third-generation iPad, iPad 2, and original iPad Gets you up to speed on the basics, including the multitouch interface, setting up your e-mail account, getting connected, filling your iPad with amazing apps and cool content, and more Shows you how to turn your iPad into the ultimate gaming machine, take advantage of the retina display for a razor-sharp reading experience, watch and record HD movies, shoot and edit high-quality images with the iSight Camera, use FaceTime video calling, and so much more Includes tips on protecting your information, troubleshooting, connecting wirelessly, and using your iPad as a personal hotspot

From smart basics to some very savvy stuff, iPad For Dummies, 4th Edition will make you wonder how you ever lived without your iPad.


Comments: (7)

Kekinos
The title of this book is accurate... you're a dummy if you buy it. The authors must be paid by the word because there are lots and lots of unnecessary words in the text, including much superfluous bleating about how great the Ipad is. As far as concise instructions and explanations go, you'll have to look elsewhere for that. Just one of many examples: the Ipad is supposed to automatically connect to your WiFi router, and you don't need a book for that. If there are problems connecting, look on p. 270. It says you'll encounter a "bunch of nasty-sounding terms: DCHP, BootP..." etc etc etc. But instead of digging out the information and defining these nasty-sounding terms and telling the reader how to use them, the authors glibly inform us we'll "probably" never have to use this stuff, and if we do, summon a network administrator or techie friend. The whole book is that way. Save your money.
Folsa
I received a new iPad as a gift and was at first excited. I'm sure those proficient in 'Apple-ease' found it a smooth transition. I am not familiar with the Apple systems and this book takes it for granted that I spend 30% of my income keeping up with the newest version. The book was not helpful at all for me. You may hiss and boo but as a greenhorn I wasted my money on a usually good series of tutorial books. I need the 'dumbest dummies' version and am sorry for my tech-illiteracy but the title is misleading, to be brief. Why the company cannot produce a users' manual that is realistic and applicable to the task at hand; namely, a user's manual.
Tejora
This book made it possible to set up my IPad in a very short time, since I didn't buy it at an Apple store where they do that for you. It's dead-on with advice about apps, options, and things to avoid doing that can get a novice "stuck", since the IPad isn't as user-friendly as advertised. Like many of the other "Dummies" books like the one for Windows 7 and IPods, it's essential for ordinary people who aren't particularly adept at technology.
Globus
This is the perfect companion to your iPad if you've never had one. It goes over all features, and plainly explains how to use them, as well as providing tips and suggestions of possible uses for the apps. I bought y iPad basically to have internet when I travel, but knew it had to do more than just that for the cost. This book really lets you know how many useful features and uses your iPad has.
Kirinaya
I bought this book for my mother who is 76 and had just gotten an ipad. It's written in easy to understand verbiage for someone who isn't as up-to-date on all the new electronic "toys" out there. I liked that it had pictures of the buttons it references which made it much easier to follow than the iPad user's manual (no surprise there!). Also, the book itself isn't a huge tome which makes it easier to pick up and read - a good thing for someone with limited body strength. All in all, I am extremely happy with this purchase.......more important my mother said it was great and she'll definitely use it!
MrCat
As a previous reviewer wrote when I was deciding whether to purchase this book, the first chapters are very elementary and basic. Anyone who has used an iPad or computer will not need that information. There are many tips that are helpful, though and since my iPad did not come with an instruction manual, I have learned a great deal from purchasing and reading this book.
Reggy
Have really gotten my money out of my very own "For Dummies" book-"iPad for Dummies"! Written and illustrated to a level that can be easily understood by users fron brand new to intermediate. Have turned to it over and over with simple and more complex questions. This is my second iPad and I did not have the assistance from this Dummies book. With my first iPad I felt I had a very nice but expensive card game. With the "iPad for Dummies" I have been able to fully use the device more to its potential.
The baby boomers didn't have computers when they were children. But their children had the beginning of the computer craze, and their grandchildren now have iPads. In order to be able to use iPads with grandchildren, the grandparents need a guide to interpret this what to them is like a foreign language. iPad for Seniors is just the right book for us older folk, me included. It is in large print for easier reading. It starts off with introducing you to iPad features, especially using the Home screen. Then it shows you how to connect to the Internet, email your Grandkids, shop for media and apps. It shows you how to make video calls and instant message. Soon what seems impossible is now fun: the Newsstand app has your favorite magazines, and you can hear music (the sound can be turned higher for the hearing impaired), see videos, get apps you like. And the iPad will help you stay organized with its reminders & notifications. There are maps, iBooks, how to use iCloud help, even troubleshooting tips. I think the best is the "let your iPad find itself" for people, like me, who misplace items. Grandmas & grandpas, this is the iPad "life alert" book.
iPad For Dummies download epub
Hardware & DIY
Author: Bob LeVitus,Edward C. Baig
ISBN: 1118352009
Category: Computers & Technology
Subcategory: Hardware & DIY
Language: English
Publisher: For Dummies; 4 edition (May 8, 2012)
Pages: 368 pages