Exploring iPad For Dummies
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Get to know the incredible iPad in a uniquely different Dummies format!
The iPad combines the best of your favorite gadgets into one amazing ultraportable touch device. And, thisone-of-a-kind For Dummies guide is your is your ticket for making the most out of your iPad or iPad 2. Thoroughly updated for the third-generation iPad, the new edition of this informative, full-color guide is packed with tidbits, full-color graphics, informative articles, and easy-to-follow step lists. Now that you have a new iPad, get to know it a little better with Exploring iPad For Dummies 2nd Edition.
- Includes coverage of the third-generation iPad, iPad 2, and the original iPad
- Helps you get connected, stay in touch with social media, text with iMessage, play slideshows or music, curl up with your favorite e-book, and find the latest and greatest apps for any interest
- Shows you how to get organized with calendars, contacts, and Reminders; take notes; locate where you are or where you're going with Maps; stream content; or go hands-free with Dictation
- Also covers video-chatting with FaceTime, recording HD videos, and capturing and editing photos on the incredible retina display
You’ve got the magic touch for all things iPad with Exploring iPad For Dummies 2nd Edition by your side.
each song’s volume to be the same as that of the other songs. You’re prompted to enter a 4-digit passcode, which someone must know in order to change this setting. Playing all songs at the same volume saves you from getting those surprise noise blasts or too-quiet songs, which can happen, for example, when shuffling. Playing Your Tunes Optimize sound 2 1 Tap EQ to select a new equalizer setting to optimize frequencies for your music. Go to the Settings app and tap Music from the
Twitter setup in the Settings app’s Twitter pane. If you’re a heavy tweeter and want to schedule tweets for future delivery, the free HootSuite app for the iPad makes it really easy. The big daddy of such enhanced Twitter services is, of course, TweetDeck, but it doesn’t have a capable iPad app. So even if you use TweetDeck on your computer, you’ll want HootSuite on your iPad. Joining FaceTime Video Conferences You can use the iPad’s cameras to participate in video conferences using the
iPad controls, such as for sounds, locking, date and time, keyboard, Wi-Fi syncing, side switch settings, restrictions on what apps can run and what services (for example, in-app purchasing) are permitted, networking (Wi-Fi and, for corporate access, VPN), and Bluetooth connectivity. Use the iCloud pane (in iOS 5) to set up backup and syncing of media, e-mail, contacts, and more via Apple’s iCloud service. Two other Settings app controls are worth pointing out: Brightness & Wallpaper, for
on the new iPad with the Martha Stewart Cookies app, which features 90 recipes, videos, baking tips, and more. ($4.99/£2.99) 140 Enjoy a retro space fantasy experience with Flight Control Rocket. ($0.99/£0.69) The popular fantasy combat epic continues in Infinity Blade II after the fall of the God King, and it brings you into mesmerizing 3D worlds as you move into the world of the Titans. ($6.99/£4.99) Become a virtual BMX pro and ride in stunning virtual locations throughout the world with
made with the iPad’s physical rocker switch to affect alerts and ringers, set the Change with Buttons switch to Off, so these tones are always audible. The second section lets you set the specific ringer sound (or disable the ringer) for several kinds of ringers: phone and calling apps (the Ringtone control), text messages (the Text Tone control), e-mails received, e-mails sent, tweets, calendar alerts, and reminder alerts. (These customizable ringers are new to iOS 5.) You can also turn off the