A handy guide for any Senior new to the iPad – get up and running quickly! Presented in larger type for easier reading
Covers all models with iPadOS 17
This bestselling guide, iPad for Seniors in easy steps, 13th edition, is updated to cover iPadOS 17. Written in larger type, it’ll help senior folks learn how to use and enjoy myriad iPad features with ease, including:
Choosing the right model for you.
Mastering multitasking gestures.
Customizing the iPad for your needs.
Using your iPad to keep in touch with family and friends.
Making video calls and sending messages for free.
Taking, editing, and sharing photos.
Finding online recipes and meal plans.
Taking a virtual tour of your favorite art galleries and museums.
Planning and booking trips.
The book covers the latest features of iPadOS 17, so you know you will be completely up to date and can make the most of your iPad. These include:
Customizing the Lock screen. This provides numerous design options for customizing the Lock screen. This can include customizing the background, creating your own text styles, and adding various widgets.
Messages app Plus button. This is a feature that provides greater functionality to the Messages app and enables you to access a range of features and content. These include: sharing your current location, sending a voice note with a transcription, and creating your own customized stickers that can be added to messages and in other compatible apps.
Health app. For the first time, Apple’s popular and powerful Health app is included on the iPad, providing access to a considerable range of health and wellbeing data and information. The app can also be synchronized with an iPhone and an Apple Watch.
Written in large type, in full color, and using non-technical language, iPad for Seniors in easy steps 13th edition will help you get much more out of your iPad – so you don’t have to ask the kids!
About the author
Nick Vandome is an IT writer and trainer who specialises in digital imaging and web authoring subjects. In addition to his writing, he also works designing websites and runs training courses. Before he started working with computers he wrote books about working and travelling abroad.