Introduction to iPad
Marian Vincent BfS Networker for WA
Welcome! Our session will begin at 1pm AEST
While you wait... Test your audio. Look in the top left hand menu for Tools, t...
Features of Blackboard Collaborate
The top section is a Menu for various features
The Audio & Video section allows you to ...
So many ways to
communicate
• Click to ‘put up your hand’ to speak
• Click to ‘leave the room’ momentarily. This shows
tha...
Select the
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(See on
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Some Tablets have been around a long
timeThe most popular tablet is the Apple
iPad but there are many others:
Android
Noun : (in science fiction) A robot
with a human appearance
A linux based operating system
designed primarily for
...
iOS
iOS is Apple's mobile operating system
used for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch
devices.
iOS utilises a multi-touch interf...
How do tablets differ from a desktop PC or laptop
 Touch Screens
 Generally no keyboard or mouse
 A camera that takes p...
http://www.apple.com/au/ipad/compare/
POLL
A. iPad mini
B. iPad 2
C. iPad 3
D. iPad 4
E. Android or other Tablet
First iPad released 2010
iPad 2 added dual-facing cameras, a faster processor and
improved graphics
iPad 3 increased the r...
First things first
What’s in the Box?
 USB cable (for connecting to your computer
and the power adapter)
 USB power adap...
Setting up
Once it’s out the box you’ll need to set up your iPad:
 Firstly power it up
 At the first screen it will simp...
Help ….. I’m already confused!
We‘ll go back
to the basics
and discuss
some of the
jargon you
need to know
first of all.
Multi touch gestures
You use your finger to do things on the screen
 Tap to "click" or select something on the screen
 S...
Getting to know the interface
The iPad
comes with pre-
installed apps.
Apps are
applications
that make it
work.
This view
...
Introduction to Apps
Apps are programs that are designed to run on your
device
They can be fun or serious
They can be a...
What’s an Apple ID?
 If you've already turned on your iPad, you know that it's part of
the setup process – but you can ad...
Create an Apple ID / Account
Tap Create Apple ID Select
country and accept terms and
conditions.
Select Billing type and e...
Verify Account details for Apple ID
Tap Sign In and you will see a
thankyou screen saying:
Thankyou for verifying your ema...
Using the App Store
The App Store gives you access to over 250,000 apps
You'll find everything from games, to entertainmen...
Some good free apps:
Using the keyboard
As soon as you tap into a text box
the keyboard will appear
Introduction to Settings
To Turn Wi-Fi On or Off
 Tap the Settings icon on your Home screen.
 Tap Wi-Fi in the left pane.
 Next to Wi-Fi, tap th...
What else can you do in settings?
 Set a passcode – Passcode lock and ipad cover
lock
require a 4 digit passcode
 Import...
To Set a Passcode
 Tap the Settings icon on
your Home screen.
 Tap General in the left pane.
 Next to Passcode Lock, ta...
Setting up email on the iPad
Mail is probably one of the first apps you'll want to set up
on your device, and the mail app...
To Set Up Mail
General Settings
Email account
Gives you a choice
to select email service
Follow the
instructions to enter
...
More communication apps
 Make free video calls using Facetime. It‘s similar to
Skype.
 Try the front and back camera. Yo...
Twitter and Facebook
Twitter and Facebook
have their own mobile
apps for the iPad,
iPhone, and iPod
Touch. You don't even
...
Apps for everyday Tasks
• Safari for browsing the web
• Calendar for managing your schedule
• Reminders for staying on top...
Safari
Share the sites
If you‘re on a web
page you find
interesting and
want to share it,
you can.
One tap opens a
menu th...
Multi-Touch Zoom for Safari
Sometimes it can be difficult to read webpages in
the mobile version of Safari.
1. Double-tap ...
Maps
Feeling lost?
Maps can help you find your way with
simple turn-by-turn directions, and
live traffic updates.
Location...
Weather
Use the Weather app to check the
weather in your city.
It can be set to your current
location instead (this can be...
Clock
The Clock can be customized to
show you the time in different
parts of the world.
It also has an alarm, stopwatch,
a...
Camera and Photos
 You can take photos and videos with your
iPad.
 It's designed to work closely with the
Photos app, wh...
Zooming in and out
To zoom in or out in the Camera
app, use the pinch gesture. This
option is great for taking close-up
ph...
Getting to know Photos
When you take a
photo it automatically
gets saved in Photos.
You can create
albums and drag
photos ...
Editing Photos
To access the editing options, tap Edit while viewing a
photo in full-screen mode.
 Rotate
 Enhance
 Rem...
Media and Entertainment
iTunes for downloading music, movies, TV
shows, and more
Videos for watching movies, TV shows, and...
Siri
Firstly go to Settings to turn Siri on > General > Siri > On
To activate hold down the HOME button for a few
seconds
Using Siri
After Siri has opened, you simply speak your command in a normal conversational manner and she will
(usually) h...
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  • Overview of what to cover today:Intro to iPad. There are different versions and we’ll touch on that as we go along and discuss tablets in general.Firstly let’s just check out the BbC screen with some great slides courtesy of our NSW Networker Vivian Evans.
  • One main tablet predecessor was the PDA device, a handheld personal computer used for taking notes and storing data like phone numbers.Can you click on the A text tool and write down the name of your own Tablet or any you’ve heard of? OR you can type in the chat area.Some might be:iPad – Apple product Androids (not apple)Samsung GalaxyAsus/Nexus 7Toshiba ExciteSony XperiaTableyAcer TabAmazon KindleAsus VivoMotorola XoomHP TouchpadBlackberry playbookMicrosoft Surface
  • You may have heard of Android as well, and lots of you mentioned the Samsung Galaxy and other tablets. Well they use android as an operating system.This gives you some background information about Android.
  • Apple of course makes the iPad and uses the i operating system.
  • Now just a quick explanation as to how tablets differ from a laptop or desktop PC.Tablets use touch-screens to input informationGenerally no keyboard or mouse (although you can now buy wireless keyboards)You tap the screen to make choices and enter textThey may have a camera that takes photos and videoTablets connect to the Internet using either Wi-Fi or 3G technologies (3G is what your mobile uses to connect virtually anywhere)Theywere first designed as devices for consuming media — ebooks, movies, and music — and for playing games, browsing the Internet, or retrieving e-mailAlthough you can do moderate word processing and number crunching with a tablet, with some good apps available, they were not designed for that and you'll probably find a laptop much betterDesktop PC’s and laptops use computer operating systems; tablets typically use smartphone operating systems, so they work differentlyTablets come in different sizes such as 7 inch or 10 inch and weigh far less than a laptopThe screens have different resolutions; they have their own processors (different from those used in laptops); their memory capacity will almost always be smaller than a laptop and can range from 8GB to 64GBTheir battery life is typically longer than most laptops
  • Today we’re going to be looking at the iPad and some of it’s features, just to get you started and some ideas of how you can use it. Some of you may have one already, others may just be interested in seeing what it does and if it’s for you.We’re going to look at the basic features (and a bit more if we have time). There are different models and versions, e.g. the ipad mini, the ipad 2, ipad 3 (3rd generation) and the latest ipad 4. As with all things they get updated and improved every year or so. I’ve put the website here for you to go to, to compare and review the different types of ipads.Let’s just do a poll to see who has what iPad or an Android Tablet.
  • The iPad has evolved since it was originally launched in early 2010. The iPad 2 added dual-facing cameras along with a faster processor and improved graphics, but the biggest jump was with the iPad 3, which increased the resolution of the display to 2,048 x 1,536 and added Siri for voice recognition. The release of the iPad 4 represents a super-charged iPad 3, with around twice the processing power. And the iPad Mini is Apple's first 7.9-inch iPad.iPad 5 is due to be released at the end of 2013.
  • Now, I will (very) briefly start at the beginning, just in-case some of you have a brand new ipad and need some help.Just to summarise, your new ipad comes with (as above).You may also want to buy a cover or protector sheet, a cloth for cleaning it and other accessories such as a keyboard or a pen.Has anyone bought any accessories they think are really worthwhile? Just note in the chat area.
  • Let’s just look at the ports and buttons on the outside.
  • Now you need to set it up.Read through slide.You may not even have got to this faryet, so we might just stop here.
  • As this is an introductory session, let’s look at some of the things you may have heard about but don’t know what they are.We’ll start with the touch screen. Go to next slide.
  • To get around the screen you multi-touch gestures.Read through above.
  • Remember the ‘HOME’ button we looked at earlier, the large one.This always takes you back to your Home Screen, where most of the pre-installed apps will be.You can see here what we have – go through them and what some of them do, e.g. Facetime.Now we’ve looked at some Apps, let’s explore them a bit further.
  • I mentioned apps just now on the Home Screen – so what is an app?Read out above.We’ll go into setting up email accounts later on, and look at the camera.
  • When you use Apple services, such as the Apple Online Store or registering your product online, you create an Apple ID. You can use the same Apple ID for iTunes, the Mac App Store, iCloud, iMessage, FaceTime, Game Center, and more. You may already have an Apple ID that you have previously set up on A PC, e.g. For iTunes.It is recommended to use only one Apple ID/Account for all devices.If you don’t set up an Apple ID at the start, you can go into Settings and do it from there or find a free app in the App store and it will ask you to sign in with an existing apple ID or suggest you create one.If your children have set the iPad up for you and have used their own Apple ID or Account, get the password from them otherwise you won’t be able to install apps etc. It is best to have your own though.
  • Follow as above, then - Select None as your payment option. Talk about using iTunes card instead of credit card.Go to next slide.
  • Read this first: Continue to fill out the required email, address, and phone number fields. Tap Next.You'll then see a screen that says "Verify your Account." (as slide) Tap Done.They will send you an email to verify the setup.Check your email for the verification email from the iTunes Store.Open that email, and click the link enclosed within it to activate your account. Once you tap the link, the App Store should automatically open and prompt you to sign in with your account name and password.Now you’re ready to go!
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  • When you created your account, Apple should have asked you for a credit card number to keep on file. This is what allows you to purchase things quickly and easily. Or you can use the iTunes card as credit on your account which you can buy in most large stores. BUT there are lots of free apps.Some good free apps are ABC iview, Tripadvisor, SBSondemand, Skype, Jump-in for general TV, iBooks for free books on iTunes library or you can buy them, use local library apps e.g. Overdrive for borrowing e-books, Facebook for social networking, Google Earth will allow you to search for cities and use for driving directions, Zinio for magazines, Virtuoso for keyboarding, WebMD for health information, AVG Mobilation is a free app worth looking at for anti-virus protection. It’s available for Android, iPhone and iPad and will help protect you from rogue apps and spam. It also has a family feature ensuring children are protected from adult sites. Can anyone else recommend some good apps. Write them on this slide if you want to using the text tool (A) or put in the chat section.
  • We’ve talked about entering information, but how do we use the keyboard.Talk about keys as below:Shift and caps lockSpacebarBackspaceNumbersSigns and symbolsMention Settings and how to change as below:Changing keyboard – add emotives
  • General settings is how you change your iPad’s set up, e.g. changing the brightness or sounds by using a simple slide bar, or your privacy settings.You may want or need to change your WiFi settings, esp. if you are travelling. You can do this as follows:
  • Tap the Settings icon on your Home screen.Tap Wi-Fi in the left pane.Next to Wi-Fi, tap the control to turn it ON or OFF. Joining NetworksTo join a network that's in range (for example, your home's Wi-Fi, or a nearby public hotspot), look for it under Choose a Network. Then tap the network you want to use. If the network is secure, you'll need to enter a password in order to connect to it. If the network isn't secure, you can connect to it without a password, but you should think carefully before you do (especially if it's a public hotspot; for example, Wi-Fi at your local coffee shop). Anything you view or share over an unsecured network is not necessarily safe from prying eyes.
  • As mentioned previously you can change certain settings – read out.We won’t cover all of these today, there are probably several lessons in that, but I will just show you how to set a passcode.Go to next slide.
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  • Talk about adding different accounts all in one.How to do in settings – just an overview.It does talk you through it.Go to next slide.
  • You can use other email apps such as gmail – free in the app store.
  • Face Time allows you to make free video calls to other Apple devices. e.g. iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, and most Mac computers. If you have an iPad or iPhone, you can even take advantage of your device's front and back camera. For example, you could use the front camera to talk face-to-face, then switch to the back camera to show what's going on around you. If you haven't already added your friends and family to your contacts, now's a good time to do that. You can't call people in FaceTime just by dialing their number or entering their email address. They have to be part of your contacts list first. 
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  • The iPad comes with several different apps that can help you with the things you do every day. This could include almost anything. Maybe you like to spend a lot of time online... maybe you need an app that'll help you keep track of to-dos. Here are some you may use:• Safari for browsing the web• Calendar for managing your schedule• Reminders for staying on top of important tasks• And other tools like Notes, Maps, and PassbookThese apps are available for other Apple devices too—including the iPhone, iPod Touch, and MacSafari is a web browser that comes built into the iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, and Mac. It's what you'll use to access the internet on your device, using familiar features like the address bar, search bar, and navigation buttons.Safari lets you do all the things you're used to doing with your web browser, but when you sync with iCloud, you can do even more. For example, you can access your bookmarks on any device. You can even sync your open tabs, so you can seamlessly switch back and forth between all the devices you own.But to start with just learn your way around Safari and use it as you would google.
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  • Just a word about location services.Location Services is an optional setting that, when turned on, uses Wi-Fi and/or your cellular signal to determine your current location. This data can be used by different apps in many different ways.For example, Maps can use your location data to give you directions from point A to point B. Camera can use it to tag your photos and videos to identify where they were taken (sometimes called geotagging). Apps like Twitter and Facebook can also use this data to share your whereabouts with your friends.When Apple collects this data, it's not done in a way that personally identifies you. However, if you have any third-party apps on your iPad, it's important that you review their terms of service as well as their privacy policy. That way, you know how they may or may not be using your information.To see which apps are using your location data, visit Location Services under Privacy. You can turn each app ON or OFF depending on your personal preferences. You can also turn off Location Services all together.
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  • You can also share photos quite easily.All you have to do is tap the Share button anytime you see it (for example, when you're viewing an image in full-screen mode). From there, you'll be able to share the photo on Twitter or Facebook, or send it in a text. You can even assign the image to a contact, or make it your device's wallpaper.
  • The Photos app also lets you edit your photos with simple options like rotate, enhance, remove red-eye, and crop. This is a great resource for correcting minor problems with your photos, without having to switch to an advanced image editor.To access the editing options, tap Edit while viewing a photo in full-screen mode.Your options will appear at the bottom of the screen. Remember to tap Save when you're done.
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  • 1. To open Siri on the iPad, press and hold the “Home” button until the Siri icon appears on the screen. This is one same ways you can bring up Siri on the iPhone. Note that the “Raise to speak” option for Siri will likely stay an iPhone-only option due to the large size of the iPad.2. After Siri has opened, you can simply speak your command or question and Siri will respond accordingly. As always, there is no need to learn specific words and commands to use Siri. Just speak in a normal conversational manner and she will (usually) have an intelligent response.3. If you are requesting Siri to send a message (email or text/iMessage) to someone, she will show you a draft of the message before it is sent. To go ahead and send the message, just say “Send” or touch the “Send” button.As many people using Siri on their iPads may be using it for the first time, I thought it would be helpful to give some examples of things you can say to Siri. Again, these are basically an infinite number of ways you can ask Siri the same question so the examples below are certainly not the only way to go about things.Maps“Where can I get a slice of pizza nearby?”“How far away is Chicago?”Phone“Call my wife.”Reminders“Remind me to quit my job when I get to work tomorrow”“On October 3 remind me that my dad’s birthday is next week.”Weather“What is the weather supposed to be like for this weekend?”Social Media“Post to Facebook, “I love my iPad”Sports“What is the score of the Chicago Blackhawks game?”
  • Overview of what to cover today:Intro to iPad. There are different versions and we’ll touch on that as we go along and discuss tablets in general.Firstly let’s just check out the BbC screen with some great slides courtesy of our NSW Networker Vivian Evans.
  • Introduction to i pad

    1. 1. Introduction to iPad Marian Vincent BfS Networker for WA
    2. 2. Welcome! Our session will begin at 1pm AEST While you wait... Test your audio. Look in the top left hand menu for Tools, then select Audio, then Audio Set up Wizard. Follow the steps. Type in the Chat section and say ―Hello‖... Chat with fellow participants to make everyone feel welcome. Ask questions if you need to.
    3. 3. Features of Blackboard Collaborate The top section is a Menu for various features The Audio & Video section allows you to speak. Press the talk button to speak. An image shows who is speaking. These are the whiteboard tools that allow the presenter and participants (when invited) to write on the screen. The Participants section shows you at the top, some key tools to smile, vote and raise your hand and a list of who is in the room. The CHAT is where you can type and chat. Use smiley emoticons too! Type your message in this strip, then press your enter key to post a message for all to see.
    4. 4. So many ways to communicate • Click to ‘put up your hand’ to speak • Click to ‘leave the room’ momentarily. This shows that you have stepped away and are not focused on the session. Select again when you come back. • Let us know how you feel. • You can Laugh, smile and clap!
    5. 5. Select the A in the whiteboar d Menu (See on left) Then type your name on the map. Source: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Map_of_Australia.png Where are you joining us from?
    6. 6. Some Tablets have been around a long timeThe most popular tablet is the Apple iPad but there are many others:
    7. 7. Android Noun : (in science fiction) A robot with a human appearance A linux based operating system designed primarily for touchscreen mobile devices such as smartphones and tablet computers. Initially developed by Android, Inc., which Google backed financially and later bought in 2005.
    8. 8. iOS iOS is Apple's mobile operating system used for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. iOS utilises a multi-touch interface where simple gestures are used to operate the device, like swiping your finger across the screen to move to the next page or pinching your fingers to zoom out. Latest is iO6 with 7 due soon, and possibly to coincide with the iPad 5.
    9. 9. How do tablets differ from a desktop PC or laptop  Touch Screens  Generally no keyboard or mouse  A camera that takes photos and video  Tablets connect to the Internet using either Wi-Fi or 3G technologies (3G is what your mobile uses to connect virtually anywhere)  Designed for media — ebooks, movies, and music — and for playing games, browsing the Internet, or retrieving e-mail  Limited Word-Processing and number crunching  Typically use smartphone operating systems, so they work differently  Tablets come in different sizes such as 7 inch or 10 inch  Different resolutions  Have their own processors (different from those used in laptops)  Memory capacity will almost always be smaller than a laptop - ranges from 8GB to 64GB  Their battery life is typically longer than most laptops
    10. 10. http://www.apple.com/au/ipad/compare/ POLL A. iPad mini B. iPad 2 C. iPad 3 D. iPad 4 E. Android or other Tablet
    11. 11. First iPad released 2010 iPad 2 added dual-facing cameras, a faster processor and improved graphics iPad 3 increased the resolution of the display to 2,048 x 1,536 and added Siri for voice recognition iPad 4 represents a super-charged iPad 3, with around twice the processing power iPad Mini is Apple's first 7.9-inch iPad Timeline
    12. 12. First things first What’s in the Box?  USB cable (for connecting to your computer and the power adapter)  USB power adapter (for charging the battery)  Documentation (including warranty) Care and protection  Case or cover  Lint free cloth
    13. 13. Setting up Once it’s out the box you’ll need to set up your iPad:  Firstly power it up  At the first screen it will simply say ‗iPad‘  Swipe your finger to the right where it says ‗Slide to set up‘.  You might see other languages. Set up your language, country and region and your wifi network with a password  Whatever you choose in the next stage will need an Apple ID
    14. 14. Help ….. I’m already confused! We‘ll go back to the basics and discuss some of the jargon you need to know first of all.
    15. 15. Multi touch gestures You use your finger to do things on the screen  Tap to "click" or select something on the screen  Sometimes you might tap and hold to access other options (think of this as "right-clicking")  Drag to scroll up and down, left or right, or any other direction on the screen.  Swipe left or right to flip through photos, pages in an e-book, pages on the Home screen, and more  Swipe left or right with 4 or 5 fingers to switch between open apps  Double tap to zoom in or out on photos, webpages, and certain apps  Pinch to zoom in or out almost anywhere  Pinch 4 or 5 fingers together to jump to the Home screen, no matter where you are  Swipe up with 4 or 5 fingers to pull up the multitasking bar
    16. 16. Getting to know the interface The iPad comes with pre- installed apps. Apps are applications that make it work. This view shows the home screen.
    17. 17. Introduction to Apps Apps are programs that are designed to run on your device They can be fun or serious They can be a game, or something more essential (like an email client) The iPad comes with 19 built-in apps that you can access immediately from the Home screen They're a great place to start for new users because there's nothing to download or install Many of these apps are ready to use right out of the box
    18. 18. What’s an Apple ID?  If you've already turned on your iPad, you know that it's part of the setup process – but you can add one later on as well  In short, an Apple ID is a simple username and password  It‘s free to set up but you may have to pay for items  It's your identity on your device and your gateway to other Apple services like the App Store, iCloud, itunes, the ibook store and more  The more you use your iPad, the more you'll understand how important the Apple ID is You’ll need an email address to set up an Apple ID
    19. 19. Create an Apple ID / Account Tap Create Apple ID Select country and accept terms and conditions. Select Billing type and enter your details. Enter your email address, security questions , birthday, and create your password . Note if you select None you won‘t be charged until you try to make a purchase. You can also buy a pre-paid card instead of using a credit card. You can pick the amount you want to spend and enter the code at payment.
    20. 20. Verify Account details for Apple ID Tap Sign In and you will see a thankyou screen saying: Thankyou for verifying your email address You have set up your account successfully, and you can start enjoying iTunes, iBooks, and the App Store on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
    21. 21. Using the App Store The App Store gives you access to over 250,000 apps You'll find everything from games, to entertainment, to apps for cooking dinner, or keeping track of travel details A lot of the content in the App Store costs money; however, you'll still find thousands of apps and other resources that you can download for free, or for as little as $0.99 How do you pay for content in the App Store? You use your Apple ID!
    22. 22. Some good free apps:
    23. 23. Using the keyboard As soon as you tap into a text box the keyboard will appear
    24. 24. Introduction to Settings
    25. 25. To Turn Wi-Fi On or Off  Tap the Settings icon on your Home screen.  Tap Wi-Fi in the left pane.  Next to Wi-Fi, tap the control to turn it ON or OFF. JOINING NETWORKS Choose a Network Then tap the network you want to use. If the network is secure, you'll need to enter a password in order to connect to it. If the network isn't secure, you can connect to it without a password.
    26. 26. What else can you do in settings?  Set a passcode – Passcode lock and ipad cover lock require a 4 digit passcode  Import contacts  Set up email  Change the wallpaper on your Home page  Adjust brightness  Set sounds and adjust volume  Set up Apple ID and Account
    27. 27. To Set a Passcode  Tap the Settings icon on your Home screen.  Tap General in the left pane.  Next to Passcode Lock, tap the control to view your options.  Tap Turn Passcode On.  Use the keypad to enter your 4-digit passcode. (You'll be asked to enter it twice to confirm.)  Passcode Lock will be enabled. You'll need to enter it the next time you turn on your iPad, or wake it up from sleep mode.
    28. 28. Setting up email on the iPad Mail is probably one of the first apps you'll want to set up on your device, and the mail app makes it much more convenient. Mail is compatible with Gmail, Hotmail, and most other popular services. You can even add more than one account to the app; for example, your personal email, as well as your work email. That way, you can check all of your email in one convenient place.
    29. 29. To Set Up Mail General Settings Email account Gives you a choice to select email service Follow the instructions to enter your account information. The steps will be slightly different for each email service, because each one is
    30. 30. More communication apps  Make free video calls using Facetime. It‘s similar to Skype.  Try the front and back camera. You can use the front camera to talk face-to-face, then switch to the back camera to show what's going on around you.  Add your friends and family to your contacts. You can't call people in FaceTime just by dialing their number or entering their email address. They have to be part of your contacts list first.
    31. 31. Twitter and Facebook Twitter and Facebook have their own mobile apps for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch. You don't even have to go looking for them in the App Store— instead, you'll find everything you need under your device's Settings. Just navigate to each app, then click Install to get started. Once the installation is finished, the app will walk you through the process of
    32. 32. Apps for everyday Tasks • Safari for browsing the web • Calendar for managing your schedule • Reminders for staying on top of important tasks • And other tools like Notes, Maps, and Passbook
    33. 33. Safari Share the sites If you‘re on a web page you find interesting and want to share it, you can. One tap opens a menu that lets you email a link to the page, tweet about it, or post it on Facebook.
    34. 34. Multi-Touch Zoom for Safari Sometimes it can be difficult to read webpages in the mobile version of Safari. 1. Double-tap to zoom in, which enlarges the page to about 150% every time (perfect for reading small text). 2. Use the pinch gesture, which gives you more control over how large (or small) the page appears.
    35. 35. Maps Feeling lost? Maps can help you find your way with simple turn-by-turn directions, and live traffic updates. Location Services This is in General Settings > Privacy Maps can use your location data to give you directions from point A to point B. Camera can use it to tag your photos and videos to identify where they were taken (sometimes called geotagging). Apps like Twitter and Facebook can also use this data to share your whereabouts with your friends.
    36. 36. Weather Use the Weather app to check the weather in your city. It can be set to your current location instead (this can be useful if you do a lot of traveling). You can add more than one city, so you can keep track of the weather in different parts of the world.
    37. 37. Clock The Clock can be customized to show you the time in different parts of the world. It also has an alarm, stopwatch, and timer. If you have Siri on your device, try asking Siri to set an alarm or a timer for you, instead of opening the app.
    38. 38. Camera and Photos  You can take photos and videos with your iPad.  It's designed to work closely with the Photos app, which lets you view, organise, and edit the media you've captured.  If you have one of the newer models, you can even take advantage of your device's front and back camera to photograph what's in front of you, or take a self portrait instead.
    39. 39. Zooming in and out To zoom in or out in the Camera app, use the pinch gesture. This option is great for taking close-up photos when you can't get close enough to your subject. To take a screenshot press the Home button and the Sleep/Wake button at the same time. This will take a photo on screen – lots of these images have been sourced that way.
    40. 40. Getting to know Photos When you take a photo it automatically gets saved in Photos. You can create albums and drag photos into those albums. Share button
    41. 41. Editing Photos To access the editing options, tap Edit while viewing a photo in full-screen mode.  Rotate  Enhance  Remove red-eye  Crop Remember to Tap SAVE
    42. 42. Media and Entertainment iTunes for downloading music, movies, TV shows, and more Videos for watching movies, TV shows, and other visual content Music for listening to music and other audio content And other tools like Game Center, Newsstand, and iBooks
    43. 43. Siri Firstly go to Settings to turn Siri on > General > Siri > On To activate hold down the HOME button for a few seconds
    44. 44. Using Siri After Siri has opened, you simply speak your command in a normal conversational manner and she will (usually) have an intelligent response. If you are requesting Siri to send a message (email or text/iMessage) to someone, she will show you a draft of the message before it is sent. To go ahead and send the message, just say ―Send‖ or touch the ―Send‖ button. Some examples of things you can say to Siri may be: Maps ―Where can I get a slice of pizza nearby?‖ ―How far away is Como?‖ Phone ―Call my wife.‖ Reminders ―Remind me to quit my job when I get to work tomorrow‖ ―On October 3 remind me that my dad‘s birthday is next week.‖ Weather ―What is the weather supposed to be like for this weekend?‖ Social Media ―Post to Facebook, ―I love my iPad‖ Sports ―What is the score of the West Coast Collingwood game?‖
    45. 45. Introduction to iPad Marian Vincent BfS Networker for WA End of webinar:
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