iOS Basics: Introducing the iPad, iPhone, and iCloud

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Learn Apple's iOS basics and become more confident using your iPhone, iPad, iCloud and more!

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iOS Basics: Introducing the iPad, iPhone, and iCloud

  1. 1. iOS Basics Introducing the iPad, iPhone, and iCloud.
  2. 2. iOS 6 • iOS is Apple’s mobile operating system (OS). • iOS runs on iPod Touches, iPhones, iPads, and Apple TVs. • Interact with the OS by swiping, tapping, pinching, reverse pinching, shaking, rotating the device etc. • Updates since version 5.0 now happen over the air (OTA). Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IOS
  3. 3. Source: www.mcesc-ipad.wikispaces.com
  4. 4. http://www.apple.com/ios/whats-new/
  5. 5. Installing Apps
  6. 6. Apple ID appleid.apple.com/ yourname@icloud.com
  7. 7. Removing Apps • Locate an app you don’t want and press it until it wiggles. • Tap the X to remove it. • Press the Home button. Image source: wikihow.com
  8. 8. Application Switching (Multi-tasking) • Double-press the home button. • Scrollable dock displays at the bottom of the screen. Source: ipadacademy.com
  9. 9. Apple’s cloud-based storage and syncing service.
  10. 10. iCloud • Syncs data/documents between iDevices, Mac, and PC. • Backs up/restores iDevices. • First 5 GBs are free! • Over Wi-Fi you can move everything (restore) from an old iDevice to a new one. • Yourname@me.com, yourname@icloud.com • Web-based (i.e., cloud) access to your files (e.g., calendar, contacts, notes, reminders, documents, photo streams, settings of iDevices etc.) Note: music and movies don’t get backed up. • Find your iPhone! Source: http://goo.gl/xcukI
  11. 11. www.icloud.com/
  12. 12. iCloud • iCloud account is created by Apple ID • It is best to have 1 iCloud account for each person so calendars, contacts etc. don’t get confused with other people. • Can have one Apple ID to buy music etc. for the family and also have a separate iCloud account.
  13. 13. Live Demo

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