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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!

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

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  • 1. iOS Basics Introducing the iPad,iPhone, and iCloud.
  • 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. Source: www.mcesc-ipad.wikispaces.com
  • 4. http://www.apple.com/ios/whats-new/
  • 5. Installing Apps
  • 6. Apple ID appleid.apple.com/yourname@icloud.com
  • 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. Application Switching (Multi-tasking)• Double-press the home button.• Scrollable dock displays at the bottom of the screen. Source: ipadacademy.com
  • 9. Apple’s cloud-based storage and syncing service.
  • 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. www.icloud.com/
  • 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. Live Demo