iPad mini For Dummies

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John Wiley & Sons, Dec 4, 2012 - Computers - 384 pages
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The perfect companion for discovering how to get the most out of your iPad mini!

Apple's latest iPad may be small, but it's one mighty mini. This fun-and-friendly full-color guide gets you started with your iPad mini, walking you through using the multitouch interface, getting connected, browsing the web, adding tons of cool content, and much, much more.

From sending and receiving e-mail totexting with iMessage, downloading apps from the App Store, managing your calendar, making video calls with FaceTime, and working with Siri, expert authors and Mac gurus Ed Baig and Bob "Dr. Mac" LeVitus will have you making your way through your iPad mini in no time at all.

  • Shows you how to unveil the iPod in your iPad mini, take control of your tunes, import photos, create a slideshow, and capture photos and videos
  • Highlights ways to buy and read your favorite e-books; find a location or get directions with Maps; play games; and rent, buy, and watch movies and TV shows
  • Walks you through syncing contacts, calendars, and to-do lists
  • Addresses staying connected with Notification Center, protecting your information, and troubleshooting

It may be "mini" but it's capable of enormous endeavors! Find out everything your iPad mini is capable of with the full-color iPad mini For Dummies!


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Table of Contents
Getting to Know Your iPad mini
Touring the iPad Exterior
Discovering the Delectable Home Screen
Training your digits
The Incredible Intelligent and Virtual iPad
The Kitchen Sync Getting Stuff to and from
Disconnecting the iPad
Editing what you shot
You Oughtta Be in Pictures
Syncing pix via computer
Improving Pictures
Adding special slide show
Deleting Pictures
Shopping for EBooks
Reading Newspapers and Magazines

Apples FreeandEasy Wireless
Going on a Mobile Safari
Finding Your Way Around Cyberspace
Sharing Your Web Experiences
The EMail Must Get Throu
Reading messages
Searching emails
Darlin You Send Me EMail
Setting Your Message and Account
Maps Are Where It
Viewing Zooming and Panning
The Multimedia iPad mini
Get in Tunels Audio on Your iPad mini
Taking Control of Your Tunes
Customizing Volume and Egualizer Settings
Using Your iPad to Find Apps
Working with Apps
Sifting through Contacts
lndispensible iPad mini Utilities
Viewing and checking
Socializing with Social Media Apps
Sharin Your Connection Personal
The Undiscovered iPad mini
Brightening your
The Part of Tens
Ten Apps Worth Paym
Ten Hints Tips and Shortcuts
Autoapostrophes are good

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About the author (2012)

Edward C. Baig is the Personal Tech columnist for USA TODAY and the author of Macs For Dummies. Bob "Dr. Mac" LeVitus pens the popular "Dr. Mac" column for the Houston Chronicle and is the author of OS X Mountain Lion For Dummies.

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