iPad Survival Guide: iPad Air 2 and iPad Pro from MobileReference - Toly Kay

iPad Survival Guide: iPad Air 2 and iPad Pro from MobileReference

By Toly Kay

  • Release Date: 2016-04-24
  • Genre: Reference
iPad Survival Guide: iPad Air 2 and iPad Pro from MobileReference book review score

3.5 Score: 3.5 (From 503 Ratings)

iPad Survival Guide: iPad Air 2 and iPad Pro from MobileReference Toly Kay Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

The iPad Air 2 and iPad Pro introduced many new features, which redefined the iPad. This guide will introduce you to these new features, and show you how to use them. These features include: 

- Interactive notifications
- Predictive typing
- Enhanced Siri functionality
- Time-Lapse Videos
- Improved email application
- FaceTime Call Waiting
- Apple Pencil
- Side-by-Side Multitasking
- Watching a Video While Using Another Application 
- Enhanced Siri functionality 
- Low Power Mode to Improve Battery Life 
- Improved photo management 
- Search Upgrades 
- Move to iOS Application for Android Users who Want to Switch 

And many more... 

The iPad Survival Guide for iPad Air 2 and iPad Pro gives task-based instructions without using any technical jargon. This book is very helpful for those who have difficulty using electronics, such as phones, personal computers, and tablet computers. Learning which buttons on your iPad perform which functions is useless unless you know how it will help you in your everyday use of the iPad. Therefore, this guide will teach you how to perform the most common tasks. Instead of presenting arbitrary instructions in lengthy paragraphs, this book gives unambiguous, simple step-by-step procedures. 

Additionally, detailed screenshots help you to confirm that you are on the right track. This guide also explains Secret Tips and Tricks to help you accomplish your day-to-day tasks much faster. If you get stuck, refer to the Troubleshooting section to isolate and solve the problem.

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User reviews about this book

  • Price gone up

    By Lucky3momm
    Everyone is talking about 99 cents, but it looks like $2.99 to me. Kindle still has it for 95 cents, but I wanted it on my iBooks shelf. I haven't seen the book yet, but it looks like I can't submit unless I give a rating.
  • Inexpensive investment, well worth it!

    By Flinxy
    I'm not sure what's included in the free sample, and I don't understand why people comment and rate on just the sample, but this contained a lot of good information not included in the free Apple guide. I have and use both, for different reasons. I hope it's updated soon, I'm sure there are more tips and tricks to be discovered!
  • Get the free one

    By TigreEchs
    No need to say more.
  • Professionaly written guide

    By paddleglum
    Speaking from the point of view of an avid reader and writer, I would have to wholeheartedly disagree with the negative reviews people have offered in the iBooks store. Open any other reference material for the iPad, or for any Apple product at that, and you will not be able to find the information you need without reading an entire novel of useless drivel first. Apple’s manual is no exception to the rule. I feel that the negative reviewers just love to whine. I have personally purchased other manuals for the iPad and wish I had stumbled upon this sooner. Who wants to read a story about the author’s personal opinions? There is nothing extra in this guide, every chapter and section is organized logically to fit the needs of the readers, and readers are never left confused or without answer. The iPad Survival Guide is professionally written and it shows.
  • Useful

    By Runnoe
    This book is worth the price if only for finding out about eBooks from MobileReference. Active table of contents make books so much easier to read. The Kindle is pitiful compared to the iPad. (I have both so I know exactly what I'm talking about.) I bought the book on Kindle so I could read it on my left and experiment with my iPad on my right. After reading this book, I'd buy another book by Toly K. It is also useful to know, even if you don't learn much that is new, to now know you haven't missed anything obvious.
  • Nothing Special

    By ThmsJhn
    The FREE Apple iPad Guide provides everything you need to know about the iPad. This guide doesn't cost much, but don't waste your money.
  • Worth the price of tuition

    By susiech
    to learn a few irreplaceable things, but the style is as dry as the Manual. Who has the memo on the cute guide to using Apple' mobile devices?
  • Read the friggin manual!

    By Cassiex0x
    Woooow a book that tells you all about your device and how to use it? This is revolutionary! Oh wait, I got a manual!
  • Listen....

    By gfcohen
    Anyone who say a this is not worth .99 has not looked at the book.It is full of useful stuff. Snobs are snobs. This is especially great if you just bought your brand new iPad and would like some info like where should I start. If know where to start, cause it 's really easy, you will learns learn a great deal.
  • Print from your iPad?

    By 2001 BANGER
    I was thinking about buying this because I want to know how I can print from my iPad!

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