Do Not Disturb is a function of your iPhone that provides the ability to turn off call and notifications from your device while your live your life. Life would include times where you do not want your iPhone to ring including when you sleep, church services, movies, concerts, meetings and more.Read More
Most typing on the iPad comes naturally. However, there are shortcuts and hidden functions (like caps lock) that will make typing easier. Another key tips is how to position the cursor exactly where you need it. This is essential material.Read More
Imagine that you have been taking photos while on vacation with a friend. With iCloud Photo Sharing, you can invite others to view and share a collection of photos. You can also make the sharing public by publishing your album to a website for anyone to view.
This recipe will show you how to use iCloud Photo Sharing.Read More
The Photos app includes significant photo editing capabilities that allows you to edit and modify a photo in your library. Included are functions to Remove red eye, crop, rotate, and add text.
This recipe will review the key edit functions.
The purpose of the recipe is to provide a tour of your device. You will learn some of the essential functions of your device. As we explore, you will see lots of references to other Recipes and Nuggets that cover topics in more detail.Read More
Using an iPhone is pretty intuitive. But there are some actions that are unique to the device. Some of the gestures and basic screen functions are important to effective use of your iPhone.
This recipe will take us through the basic touchscreen actions for the iPhone.Read More
The most basic function of your iPhone is using the Phone app to make and receive calls. It is probably the first way that you used your iPhone and probably requires no introductory training.
This recipe will review the essential functions and provide tips that help make the process of making and receiving calls easy and quick.Read More
iWork for iPhone and iPad is Apple’s suite of office apps. The suite is comprised of three primary tools:
Pages for word processing, Numbers for spreadsheets and Keynote for presentations.
The iWork Suite is very capable and is perfect for seniors and their typical home use. This recipe will provide help with the basic concepts.
The iWork suite is FREE and is installed from the App Store.Read More
A great many iPhone users will use their iPhone cameras in a point and shoot fashion. They will pull out their camera, aim at their subject and press the shutter button to snap the photo.
With later iPhone models, the iPhone’s camera has included modes and features that take it into new territory. If you are only doing point and shoot, you may be missing some great photo opportunities.
The purpose of this recipe is to deliver quick tips for iPhone Photography. It includes Flash, Live Photo, HDR, Zoom, Focus and Exposure and all of the Modes including photo, square, pano, video, time-lapse, and slo-mo.
The camera on your iPhone has grown up in a hurry. The camera in your pocket or purse has plenty of features that make it a camera worthy of capturing the pictures of your life.
The purpose of this recipe is to deliver quick tips for iPhone Photography. It includes:
Five ways to launch your camera.
Four ways to press the shutter.
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What could be better than FREE books to read? And we are not talking about the old classics like you can get from the Gutenberg Project. We are talking about the latest New York Times bestsellers that you can read for free from your public library using the Libby app to access eBooks from your local library.
This recipe will get your started.Read More
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