Sometimes, we take so much for granted, like knowing how to open apps on Apple mobile devices and that using an iPod, iPhone or iPad is very similar. Recently, we were teaching a group of people how to use an iPod and then we were explaining how to use the iPad. It was more difficult for the generation of people who did not grow up using these devices and were not exposed to their many uses. After playing with both the iPad and the iPod at our demo table and getting over their initial fear of the “unknown”, they were quite impressed with how intuitive Apple has created them. One of them eventually inquired about manuals for the devices. I am including a link for manuals at the Apple Support site.
At the touch of your fingers, you can automatically create documents and send them by email or even AirPrint them or share what you are working on in the classroom with an overhead projector and even use AirPlay to display pictures and video you took with your Apple mobile device. Some long time users still do not know everything that their Apple device is capable of like AirPrint or Airplay. Below are links to learn how easy these are.
Here is a link to Apple Support for video tutorials, and essential help with your Apple device.
IOS 7, the latest iOS in the Apple mobile device is a new look on a great design. Below is a link that shows some new features available.
iOS 7 allows you to switch between apps instantly and resume an app with Multitasking on your mobile device. Below is a link from Apple Support on understanding Multitasking. A great feature when using your device in the classroom.
If you want to experience the iPod or the iPad, come in an check out our demo table. You can try them out to see just what they can do.