iPad Kickstart by Jay Kinghorn

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Your full-color iPad go-to guide

Covers the 3rd generation iPad!

Get started enjoying your iPad’s innovative tools and features quickly and easily with iPad Kickstart. Loaded with crisp, full-color screenshots, this practical, visual guide focuses on the best ways to maximize your iPad’s capabilities. Stay organized and connected at home and in the office, get news and entertainment, and explore your creative streak. Tips and Now You Know sidebars offer solutions to potential pitfalls and veteran insight helps you get even more out of this extraordinary device. You’ll also find details on the coolest, most useful apps available.

Set up and customize your iPad Master the functions, gestures, and controls on your new device Migrate apps, settings, and content from your older iPad Connect to the Internet, use email, browse the Web, and keep up with social networks Use iCloud and iTunes to sync and back up your iPad Organize your life with Calendar, Contacts, and Reminders Explore, install, and organize apps that maximize the functionality of your iPad Download movies, videos, music, ebooks, and games to your iPad Create your own digital movies, shoot photos, and record music Use your iPad as a WiFi hotspot and link to devices and accessories Maintain and troubleshoot your iPad

About Jay Kinghorn

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Jay Kinghorn (Salt Lake City, UT) is a prolific author, provocative speaker and Olympus Visionary photographer who helps companies adapt and innovate with skills training and techniques to stay agile in a rapidly changing business environment. Kinghorn is a seasoned presenter and trainer who is currently engaged in a multi-city speaking tour for the American Society of Media Photographers delivering a seminar series entitled “Adaptation: Running a Successful Photo Business in Today’s Era of Smartphones, Tablets and Social Media. Kinghorn frequently serves as Technical Director for National Geographic Photo Camps around the world which bring teenagers together to tell their stories visually using photography, multimedia and the Web. . Jay Kinghorn is the co-author with Pulitzer-prize winning photographer Jay Dickman of Perfect Digital Photography, (McGraw-Hill 2009. Jay frequently blogs about visual literacy, photography and the impact of technology and mobile publishing on society, commerce and the arts at jaykinghorn.com andkinghornvisual.com.
Published August 21, 2012 by McGraw-Hill Osborne Media. 273 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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