Apple Store: How to pick the right gift
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You might have experienced a 'bad gift' situation in the past, not a pleasant moment. With this course you will learn how to avoid embarrassing gifts from the Apple Store. It will help you to find the perfect gift for someone who will remember your gift in a very good way.
Here are other possible scenarios when this course will help you:
After this course you will be able to identify the perfect gift for the person that you have in mind. You will be able to avoid bad surprises and might even see some sparkle in the eyes of the recipient.
The course consists of three main parts
You don't need any special knowledge, just the urge to go shopping for a gift. I included a downloadable list of recommended gifts below $200 which includes active links to the product sites. You can ask questions about any of the Apple products in the discussion groups.
In the course you will go through or can jump to the chapters
The course will take you about one hour, however you can jump right to the product you are interested in at any time.
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|Section 1: Introduction to the course|
Learn how this course is structured and how you can use it best.
|Section 2: Part I: The coolest gifts from the Apple store in 2015|
Learn about the coolest gifts of the year from the Apple Store.
|Quiz 1||7 questions|
Let's see if you paid attention to the countdown of the coolest gifts.
|Section 3: Part II: iPod ($49-$399)|
|You will understand the different choices of iPod's that Apple offers and what the key differences are. This will prepare you to make the right decision for your gift|
Learn when an iPod is the perfect gift and when you should pick something else. Understand why the iPod nano is still one of the best choices when it comes to iPods.
Key things to know about the iPod
|Section 4: Apple TV ($69-$199)|
|You will understand the different choices of Apple TV's that Apple offers and what the key differences are. This will prepare you to make the right decision for your gift.|
Learn when an Apple TV is the perfect gift and when you should pick something else. Understand why the new Apple TV is one of the most exciting gifts this year.
Key things to know about the Apple TV
|Section 5: Apple Watch ($349-$17,000) - not a typo...|
You will understand the different choices of Apple Watches and what the key differences are. This will prepare you to make the right decision for your gift.
Learn why an Apple Watch can be a very bad idea and which one I recommend if it is the perfect gift.
|Quiz 4||3 questions|
Find out what you know about the Apple Watch
|Section 6: iPhone ($450-$950)|
You will be able to understand which of the current iPhones is the best choice as a gift and how to deal with the question of the carrier.
Understand which of the iPhones are the best choice as a gift for most people.
|Quiz 5||3 questions|
The iPhone 6s and 6s plus are the best iPhones yet. How well do you know them?
|Section 7: iPad ($269-$1,079)|
You will be able to understand the different choices of iPad's that Apple offers and what the key differences are. This will prepare you to make the right decision for your gift.
Understand which of the iPad's are the best choice as a gift for most people.
|Quiz 6||3 questions|
Test what you know about the new iPad product releases
|Section 8: Mac ($499-$2,999)|
You will understand the different choices of Macintosh computers (short 'Mac') that Apple offers and what the key differences are. This will prepare you to make the right decision for your gift.
Understand which of the Mac's are the best choices as a gift for most people.
|Quiz 7||3 questions|
Test your knowledge around the Mac's
|Section 9: Part III: Other great gift ideas below $200|
Learn about some of the unusual additions to the Apple Store and which products I recommend as a gift for most people.
Understand how the accessories are structured in the Apple Store and learn how to use the PDF file from the Supporting Documents section.
Learn about the special accessories of the iPad's, especially the iPad Pro.
Be able to find a suitable band for any Apple Watch.
Learn how to find a gift below $200 for someone who owns a Mac.
|Quiz 8||4 questions|
What do you know about the coolest gifts under $200?
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