If you have ever thought about purchasing an iPad but not sure whether you should get the full size version or the iPad mini, how much storage to get and what do you lose out on with the wi-fi only model, then this course is for you. Not only will you understand the differences between the models, besides the obvious of size, but what pitfalls to avoid so you won't have buyers regret with your iPad.
You'll learn that the iPad is not a giant iPhone and stands on its own in the marketplace. While it's true that you can read email and books, surf the internet and create documents and watch movies on iPad, this course aims to show you those things and beyond. Let's be honest, for the price tag of an iPad, we expect that it can do more than the average tablet. I'll show you how artists and musicians use it to create wonderful artistry. How it's being used in sports, health and fitness and so much more. If you think you need to an adult, you will learn how kids and young adults are using it in education and of course, I'll show you some fun things to do with your iPad too.
So, don't hesitate? Sign-up now and learn How-to Buy the Right iPad for you and get a good deal in the process.
Attorney Tanya M. Lee discusses her skepticism of owning an iPad and how she becomes a loyal fan.
Find out the truth about an iPad. Ignore the talk that the iPad is a laptop replacement or it's just a giant iPhone. In this video, you will learn why the iPad does not fully replace a laptop (or desktop) nor does it replace your cell phone.
See how you can connect midi keyboards and electric guitars to your iPad and rock out to your own music using Garageband.
Quick Demo of Apple's native Maps app plus my favorite navigation app that can be used while driving or walking.
Demo of an online magazine that includes video, print and "moving parts" that make it much more engaging than a printed magazine.
Quick demo of some apps for kids that have nothing to do with games. Well, actually some of these apps aim to teach children by making it fun (and almost like games) but don't tell the kiddies that they aren't games. :-)
Demo of using an iPad for making an awesome presentations (Keynote/PowerPoint, etc) whether it's for business, academic or personal use.
In this demo, see very short clips of apps for your iPad. The idea is to see the wide range of uses for your iPad.
Attorney Tanya M. Lee talks about her favorite apps for personal and professional use.
Learn about the similarities and differences between the iPad Air and the iPad Mini.
Discover the pros and cons of buying a Wi-Fi only model vs. a Wi-fi + Cellular (AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, etc) model. You may think it's just about accessing your email or browsing the internet but it's more than that.
Attorney Tanya M. Lee discusses how she determined whether to purchase the wi-fi only vs. wi-fi plus cellular model.
This is the key section that you do not want to skip!! Learn about storage via Kissing - but don't worry, it's rated G! This section focuses on explaining storage options -- as non-technical as possible -- while offering real world examples and some show-and tell on the iPad so the information hits home for you.
Summary re-cap of storage information.
When is the best time of year to get the best deals on Apple products, including iPads?
Learn about some "gotchas" with custom engraving. Also, determine whether or not a warranty via Apple's Applecare or another 3rd party is cost-effective for you.
This is the must-have app!! It's my "go to" app when I'm considering purchasing any app for my iPad.
A summary of the course to ensure all the pieces of the course fit together.
Download and Print this "Cheat Sheet". Fold it into thirds and take it with you to the store use it as a guide when you purchase online.
I, Teresa "QueenGeek" Lee, have been working as a technologist for 20+ years. My experience has ranged from being a software developer to a database programmer to a Windows System Administrator. Although I have worked as an employee and as an entrepreneur using both Windows and Mac computers, I enjoy using my Mac to create "how-to" video tutorials most of all!
The majority of my career has been spent designing, troubleshooting and analyzing systems (computers) for small businesses. My career path has afforded me the opportunity to experience technology not only as the creator or designer but as a consumer. So, when I decided to start I Help Beginner Bloggers blog, I thought I was ready to create something different than anyone else. Well, I made a lot of mistakes and while I have not maintained the blog, there's plenty of good information and I'm currently in the process of re-vamping some of the material.
My next adventure involved creating "blog sites" for small business owners and that turned out to be very challenging. I helped Attorney Tanya M. Lee setup About US Visas as well as a subscription-based training site, namely Practice Immigration Law, using WordPress as the foundation. I also found that creating blogs for non-profits organizations such as Empowered Believers Christian Learning Center Church could benefit from using WordPress, mailing lists and other social media items that might only seem useful in the commercial world.
While teaching (and learning) technology with other entrepreneurs such as Attorney Tanya M. Lee and churches, I have gathered many notes and valuable lessons that I plan to provide in e-courses such that anyone can benefit from them.