iPad Lessons

iPad Lessons Site the perfect learning companion!

Hi, Lionel here and, although not quite a smartphone junkie, I’m a long time iPad aficionado and fan.

iPad Lessons

I’ve set up this website to provide you with tips and advice on how to get more out of your cherished device, and also to help you find the best iPad tutorials.

Having persistently searched over the past few years for online iPad lessons, I know first-hand how difficult it is to find quality lessons.

iPad lessons are not only hard to find, but some websites charge a small fortune for them.  Hopefully, iPadLessonSite.com will help you find quality lessons which will help you to operate your device like a pro.

The most impressive iPad salesman ever!

This page was last updated on Thursday 25th of August 2016

About This Website

I’ve divided this website into two main sections:

1.   iPad Lesson Topics
2.   Recommended Products

The ‘iPad Lesson Topics’ section details the best places to find specific and relevant iPad lessons, which will help you to start having FUN and understand how to use the sheer number of incredible features and apps on your device.

Currently I’ve got some great information and neat tips for these specific topics:

Each page gives specific tips and suggestions which will help improve the potential and capability of your device. Understanding and maximizing the potential of Apples new iOS6’s stunning collection of enhancements will take both you and your treasured iPad in totally new directions.

The desire to understand and obtain full functionality of the new, fun and exciting features of your iPad will inspire and drive you to work through the relevant lessons and tutorials.

And don’t worry; with time I will be adding more tips and advice as well as new articles about other iPad lesson topics.

The section entitled ‘Recommended Products’ is where I’ve reviewed some useful tutorials on iPad Lessons (iPad Video Lessons and iPad 4 Idiots).  I have personally used both these products and rate them very highly.  You can find out more in my detailed reviews:

I also intend add more reviews about useful training guides and resources over time…

Have a read of our recent Press Release! Is Apple’s Latest iOS 6 iPad mini Really Worth Having Or Coping With?

Take Action

iPad Video Lessons OfferMost people who visit this website are looking for appropriate and easy to use iPad Lessons.

If that’s what you’re looking for, then I highly recommend you check out iPad Video Lessons.

iPad Video Lessons are the top selling iPad lessons on the internet for a few years.. They comprise a comprehensive set of tutorials which geared to help you get the best out of your device.

Unless you drop your device it won’t break, so try and explore in conjunction with the tutorials and you will end up having fun! You’ll learn a lot! I recommend checking the lessons out right now:

Click Here to Check Out iPad Video Lessons

Education Resources

Apart from that, I encourage you to browse my site and remember to bookmark it so you can visit it again soon!

Thanks for visiting,

iPadLessonSite.com

49 Responses to “iPad Lessons”

  1. I signed up and paid for two courses but cannot find a log in page. I type in ipadpete login and it brings up everything but a place to sign in and procede with the lessons. It should be a simple process to sign in but I find it very difficult when I cannot even find the page to sign in. I need some help. Thanks

    • Lionel says:

      Hi Robert, Sorry for the trouble you are experiencing – when you purchased this product you would have been required to enter a valid email address to which your access information for this product would have been sent. That access information would be unique to you and will have all the information required to login or alternatively use the Support details to raise a Support Ticket, where they should be able to help you. Let me know if I can be of any further assistance.

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  4. Les says:

    Nice informative website you have here Lionel – nice work! I am interested to know if the iPad can be used to type documents? Can it open & save Microsoft Office files? Can it open & save PDF files? Thanks in anticipation. LB

    • Lionel says:

      Hello Les and you’re welcome – The iPad most certainly can be used to type documents. Originally, one major point of differentiation between the iPad and the smaller iPod touch and iPhone devices is that the iPad exclusively had compatible productivity software — a version of the iWork Pages, Numbers, and Keynote applications — for word processing/basic page layout, spreadsheets, and presentations, respectively. Although Apple subsequently has released versions of these apps for the
      iPhone and iPod touch, the small displays make the software much less convenient for more than basic review and quick edits of documents, even with the assorted zoom functionality. NOTE: Pages, Numbers, and Keynote are available for the iPad for only here in the US for $9.99 each, a bargain compared to most productivity applications on Macs and Windows PCs.

    • Ferbie says:

      About most, if not all companies that make consumer electronics or products that work in similar ways. Their goals are longevity and profit. This is not a business model unique to Apple nor is it anything new. Sure, for us as consumers it sucks coz we’d like the very best they could give us right away, but when it comes down to it, it’s ALWAYS about maximizing money. Always. Never forget that and you’ll understand the real reason for everything that happens.

  5. Jos says:

    Fiгst of all I would liκe to ѕaу gгeаt blοg! I have a quicκ question in which I’d like to ask if you don’t mind – what are all the differences between the iPad 4th Gen models? Which should I buy?

    • Lionel says:

      Hi Jos, great to have you visiting – there are 3 different iPad 4th Gen models — the iPad 4th Gen (Wi-Fi Only), iPad 4th Gen (Wi-Fi/AT&T/GPS), intended for use on AT&T’s network in the US, and the iPad 4th Gen (Wi-Fi/Verizon & Sprint/GPS), intended for use on Verizon or Sprint’s networks in the US. The iPad 4th Gen (Wi-Fi/AT&T/GPS) also is sold in Canada (for use on Bell, Rogers and Telus), but in general, the iPad 4th Gen (Wi-Fi/Verizon & Sprint/GPS) is the model sold outside of North America. However, both of the iPad 4th Gen models with cellular data capability are sold “unlocked” and are capable of running on any compatible network.

  6. Can I simply say what a aid to find somebody who actually is aware of what theyre talking about on the internet. You definitely know the best way to convey a problem to light and make it important. More folks need to learn this and understand this facet of the story. I cant imagine youre not more fashionable since you positively have the gift.

    • Pretty says:

      Don’t get misled with double your hard-drive talk! Because ipad 1st gen and 2nd gen both don’t HAVE a hard disk drive.  They have solid state storage soldered to the circuit board (or logic board as Apple calls it).

  7. Josh says:

    Hello, i think that i saw you visited my website so i came to return the favor. I liked your two main sections dealing with iPad Lesson Topics and Recommended Products – I’m attempting to find training on iPad techniques to enhance my skills and glad I stumbled across your info! I will definitely try to use some of your ideas!!

  8. Yal says:

    Great website providing tips and advice on how to get more out of ipads. This is the very first time I’ve found your website page and am amazed with your research / incredible effort. I know how difficult it is to find quality lessons – Great job!

  9. Enid says:

    I needed to thank you for this good read and excellent info!! I certainly loved every bit of your video on the iPad Salesman. I have you book-marked to look at new stuff you post… Thanks.

  10. Molly Sidney says:

    I’m so happy to to have found your site. Your video on iPad salesman is excellent! I really enjoyed your article on iPad in School with great content not the random misinformation that is at the other blogs. Appreciate your sharing. ms

  11. yal says:

    Great blog here! Also your site rather a lot up very fast! What host are you using? Can I get your associate link in your host? I wish my website loaded up as fast as yours lol

  12. Hipolito M. Wiseman says:

    Your blog is extremely informative! I will start to follow it, We are iPad/iPhone EXPERTS! and would love to help answer any other questions you or your readers may have!

  13. Salvador Ogan says:

    I was wondering if you could help Lionel, after my install of the iOS update for iPhone 5 & iPad mini, my Internet is ridiculously slow. It worked better before the update. Any fix for it? THANKS!!

  14. Palmer Mazariego says:

    Love the iPad mini it’s perfect! Honestly think when the retina display comes out I will sell my iPhone and buy the LTE version and use as my phone with Google voice. I don’t talk much so this might be a good alternative. Merry Christmas all!

    • Lionel says:

      Hi Palmer – I use my LTE mini now for phone with Talkatone and texting with Google Voice! I rarely use phone functions and it has worked out great so far. Add a Bluetooth headset and phone functions become much easier than using the speaker on the mini!

  15. Alona Bline says:

    My wonderful hubby got me an iPad mini for Christmas. Which, how it works in my house, the hand me down begins. He then got my ipad 2 32gb AT&T model and my 6 year old daughter gets his gen 1 16gb AT&T iPad. Well she doesn’t need a camera or any of the other features that have recently come out but her favorite fairy game is not compatible. Why do app developers do this, instead of expanding the compatibility then exclude the older model, making it obsolete before its time… I know why they do it I just hate that they do it. My question is, is there a way to trick software into thinking the iPad is a different piece of hardware ie making it look like to the app that she is on an iPad 2. I know something similar can be done making it look like your on wifi (for FaceTime) when you’re on cellular.

    • Lionel says:

      Hi Alona – to maintain a seperate codebase to support a device that the manufacturer (Apple) has stop supporting is not feasible. 1st gen iPads make such a small number of total number of iPads that it’s not worth the effort. Also, Apple makes major changes to Xcode so when a new OS comes out, the code used to work on say iOS 5.x would have to be written in legacy code for the 1st gen iPad that stopped receiving updates at iOS 5.x. I have a 1st gen iPhone and wish it could get a bunch of new apps or even updates to the apps that worked before Apple stopped supporting it but alas it’s not so.

  16. Eunice says:

    Hey there! Someone in my Facebook group shared this site with us so I came to check it out. I’m definitely loving the information. I’m bookmarking and will be tweeting this to my followers! Superb blog and brilliant style and design.

  17. Jen says:

    Just wanted to say thank you for some excellent info and what a great video!

  18. Lee says:

    I don’t quite know how I got here but now that I’m here it’s good to see that you know what you’re talking about. Like the info and gonna bookmark and come back. Later!

  19. Kizzie Bronder says:

    I sure like your info and good topics. I need to spend some time learning and much more doing in understanding my iPad. Thanks for excellent information and very good video.

    • Lionel says:

      Hi Kizzie unfortunately there are no short-cuts to using your iPad like a Pro! Thanks for visiting and your kind comments.

  20. Rose Murphy says:

    This a a great looking website with some awesome content but it brings to mind if the new iPad mini has got functionality for recording videos? Also that video on this page is extraordinary and what that salesman chap does is quite unbelievable! Excellent…

    • Lionel says:

      Hi Rose and thanks for your comments – new iPads have a built-in Camera App that not only lets you shoot 5 megapixel photos, but does a surprisingly good job at recording 1080p video as well, and What’s more, the built-in Photos App lets you trim your videos right on the iPad. Hope this helps!

  21. Ramon Rodriguez says:

    Hi I’m having some difficulties installing an app and wondered if you could please help, how do I delete or remove an application that is stuck installing? Thank you in appreciation.

    • Lionel says:

      Hi Ramon, glad to help – applications stuck in mid-installation can be removed simply by restarting or rebooting your iPad.

  22. Denise says:

    Hello there, nice layout and good content here, please tell me if the iPhone headphones / earbuds work with my iPad 4G LTE iPad, buttons and all?

    • Lionel says:

      Hi Denise and thanks for visiting – yes the iPhone headphones are fully compatible with your iPad and all of the buttons and click-features of the iPhone headphones are understood by the iPad, which includes:
      – click to play/pause a song
      – double click to skip to the next song
      – triple click to go back to the previous song
      – volume up and volume down buttons.
      The microphone on the iPhone headphones also works with the iPad. Hope this helps!

  23. Jimmy Micthell says:

    Can I just say what a relief to find someone who truly is aware of what they’re speaking about on the internet. You undoubtedly know the best way to bring ipad issues to mind and make it important. You definitely have the gift. May I ask if I can add PDF files and free ePub books to my iPad? Thanks. JM

    • Lionel says:

      Hey Jimmy, what an accolade and thanks – yes you can upload directly to your iTunes library and read them on your iPad.

  24. Jared says:

    There’s certainly a lot to find out about ipads and I really like all of the info you have, but best of all is that video – I want one of those ipads… lol.

    And can you tell me whether the iPad has a camera built-in?

    Thanks bud!!

    • Lionel says:

      Thanks for visiting Jared and all of your kind comments – yes there are currently 2 cameras on the iPad 2, iPad Mini, and iPad 4. one is on the back and the other one is the facetime camera on the front top of the ipad. Glad to help!

  25. Heath Hudson says:

    Outstanding website and posted articles loaded with hints and tips, I wish other website owners would and should learn a lot from this site. The training issues covered for the iPad are among the best I’ve come across. So much wonderful information here and it’s very user pleasant. Thanks for posting.

    • Lionel says:

      Hi Heath, I value you comments and its really great to receive feedback that illustrates I’m making a difference out there – thanks and call back soon.

  26. Rhiannon T says:

    I am really impressed with the layout on your site and with your writing skills as well. You really have some interesting and relevant topics and articles. Anyway keep up the excellent quality writing, it is rare to see a nice blog like this one nowadays. Rhiannon.

  27. Linda Taylor says:

    Greetings! Wow such very helpful advice on this site! It is the small learning’s that make the biggest changes in operating your iPad like a PRO!! Thanks so much for sharing! lol great video – how does he do it!

    • Lionel says:

      Hi Linda, thanks for the kind comments – if you had an iPad like that then you could also be a pro. Come back soon!

  28. Barbara says:

    What a Fun article and I absolutely enjoyed the amazing ipad video, I surprisingly enjoyed it and had to keep watching. Great stuff – keep doing the good work.

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