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iPad Tutorial

This page was last updated on Thursday 19th of October 2017

iPad tutorial is where you’ll head if you own one of Apple’s iOS devices especially if it’s unfamiliar and you feel a little lost.

While an iPad is an easy device to use, however I reveal some lessons with a few tips and tricks that will aid getting started and enjoying it instead of wasting time figuring out how to use it.

Unfortunately, sometimes without access to some iPad lessons it’s not all fun and games and eventually over time we will come across a few problems with it.

iPad Tutorials

Luckily, for the most part they can be easily solved simply by rebooting the iPad to give it a clean start.  But, there will also be times when encountering a problem and suddenly you wish you had access to some help tutorials and lessons.

So, if you’re one of those looking for the best iPad tutorial, I’ve got some good and bad news…

Bad News…

When I encountered a few problems recently, I spent a few days searching out the Web looking in earnest for the best internet sites to get a quality ‘tutorial’… not a quick task as it turned out trying to find a decent iPad lesson.

What I found actually surprised and shocked me, on one site they claimed that if I wanted “Smart Cost Savings” I could sign up to “$250/year” and make savings…

iPad Tutorial - Learn Tips & Tricks

Paying $250 every year for some iPad training is NOT a particularly good deal in my judgment, and this is what surprised me, it’s normal to find these kinds of prices for lessons!

When looking at the ‘free’ training offers, about 95% of the ones I found were really really poor quality… they didn’t have screenshots, videos generally came with lots of pauses, breaks, and there were no “ninja” tips or tricks, with poor lesson structure.

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Good News…

When I actually found some websites that DID offer a good quality iPad tutorial, they weren’t free, but they weren’t pricey either, and have excellent iPad lessons structure.  These are the 2 best sites I eventually found, no easy task…

1.   iPad Video Lessons (Largest collection of iPad tutorials online)
2.   iPad 4 Idiots

IMPORTANT: Both products mentioned above WILL not only unlock your tablets true potential whilst having FUN, instructions and lessons are clear and EASY to follow, you will discover tablet-features you wouldn’t ever known exist.

iPad Tutorial – An Enjoyable Experience

If you’re navigating your iPad tablet and wishing you could do it like a pro, perhaps it’s time to squeeze the most out of it.

There are certainly a lot of excellent features that aren’t readily apparent on these devises, so here are a few tips and tricks you can try out for yourself RIGHT NOW!

TIP: Getting the Most Out of the iPad

Take for instance, being able to connect your iPad to a TV or using Multitasking Gestures to quickly switch between 2 apps:

  • iPad Tutorial AppleTVThe best way to connect your iPad to your television is with APPLE TV so you can stream apps like Netflix, YouTube and iTunes.
  • It supports AirPlay allowing streaming apps like Crackle, a free app for movies and TV shows [see TIP: Best iPad Apps below].  You can also use Display Mirroring to replicate the display on your iPad to your TV.
  • It comes at a price and seems more expensive against other options; however it’s the only solution that’s wireless which is really handy for playing games like Real Racing 2.

TIP: Best iPad Apps

Try for instance, these 5 best must-have apps available, which should be installed on your iPad to get films through to your morning news.  There’s a little something for everyone:

  • iPad Tutorial App IconsCrackle – The Best iPad Films; delivers great movies and TV shows [its interface accommodates Hulu & Netflix], and is a free download with no subscription costs – yes… free movies and TV shows.
  • Flipboard – The Best iPad Social Mixer; creates an interactive magazine that is tailored to your own particular social experience, by tying together Twitter, Facebook, Flickr and other social sites with traditional magazine and news sites such as Sports Illustrated and CNN.
  • iBooks – The Best iPad eBook Reader; provides avid readers a host of reading options to choose from, it features the Stanza reader for your pleasure and in addition supports Kindle, Barnes & Noble Nook, etc.
  • Pandora – The Best iPad Music; offers the versatility of the website and Home Sharing [access your entire music collection], allowing you to play music in the background while doing other things, and it’s free.
  • USA Today – The Best iPad News; delivers a free daily news dose, as well as a daily crossword puzzle.  You may prefer CNN’s visual news or Fluent News for a profusion of different news sources available.

Where to Get the Best iPad Tutorial

iPad Video Lessons released by iPad Pete is the most comprehensive and best tutorial I’ve found during my extensive search on the internet.

Not only does Pete provide the best quality iPad lessons compliment, he provides it at an extremely affordable price, and with a ‘no quibbles’ 60-day money back guarantee!

I strongly recommend you check out iPad Pete’s website NOW to find out for yourself how good his tutorial lessons actually are (you’ll also be amazed by how good the quality is for the price!):

Click Here To Visit iPad Video Lessons Website

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23 Responses to “iPad Tutorial”

  1. Josephine Sirmon says:

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  3. Jakob Nielsen says:

    I have a 10w iPad 2 wall charger (the one where you plug the USB cable in). My question is can I plug the lightning USB cable into my wall charger and use it to power my iPod touch 5g, or will it overheat or give too much power?

    • Lionel says:

      Hey Jakob, Yes, it is perfectly safe. All of Apple’s iPod/iPhone/iPads are designed to charge on a standard 5V/1A (5W) USB connection, or a 5V/2A (10W) connection found on most recent Mac USB ports and the iPad wall charger. Unlike cheap low-tech devices, virtually all high-tech phones, laptops, and other gadgets have built-in circuitry that automatically regulates the power to the battery, and automatically stops charging when the battery is full. It’s why your iPod won’t randomly explode when you leave it plugged into your computer: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT4327

  4. OminiDixnig says:

    I’m impressed, I must say. Really rarely do I encounter a blog that is both educative and entertaining, and let me tell you, you’ve hit the nail on the head. Your notion regarding iPads is outstanding. I am really pleased that I stumbled across this in my search.

  5. Jamie says:

    This is a fascinating Blog with interesting stuff you have posted, many thanks for discussing and pointing out the tips and guides, I think your training videos are really great and I’ve learnt a lot – so glad I bought your program!!

    • Lionel says:

      Hey Jamie I’m really please that you bought the Video Lessons and that they are helping you – it’s great to get feedback and to know that they help! Thanks for stopping by.

  6. Hsheun says:

    Its not easy to search out and find educated individuals on these devices and actually know what they are talking about – can you please let me know how I take a screen shot on my iPad? It’s a great website and thanks for posting .

    • Lionel says:

      Hi Hsheun,
      glad you found the site and I hope this helps:- to take a screen shot just press the home button and the sleep button at the same time and the screen will flash and a picture sound will be heard and the screen shot will be saved to your photos which you can then email, sync or share the screen shot like any other picture.

  7. Kirsten Dorce says:

    What a wonderful blog layout! How long have you been blogging for? How do I restart and or reboot my new iPad mini? I will bookmark your site as it’s got a lot of useful info and tips, thanks.

    • Lionel says:

      Hi Kirsten and thanks for your kind comments, if you’ve got a locked-up iPad app or misbehaving simply hold the sleep and home buttons together until your iPad restarts – you’ll see the shutoff slider come up first, but just keep holding and the screen will go blank then the Apple logo will reappear as the iPad reboots. Note: this does not reset any data on your iPad it’s just a restart, like rebooting your computer.

  8. Dirk says:

    The overall look of your web site is fantastic, let alone the content! Can you tell me if I can read the iPad manual on my iPad please? Thanking you.

    • Lionel says:

      Hi Dirk, thanks for stopping by – the iPad manual can be read and stored in iBooks on your tablet by simply searching Apple / iPad and find the free-to-download iPad user guide and add it to your iBook-shelf. Hope you have success!

  9. Marge says:

    Hello, I really find this site helpful, can you help me with how can I find or look up my iPad serial number? It really seems like you understand what you’re speaking about! Thanks

    • Lionel says:

      Hi Marge and thanks for the accolade, you can easily find your iPad serial number (S/N) if you have a WiFi + 3G model or by looking up your International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) number and ICCID by (1) Navigate to Settings -> General -> About (2) Serial Number, IMEI and ICCID are listed towards the bottom of the page, along with other information. Hope this helps!

  10. Mike says:

    Wow you have a nice website, please help me know how can I check if my iPad is covered under warranty? Thank you in appreciation!

    • Lionel says:

      Hi Mike, Apple covers your iPad under a Limited Warranty for 1-year from the date of purchase and you can check if your iPad is still warranty covered by going to the Apple’s online service assistant: https://selfsolve.apple.com/GetWarranty.do

      Click the link above and enter your iPad serial number (S/N) and your country, but Apple may want proof of purchase documents to verify your iPad’s warranty status before service is performed.

  11. Jim says:

    Hi, I appreciate the work you’ve put into posting some really great information – keep it up!

    Here is an issue you may be able to help with – how can I search my iPad for music / apps / files with Spotlight?

    Thankx.

    • Lionel says:

      Hi Jim,
      Thanks for your kind comments, Spotlight makes it possible to search the contents of your iPad, to access it, swipe to the right or press the home button when on the first home screen and you will see a small magnifying glass icon at the bottom of the screen above the app dock, or to jump to Spotlight search by touching the magnifying glass when on the first home screen and a text-box will appear that says ‘Search iPad’ and just enter a search term. Hope this helps!

  12. Chloe says:

    hello and pleased i found your blogsite, can you let me know if the iOS 4.2 rotation & orientation lock offer portrait & landscape locking? thank you

    • Lionel says:

      Hi Chloe,
      Though the physical rotation lock switch was changed to a mute switch with the iOS 4.2 update, locking the rotation on your iPad via the dock rotation lock switch still offers both portrait and landscape locking, and the rotation/orientation lock in the dock will lock the iPad in whatever the orientation is at the time it’s locked. This is unlike the iPhone, which only offers portrait orientation locking.

  13. Matthew Galvan says:

    Greetings! Very helpful advice on this article! It is the little lessons that make the biggest changes. Thanks a lot for sharing!

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