iPhone 13: 2022 User Guide to Unlock the True Potential Your iPhone 13, Mini, Pro, and Pro Max with 133+ Tips & TricksZuzanna Lewandowski
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iPhone 13: 2022 User Guide to Unlock the True Potential Your iPhone 13, Mini, Pro, and Pro Max with 133+ Tips & TricksZuzanna Lewandowski
This is the User Guide to Learning and Mastering the Latest Tips, Tricks & Shortcuts of your Apple Device using Step-by-Step Instructions for Beginners and Seniors The iPhone 12 Pro assumes it's the best smartphone in the world. We can agree or disagree with this The new iOS 15 update brings several useful tools, including the ability to display a three-lens 3D camera for better videos and games, and more There are also many new physical designs and their ability to provide 5G connectivity and integrate two forms of 5G: that's all great This book is a detailed guide to using your smartphone. This will help you get the most out of your iPhone 13 (mini / Pro / Pro Max); iPhone 12 (mini / Pro / Pro Max); iPhone 11 (Pro / Pro Max); iPhone XS (Max); iPhone XR; iPhone X; iPhone 8 (Plus); iPhone 7 (Plus); iPhone 6s (Plus It contains essential tips, tricks, and tricks. It contains specific step-by-step instructions that are well organized and easy to read .)...read.
Apple Watch Series 7:2022 User Guide to Master Apple Watch with 88+ Tips &Tricks.Janička Dvořák
Smart watch - what is it Smart watch is very popular, especially among people who care about the health and are actively involved in sports. This smart watch serves not only to indicate the time. These devices operate on the basis of their own operating system (for example, Apple) or in combination with a smartphone. Often they can even replace a smartphone, especially in situations in which using the phone is less convenient (for example, during training or driving a car). You can easily pick up the device for your style, thanks to the wide range of available straps and bracelets. Suitable for sportswear in training, and for evening relaxation. Do you have an Apple Watch? They're super popular, and an alternative to just having your phone on your wrist all the time. For those of us that are big into Apple products, an Apple Watch might seem like the perfect thing for those who are looking to create a more personalized, and a better manner to take calls and other information. But, how do you use it? What's the best way to get the most out of this? How do you use this watch? Well, you're about to find out. Everything that you need to know about the Apple Watch is included in this, along with updated tips and tricks to better help you understand how to use this. By the end of this, you'll know exactly how to use the Apple Watch. With the Apple Watch, it might seem like a newer system that you don't understand how to use. That's fine, it's totally okay. But, with this book, you'll be able to learn everything that you need to know about the Apple Watch, and how to better master it. You'll be able to use this watch in a successful manner and know how to not just do all of the basic functions, but also how to master other cool tips and tricks as well. With new generations of this coming out, it's worth learning more about, so that you can use this successfully.
iPhone 12 Pro Max User GuideKerry Linsfield
An Amazing, Simple, And Complete iPhone 12 Pro Max User Guide Every iPhone 12 Pro Max User Needs! IF YOU HAVE RECENTLY THOUGHT OF THE BEST & BIGGEST iPHONE OF ALL TIME, it is the iPhone 12 Pro Max . It is very powerful and has the most durable battery lifespan, including the A14 Bionic chip which has a new 3rd generation neural engine, making it the best among the iPhone devices Apple Incorporation has ever made. The iPhone 12 Pro max has more muted colors and are decked out in premium looks, making almost everyone a fan of the metal rim shining around its edges, even though it consists of a real fingerprint magnet. In comparison with the iPhone 11 Pro max, the iPhone 12 Pro Max is just a small amount bigger, while the screen size is being increased to about 6.7 inches, as a result of the shrinking of the bezels around the OLED display. In this book, Kerry made the tips and tricks simplified for beginners, and pros, having the security of your data at heart, and with a view to laying emphasis on the basic twelve things you need to do in comprehensive and simple English as an iPhone 12 Pro Max user with pictures for proper understanding. These are the preview of what you would learn First Important Things to Do on Your iPhone 12 Pro Max; How to Set Up Your iPhone 12 Pro Max; Moving from An Android Device to iPhone; Setting Up Your Cellular Data Plan with eSIM; Connecting Your iPhone to the Internet; Joining A Personal Hotspot; Connecting Your iPhone to Cellular Network; Managing Apple ID and iCloud Setting on your iPhone 12 Pro Max; How to Change Your Apple ID Settings; How to Use iCloud Storage Status; Taking A Screenshot or Screen Record on your iPhone; Creating A Screen Recording on Your iPhone; How to Change or Lock the Screen Orientation on Your iPhone; Turning On screen Items Reachability; How to Use Touch Accommodation; How to Turn off Off the 'Tap to Wake' Option; And so much more Additional Value for this Book Performing Actions By Double and Triple-Tapping on your iPhone Changing the Sounds and Vibrations on Your iPhone How to Lock the Ringer & Alert Volumes Restricting the Volume of the Headphone Temporarily Silencing Incoming Alerts, Calls, and Notifications Using AirDrop to Send Items to Nearby Devices How to send An Item With AirDrop Mark Up Files & Photos You don't want to miss out on the valuable information contained in this book, kindly scroll up, click to get your copy of Kerry Linsfield's iPhone 12 Pro Max User Guide NOW!
iOS 16, iPadOS 16, macOS Ventura, and watchOS 9 for Users and DevelopersWayne Dixon
iOS 16, iPadOS 16, macOS Ventura, and watchOS 9 for Users and Developers Apple continues its cadence of yearly releases. iOS 16, iPadOS 16, watchOS 9, and macOS Ventura are packed with a slew new features. The biggest change for iOS is the new customizable Lock Screen complete with widgets. For iPadOS and macOS there is a new window management feature called Stage Manager. Health gets some improvements with new medication tracking, including scheduling and notifications. If you use Photos there is now a new Shared Photo Library option. Sometimes you need to quickly escape a situation. If that is the case the new Safety Check feature will quickly remove access to your apps, location, and Apple ID account. For those who like to run there are new measurements as well as ways of racing against yourself with a new Race Route function. If you like to compete in Triathlons, you can use the new Multisport exercise to seamlessly move between sports. For developers is a whole new WeatherKit Framework that utilizes the existing Async/Await features, and has a REST API. SwiftUI, Apple’s Swift-only UI framework, continues to evolve with a whole framework of its own, Swift Charts. These topics are just some of the topics covered in iOS 16, iPadOS 16, watchOS 9, and macOS Ventura. The information contained within provides details about all of the new features of each operating system and has something for everyone, no matter what level of expertise.
Mac UnlockedDavid Pogue
Make the most of your Mac with this witty, authoritative guide to macOS Big Sur. Apple updates its Mac operating system every year, adding new features with every revision. But after twenty years of this updating cycle without a printed user guide to help customers, feature bloat and complexity have begun to weigh down the works. For thirty years, the Mac faithful have turned to David Pogue’s Mac books to guide them. With Mac Unlocked , New York Times bestselling author Pogue introduces readers to the most radical Mac software redesign in Apple history, macOS Big Sur. Beginning Mac users and Windows refugees will gain an understanding of the Mac philosophy; Mac veterans will find a concise guide to what’s new in Big Sur, including its stunning visual and sonic redesign, the new Control Center for quick settings changes, and the built-in security auditing features. With a 300 annotated illustrations, sparkling humor, and crystal-clear prose, Mac Unlocked is the new gold-standard guide to the Mac.
The Ridiculously Simple Guide To iPhone 12, iPhone Pro, and iPhone Pro MaxScott La Counte
★★★ From new iPhone user to power user! ★★★ Getting an iPhone can be thrilling and intimidating all at once! On the one hand, it's like getting a new toy-and one of the best phones money can buy. One the other hand, being arguably the best phone means it comes packed with lots of features-lots and lots of features! How do you use all of them? This guide is formatted in a way to help you use your phone (and all its powerful features) as quickly as possible. Nobody likes to spend hours with a manual! They want to use their new toy! I purposely have written this guide to be a little more casual and fun than what you expect from most iPhone manuals. The iPhone is a fun gadget, and any guide should be an equally fun read. Some of the included topics: What's new to iOS 14Using an iPhone that doesn't have a Home buttonUsing Face IDHow to use Picture in Picture for movies and TV showsHow to add widgets to your Home screenOrganizing apps with the App LibraryBuying, removing, rearranging, updating appsMagSafeTaking, editing, organizing and sharing photosApple Services (Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Card, iCloud, and Fitness+)Using SiriUsing pre-installed apps like Notes, Calendar, Reminders, and moreMaking phone calls and sending messagesCreating Animoji'sMust have appsAnd much, much more! Are you ready to start enjoying your new iPhone? Then let's get started! Note: This book is not endorsed by Apple, Inc and should be considered unofficial.
iPhone 11, iPhone Pro, and iPhone Pro Max For SeniorsScott La Counte
The iPhone can be a little overwhelming. It seems to do everything! And that’s part of the problem—you don’t need to do everything. Of course you want to take stunning photos of the grandkids, but you probably can’t think of a good reason you’d want to set up a private network or iMAP / POP email account. You want the basics. How to take photos. How to Use Facetime with grandkids. And how to create custom Animoji’s! This book walks you through what you need to know step-by-step—including how navigation works now that the Home button is gone on newer iPhones. It covers only what most people want to know—so you don't have to comb through hundreds of pages of tech-speak just to find out how to do a common feature. This book is based on the book "The Ridiculously Simple Guide to iPhone 11, iPhone Pro, and iPhone Pro Max" but includes an expanded section on accessibility (like how to make text easier to see). Are you ready to start enjoying your new iPhone? Then let’s get started!
Linux Pocket GuideDaniel J. Barrett
If you use Linux in your day-to-day work, this popular pocket guide is the perfect on-the-job reference. The third edition features new commands for processing image files and audio files, running and killing programs, reading and modifying the system clipboard, and manipulating PDF files, as well as other commands requested by readers. You’ll also find powerful command-line idioms you might not be familiar with, such as process substitution and piping into bash. Linux Pocket Guide provides an organized learning path to help you gain mastery of the most useful and important commands. Whether you’re a novice who needs to get up to speed on Linux or an experienced user who wants a concise and functional reference, this guide provides quick answers. Selected topics include: The filesystem and shellFile creation and editingText manipulation and pipelinesBackups and remote storageViewing and controlling processesUser account managementBecoming the superuserNetwork connectionsAudio and videoInstalling softwareProgramming with shell scripts
The Ridiculously Simple Guide to the New MacBook AirBrian Norman
Every September, Apple holds a press conference to get us excited about the newest gadgets that are certain to suck your wallets dry. The 2018 event, of course, introduced us to the latest Apple Watch and iPhone. This year, however, Apple proved it wasn’t quite done yet. In October, it held a conference to remind everyone of something that many had forgotten: The MacBook Air. It had been 10 years since Steve Jobs wowed us all by pulling a laptop out of an envelope; and it had been 5 years since the last update to the slim computer. Apple never stopped selling Airs, but most assumed its days were numbered—it’s power, graphics, and design just didn’t cut it anymore. Then October came, and Apple proudly reminded everyone that it had not forgotten about the once beloved device. It introduced a new MacBook Air with all the features you’d expect from a modern slim computer: retina display, top of the line processor, memory, and amazing battery life. MacBook Air was suddenly relevant again. If you have purchased the notebook or are just curious about seeing more about what Mac OS can do for you, then you’ll see it in this book. This book is intended for people who want to get started quickly with the MacBook Air. For that reason, it’s not as comprehensive as other guides. If you want to know about some feature buried deep under the hood that you’ll never use, then there are other books for you--I’m sure they’ll make good doorstops when you finish. If you just want a simple guide that tells you what you need to know, so you can use your computer already, then this book is for you. If you're new to Mac--perhaps switching over from Windows, then this book will help you figure out all the similarities and differences; because so many people come to Mac from Windows, this book is written in a way to help with that transition. I purposely have done my best to make this handbook a little more casual and fun then what you expect from most Mac OS manuals. Mac OS is an operating system, and any guide you read should be an equally fun read. Each chapter starts with bullet points on what will be covered, so if something you already know, you can skip right ahead; if you only need to know how to use new features, the book is also formatted in a way that these stand out. Are you ready to start enjoying the new Mac OS? Then let’s get started!
iMac (M1 chip) User Guide 2021Coleman Newton
Discover the Power of the Latest iMac (M1 Chip) Now The new iMac 24-inch possesses a new processor, new design, and a new screen which gives the perfect combination, unlike any other iMac spec you had seen before, while it comes with an M1 chip. A lot of differences between the 24-inch iMac and other specs from the year 2019 are being replaced. When you look at the speakers and microphones, you would get to know that the best is very easy to identify. However, you would also observe just a few ports, bigger and better screen, M1 being the star of the show, while the keyboard now has a built-in Touch ID. Apart from the fact that you can run iPadOS and iOS on it, the processor runs efficiently, thus enabling Apple Inc. to manufacture a sleek, slim, and special iMac chassis. Also, its image signal processor is new and advanced, thus helping you with the creation of better, low-light images which you haven't seen anywhere else. In essence, this book will guide you so well as a beginner up to the pro status on how you can efficiently use your new iMac, with in-depth pieces of information being discussed with pictures and tricks that would aid and help your quick understanding. The following are brief tips of what you would learn: A Brief Introduction Unboxing with screenshots Connection of your New iMac Accessories How to turn Bluetooth On or Off The 24-inch iMac Magic Keyboard Setting Keyboard Preferences How to Turn On or Off the Keyboard Switching Keyboard Languages or Using Emoji Using Keyboard Shortcuts Locking your iMac iMac Magic Keyboard Setting up the Touch ID Using the Touch ID Function keys The Use of Alternate Functions. iMac Magic Mouse Charging the batteries in Your Accessories Using Adapters with your iMac USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter Connecting External Display to Your iMac Getting Started Connecting to a WiFi Network Signing In With Apple ID Enabling Siri Storing Files in the iCloud Choosing an Appearance Setting up Apple PayAnd more. You cannot afford to delay in buying your copy of this iMac 2021 (M1 chip) User Guide. The best time to get updated on your new 24-inch iMac (M1 chip) is NOW!
A Senior’s Guide to Apple Watch Series 7 and Apple Watch SE: An Easy to Understand Guide to the 2021 Apple Watch with watchOS 8Scott La Counte
Learn How to Use the Apple Watch Series 7 / SE and watchOS 8 The Apple Watch is hard to define. It's a great device to…make calls...send messages...use apps. The problem with defining it is there isn't one feature that it's good at. It's good at many things and used for multiple purposes. It's good for fitness. But it's also good for kids to communicate with you from school. And it's good for your health. And...well, you get the idea. It has many purposes depending on who you are. In almost every situation, however, the Apple Watch will save you time and help you stay organized. If you are new to Apple Watch or you just want to use it better, then this guide, which is based off of watchOS 8, will help you out. It covers all of the most popular features. Inside, you will learn about: What's new in WatchOS 8. What's the difference between all of the different watches? What the Apple Watch Series 7 can (and can't) do. WatchOS gestures. Understanding blood oxygen levels and ECG. Using Apple Pay from your Apple Watch. Using Family Setup. Using the Handwashing app. Tracking sleep. Finding, installing, updating, and removing apps from your Apple Watch. Using different Apple Watch features (such as SOS, Breathe, compass). Using different Apple Watch apps (such as Calendar, Reminders, Music). Getting driving directions with the Apple Watch. Using Siri on the Apple Watch. Changing and sharing watch faces. Sending / receiving messages, emails, and phone calls from your Apple Watch. Doing a workout with the Apple Watch Series 7. Watch accessories. And much more! Are you ready to start enjoying your new Apple Watch? Then let's get started! Note: This book is not endorsed by Apple, Inc and should be considered unofficial.
iTunes 11 for BeginnersImgine Publishing & Imagine Publishing
If you’re new to iTunes 11, this is the ideal book for you. Covering everything you need to get up and running, these simple step-by-step guides will walk you through what iTunes is capable of. From uploading songs, purchasing tracks, creating playlists, watching movies and much more, iTunes 11 for Beginners will show you everything you need to know. Designed by experts as an accessible, friendly guide to world-beating software and devices, the For Beginners series will help give you the confidence to learn everything you need to know. Clear, easy-to-understand and comprehensive, For Beginners’ first class tutorials, features and reviews are created with you in mind, ready to give you the tools you need to get the most out of your new passion.
Windows 11 For Seniors For DummiesCurt Simmons
Don't call your tech guru for help—get this book and help yourself! What do you want to do with your Windows computer? Sign up for Facebook to keep up with your friends? Watch a video taken during the latest family trip? Find your latest email messages with a single click of the mouse? Look no further than Windows 11 For Seniors For Dummies to discover how to do these tasks and others that you depend on a daily basis. With this guide to the popular operating system, you find the clear and easy instructions to checking tech tasks off your to-do list. This book focuses on giving you the steps—with plenty of helpful illustrations—you need to complete the essential tasks that you perform throughout your day, like connecting with friends on social media, customizing your Windows 11 desktop with personal photos, and emailing the family about weekend plans. You also find out how to navigate Windows 11 and enhance it with the apps and widgets that you use. Other topics include: Adding shortcuts to favorite apps Personalizing your desktop Creating your private Windows account Setting up the email app Having news delivered to your desktop Chasing down lost files Tweaking your digital photos Setting your security and forgetting about it Reach for Windows 11 For Seniors For Dummies whether you need a basic introduction to Windows, want a refresher on Windows 11, or have a question you want answered right away. You can then spend less time looking for help on how your computer works and more time enjoying the fun parts of life.
Active Directory For DummiesSteve Clines & Marcia Loughry
Your guide to learning Active Directory the quick and easy way Whether you're new to Active Directory (AD) or a savvy system administrator looking to brush up on your skills, Active Directory for Dummies will steer you in the right direction. Since its original release, Microsoft's implementation of the lightweight directory access protocol (LDAP) for the Windows Server line of networking software has become one of the most popular directory service products in the world. If you're involved with the design and support of Microsoft directory services and/or solutions, you're in the right place. This comprehensive guide starts by showing you the basics of AD, so you can utilize its structures to simplify your life and secure your digital environment. From there, you'll discover how to exert fine-grained control over groups, assets, security, permissions, and policies on a Windows network and efficiently configure, manage, and update the network. With coverage of security improvements, significant user interface changes, and updates to the AD scripting engine, password policies, accidental object deletion protection, and more, this plain-English book has everything you need to know. You'll learn how to: Navigate the functions and structures of AD Understand business and technical requirements to determine goals Become familiar with physical components like site links, network services, and site topology Manage and monitor new features, AD replication, and schema management Maintain AD databases Avoid common AD mistakes that can undermine network security With chapters on the ten most important points about AD design, ten online resources, and ten troubleshooting tips, this user-friendly book really is your one-stop guide to setting up, working with, and making the most of Active Directory. Get your copy of Active Directory For Dummies and get to work.
Windows 10 For DummiesAndy Rathbone
Time-tested advice on Windows 10 Windows 10 For Dummies remains the #1 source for readers looking for advice on Windows 10. Expert author Andy Rathbone provides an easy-to-follow guidebook to understanding Windows 10 and getting things done based on his decades of experience as a Windows guru. Look inside to get a feel for the basics of the Windows interface, the Windows apps that help you get things done, ways to connect to the Internet at home or on the go, and steps for customizing your Windows 10 experience from the desktop wallpaper to how tightly you secure your computer. • Manage user accounts • Customize the start menu • Find and manage your files • Connect to a printer wirelessly Revised to cover the latest round of Windows 10 updates, this trusted source for unleashing everything the operating system has to offer is your first and last stop for learning the basics of Windows!
UNIX For DummiesJohn R. Levine & Margaret Levine Young
Manage files, set up networks, and go online with UNIX! UNIX For Dummies has been the standard for beginning UNIX references for nearly ten years, and this latest edition continues that tradition of success. This unparalled resource is updated to cover the latest applications of UNIX technology, including Linux and Mac desktops as well as how UNIX works with Microsoft server software Thorough coverage of how to handle: UNIX installation file management software utilities networks Internet access ther basic tasks A great guide for the first-time UNIX desktop user growing accustomed to the ins and outs of the OS, as well as the beginning administrators who needs to get a handle on UNIX networking basics. Written by John Levine and Margaret Levine Young, longtime UNIX experts and highly experienced For Dummies authors.
macOS Monterey For DummiesBob LeVitus
Unlock the potential of macOS Monterey with this updated guide from "Dr. Mac" himself Macs are famously an absolute pleasure to use. But it's even more fun discovering all the cool things a new version of macOS can do. macOS Monterey, introduced in 2021, makes the latest macOS features available to Mac users everywhere. macOS Monterey For Dummies is your personal roadmap to finding every single awesome new bell and whistle in this world-famous operating system. You'll read about upgrades to the accessibility options, how to use Live Text to grab text from all of your photos, manage your iPhone from your Mac and vice versa, and use the new Universal Control to seamlessly transition between Apple devices. You can also: Learn how to watch TV or a movie with friends while you're on a FaceTime call Explore the new "Shared With You" feature so you can access the content people send to you directly in the relevant app Explore the online world with the Safari browser included with every installation of MacOS Monterey Perfect for anyone who wants to take full advantage of the latest version of Apple's intuitive and user-friendly operating system, macOS Monterey For Dummies is the fastest, easiest way to master the newest features and the coolest capabilities included with macOS Monterey. With hundreds of pages of simple instructions and images of the macOS interface, this is the last handbook you'll need to make the most of the newest macOS.
60 Mac Tips, Volume 1David Sparks & Brett Terpstra
60 Mac Tips is a carefully built list of tips and tricks to make you more efficient on your Mac . With 53 screencasts and over 1.5 hours of embedded video, the book explains why each trick is special and most include a screencast showing you how to perform it on your very own Mac. Carefully paced, this book takes intermediate and beginner Mac users and turns them into Mac power users. Chapters Include: 1. OS X Tips Master Mission Control, demystify proxy icons, replace your icons, build your own automator scripts, and more. 2. Mail Tips Learn tips that will change how you use Apple Mail. 3. Spotlight Tips That little magnifying glass in the upper-right corner of your Mac can do a lot more than you think. 4. Keyboard Shortcuts Learn little known keyboard shortcuts and create your own so you can fly on your Mac. 5. Terminal Tips Does the Terminal seem like some dark and ominous corner of your Mac that mere mortals should avoid? Not anymore. Learn how to tweak your Mac with terminal commands. 6. Third-Party Apps Watch screencasts showing how to get the most out of some of the best Mac utilities. After reading and watching these tips and tricks, you'll be more efficient on your Mac than ever. This book is part of the MacSparky Field Guide series, designed to empower Mac users with great information delivered with fun and panache.
iOS 5 Upgrade GuideMacworld Editors
iOS 5 has hit the stage, and eager users everywhere are getting ready to upgrade their devices. If you’re concerned about the upgrade process, or simply want to know all your setup options before making the big switch, let the editors at Macworld help you upgrade your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad to iOS 5 with this step-by-step guide. After you've set up your device, we'll walk you through the mysteries of iCloud, introduce you to each of iOS 5's marquee features, and uncover hidden gems within apps.
70 iOS 7 and Legacy Tips, Tricks & SecretsSaied G
" iOS 7 is completely redesigned with an entirely new user interface and over 200 new features, so it's like getting a brand new device." We went through all of the 200 features and picked the best ones to show you. We also included legacy tricks as well. Almost every single tip has a video a accompany it so you can see it in action. Be the first to know all the cool things you can do in iOS 7! Check us out at helloiat.com for more books and apps.
12 Things Every iPhone & iPad User Should KnowMacworld Editors
While using an iOS device isn’t hard—and that's partially why we love them—even savvy users like Macworld readers have holes in their iPhone and iPad knowledge. Maybe you know everything there is to know about Safari caching, but you're in the dark when it comes to iPhone photography. Or perhaps you're a Mail maestro, but you'd like to be faster at composing emails on a digital keyboard. Whether you've forgotten an iOS trick or you want to learn some new ones, our editors have you covered. We polled our community—and our newsroom—to create a list of 12 essential iOS features we think every iOS user should know about. Topics include syncing your accounts and data, managing your apps, printing, and working with Bluetooth. You can learn how to troubleshoot meddlesome battery issues and brush up on your security and backup options; we'll also explain the basics of multitasking and editing text, and walk you through shooting a quality photo and working with PDFs. These iOS essentials first appeared as the cover story for our April 2012 issue; not only does the book include all the information from that print feature, we've redesigned the layout, included new galleries and videos, and added a little bit extra for our ebook viewers.
OS X 10.10 Yosemite: The Ars Technica ReviewJohn Siracusa
Yosemite is a milestone in the development of OS X, a product that John Siracusa has been reviewing for Ars Technica since 1999. Learn what’s new in Yosemite: iOS integration, Extensions, application changes, iCloud Drive, and, of course, the bold new look. This is not a how-to guide; it’s a review of the operating system that explores the technologies and philosophies behind the features, all within the historical context of the Mac platform.
iOS 6 Upgrade GuideMacworld Editors
iOS 6 has arrived, and eager users everywhere are getting ready to update their devices. If you’re concerned about the upgrade process, or simply want to know all your setup options before making the big switch, let the editors at Macworld help you upgrade your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad to iOS 6 with this step-by-step guide. Then, let us walk you through each of the marquee features of iOS 6: We'll show you how to get started with the new and improved Maps app, ask Siri about sports scores, enable Do Not Disturb, and adjust the new Accessibility settings. There's no better resource for iOS 6.
OS X 10.9 Mavericks: The Ars Technica ReviewJohn Siracusa
Ars Technica provides an in-depth look at OS X 10.9 Mavericks. John Siracusa has been reviewing OS X for Ars Technica since 1999. The tenth major release receives his usual, thorough treatment. Learn what’s new in Mavericks: the features, the applications, and the technologies and philosophies that underpin them, all within the historical context of the Mac platform, with a special eye towards the ongoing influence of iOS.
Total Mountain LionMacworld Editors
The last few years have seen some dramatic changes at Apple. Apple has built an entirely new business around the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch—devices that run iOS. The wild success of those devices has driven more people into the arms of the Mac for the very first time than ever before. Combine the influx of new Mac users with the popularity of the iPhone and iPad, and you get Lion and Mountain Lion. Mountain Lion makes amends, smoothing out Lion’s rough edges while unabashedly taking another step toward unifying the core concepts of iOS and Mac OS. Beloved features like the "Save As" command have made a reappearance, while apps previously only available on iOS are debuting on the Mac. Whether you’re a relatively new Mac user or someone who remembers the days before there were three colored buttons in the upper left corner of every Mac window, Mountain Lion has something new for you. In this book, we’ve assembled in-depth looks at all of Mountain Lion’s new features and adjustments, and demonstrated how you can use them to their fullest. There’s never been a better time to be a Mac user. And with Total Mountain Lion to help you get acquainted with the Mac’s latest and greatest features, you’ll be on the fast track to more fun and greater productivity.
Total Lion SuperguideMacworld Editors
Nobody spends more time with Apple’s computers and software than the writers and editors at Macworld, the world’s foremost Mac authority. Now, let Macworld’s team of experts take you on a tour of Apple’s newest operating system, Mac OS X 10.7, aka Lion. Rebuilt to incorporate many of the lessons learned from Apple’s mobile operating system, iOS, Lion blends Multi-Touch gestures, full-screen views, improved navigation, and redesigned apps with the same Mac OS you know and love. In this book, we walk you through everything you need to know about Lion, starting with a comprehensive rundown of all the new features present in this version of Mac OS X. We help you install Lion, troubleshoot any installation woes, and learn how to set up a boot disc or drive. Once you’ve got Lion up and running, discover how to navigate the new interface by using Multi-Touch gestures, Mission Control, and Launchpad; share files in AirDrop; and control other screens via Screen Sharing. Avoid ever having to manually save documents again with Lion’s new Auto Save, Versions, and Resume features. Protect yourself from would-be data thieves by using Apple’s FileVault 2 encryption service. And finally, find out about tons of new features, large and small, that Apple has added to the OS’s included applications. Let Macworld show you how to get the most out of Lion and your Mac.
iPhone 5 Starter GuideMacworld Editors
Whether you've just purchased an iPhone or you're coveting one from afar, let the editors at Macworld help you get to know Apple's newest smartphone. Take a tour of the device's exterior and basic features, and learn how to activate a brand new iPhone; discover basic gestures for navigating through apps and home screens; and get acquainted with key features like Siri, Mail, and Maps. Read up on your iPhone's default apps, tweak your settings, and find out how to download more programs from the App Store. And in case you're stumped on how to best outfit your device, we provide suggestions for great iPhone 5 cases, headphones, speakers, and more.
iPhone Field GuideDavid Sparks
This is a limited time introductory price. The iPhone changed the world. With an iPhone in your pocket, you have more computing power available to you than NASA did for the moon shot. How much of that are you using? Learn to get the most from your iPhone from this media-rich book that is sometimes user guide, sometimes opinionated app recommendations, and sometimes iPhone sensei. Built entirely in iBooks Author, this multimedia book includes screenshots, photo galleries, video screencasts, and audio interviews all engineered to make you an iPhone power user. There are over 50 screencasts adding up to over two hours of video instruction, 450 pages, 44 chapters, and over 65,000 words to help you learn how to squeeze every bit of awesomeness from your iPhone. The material is accessible to beginners and power users alike with a thoughtful, fun, and systematic approach to iPhone mastery. Moreover, this book is beautifully designed and a joy to read. This is the seventh book in the MacSparky Field Guide series. Chapter list: 1. Why I Love the iPhone 2. Which iPhone? 3. iPhone Accessories 4. iOS Features 5. Siri and Dictation 6. Making Calls 7. Messages 8. Email 9. Photography 10. Security 11. Cloud Storage 12. Web Browsers 13. Health 14. Contacts 15. Weather 16. Calendars 17. Task Managers 18. Habit Tracking 19. Travel 20. Navigation 21. PDFs 22. Writing 23. Word Processing 24. Everything Buckets 25. Calculators 26. Spreadsheets 27. Document Scanners 28. Mind Mapping 29. Outlining 30. Presentations 31. Automation 32. Home Automation 33. Utilities 34. Social Media 35. News Apps 36. Read Later 37. RSS 38. Reading 39. Watching Video 40. Creating Video 41. Music and Audio 42. Shopping 43. Gaming 44. Apple Watch
Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard 길들이기오경훈
This Book will provide you with... - Best Mac OS X guide for first time Mac Users! - Tips for all questions from installation to custom environment! - Answers to the most frequently asked question by Korean Mac Users! - Every answer, solution, help and tips for all Mac Users!
55+ iPhone 5 Quick-Start Tips and Tricks to Get You Started With Your PhoneScott La Counte
My parents are official iPhone users. I began writing this book when I realized that they could make phone calls and take pictures, but didn’t have the faintest idea how to make the text size bigger on their text messages or a number of other things that I thought were common sense after using the phone for a day. I decided to make a list for them and this book is a result of that. If you have been using Apple products for several years, then this book will probably have a few tricks that you didn’t know—especially if you are upgrading to the new OS (iOS 6). The book, however, is geared towards those getting started. This book is meant to be a quick start reference. It’s not a tutorial on how to use your phone. If you are looking for something that is more hands on and teaches you how to use the phone from square one, then you should try the beginners’ handbook which I have also written: The iPhone 5 Quick Starter Guide. Additionally, if you’d like to just see what major things have been added to iOS 6 then jump to the last section which is just for your reference and does not count towards the 50+ tips in this short guide.
OS X Mountain Lion: The Missing ManualDavid Pogue
What do you get when you cross a Mac with an iPad? OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion. Its 200 new features include iPaddish goodies like dictation, Notification Center, and Reminders—but not a single page of instructions. Fortunately, David Pogue is back, with the expertise and humor that have made this the #1 bestselling Mac book for over 10 years straight. Big-ticket changes. Twitter and Facebook intgration. Air-Play TV mirroring. Power Nap. Game Center. Documents in the Cloud. iMessages. Gatekeeper. If Apple wrote it, this book covers it. Mountain Lion Watch. This book demystifies the hundreds of smaller enhancements, too, in all 50 programs that come with the Mac: Safari, Mail, Messages, Preview… Shortcuts. This must be the tippiest, trickiest Mac book ever written. Undocumented surprises await on every page. Power users. Security, accounts, networking, build-your own Services, file sharing with Windows—this one witty, expert guide makes it all crystal clear. There's something new on practically every page of this new edition, and David Pogue brings his celebrated wit and expertise to every one of them. Apple's brought a new cat to town, and Mac OS X Mountain Lion: The Missing Manual is the best way to tame it.
iMore's iOS 9 and watchOS 2 ReviewiMore Editors
Every year, people ask us to put Rene’s epically-long reviews into a slightly more readable format than endlessly-scrolling web content. This ebook is our answer to you: It packs every sentence, image, and video of iMore’s iOS 9 and watchOS 2 reviews—along with our FAQs for each operating system—into one easy-to-read format. Not only is this a great way to help support the work we do every day at iMore, but we hope it’s a slightly nicer way to enjoy reading about iOS 9’s Siri and Search, Maps with Transit, the News app, iPad multitasking, watchOS 2’s new faces and Time Travel, and more.
90 OS X Mavericks and Legacy Tips, Tricks & SecretsSaied G
OS X Mavericks is Apple's latest and greatest update to their Mac operating system. We've clicked every corner and packed our book with secrets even the pros don't know. Each tips is accompanied by a video so sit back and enjoy our book.
Mac OS X LionRobin Williams & John Tollett
This is the eBook version of the printed book. The latest update of Robin Williams's bestselling guide will have you working miracles in no time with Mac OS X Lion. With this book, you can learn in your own way, whether it's working through the lessons from start to finish, jumping straight to step-by-step exercises about new features, or looking up just what you need to know at that moment. There are hundreds of exciting tools and hidden gems in your Mac. And with the gentle, yet expert, hand of Robin Williams guiding you along the way, you will learn to take full advantage of all that OS X Lion has to offer. If you are new to Mac OS X, you'll learn to use your Mac with help from a world-renowned teacher. From there, you can move on to customize it to suit the way you work. And if you've been using Mac OS X already, you'll learn to use all of the new features in OS X Lion including Multi-Touch Gestures, Launchpad, Mission Control, the App Store, Mail, and much more.
OS X Yosemite Interactive Starter GuideJeff Benjamin
Need to get up to speed quickly on Apple’s latest desktop operating system release? In this guide, I showcase 25 of the new features that appear in OS X Yosemite. This starter guide features 25 carefully-crafted videos that walk you through each new feature discussed. This visual tool will help you become quickly acclimated with some of OS X Yosemite’s most notable new features, improvements, and additions.
Mac OS X Lion: The Missing ManualDavid Pogue
With Lion, Apple has unleashed the most innovative version of Mac OS X yet—and once again, David Pogue brings his humor and expertise to the #1 bestselling Mac book. Mac OS X 10.7 completely transforms the Mac user interface with multi-touch gestures borrowed from the iPhone and iPad, and includes more than 250 brand-new features. This book reveals them all with a wealth of insight and detail--and even does a deep dive into iCloud, Apple's wireless, free syncing service for Macs, PCs, iPhones, and iPads. Perfect for newcomers. Get crystal-clear, jargon-free introduction to the Dock, the Mac OS X folder structure, Safari, Mail, and iCloud. Go in-depth. Learn how use key new features such as full-screen apps, Mission Control, the new Mac App Store, Launchpad, Resume, Auto Save, Versions, AirDrop, and more. Are you even more of a power user? Learn to set up a network, make a Lion flash drive, and even learn the basics of Lion's underlying Unix. There's something new on practically every page of this new edition, and David Pogue brings his celebrated wit and expertise to every one of them. Apple's brought a new cat to town, and Mac OS X Lion: The Missing Manual is the best way to tame it.
The Linux Command Line Beginner's GuideJonathan Moeller
The Linux Command Line Beginner's Guide gives users new to Linux an introduction to the command line environment. In the Guide, you'll learn how to: -Copy, move, and delete files and directories. -Create, delete, and manage users. -Create, delete, and manage groups. -Use virtual terminals. -Use the bash shell. -Safely use the root account with su and sudo. -Change permissions and ownership of files and directories. -Create and edit text files from the command line, without using a graphical editor. -Diagnose network connectivity problems. -And many other topics.
60 Mac Tips, Volume 2David Sparks & Brett Terpstra
60 Mac Tips, Volume 2, is a collection of tricks and tips to make you more efficient on your Mac . With 60 screencasts and two hours of embedded video, the book explains why each trick is special and shows you how to set it up and use it on your Mac. Learn these tips and turn yourself into a a Mac power users. Among these 60 screencasts are tips on macOS Tips, Siri for the Mac, using the keyboard, Spotlight, Automator, Safari, Mail, Apple Notes, Apple Photos, Terminal Tips, and third-party apps. After reading and watching these tips and tricks, you'll be more efficient on your Mac than ever. This book is part of the MacSparky Field Guide series, designed to empower Mac users with great information delivered with fun and panache.
A Beginners Guide to Using Mac OS X (10.10) YosemiteKatie Morris & GadChick
Apple Maps. Robert Downey Jr. Detroit. These are a few examples of great things that just needed some hard work and a fresh look to really explode. After OS X Mavericks was met with indifference, many worried that future OS X updates would continue to be a steady stream of minor upgrades and tweaks. Continuing the new naming convention of Californian locations, the new iteration will be dubbed ‘Yosemite’ after California’s beloved national park, with no relation to a certain Looney Tunes character. With OS X Yosemite, Apple is showing the world that OS X is not doomed to incremental upgrades, and diligently went through everything “feature by feature, pixel by pixel” to create a totally new and improved makeover for an old friend. If you’ve used any OS X version before, there’s no way you’ll feel totally lost as you forage through Yosemite but your computer will definitely look and feel like a brand new system. There are many new changes both aesthetic and mechanical, and this guide will take you through it all whether you're an OS X spring chicken or a grizzled Mac veteran. If this is your first Apple computer (congrats on making the jump by the way!), we will also detail how to switch everything over from your old PC, and show you the differences between Windows and Mac. If you are ready to learn the ins and outs of OS X Yosemite, grab a fresh cup of coffee (decaf if it’s late) and let’s get to work.
The Complete Beginners Guide to Mac OS X El CapitanScott La Counte
Whether you are a new convert to Mac, still thinking about making the switch, or just want to learn more about Macs, this book will guide you through the Mac OS and help you see how making the switch really isn’t the great leap that you once thought it was. While this book was written for anyone new to Mac, it is especially geared for people who are switching to Mac from Windows. This book will show you the basics and show you how to do the common day tasks you know on Windows (like right clicking). It will also show you how to get your Mac in sync with your iPad or iPhone, and how to do everyday tasks like change background, find files, and performance tweaks to keep your Mac running like new. Please note, while every effort has been made to ensure accuracy, this book is not endorsed by Apple and should be consider unofficial.
iOS 7 Upgrade GuideMacworld Editors
iOS 7 is a dramatic re-invention of Apple’s mobile software that goes beyond mere additions and enhancements: The company is changing the very look of iOS itself. The overhauled design sports flatter icons, less skeumorphism, and thinner typefaces. That said, you won’t be completely lost if you’ve used prior versions of iOS: Apple hasn’t changed the home screen much, and the basic gestures and interactions are largely the same, with a few new exceptions. This guide packs in everything that’s new in iOS 7, how to upgrade, and more.
OS X Mavericks: The Missing ManualDavid Pogue
What do you get when you cross a Mac with an iPad? OS X 10.9 Mavericks. Its 200 new features include Mac versions of iPad goodies like Maps, iBooks, and iTunes Radio—but not a single page of instructions. Fortunately, David Pogue is back, with the expertise and humor that have made this the #1 bestselling Mac book for over 11 years straight. The important stuff you need to know: Big-ticket changes. Finder tabs. Finder tags. App Nap. iCloud Keychain. iTunes Radio. Maps. iBooks. Automatic app updating. If Apple wrote it, this book covers it. Nips and tucks. This book demystifies the hundreds of smaller enhancements, too, in all 50 programs that come with the Mac: Safari, Mail, Calendar, Notification Center,Messages, Time Machine… Shortcuts. Meet the tippiest, trickiest Mac book ever written. Undocumented surprises await on every page. Power users. Security, networking, build-your-own Services, file sharing with Windows, even Mac OS X’s Unix chassis—this one witty, expert guide makes it all crystal clear. There’s something new on practically every page of this edition, and David Pogue brings his celebrated wit and expertise to every one of them.
Windows 8 Starter GuidePCWorld Editors
This Starter Guide will explain how Windows 8 works and show you the new features you can look forward to in Microsoft's latest operating system. Let us guide you through the installation or upgrade process and show you the navigation tools you'll need to familiarize yourself with. Learn about the Modern UI, tiles, and accessing the traditional desktop, as well as keyboard shortcuts.
In the Beginning...Was the Command LineNeal Stephenson
This is "the Word" -- one man's word, certainly -- about the art (and artifice) of the state of our computer-centric existence. And considering that the "one man" is Neal Stephenson, "the hacker Hemingway" (Newsweek) -- acclaimed novelist, pragmatist, seer, nerd-friendly philosopher, and nationally bestselling author of groundbreaking literary works (Snow Crash, Cryptonomicon, etc., etc.) -- the word is well worth hearing. Mostly well-reasoned examination and partial rant, Stephenson's In the Beginning... was the Command Line is a thoughtful, irreverent, hilarious treatise on the cyber-culture past and present; on operating system tyrannies and downloaded popular revolutions; on the Internet, Disney World, Big Bangs, not to mention the meaning of life itself.
OS X Yosemite: The Missing ManualDavid Pogue
With Yosemite, Apple has unleashed the most innovative version of OS X yet—and once again, David Pogue brings his expertise and humor to the #1 bestselling Mac book. Mac OS X 10.10 includes more innovations from the iPad and adds a variety of new features throughout the operating system. This updated edition covers it all with something new on practically every page. Get the scoop on Yosemite’s big-ticket changesLearn enhancements to existing applications, such as Safari and MailTake advantage of shortcuts and undocumented tricksUse power user tips for networking, file sharing, and building your own services
The Complete Beginners Guide to Mac OS X Sierra (Version 10.12)Scott La Counte
Every year or so you hear the big pitch: Windows is finally going to be awesome again. The new update is big, grander and a huge overhaul. And then it comes and it’s more buggy, weirder, and less functional than the version that came before! That’s probably what made you consider making the switch—you’re tired of the excuses and you want a computer that just works! Whether you are a new convert to Mac, still thinking about making the switch, or just want to learn more about Macs, this book will guide you through the Mac OS and help you see how making the switch really isn’t the great leap that you once thought it was. This book will show you the basics and show you how to do the common day tasks you know on Windows (like right clicking). It will also show you how to get your Mac in sync with your iPad or iPhone, and how to do everyday tasks like change background, find files, and performance tweaks to keep your Mac running like new. This book is based off of OS Sierra (released September 20, 2016)
OS X Mountain LionChris Kennedy
Perfect for new and longtime Mac users, this no-fluff guide to OS X Mountain Lion is packed with details on system preferences, the desktop, built-in applications, and utilities. You'll also find step-by-step instructions for printing, scanning, networking, sharing, troubleshooting, and going online. A Windows glossary makes switching to Mac (mostly) painless, and keyboard mavens will find a complete list of keyboard shortcuts. New features covered include Notification Center, Dictation, Gatekeeper, Game Center, Messages, Notes, Reminders, Share sheets, Twitter integration, Facebook integration, AirPlay Mirroring, Power Nap, screen-saver slideshows, deeper iCloud integration, and App Store updates. • See live previews of documents, pictures, and folders. • Use Mission Control to juggle all your open windows and desktops. • Dock programs, documents, and folders for one-click access. • See all your notifications in one place. • Use iCloud to store and access the latest versions of your files and settings online. • Sync your documents, mail, contacts, appointments, reminders, notes, and messages wirelessly across your Mac, iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. • Get instant search results for documents, pictures, music, email, programs, and more. • Dictate anywhere that you can type. • Play games on Game Center, Apple's online multiplayer social gaming network. • Post to Facebook and Twitter right from the app you're using. • Mirror your Mac's screen to your TV wirelessly via AirPlay. • Share files and printers on your home network. • Connect to wireless networks with a couple of clicks. • Set up and manage printers, scanners, and other devices. • Download and install OS X, apps, and updates from the Mac App Store. • Secure your data from thieves and snoops. • Plenty of tips, tricks, and timesavers. • Fully cross-referenced, linked, and searchable. Contents 1. OS X Basics 2. The Desktop 3. System Preferences 4. Files, Folders, and Drives 5. Programs and Documents 6. Printing, Faxing, and Fonts 7. Networks and Sharing 8. Online Connections 9. Security and Privacy 10. Maintenance and Backups 11. Switching from Windows 12. Keyboard Shortcuts About the Author Chris Kennedy is a technical writer based in Boulder, Colorado. When he's not planting power-user tips on blogs, Chris climbs rocks, revises his screenplays, and reads the journals of polar explorers.
The Apple TV Pocket Guide, ePub 2/eJeff Carlson
New Apple TV users will want to start using their devices as soon as they get their hands on them, and this guide shows them how. The Apple TV Pocket Guide, Second Edition covers all the latest software enhancements, such as renting movies on the iTunes Store directly from a widescreen TV. The new Apple TV Pocket Guide also covers all the trusted features of the device from syncing iTunes movies and photo collections wirelessly to Apple TV to connecting Apple TV to a widescreen TV to playing movies and showing photos directly on a TV. Readers will also find hints for making the most of the device and troubleshooting advice for when the gadget becomes uncooperative.
Linux Basics for HackersOccupyTheWeb
This practical, tutorial-style book uses the Kali Linux distribution to teach Linux basics with a focus on how hackers would use them. Topics include Linux command line basics, filesystems, networking, BASH basics, package management, logging, and the Linux kernel and drivers. If you're getting started along the exciting path of hacking, cybersecurity, and pentesting, Linux Basics for Hackers is an excellent first step. Using Kali Linux, an advanced penetration testing distribution of Linux, you'll learn the basics of using the Linux operating system and acquire the tools and techniques you'll need to take control of a Linux environment. First, you'll learn how to install Kali on a virtual machine and get an introduction to basic Linux concepts. Next, you'll tackle broader Linux topics like manipulating text, controlling file and directory permissions, and managing user environment variables. You'll then focus in on foundational hacking concepts like security and anonymity and learn scripting skills with bash and Python. Practical tutorials and exercises throughout will reinforce and test your skills as you learn how to: - Cover your tracks by changing your network information and manipulating the rsyslog logging utility - Write a tool to scan for network connections, and connect and listen to wireless networks - Keep your internet activity stealthy using Tor, proxy servers, VPNs, and encrypted email - Write a bash script to scan open ports for potential targets - Use and abuse services like MySQL, Apache web server, and OpenSSH - Build your own hacking tools, such as a remote video spy camera and a password cracker Hacking is complex, and there is no single way in. Why not start at the beginning with Linux Basics for Hackers ?
iOS 12 GuidebookAnthony Thomas
iOS 12 is designed to make your iPhone and iPad even faster, more responsive, and more delightful to use. It features new apps, such as Measure, or Stocks on iPad, while introducing new additions to your most loved apps, such as Memojis in Messages. It's also more secure, more friendly to use, and better than ever before. iOS 12 Guidebook reveals everything you need to know about the world's most advanced mobile operating system. It examines all the major changes in detail, reveals a wealth of minor changes, and takes a look at the visual differences on both iPhone and iPad. It also includes detailed tutorials and tips for all the major apps and settings. You'll discover: - How to install the iOS 12 beta - Major new features and apps - Visual differences - The basics of using iOS - Detailed app tutorials - Essential Settings and configurations - & much more!