Apple Computing for Seniors in easy steps shows how to put the fun back into your computing experiences - even Seniors can now enjoy the sleek and stylish world of Apple computing! Presented in larger type for easier reading. Computing is no longer a standalone activity on a single device and Apple has created a range of products to help with all of your computing needs, whether you are using a Mac computer, an iPhone, an iPad or an iPod Touch, or a combination of all three. Appleas products are not created in isolation: the aim is to create a seamless experience whether using a Mac computer, an iPhone or an iPad and ensure that content from one device can easily be accessed and opened on another device. This is done largely through the online iCloud service, which can be used to store and backup content from Apple devices and then make this content available to other compatible Apple devices. This is done with a unique Apple ID and can be used to view items such as photos, documents, calendars, address books and notes on Mac computers, iPhones, iPads and iPod Touches. Although this book focuses on the use of Mac computers it also covers using mobile Apple devices with iOS 8, and the iCloud service. Covers OS X YosemiteHowever, an external one can be attached via a USB cable. connect a variety of external devices such as digital cameras, memory card readers, pen drives or external hard drives ... HDMI ports These are ports for connecting your Mac to another screen, such as a High Definition (HD) TV. ... This is now only available on the iMac and Mac Mini as the MacBook range relies on Wi-Fi for Internet connections.
|Title||:||Apple Computing for Seniors in easy steps|
|Publisher||:||In Easy Steps - 2015-02-25|