iPhone/iPad Class #1 – Introduction to the iPhone & iPad
January 19, 2021
Online via Zoom
This is part 1 of 4 different & independent iPhone and iPad classes. Students will need to sign up for each class separately. The 4 classes, in total, will cover the basic functions of the iPhone & iPad that everyone could use. Each class will be independent and does not require a precursor class.
Note: This class is NOT for Samsung, Huawei, Google, Nokia, or any Android phone.
Class#1 provides an introduction to the iPhone & iPad, covering the basic functions of the iPhone & iPad and how to communicate with friends and family – making a call, managing an incoming call, voice mail and avoiding unwanted calls.
It will cover the physical device with its controls, buttons and screen displays as well as the touch system used to tap, pinch, stretch, slide and touch & hold.
The basic general settings will be explained, including wi-fi, Bluetooth, software update, Siri, storage and auto-lock.
In addition, the specific settings for passwords and accounts, Touch or Face ID, and Privacy. Location services will be covered in detail.
The keyboard and its functions for auto-correction, spelling, dictation, and Cut & Paste will be explained.
The importance and use of the Contacts application (Address book) – adding and editing contacts will be covered.
Communicating via email is covered: Setting up accounts, writing, replying to and forwarding mail, as well as how to view, add, and save attachments.
Communicating by Facetime and Messaging applications completes the topics for Class #1.
Prerequisite: Desire to learn how to use your iPhone and/or iPad.
What to Have at the Zoom Session: The device that you will be using. You must bring your APPLE ID AND APPLE PASSWORD
Instructors: Bob Cebulski and Len Tevebaugh