To explain the iPad iPhone screens, how you use them, organising Apps on Screens, and in folders, finger gestures and how to get around. I’ll cover and show you the iPad iPhone physical details, what they do, how you use them, and how you can change the way some of them work. To provide links to where you can get more information and support.
Apples iDevice interface is easy to use and intuitive. When you first use it you may not agree. But with a small amount of practice, and knowledge of the basic gestures, you’ll quickly come to agree. Compared to desktop computers, it’s really easy. It’s based on touch, a most natural approach. So if you see something you want to investigate, touch it and you’ll usually get a reaction. When you need to enter data, touch the data area (field) and a cursor will appear in the field, and a keyboard pop up for you to type. When you install an App, it will appear as an icon on the Home Screen (there will be many more of these and swiping your finger from right to left, or the reverse, will scroll to these other screens. Group Apps into folders, making them easier to find when you have larger numbers. Finally, there some quick access gestures (specific swipes mostly) that will open panels or features to make your iLife easier.
There are many gestures you can us on your iDevice, but to get started there are only 5 your need to know to get almost anything done. I’ll introduce other gestures (quicker) for you progressively through the course. The basic hand (finger) gestures are: Read More→