Apple Ipad Class

Discussion in 'iPad General Discussions' started by brhon, Apr 8, 2010.

  1. brhon

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    Although I think I have done a good job of setting up my Ipad, I am going to the Get to know your Ipad class at the Apple Store this weekend. I will post a review of what they teach if anything new.
     
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    Sounds Good! You never know what small tricks and tips you'll pick up from the experts.
     
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    cant wait to hear what they tell u.
     
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    Surely they will teach you more tips and know-hows of iPad than you actually get, that's the marketing strategy, as what Microsoft had already done before for promoting Office Word. The more you learnt, the more satisfied you will feel upon the iPad.;)
     
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    I did the class earlier this week and lots of the things they showed me were things that i already figured out. That being said i did learn some new things.

    The biggest thing i found useful was organizing my bookmarks. I was having trouble with this and thought i might have to do it on my mac then import them on mobile me, but they cleared it up pretty well. Also the calendar app, and photos have some nice functions.

    As i said most of it i knew, but would recommend it as it was fun and the few things I picked up made it worthwhile.
     
  6. brhon

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    Ghuda-I am looking forward to it. I am sure I could do a better job of organizing my bookmarks. When I bought my first mac i took the PC to Mac class. I learned some cool stuff for that one too. I liked it because during that class they did not try to pitch any products. It was a nice overview.
     
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    Deleted post as I misread subject line.
     
    #7 The Gadget Pastor, Apr 9, 2010
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    Gadget Pastor. The post was about "class" not "case", though I must admit I made that mistake before I clicked in and began reading. Anyway, OT but I agree with your review.
     
  9. iVan

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    Please brhon, I have a question to ask that nobody seems able to answer. The iPads have limited memory, could it be possible to set up some NAS media library and gain access to it via wifi? I hate to have to go fire up the host computer every time I need something. It would be nice to just access a hard disk from wifi. If it's possible, what hardware should I get? A time capsule or that wifi hard drive for the Air?
     
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    There is a way / an app that allows you access to your mobile.me account. So if you have 20gb of storage - you can partition a part of it and then access from your iPad. At least i can do that from my iPod touch.
     

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