Well, first of all, I have to mention that I got my iPad about two months ago, after saving up for awhile. I wasn't all new to the world of tablets/tablet PC's (I owned an Android, tegra-based tablet before this - I won't give any specific names though), but I admit that iOS was a new thing to me. The thing was that, at first, iOS seemed like the retarded brother of Android but, oh boy, was I wrong... The thing is that many iPad4 and its iOS make a perfect duo, of great potential. All the power and possibilities are there, waiting to be unleashed. Anyway, enough of this ranting. Like I said, I was a noob at first, so I wasn't capable of doing anything more complex than checking my email, watching a video and so on - so I searched for a guide. Here was the true problem... the market is over-saturated with useless iPad guides that either explain you only the basic things, either ask a LOT of money for something that should've been included in the original manual, from the very beginning. So I started searching and comparing guides all over the web. Here's one of what I believe to be one of the most detailed iPad guide, which covers pretty much everything. The full guide can be found here: Even if it's not free, it definitely is worth every penny. After all, none of us paid hundreds of dollars just to do the basic things! So here are a few chapters of it: - Very basic things - mail setup, iPad/PC syncing, content management, customizations (nothing uncommon, but it's good to have) - Video streaming - Using the iPad as a hotspot for your other wi-fi devices - Battery optimization (not the "reduce brightness" mumbo-jumbo, those is actually pretty useful) - Data recovering ... and much more. Honestly, I would just upload the guide somewhere and post it here, but it wouldn't be just for its original creator. So, one more time, the guide can be found *****. If anyone already has it, please tell me what you think about it, I would love to hear another opinion.