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Tips and Tricks to Better Operate Your New Apple Device

November , 2015
It’s the holiday season and Christmas is around the corner with gifts on the way. If it happens that you get a new Apple product you will definitely need to learn how to better operate it. To this end we curated this list comprising some very helpful user guides created by Apple to introduce you to the different things you need to learn about your new product. More specifically, you will get to learn about your device’s hardware, how to customize its settings, how to install and install apps, how to connect to Wi-Fi and share information and many more tips.

1- iPad User Guide for iOS 8.4


‘Here's everything you need to know about iPad, in a handy digital format. Get to know iPad and discover all the amazing things it can do, and how to do them. It's the definitive guide for getting the most from your new iPad, straight from Apple. The iPad User Guide is an essential part of any library for iPad 2, iPad Air, and iPad mini users.’

2- iMac Essentials


‘Mac Essentials provides everything you need to quickly set up and start using your new iMac. Learn about instantly pairing your mouse and keyboard, as well as how to connect to Wi-Fi, share information, use the apps that came with your iMac, and much more.’

3- Apple TV User Guide


‘Here’s everything you need to know about Apple TV. Use this guide to learn about all the amazing things Apple TV can do, and how to do them. It’s the definitive guide for getting the most from your new Apple TV, straight from Apple.’

4- Apple Watch User Guide


‘Here’s everything you need to know about Apple Watch and the Apple Watch app on iPhone. Use this guide to learn about all the amazing things Apple Watch can do, and how to do them. It’s the definitive guide for getting the most from your new Apple Watch, straight from Apple.’

5- MacBook Pro Essentials


‘MacBook Pro Essentials provides everything you need to quickly set up and start using your new MacBook Pro. Learn about the hardware, as well as how to connect to Wi-Fi, share information, use the apps that came with your MacBook Pro, and more.’