Organize Your Life Using iOS 9 on the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch

Making Cognitive Connections at Home, School, and Work

Have you ever…

  • Wished you really knew how to use your iPhone or iPad?
  • Missed or double-booked appointments?
  • Taken notes and then couldn’t find them?
  • Forgotten about homework assignments?
  • Not allowed enough time to get where you need to be?
  • Wished you had all your contact information in one place?
  • Forgotten a list of shopping items when going to the market?
  • Wished you had a recorder with you to capture important information?
  • Wanted your photos grouped into albums so you could manage them?

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Organize Your Life Using iOS 9 on the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch

Table of Contents

  • Section 1: What Is This Thing You Call Making Cognitive Connections?
    1. Making Cognitive Connections
  • Section 2: Getting to Know Your Device, Even If You Think You Already Know It!
    1. Getting to Know Your Device
    2. Device Basics
    3. More iOS Basics
    4. Entering & Editing Text
  • Section 3: Scheduling your time and time management
    1. The Calendar App—Views
    2. The Calendar App—Events
    3. The Calendar App—Settings
  • Section 4: Notetaking and Memory
    1. The Reminders App
    2. The Notes App
    3. The Voice Memos App
  • Section 5: Stay in Touch Apps
    1. The Contacts App
    2. Mail & Messages Apps
    3. Phone & FaceTime
  • Section 6: Fun and Practical Apps
    1. Camera & Photos Apps
    2. Health & Wallet Apps
    3. The Clock App
    4. Maps & Safari
    5. Weather, Stocks, Calculator, & Compass
    6. The App Store & iTunes

Book features

  • Print sized for easy reading
  • Limited text on each page providing extra white space to prevent information overload
  • Clearly designated quick steps showing step-by-step details for each function
  • Images to help orient the reader to the relevant iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch screens
  • Making Cognitive Connections exercises in each chapter
  • Troubleshooting pointers in each chapter to help you resolve some of the more common errors users make
  • Things to Remember list in each chapter for review of important points
  • Reflect questions in each chapter to help you stop and think about what you learn