My Parents Got an iPad explains tablet basics
Did you buy yourself or your technologically challenged parents an iPad? Has the tablet languished on the shelf since then?
If so, Louise Latremouille has the booklet for you. The Delta resident is the author of the My Parents series of beginner computer guides, and she's newly self-published My Parents Got an iPad.
The 12-page booklet opens with images of the front and back of an iPad, with helpful labels pointing out the home button, speaker, and other features. What follows are a bunch of tips, excerpted from Latremouille's larger guide, My Parents Went Mac!
Here's a couple of examples:
• "To go back to the Home screen, press the Home button."
• "Tap on an App to open it."
My Parents Got an iPad is available in print ($4.99) and as an e-book from Latremouille's publishing house, KLMK Enterprises. Thankfully, your parents (or you) won't have to figure out the iBookstore to make use of it.