So.. my grandparents ~50/60 years old are finally making the move to smartphones, specifically both of them are getting the iPhone 4S. They are both working professional jobs, and use computers regularly so technology is not new to them. That being said they are upgrading from circa 2002 flip phones. I want to give them a basic run down of the following things myself: How to sync/charge your iPhone How to operate the App and iTunes stores How to monitor data usage How to use pre-installed Apps (messages, contacts, maps etc.) Introduction to iCloud and associated services Get their email and other related things setup and configured However after that I'm at a loss. I'm particularly tech savvy, and am good at explaining things; however, I am not available 24/7 for all their questions, and not sure what to do about that. My initial idea is to take a weekend day, or half a weekend day and be there as a guide for them in person. Activate the phones and then go to their house to set them up etc. Then after completing my checklist above, let them just experiment and toss questions at me as they explore. Barring that, are there smartphone classes aimed at seniors or smartphone newbies in general at Verizon or the Apple Stores? Any other helpful information/ideas/comments are welcome, thank you!