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Discussion in 'iPad' started by aohus, Mar 30, 2011.
I mean seriously? It'd be more of a hassle to use the iPad than read this damn book. Thoughts?
Seriously. The iPad was made partly so that people wouldn't need books like this.
Shouldn't it be published as an eBook?
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You're a dummy if you need a book like this.
No, if you're that stupid then you don't deserve an ipad
Having said that I'm sure some iDummies I know would.
Even my technically challenged Mother is a whiz on her iPad. That's the beauty of it.
I doubt that even if anyone here purchased it, they would admit to it. I mean, who wants to be a dummy?
is the iOS not dummy enough (no pun intended) for people to buy an iPad for dummy books?
Actually, we bought my 82 year old Mother-in-law an iPad as a gift when she was recovering from surgery. Having never used anything like this before, there was a definite learning curve for her, many, many phone calls between she and I for tech support. I really think this book is ideal for Seniors using an IOS device for the first time. She maintains the iPad was 70% responsible for her recovery, the Doctors, only 30%
How would any jack@$$ needing the book in the first place know how to connect to their network, download/install the app from the app store, and successfully associate the needed online account?
No, but this one is good: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/04..._m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pf_rd_r=06SV89BPNFFRBTJ6AW7T
It's from the perspective of getting the most out of your iPad rather than an introduction for a newbie.
If you can't figure out how to use the ipad then you must be retarded. A 5 year old can use it.
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