iPad Survival Guide: iPad Air 2 and iPad Pro from MobileReference - Toly Kay

iPad Survival Guide: iPad Air 2 and iPad Pro from MobileReference

By Toly Kay

  • Release Date: 2016-04-24
  • Genre: Reference
Score: 3
From 92 Ratings


The iPad Air 2 and iPad Pro introduced many new features, which redefined the iPad. This guide will introduce you to these new features, and show you how to use them. These features include: 

- Interactive notifications
- Predictive typing
- Enhanced Siri functionality
- Time-Lapse Videos
- Improved email application
- FaceTime Call Waiting
- Apple Pencil
- Side-by-Side Multitasking
- Watching a Video While Using Another Application 
- Enhanced Siri functionality 
- Low Power Mode to Improve Battery Life 
- Improved photo management 
- Search Upgrades 
- Move to iOS Application for Android Users who Want to Switch 

And many more... 

The iPad Survival Guide for iPad Air 2 and iPad Pro gives task-based instructions without using any technical jargon. This book is very helpful for those who have difficulty using electronics, such as phones, personal computers, and tablet computers. Learning which buttons on your iPad perform which functions is useless unless you know how it will help you in your everyday use of the iPad. Therefore, this guide will teach you how to perform the most common tasks. Instead of presenting arbitrary instructions in lengthy paragraphs, this book gives unambiguous, simple step-by-step procedures. 

Additionally, detailed screenshots help you to confirm that you are on the right track. This guide also explains Secret Tips and Tricks to help you accomplish your day-to-day tasks much faster. If you get stuck, refer to the Troubleshooting section to isolate and solve the problem.


  • What a rip-off

    By UKmmm
    What a rip-off! This is advertised as follows: "From Getting Started to Advanced Tips and Tricks". But all it covers is the absolute basics and not even all of those. I've paid MONEY for this - I'm furious.
  • Good read

    By Sexy scouser1
    It's a good read tells you how to print from the iPad
  • Pointless

    By 19_1_13
    Admittedly this app is ok/under average but iPad user guide is much better and is free also the publishers are apple Inc. Which is also a bonus and considering most of the people buying this book will be owners of a ipad now this doesn't effect me but if you purchased a iPad and you were low on money but you were totally lost on what to to you wouldn't have a quick way to find out if the apple Inc. Didn't exist you could phone apple but still that would cost money or go to a apple store but that would take time and money so that is my review of iPad survival guide by toly k
  • Useful

    By Zeegpaw
    I found this more useful that Apple's guide because it had a couple of hidden things. When getting a guide it is important that we are told things we might not know. Anybody who has used an iPhone or iPod touch knows how to use the iPad, but we need to know the things that make it worth owning an iPad.
  • Wow

    By kylehere123
    Not worth the time and effort. The £1 is disgusting
  • Rating system

    By Smog head
    How can a book with 3 single star rates and 1 two star rating result in a three star rating???
  • Pointless!

    By DA14
    What a totally pointless book. Anyone buying this beware: if you have an iPad then you already know everything this book has to offer. AVOID
  • You don't need this.

    By Ronnie smith
    Honestly I can't see why anyone would need this. Most people would learn this after playing with an iPad for an hour or so. At one point it tells you that you can only put photos on your iPad from a mac and not a PC which you can actually do.
  • Are you serious

    By didhoughton
    Whaaaat, if anybody needs the content from this book they shouldn't own an iPad
  • Ben

    By Ben Ebdon
    Should be free for iPad users