The Rough Guide to the iPad (3rd edition) Paperback – 1 Aug 2012
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Four star book. A good overview and useful tips. A comprehensive introduction to this year's must-have item (The Sunday Express The Rough Guide to the iPod)
About the Author
Peter Buckley has co-authored several bestselling books, including The Rough Guide to Macs & OS X, The Rough Guide to iPods & iTunes and The Rough Guide to The iPhone. When not writing tech books, Peter pens fiction and has had several short stories published. Peter lives in Brighton with his daughter and musician wife.
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Not a vital tool maybe, but definitely worth having if you're an iPad newbie.
Particularly appealing with this book is that it is written by a British author with a sympathetic point of view and specific references here and there to UK contexts. Yet the book would be just as applicable in the USA or anywhere else.
Most manuals are by IT geeks who speak a different language from the average user, sadly much of the book is in that mould. It's full of musings on the technology, eg "that said, many developers do build separate incarnations of their more popular applications" (p 21) and on scaled apps, Page 20. " it will be interesting to see how this situation plays out, given the alternatives available to developers". No it won't, Mr. Buckley. I don't give an f what developers are doing. Just want to use the iPad now.
Disappointing. I will probably throw it away and just learn by using the IPad.
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I find this very helpful. It doesn't have everything in it, but is certainly one to own. I would definitely recommend this product.Published on 14 Jan. 2014 by Borneopost
read it on my kindle was very dispointed it was not helpful at all because iwanted a guide to help me to get the most out of my kindlePublished on 6 Jun. 2013 by Mrs Sealy