iPad: The Missing Manual

Errata for iPad: The Missing Manual

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Version Location Description Submitted By Date submitted Date corrected
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1st paragraph

Last two sentences of first paragraph: ...within two years. ( And Windows 8-based tablets wait in the wings.) Should be one sentence: ...within two years (and Windows 8-based tablets wait in the wings).

Note from the Author or Editor:
Change parenthetical sentence to: Microsoft's Windows-based Surface tablet arrives in Fall 2012.

Victor Coelho  Jun 16, 2012  Aug 10, 2012
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Page 4
4th paragraph

In May 2012, Apple changed the name of the name of the model that also works on AT&T and Verizon data networks from "Wi-Fi + 4G" to "Wi-Fi + Cellular." The physical properties of the hardware were unchanged, but text throughout the book (Chapter 3 in particular) regarding the "Wi-Fi + 4G" model now refers to the "Wi-Fi + Cellular" model.

J.D. Biersdorfer
J.D. Biersdorfer
May 21, 2012  May 25, 2012
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Page 10
4th paragraph, last sentence

Outdated info about using iTunes Wi-Fi Sync with a computer on an Ethernet connection. Replace sentence as follows: And if your home network is a mix of WiFi and wired Ethernet connections, you can usually get iTunes to sync either way--with a computer wirelessly connected to your home network, or with one connected via Ethernet cable--as long as the wired machine is connected to your WiFi network router.

J.D. Biersdorfer  May 05, 2012  May 25, 2012