4. Contacts

Say Hello to the Contacts App

You’ve been learning about gestures and home screens and iCloud, but so far you haven’t actually used any of the productivity apps on your new iPad. That’s about to change. The best way for you to learn to use your iPad is to actually do something, and that means opening apps. I’ll start you out slow by introducing you to the Contacts app, the standard iOS application for storing information such as phone numbers, addresses, birthdays, and much more, for your friends, family, co-workers, and miscellaneous contacts.


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