13 July 2012
One of the difficult things about creating the second
edition of iPad for the Older and Wiser was covering all the important new
features without exceeding the budgeted page count, even though the second
edition is 50 pages longer. To help achieve that, there were some sections that
appeared in the first edition which I removed. Some of them are no longer
current or relevant, but there were three sections which were cut for space
reasons from the second edition, but which you might still find useful. I’ve
put these online so you can still read them.
Click or tap the links below to open the PDF files for these
accessories for your iPad (PDF): This short guide to accessories you might
(or might not) want to buy with your iPad was included in the first edition of
the book, but had to make way for more room to cover subjects like iCloud in
the second edition. The iPad is much more widely understood now than it was
when the first edition was written, so I think this guidance can be safely put
photos between your digital camera and your iPad (PDF): Apple’s Camera
Connection Kit is a great device, enabling you to copy photos from your camera or
SD card to your iPad. It is an additional purchase, though, so this has been
relegated to the website to make more room to cover the photo editing editing
features of the iPad.
playlists for your iPad using iTunes (PDF): This section always seemed a
little bit more complicated than the rest of the book. It still has some great
tips for advanced users, but I think many users will be content with the less
sophisticated playlist features of the iPad, especially since there’s no longer
quite the same need to use iTunes all the time with your iPad. Removing this section
enabled me to create space to cover iTunes Match.
You can read all these bonus sections using your computer or
iPad, and can print them out to read on paper.
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