The Unofficial Guide to Using Apple Watch
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About the Author Scott La Counte is a librarian at Anaheim (Calif.) Public Library. He is the author of the book Quiet, Please: Dispatches from a Public Librarian (Da Capo Press, 2008), which began as a series for McSweeney s Internet Tendencies. He teaches writing online for the Gotham Writers Workshops. . His iPhone app, LibFind, gives the addresses and phone numbers of public libraries across the United States
Not enough information to be useful Rebecca Stafford Spends too much print on different watch options. Doesn't tell you how to save battery time or what the various red dots etc. are.I had to get another book and have several tutorials with the great and helpful Apple staff and I threw this book out.
He teaches writing online for the Gotham Writers Workshops. Scott La Counte is a librarian at Anaheim (Calif.) Public Library. . He is the author of the book Quiet, Please: Dispatches from a Public Librarian (Da Capo Press, 2008), which began as a series for McSweeney s Internet Tendencies. His iPhone app, LibFind, gi
But an Apple Watch will probably confuse you a little…at first. It’s really not hard to figure out, but there is a learning curve. This book will make using it as easy as possible. The Apple Watch is like nothing Apple has ever offered; you know how to use an iPhone; you know how to use an iPad; you may even know how to use a Mac. Please note, while every effort has been made to ensure accuracy, this book is not endorsed by Apple and should be consider unofficial.. Whether you bought the watch and want to learn how to use it, or you’re thinking about making the purchase and want to see what it is about, then this guide is for you! It will cover the basics, how to customize it, popular accessories and apps available, and everything else you need to know to get the most from the device