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Mastering Your iPhone

Course Description

5 Hrs 6 Min

42 Videos


In this class we cover it all from button functions, screen gestures and settings, to sending and receiving messages and emails and finding, adding and creating contacts. Plus, you’ll learn to utilize everything from navigation and maps to taking great pictures and video. And we’ll give you tons of little tips and tricks that will surprise even the most seasoned user so you can show them up for a change.

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Course Syllabus

The Phone

  1. Home button
  2. Back to Kansas button – at any time press it one time to navigate to the home screen
  3. Volume up/down buttons
  4. Silent/not silent button
  5. Sleep/wake

The Screen

  1. Screen pieces
  2. Status bar
  3. Lock Screen
  4. Home screen
  5. Orientation

The Keyboard

  1. Typing
  2. Changing keyboards
  3. Special characters
  4. Voice control


  1. Tap
  2. Pinch in
  3. Pinch out
  4. Slide
  5. Double tap
  6. Tap and hold
  7. Tap and slide
  8. Patience

Using the Phone

  1. Using the sleep/wake button
  2. Entering your security code
  3. Closing / locking your phone
  4. Open with the home button
  5. Launching the application
  6. Bringing up the keypad
  7. Dialing
  8. Starting the call – ending the call
  9. Getting home


  1. Launching the application
  2. What you see – creating a message
  3. The pop up keyboard
  4. Making sure to use the area code
  5. Sending to a contact
  6. The pop up keyboard
  7. Switching the view


  1. Navigating contacts
  2. Search/quick link
  3. Adding contacts
  4. Adding contacts From scratch
  5. Photo
  6. Multiple phone numbers
  7. Adding emails
  8. Changing ring tones – for this caller
  9. Changing vibration for the caller
  10. Changing text tone
  11. Text vibration
  12. Dialing using the contact record
  13. Messaging using the contact record

The Phone Part 2

  1. More stuff on the screen
  2. Favorites – speed dial
  3. Recents
  4. All/missed
  5. In out
  6. Returning calls
  7. Contacts
  8. Keypad
  9. Voicemail
  10. What to do while your on the call…
  11. Share the wealth using the speaker phone
  12. Punching the keypad while on the phone
  13. Mute
  14. Looking up a contact
  15. Getting back to the screen
  16. Instant conference calls
  17. Start, add, merge
  18. Answering the phone
  19. From lock screen
  20. Answer with a text
  21. Remind yourself to call back
  22. Silence but don’t hang up..
  23. Adding contacts from Phone calls
  24. Creating a contact
  25. Adding to a contact.
  26. Blocking a number
  27. That’s more


You Will Get Certification After Completetion This Course.


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