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For Seniors: Listen to Podcasts on iPad 2

Podcasts are audio broadcasts you can listen to on your iPad. Most podcasts are free and feature a wide variety of topics. Podcasts often repeat at a regular cycle, known as episodes. Each episode of a [more…]

For Seniors: Organize Your iBooks Library on iPad 2

On the iPad 2, e-books are organized in your iBooks library. E-book in the iBooks library are normally organized so that the most recently downloaded title is displayed in the top left corner of the first [more…]

For Seniors: View Your Audio List on iPad 2

With the iPod app on your iPad 2, you can play music, podcasts, and audiobooks. Once audio content is loaded on the iPad 2, you can view it in a variety of ways. [more…]

For Seniors: Play Audio on Your iPad 2

You play audio (music, podcasts, and audiobooks) on your iPad 2 using the iPod app. You can skip through the item you're playing, and pause it when needed. One way to find an item to play is to use the [more…]

For Seniors: Adjust the Volume in iPod

You play audio (music, podcasts, and audiobooks) on your iPad 2 using the iPod app. While the audio is playing, you can adjust the volume to a comfortable listening level. [more…]

For Seniors: Share Music Preferences through Ping on iPad

Ping is a social network for music lovers that's available right on your iPad 2. Through Ping, you can share your musical preferences with friends and colleagues, and maybe learn about an artist or two [more…]

For Seniors: Use AirPlay to Stream iPad Media

With AirPlay, you can stream media on your iPad 2 to your TV or audio speakers. Streaming technology allows you to send media from one device to play on another. [more…]

For Seniors: Use GarageBand on iPad 2

GarageBand is a music playing app that allows you to "play" musical instruments on your iPad. With enough practice playing instruments, you might start a garage band for real! You can buy GarageBand for [more…]

For Seniors: Find Books for iPad 2 at iBooks

iBooks is an e-reader (electronic reader) for iPad that you can use to purchase and download electronic books from Apple's iBookstore. iBooks is free from the App Store, but you must download and install [more…]

For Seniors: Read a Book on iPad 2

Electronic books you download from iBookstore on iTunes and other sources can be read on your iPad 2. Books you've downloaded appear on the iBooks' bookshelf where you can easily browse and read them. [more…]

For Seniors: Make Books Easy to Read on iPad 2

iBooks on iPad 2 allows you to adjust the brightness and make your book pages easier to read. You can also enlarge the text and change the font in order to improve readability. [more…]

For Seniors: Search in a Book on iPad 2

The iPad 2 is perfect for reading e-books (electronic books) in its iBooks app. Occasionally, you might want to search an e-book for a particular topic, sentence, or other reference, rather than jumping [more…]

For Seniors: Bookmark and Highlight E-Books on iPad

If you find a page in an iPad 2 e-book you want to return to, bookmark it. You can also highlight important passages in an e-book. Bookmarks and highlights in your e-books are like favorite sites you save [more…]

For Seniors: Look Up Words in iBook's Dictionary

The iBook app on iPad 2 comes with its own dictionary. As you read an e-book on your iPad, you may come across some unfamiliar words from time to time. Don’t skip over them — instead, take the opportunity [more…]

For Seniors: Edit Video with iMovie on iPad 2

You can capture video with your iPad 2, and easily edit movies you take using iMovie. With iMovie, you can splice two videos together and add music, special video effects, and narration. [more…]

For Seniors: Play Videos on iPad 2

You can watch videos you've recorded, movies, podcasts, and TV shows on your iPad 2 with the Videos app. Videos are played on the iPad's gorgeous screen, but if you want to display the video on a larger [more…]

For Seniors: Play Movies on iPad 2

You can purchase or rent movies from iTunes and play them on your iPad 2. Movies offer specific features such as chapters and closed captioning that make them different from other videos you might play [more…]

For Seniors: Delete Videos on iPad 2

Your iPad easily plays videos, podcasts, movies, and TV shows, so you might collect quite a few. Remove videos you no longer want by deleting them from your iPad. Removing videos you no longer want to [more…]

For Seniors: Turn on Closed Captioning on iPad 2

Closed captioning displays captions at the bottom of the screen, so people who are hard of hearing can read what's being said. Closed captioning is also useful if you are watching a video where it's particularly [more…]

For Seniors: Take Pictures with iPad 2's Cameras

You can take photos with the cameras on your iPad 2, and view them using its gorgeous screen. Pictures shot with the iPad can be displayed one by one, grouped in an album, or in a slideshow that displays [more…]

For Seniors: Import Photos to iPad 2

You can import photos to your iPad 2 from an iPhone, digital camera, computer, or the Internet. After photos are imported to the iPad, you can view, print, and e-mail them. You can also shoot photos using [more…]

For Seniors: View an Album of Photos on iPad 2

With its gorgeous screen, the iPad is a natural for viewing photos using the Photos app. Photos are grouped in albums for easy review. iPad supports common photo formats such as JPEG, TIFF, and PNG. You [more…]

For Seniors: Sharing Photos on iPad 2

Photos on your iPad can be easily shared with your friends via e-mail. When you e-mail photos, they are sent as attachments. Photos you share can be saved on the recipient's computer, iPhone, or similar [more…]

For Seniors: View Photos on iPad 2

The iPad is perfect for viewing photos using its Photos app. Photos can be viewed as albums, individual photos, or a slideshow. iPad supports common photo formats such as JPEG, TIFF, and PNG. To get photos [more…]

For Seniors: Print and Delete Photos on iPad 2

Share photos on your iPad 2 by printing them out. However, it's hard to locate photos for printing if you have too many, so delete any photos you no longer need on your iPad and keep them manageable. [more…]

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