iPhone® – Beginner

iPhone® – Beginner
3 sessions • 6 hours

If you are thinking about or just acquired a smart phone from Apple®, be sure to join us to learn all about this new product. We’ll show you how to get it all set up. From understanding this technology to making it work for you, we will focus on the main settings to connect to the cell phone network and use WiFi and Bluetooth where available. Discover how to create and use an Apple ID to acquire Apps (applications) from The App Store, as well as music and videos from the iTunes Store. Includes assistance with the initial setup of the iCloud® and its advantages. Discussions will feature email considerations and text messaging using SMS and iMessage as well.

Instructor: William O’Neal
A long-term ILR instructor, Mr. O’Neal has managed ILR computer curriculum since 1998. Prior to gaining thirty plus years’ experience as a faculty member at FCC, Mr. O’Neal was an adjunct in the Hood College Graduate program. Most recently he was a manager in the Directorate of Information Management at Fort Detrick and is now retired from a 34-year career with the Federal Government in Information Management.

iPhone® – Beginner
ILR397 • 5-Digit Number: 19309
Wednesdays • 1:00 – 3:00 p.m. • 2/26 – 3/11
Conference Center (E Building) • Room E106
Tuition: $20 | Fee: $59 | Total: $79
MD residents age 60+ pay fee only