Making the Most of Your iPhone

Making the Most of Your Apple iPhone
3 session, 6 hours

Got a new iPhone smartphone and not sure about the many things that you can do with it? This course will acquaint you with the features that come standard with your new phone. You will learn that it is much more than just for phone calls. It is a full communications device that includes texting, emailing and FaceTime communication. Organize your life by using a smartphone calendar. Become familiar with how to configure the settings on your phone to make it work better for you. Setup your iPhone to use the iCloud and its advantages. Customize your device by adding additional ‘’apps’’ (applications) to make your life easier. Configure your email to keep in touch with your friends and family. Take a picture and share them as well. Come to this class with questions that you might have about your new smartphone.

Prerequisite: Knowledge of basic cell phone use is recommended.

Instructor: Bill O’Neal has been teaching with ILR and designing its computer curriculum since 1998. He has thirty plus years’ experience at FCC where he has taught in various credit and continuing education programs. Prior to FCC, he was an adjunct in the Hood College Graduate program. Bill is retired from a 34-year career with the Federal Government in Information Management, where most recently he was a manager in the Directorate of Information Management at Fort Detrick.

ILR797 Making the Most of Your Apple iPhone
4 digit #: 3565
Monday, 1:00 – 3:00 pm, Feb. 20 – March 6
Location: FCC Conference Center/E109
Tuition: $19  Fee: $40  Total: $59
MD Residents age 60+ pay fee only: $40

 

ILR797 Making the Most of Your Apple iPhone
4 digit #: 3564
Thursday, 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm, April 13 – April 27
Location: FCC Conference Center/E109
Tuition: $19  Fee: $40  Total: $59
MD Residents age 60+ pay fee only: $40

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