iPad User Guide for iOS 9.3 by Apple Inc.

iPad User Guide for iOS 9.3

By Apple Inc.

  • Release Date: 2015-09-16
  • Genre: Computers
Score: 4
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Here's everything you need to know about iPad, in a handy digital format. Get to know iPad and discover all the amazing things it can do, and how to do them. It's the definitive guide for getting the most from your new iPad, straight from Apple. The iPad User Guide is an essential part of any iBooks library.


  • Mr

    By djohn2139
    Just what I needed. Being new to Apple products I needed something like a reference book and this meets the mark. Superb
  • User guide for iOS 9.3

    By leahmay8
    Very good and informative book
  • Berry

    By Eno 45
    Very good told me everything I wanted to know
  • iPad User Guide for iOS 9.2

    By Mr O2O
    This book may be a bit lengthy, but in my opinion it's the "bible" for anyone who wants to find out how to efficiently get any answers to how to get the hang or most out of their iPad, then this is the most comprehensive and informative piece of literature a person can have!
  • Crashes on Mac

    By The MacDoctor
    This book crashes immediately on launch on a Mac. All other iBooks are fine. It would appear that there is something wrong with the file for this book!
  • ios 9.3 guide for iPad

    By Tufftybob
    I have version 9.2 of the so called ios guide for ipad, the version for ios 9.3 will NOT UPDATE! I have NOT updated the guide for ios 9.3, because the app store won't update it. It just opens the 'book' (currently in ibooks) for version 9.2 instead. If THIS reviews appears I will eat a chocolate baseball cap!
  • King pin

    By Death to
    Easy to read clear text good all round
  • iPad manual for iOS 9.2

    By Maggieoap
    Excellent guide and information.
  • Patricia Prangley

    By Patprangley
    How can I remove window pc from my apple iPad serial number DMQMTS63F182 with iPad Lightning to USB Cable and USB power adapter supporters WiFi and Bluetooth with Retina display/ screen size 9.7 can you tell me what iPad have as t was birthday present on 12 08 2014 perchase scan dut think it scanning Windows don't have iPhone, I have Broadband cable connection with
  • Not completely definitive

    By Simon in Leeds
    One reviewer said the guide doesn't have an index but It does have one and you can also search for items highlight text and bookmark pages using the controls along the top of the page. To be fair to that reviewer who may be a new user, these functions aren't made very clear in the guide even though they may seem obvious to some. The iBook section does refer to the index or table of contents but it doesn't specify that you have to press the icon with 3 small lines to access it. Apart from that all the basic features seem well covered and even I learned a new trick regarding how to display just the text when using Safari. ( I Will be using this a lot to make it easier to paste just the text from a page or to avoid annoying adverts / images) However there are some of my personal favourites missing such as: How to remove the newsfeed from the search screen. (This saves me countless hours of distraction) How to open YouTube videos in Safari instead of the YouTube app, without deleting the app. (I don't have anything against the YouTube app but I find the lack of a back button makes it too difficult to use.) How to clear the App Store cache when updates won't go away. (Only had to do this once but a good tip to solve an annoying problem that should have been included in this definitive guide. Also there are faster ways to do many of the things listed such as viewing the desktop version of a site in Safari. It's faster to long press the refresh icon to request desktop version of a site rather than follow apples instructions. Also searching for a word on a webpage in Safari. It's faster to just type the word into the address bar at top and select the "On This Page" entry. On the whole though this is a pretty good guide with something for just about everyone. 4 stars because of missing info. For anyone wanting to remove Newsfeed from the search screen 1. Tap on "Settings" > "General" > "Spotlight Search". 2. Scroll down the list of apps and turn off "Spotlight Suggestions". To open YouTube videos in Safari. 1. Type YouTube into the address bar and tap Go 2. Tap cancel when asked to open in YouTube app 3. Long press the refresh icon on right of address bar and tap "Request Desktop Site" 4. Type YouTube into address bar again and tap Go This time Safari will open the desktop version of YouTube and bypass the YouTube app. Note: It's worth saving this page as a favourite then next time you want to search YouTube you can just press the icon of the favourite and it will reopen the desktop version of YouTube. To clear App Store cache. 1. Open App Store app 2. Tap 10 times on any of the tab buttons at the bottom (Featured, Top Charts, Explore, Search, Updates)