Here is a list of some great resources you may find useful.
|This information is from me, the iAnswerGuy|
|Free guides to help you with iPhone and iPad apps.|
|Learn how to monitor your child’s iPhone messages with this helpful guide.|
|Here are some helpful iPhone and iPad apps from the App Store|
|Evernote – A great note app for the iPhone, iPad, and Mac. Sync your notes between all your devices. I use it every day.|
|Scanner Pro 7 – Turn your iPhone or iPad into a portable scanner. Easily scan paper documents into PDF files. Can even convert scanned documents into text (Optical Character Recognition).|
|Tiny Fax – Turns your iPhone or iPad into a fax machine. Helpful if you need to fax on the go.|
|Merriam-Webster – Carry a dictionary in your pocket. Provides quick access when you need to lookup a definition.|
|Open Table – Need to make quick reservations for dinner? Open Table is a real-time reservation service. Simple, quick, and easy to use.|
|Map My Walk – One of many activity tracking apps that provides helpful statistics about your walk, run, hike, or biking activity. There are dedicated apps for each activity. Really helpful to track your progress.|
|7 Minute Workout Challenge – Simple exercises to get you moving. Some basic exercises you can do anywhere.|
|I regularly use many of these software programs for the Mac. Several of these have free trial versions, so there’s no risk to trying them.|
|Pixelmator: – Great photo editing and graphics app for the Mac. I regularly use it for my website images. Learn more at www.pixelmator.com. There is also a free trial available, so try it before you buy. There are also app versions for the iPhone and iPad.|
|1Password – Securely remembers all your passwords on your Mac. Also available for iPhone and iPad. 1Password keeps the passwords in sync across all your devices. Also available for pc.|
|Malwarebytes – Industry-leading anti-malware and anti-spyware scanner detects and removes malware like worms, Trojans, rogues, spyware, bots, and more.|
|Here is some helpful information from the Apple website|
|Here are some other helpful websites|
|christianboyce.com – Christian is a great resource for everything Apple|
macrumors.com – This page has a great buyer’s guide for determining the best time to buy a new Apple product
apple.com – This page on the Apple website compares the different iPhone models
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