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Bringing Your iPad Home

  • Erica Sadun
  • Michael Grothaus
  • Steve Sande

Abstract

Purchasing your first iPad should be a fun and exciting experience for you. Compared to buying a full-fledged desktop or laptop computer, there aren’t as many options to complicate matters. The price tag on an iPad isn’t as daunting as that for an Apple MacBook Pro, so the impact to your wallet won’t be outrageous even if you don’t happen to make the perfect choice. In this chapter, you’ll discover what decisions you should make before either heading to your local Apple retailer or ordering an iPad online. You’ll learn what you need in addition to an iPad, what you can do if you’re not pleased with your purchase or get a faulty unit, and how to get your iPad ready for everyday use. Here are all the basic facts you need to select, buy, and set up your iPad.

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Copyright information

© Erica Sadun, Michael Grothaus, and Steve Sande 2011

Authors and Affiliations

  • Erica Sadun
  • Michael Grothaus
  • Steve Sande

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