- Press Release
To support Apple’s release of the new iPad, John Wiley & Sons, Inc. is bringing to market a series of new instructional books to help readers learn about the new iPad and get the most from the device. Wiley will publish nine new books between April and July 2012 on the new iPad including:
The new iPad Portable Genius (Wiley; 978-1-1181-7303-9; April 2012; US $25.00) by Paul McFedries helps readers maximize features of the new iPad such as the beautiful Retina display, multi-touch screen, 5MP camera, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi +4G capability, eReader functionality, and much more.
iPad Secrets (Wiley; 978-1-1182-4736-5; April 2012; US $29.99) by Darren Murph provides the millions of iPad owners with a true behind the scenes look into a vault of features and little known short cuts of this rapidly changing tablet. Direct from a product reviewer at Engadget, iPad Secrets provides practical information to vastly improve one’s tablet experience, and to make the device more useful as a tool.
Get the most out of the new iPad with the latest edition of iPad For Seniors For Dummies, 4th Edition (Wiley; 978-1-1183-5277-9; May 2012; US $24.99). Written in the friendly For Dummies style, by veteran and bestselling For Dummies author Nancy C. Muir, this book sports senior-friendly larger type and lots of illustrations, so readers can access information as easily as they can on their iPad.
Mac experts and veteran For Dummies authors Edward Baig and Bob "Dr. Mac" LeVitus walk you through the basics as you set up and explore the new iPad, master the multitouch interface, set up iTunes for your iPad, browse the web, find the latest apps in the App Store, synchronize with iCloud, play games, video chat, and accessorize in iPad For Dummies, 4th Edition (Wiley; 978-1-1183-5200-7; May 2012; US $24.99).
The new iPad Fully Loaded (Wiley; 978-1-1182-5216-1; May 2012; US $24.99) is a one-of-a-kind resource for squeezing every bit of functionality from the new iPad. As you progress through this captivating, full-color book, veteran author Alan Hess takes you beyond the basics and show you how to fully utilize your new iPad and its impressive features.
iPad All-in-One For Dummies, 4th Edition (Wiley; 978-1-1183-5238-0; June 2012; US $34.99) contains six minibooks in one to show readers how to power-use the new iPad. In this fun and practical guide, long-time For Dummies author Nancy C. Muir walks readers through the latest functions, features, and capabilities of the new iPad.
Exploring iPad For Dummies, 2nd Edition (Wiley; 978-1-1183-9863-0; June 2012; US $14.99) by Galen Gruman is packed with full-color graphics, informative articles, and easy-to-follow step lists to cover the new iPad hardware and Apple’s latest iOS software.
Teach Yourself VISUALLY the New iPad (Wiley; 978-1-1182-5293-2; July 2012; US $29.99) by Lonzell Watson is a full-color, step-by-step guide to the new iPad that is perfectly suited for anyone who is a visual learner and learns best with minimal text and maximum illustrations.
Additionally, Siri For Dummies (Wiley; 978-1-1182-9928-9; April 2012; US $7.99) by Marc Saltzman gets readers up to speed on everything the iPhone’s voice-activated personal assistant can do, as well as covering the Voice Dictation feature for the new iPad.
The new iPad books from Wiley are available for purchase online and at retailers nationwide in both print and all e-book formats. For additional information visit www.wiley.com.
Mac experts and veteran For Dummies authors Edward Baig and Bob "Dr. Mac" LeVitus walk you through the basics as you set up and explore the new iPad, master the multitouch interface, set up iTunes for your iPad, browse the web, find the latest apps in the App Store, synchronize with iCloud, play games, video chat, and accessorize in iPad For Dummies, 4th Edition.