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Learn the Basics - Apple iPhone Introduction

Date(s): March 2nd - 3rd
Day(s): W TH
Time: 4:30pm– 6:30pm
Classes: 2

New to iPhone? Feel like your “smartphone” is smarter than you? Learn the basics from the ground up in our introduction iPhone workshop. This workshop starts with the essential basics you need to know to make your iPhone experience much less frustrating and more enjoyable. Topic covered: Basic navigation, volume and ringers, speakerphone, storing contacts, missed calls/call log, texting, setting up caller id photos, voicemail, passwords, using your camera, finding and sharing your pictures, connecting to wifi internet, and much more!

Special Restrictions: Tuition: $65

Prerequisites: Basic iPhone knowledge & an iPhone 4s or higher with a charger and cable

Note: This workshop requires students to have an Apple ID. Please bring this information to the workshop. If you don’t have one please sign up at: https://appleid.apple.com/

For more information, contact: ccecs@hawaii.edu 8089747664

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