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Learn iOS 9 Fast with “iOS 9: A Take Control Crash Course”

by Adam C. Engst

For those who want to upgrade to Apple’s just-released iOS 9 and come up to speed on what’s new without spending hours poking at every app or winnowing through repetitive blog posts, check out our 121-page “iOS 9: A Take Control Crash Course [1],” by Managing Editor Josh Centers, available now for $15.

A What’s New chapter leads off with an overview of iOS 9’s many changes — including those in Siri, Spotlight, and Safari. The rest of the book describes the details, such as how those with recent iPads can use the new Split Screen, Slide Over, and Picture in Picture multitasking views, plus how to use Mail’s new features, how iOS 9 helps you save battery power, the trick to finding the hidden iCloud Drive app, the iPad’s new Trackpad mode, and much more. Special topics cover Family Sharing, accessibility, privacy, and managing data usage.

Josh helps you use iOS more effectively than ever with advice on:

As with all the titles in our Take Control Crash Course series, “iOS 9: A Take Control Crash Course [2]” provides tightly written, focused content coupled with carefully curated screenshots so you can get the help you need quickly. Don’t miss the sharing buttons that make it easy to share a chapter with Facebook friends, Twitter followers, and others who need the information!

[1]: http://tid.bl.it/ios-9-crash-course-tidbits
[2]: http://tid.bl.it/ios-9-crash-course-tidbits