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My New iPad, 3rd Edition—New from No Starch Press Updated Edition of this Best-Selling, Task-Based Guide to the iPad

It can be tricky to learn the ins and outs of any new piece of technology, especially from dry manuals or tedious lessons. At No Starch Press, we’ve never cared for either dry or tedious, which is why we’re excited to announce a new edition of the best-selling, task-based, My New iPad, 3rd Edition, a book that promises to demystify everyone’s favorite tablet.

Let’s face it. Most people aren’t buying an iPad because they want to use it to do work. They want to play and they don’t want a lot of fuss. In My New iPad (No Starch Press, June 2012, 312 pp., $24.95, ISBN 9781593274290), best-selling author Wallace Wang offers new iPad owners hands-on, straightforward instructions for getting organized with the Notes, Reminders, Calendar, and Contacts apps (because we all need a little help); set up email; browse the web; set parental controls (there’s a lot of bad stuff out there); use a secret passcode; and encrypt backups.

“This is a get things done and don’t feel dumb with your iPad book,” says No Starch Press founder Bill Pollock. “For everyone struggling with their first tablet, this book promises to make things a lot easier.”

In My New iPad, readers will learn how to:
- Find their way using the Maps app and the iPad’s compass
- Use dictation and keyboard shortcuts to save time typing
- Listen to music, read ebooks and magazines, and take photos and videos
- Use FaceTime to talk face-to-face with distant friends and relatives
- Shop iTunes and the App Store for the best new music, apps, movies, games, magazines, and books

Each chapter presents a new project, making it easy to pick and choose the most interesting ones. New iPad owners will find that help is close at hand with My New iPad.

For more information or to request a review copy of My New iPad, 3rd Edition, contact Jessica Miller at No Starch Press (nostarchpr@oreilly.com, +1.415.863.9900, x110) or visit www.nostarch.com.
About the Author

Wallace Wang is the author of several best-selling computer books, including My New Mac, My New iPhone, and Steal This Computer Book (all No Starch Press). A successful standup comic who has appeared on A&E’s “Evening at the Improv,” Wang appears regularly at the Riviera Comedy Club in Las Vegas, Nevada.

PRAISE FOR My New iPad

“Down to earth, practical, and straightforward. Wang takes you through anything you could want to know about your iPad.”
—MacTips

“A handy reference and a straightforward guide to everything I needed to know about my new iPad.”
—Mac Smarts

“Each chapter is small and comes in easily consumable chunks of information that can instantly help new users complete a certain task with easy to follow step-by-step instructions.”
—Gizmos for Geeks

“A pleasure to read. If you have an iPad, you’ll be well served to get this.”
—Technology Tidbits

“A book that completely removes the mystery of the iPad and holds the hand of the timid first-time iPad user, revealing features that one may have never discovered on their own.”
—SvenOnTech

About No Starch Press
Founded in 1994, No Starch Press publishes the finest in geek entertainment—unique books on technology, with a focus on open source, security, hacking, programming, alternative operating systems, LEGO, science, and math. Our titles have personality, our authors are passionate, and our books tackle topics that people care about. Visit http://www.nostarch.com for a complete catalog.

About O’Reilly
O’Reilly Media spreads the knowledge of innovators through its books, online services, magazines, and conferences. Since 1978, O’Reilly Media has been a chronicler and catalyst of cutting-edge development, homing in on the technology trends that really matter and spurring their adoption by amplifying “faint signals” from the alpha geeks who are creating the future. An active participant in the technology community, the company has a long history of advocacy, meme-making, and evangelism.