Are you stuck in a frustrating—text, call, take a few pictures cycle? You hear about others doing amazing things with their iPhones and you want to fully use its potential as well.
But, where do you start?
Although there is a ton of information available—articles, video tutorials, podcasts, blog posts, photos—on every aspect of learning to use your iPhone, that is also the problem. The sheer volume of information is sometimes more than overwhelming.
Where does one start?
How do you separate the good from the bad? The useful from simply wasting your time.
If you want to learn how to use your iPhone, we have something for you.
Beginning May 1, 2017, BoomerTECH Adventures will offer a FREE 5-Day iPhone Challenge. Yes, learn five significant skills in five days in a friendly, easy-to-understand format.
Once you sign up, we’ll send you a morning email with information about that particular skill-of-the-day and get you ready to learn all about it.
At 1 PM (Eastern) everyday, one of us will be live on Facebook Live to actually walk you through the steps of that day’s skill. If you miss the live broadcast, it will be archived on BoomerTECH Adventures’ Facebook page for your viewing and listening pleasure.
In addition to the Facebook Live session and the opportunity to pose questions there, we will also answer any questions you have about the skill-of-the-day on our BoomerTECH Adventures‘ Facebook page.
Ok, now to the even better stuff!
During the Challenge, you will learn how to…
- Access and use the APP Store.
- Use Google Maps for “turn-by-turn” directions to your destination.
- Stop your screen from rotating when you don’t want it to.
- Keep your phone’s operating system up-to-date and secure.
- Use your flashlight when you need it.
In summary: Each day for five days we’ll send you information about one of these topics. We’ll show you how to apply the skill and we’ll give you a short assignment to try out. Most importantly, you’ll have lots of feedback from us on our Facebook page to answer your questions and keep your learning moving forward.