Mac, iPad, iPhone, Apple Watch, and Apple TV Tutorials
Welcome to Noteboom Tutorials – home of easy-to-follow video tutorials for the Mac, iPad, iPhone, Apple Watch, and Apple TV. With over 2,000 video lessons available for Apple devices, we are here to help you. Take a look, see what we have to offer in helping you learn more about your Mac, iPad, iPhone, Apple Watch, and Apple TV.
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Have you ever needed to show someone where to find a file on the Mac? Maybe you want to write it out in an email? As an example, I want to share where to find the Quickbooks backup files. Well rather than write out instructions like “Look in the Backup Files in the Quickbooks folder […]
I’m happy to announce my tutorial on photography with the Camera app on the iPhone is now available. This tutorial includes 28 lessons on how to get the best pictures while using the Camera app. Lessons include how to take a select burst photos, locking the focus and exposure and why you’d want to lock […]
At Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference keynote on June 4th, the company unveiled the first developer versions of all four of its operating systems: macOS 10.14 Mojave, iOS 12, watchOS 5, and tvOS 12. They won’t be available until this fall, likely in September or October, but here is a glimpse of what you can expect. […]
We know that we can take a single photo when we tap the shutter button on the iPhone when in the Camera app, but did you know you could take a burst of photos when youth and hold the shutter button? This a great feature if you are looking for that ‘perfect shot’ and it […]
Have you ever wanted to import your photos from your camera or iPhone, but you didn’t want to use Photos? Maybe you just want to import them into a photo, or maybe you want see the information about a photo such as the ISO, film speed, or aperture used before you import them. What about scanning?
I’ve added three new lessons to my tutorial on the Clock app for the iPhone and another three to my tutorial on the Clock app for the iPad. These lessons cover adding an alarm, stopwatch, and timer control to the Control Center. I also show you how you can set a timer from within the […]