Lessons On The Mac, iPhone, iPad, Watch, iMovie & Keynote
Sessions at home or remote learning. Available 7 days a week. Call (310) 621-5679.
Using a Mac is not a skill you’re born with.
Contrary to popular opinion, no-one instinctively knows what buttons to push.
So . . . why not get your own personal teacher.
We teach the Mac to kids, adults, and seniors all over Los Angeles.
Classes show you how to use Apple Mail, Calendar, Contacts, Music, Photos and more.
We offer for private home visits with availability 7 days a week. Call (310) 621-5679 now.
I sat down with him to learn the basics of my new iMac. It’s fun when you work with someone who has great patience and good humor. He has a gift for simplifying and explaining complex ideas. I’ve sent him to several friends who fear their new Macs 🙂 So glad I found him.
Selma Morrow – Los Angeles, CA
If you just got an iPhone and don’t know how to use it, don’t feel bad. The device in your hand packs more technology than it took to get Neil Armstrong to the moon.
We teach kids, adults, and seniors in the comfort of their own home.
Classes start with the basics: calling, voicemail, email, and texting. You’ll learn how to shoot rich color images and incredible high definition video that you can share with family and friends.
New to iPad. A home class is a great way to start.
We teach kids, adults, and seniors in cities all across Los Angeles.
We start with the basics: Mail, Calendar, Music, Books, News, and Photos.
You’ll use Apps to get directions, find restaurants, listen to music, play games, and . . . watch TV in bed.
Each session is tailored to your needs.
I know Apple have classes, but I like learning in my own home on my own iPad. I can fit the class to my schedule and not the other way around. Also, I get to call John later that day and go over any questions I have. He’s easygoing, but he really knows what he’s doing.
Lana Siedler – Los Angeles, CA
A home session with an expert teacher is the perfect way to get your Apple watch setup and learn how to use it’s amazing features.
With Watch you can answer calls, schedule appointments, ask Siri for directions, and text your friends… without ever taking your iPhone out of your pocket.
Did we mention it also tells the time?
iMovie is perfect for organizing vacation footage, making fun movies with your kids, or creating a video to celebrate your parents birthday or wedding anniversary.
We can help you or we can teach you how to do it yourself. iMovie is intuitive, but you’ll get more out of it if you take a few lessons.
I wanted to learn iMovie to capture all my daughter’s special moments for graduation. I called John and he was able to come to our home and show me exactly how it all works. The final product was fantastic! He made me feel comfortable asking questions. Highly recommended
Pam Kearney – Pacific Palisades, CA
Keynote is easy to use and produces eye-catching, engaging presentations. You can learn how to build a professional slide deck within an hour.
Steve Jobs used Keynote at Apple events… and he gave more than a few memorable presentations in his time.
It’s what Apple still uses today.
Teach Yourself – Tips For Apple Learning
It’s almost impossible to cause physical harm to a Mac, iPad or iPhone unless you use a hammer. You can find out a great deal by doing a little exploring by yourself.
If you have a question, you’ll find the answer on Google. Most people who are self-taught. . . are just good at Googling with persistence until they find the answer they’re looking for.
This is a great place to learn new things. You may have to do some digging, as there is an awful lot of crap out there, but you’ll generally find some quality content.
Grab A Book
Macs For Dummies is one of the more well-known books for new Mac users. If you can locate a bookstore there are many others you can take a look at. Buying books on Amazon is difficult as you can’t flip through the pages to get an idea of the teaching style. The most important factor in this area is an honest assessment of “Will I actually read this?”
Apple iPhone Manuals are available through the Books app. If you want a comprehensive look at how your device functions this is a good place to start.
There are a ton of Apple blogs online. My own blog is filled with information geared toward helping my clients. Take advantage of what’s free. Simple things you pick up in a few minutes can save you hours.
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