David Di Franco


How to Become an iPad Expert

Since originally releasing in April 2010, the iPad has quickly become the world's most popular tablet — and for good reason. Not only is it capable at accomplishing everyday tasks, but it has even replaced notebook computers for some users. Like it or hate it, Apple's tablet is here to stay.

What many users are missing out on, however, is the true potential of the iPad. This is especially true since Apple does not include a manual in the box, forcing their customers to go online and fend for themselves. Because the Internet is so vast, finding what you are looking for isn't always so easy. Wouldn't it be great if there was one place you could watch iPad tutorial videos and not be interuppted by noise? This is where iPad Video Lessons comes in.

iPad Pete, the main person behind iPad Video Lessons, has taken the time to record and publish over 100 videos pertaining to the iPad, its features and so much more. While many tutorial videos tend to apply to just beginners, this isn't the case with iPad Pete's collection. iPad Video Lessons includes tutorials for not only beginners, but advanced users as well.

Because there is so much content included, iPad Video Lessons retails for $97. However, that is discounted off the usual $147 price tag — so you would be getting a good deal if you decide to purchase. Your purchase also includes a 60-day money-back guarantee.

If you are interested in giving iPad Video Lessons a try, you can sign up here.