One of the reasons we love Apple systems is that they are very intuitive. However, if a user is migrating from Android, Windows or perhaps having their first contact with an Apple product, some doubts may arise, making the adaptation process a little more complicated.
To make things easier, the company created the channel Apple Support at the YouTube, to exclusively publish tutorials and help everyone understand even more about your products.
In addition to clearing up doubts, of course, there are also short videos with several tips for you to enjoy Ma's systems even more, as it already happens in the Twitter support account, the original YouTube channel, the support application and the part help site.
As a user pointed out on Reddit, the Apple Support channel was created on October 5, but only yesterday the first 10 videos were published, all of which were about 1-2 minutes long.
Here are some examples:
How to mute or leave a group conversation
Learn how to leave a group conversation or change message notifications on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
How to print from your iPhone or iPad
Need to print an important document or just a cute photo? See how to print with AirPrint using your iPhone or iPad.
How to capture the screen on your iPhone or iPad
Learn how to capture the screen on an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch and then add drawings, text and more with the Markup.
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