Apple One For Dummies

Apple One For Dummies
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A bundle of Apple services, all in one place  All your favorite Apple services are available in one convenient bundle, and  Apple One For Dummies  helps you get the full value out of your subscription. What’s in this Apple barrel? Everything you need to stream music and TV, keep up with the news, play games, store files online, and even stay in shape. This book gives you a bundle of insight on how to choose the subscription level that’s right for you, access and link all the services across your Apple and non-Apple devices, and use all the fun features of each service. This book takes you inside Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple News+, Apple Arcade, iCloud, and Apple Fitness+, showing you how to make the most of each one.  Apple One For Dummies  also shows you how to make changes at any time, so you get all the juice out of your subscription! Get access to 50 million songs on Apple Plus Discover how the all-new Apple Fitness+ can transform your workout routine Use iCloud to store your photos and videos Understand Apple One’s subscription options and get the biggest bang for your buck For Dummies welcomes you to the Apple One-stop-shop that will make your digital life that much simpler.

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Dwight Spivey. Apple One For Dummies

Apple® One For Dummies® To view this book's Cheat Sheet, simply go to www.dummies.com and search for “Apple One For Dummies Cheat Sheet” in the Search box. Table of Contents

List of Tables

List of Illustrations

Guide

Pages

Introduction

About This Book

Foolish Assumptions

Icons Used in This Book

Beyond the Book

Where to Go from Here

Services, Please!

Getting a Handle on Apple Services

What Are Apple Services?

Apple Services in a Nutshell

Apple Music

Apple TV+

Apple Arcade

Apple News+

Apple Fitness+

iCloud

Apple One Plans and Pricing

Cool Devices for Cool Services

Finding Devices Ready for Apple One

iPhone

WHAT IS AN OPERATING SYSTEM?

iPad

Mac

Apple TV

Apple Watch

PCs

Android

Apple One on the WWW

Are You Not Entertained?

Get Yo Groove On

Access Apple Music

iPhone and iPad

Mac

Windows

Android

Website

Groovin’ with Your Tunes

iPhone, iPad, and Android

Mac, Windows, and Website

Not Just TV — TV+!

Access Apple TV+

iPhone and iPad

Mac

Apple TV

Smart TVs and gaming consoles

Non-Apple streaming devices

Website

Watching Your Apple Gogglebox

iPhone and iPad

Mac

Other devices and platforms

Get Your Head in the Game!

Access Apple Arcade

iPhone and iPad

Mac

Apple TV

CONNECT A GAMING CONTROLLER

Finding and Downloading Games

iPhone and iPad

Mac

Apple TV

Lifestyles of the Fit and Informed

Staying Informed with Apple News+

Access News and News+

iPhone and iPad

Mac

All the News That’s Fit to Print (or View)

Perusing the magazine rack

iOS

READING ARTICLES

LISTENING TO ARTICLES

FOLLOWING PUBLICATIONS

macOS and iPadOS

Fitness Fanatics +

Access Fitness+

Supported devices

iPhone and iPad

Apple TV

Finding and Starting Workouts

Finding a workout

Starting and tracking a workout

Every iCloud Has a Silver Lining

Walking on iCloud Nine

What Is iCloud?

iCloud ON WINDOWS? CERTAINLY!

The Storage Conundrum

Signing In and Accessing iCloud

Signing in to iCloud

Accessing iCloud

Buckle Up and Drive!

Accessing iCloud Drive on Your Devices

iPhone and iPad

Mac

Windows-based PC

iCloud.com

Organizing Your Stuff

Creating folders

iPhone and iPad

Mac

Windows

iCloud.com

Managing folders and files

iPhone and iPad

SUPPORTED FILE TYPES

Mac and PC

VIEW YOUR MAC’S DESKTOP AND DOCUMENTS FILES ANYWHERE

iCloud.com

Picture This!

Enable and Access iCloud Photos

iCloud.com

Apple devices

Windows-based PC

Working with iCloud Photos

iCloud.com

iOS

macOS and iPadOS

Windows-based PC

You’ve Got (iCloud) Mail

Setting Up iCloud Email

Creating an iCloud email address

Accessing your iCloud email

Apple devices

Windows using Outlook

Third-party email apps

iCloud.com

Sending and Receiving Email

Creating and sending emails

Formatting emails

Receiving and replying to email

Organizing Email

Deleting and marking emails

Utilizing folders and rules

Tying a Digital String on Your Finger

The Dating Game: Getting to Know Calendar

Accessing Calendar

Apple devices

Windows using Outlook

Third-party calendar apps

iCloud.com

Working with Calendar in iCloud.com

Getting around in Calendar

Creating and editing calendars

Share your calendars

Create calendar events

Remind Me, Again, Please!

Access Reminders

Apple devices

Third-party task and to-do apps

iCloud.com

Working with Reminders

Creating and editing lists

Creating and editing reminders

Complete or delete reminders

Noting Notes and Contacting Contacts

Note to Self

Access Notes

iCloud.com

Apple devices

Working with Notes

The lay of the land

iCloud.COM

macOS

iOS AND iPadOS

Scan documents

3 … 2 … 1 … Contact!

Access Contacts

iCloud.com

Apple devices

Working with Contacts

Knowing your way around

iCloud.COM

macOS

iOS AND iPadOS

Docs and Spreadsheets and Presentations, Oh My!

Accessing and Working with iWork Apps

Using and Saving Files

Supported file types

Pages

Numbers

Keynote

Saving files

Creating and Editing Pages Docs in iCloud

Managing documents

Working in documents

Working with Spreadsheets in Numbers

Managing spreadsheets

Working in spreadsheets

Creating Presentations in Keynote

Managing presentations

Working in presentations

Digital Lost-and-Found

Enable and Access Find My

iCloud.com

Apple devices

On the Hunt!

iCloud.com

macOS

iOS and iPadOS

The Part of Tens

Ten Alternative Apps

MARVIS PRO

SOOR

SPARK

MICROSOFT OUTLOOK

AIRMAIL

FANTASTICAL

BUSYCAL

BUSYCONTACTS

CARDHOP

GOODTASK

Ten Tips and Tricks

REBOOT YOUR APPLE TV REMOTELY

GARAGEBAND SYNC VIA ICLOUD

USE THIRD-PARTY PHOTO EDITORS

LIMIT SCREEN TIME

HEADPHONES FOR MUSIC

DOWNLOAD MAGAZINES IN APPLE NEWS

FREE UP SOME SPACE

GAME CENTER

ICLOUD EMAIL ALIAS

PIN A NOTE

Index. A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

K

L

M

N

O

P

R

S

T

V

W

About the Author

Dedication

Author’s Acknowledgments

WILEY END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT

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I’m going to write something ridiculously obvious right from the start: The way we live and conduct our day-to-day ain’t quite like it used to be. I remember when you had to stay in one room to use the phone, and if you got happy feet there was always the cord to remind you of your place. If you wanted to know what was going on in politics and sports, you had to read the newspaper or wait until it was time for the local and national news programs to air. I was drawn to magazine racks in grocery stores like a cat to a mouse convention; my parents never had to wonder where I was while they shopped.

Computers were cool and all, but until the early 1980s, my only experience with one was our Pong console. Pictures were taken with a camera that you had to load with film, and then you had to have the film developed before you could see that you’d cut off the top of your subject’s head or that he was nearly out of the frame entirely. Calendars were something you hung on the wall and reminders and shopping lists were kept in clunky notebooks or planners. And music was something you could typically listen to only on fuzzy-sounding radios or on vinyl albums that emitted as much hiss as they did tunes. And don’t get me started on the heady days when we transitioned from 8-track to cassette tapes — as someone once put it, “That’s one small step for (a) man, one giant leap for mankind.”

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For years, iPhone and iPad have been great gaming devices, but no one would mistake either of them for an Xbox or a PlayStation. Games on an iPhone or iPad are fun to play and there’s been a huge selection of them for quite a while. Some of the biggest games of recent years may even owe Apple a debt of gratitude for the reach into the world’s households they’ve enjoyed; Minecraft, Angry Birds, and Fortnite leap readily to mind.

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