Text Messaging Using the Messages App on an iPhone or iPad (for Seniors)

An overview of the Messages app and explains how to send and receive text messages using an iPhone or iPad. Viewers will learn the difference between text messages sent and received via their cellular service provider and those sent and received using Apple’s Internet-based iMessage service. For grandparents who want to be able to communicate with their grandchildren, as well as their friends and other family members, using text messages, this video article offers a basic introduction to setting up and using the Messages app. If you enjoyed this content you may also like Jason Rich’s book, “iPad and iPhone Tips and Tricks” by Que Publishing. The book covers iOS7 for iPad Air, iPad 3rd/4th generation, iPad 2, and iPad mini, iPhone 5S, 5/5C & 4/4S: http://www.quepublishing.com/store/ipad-and-iphone-tips-and-tricks-covers-ios7-for-ipad-9780789752376

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Edwin Valdes Uriel says:

Thank you so much

InfamousAriel says:

Great video

Pyramid Head says:

I’m curious does the iMessage app service use data or is it not counted towards that?

abul hasnat says:

my iphone 5s massage app not working So how can I open this app ??? When I m opening the massage app there all the screen getting white …. I need the selution for this badly

AuotAds4U says:

i would like to ask about iMessage in OS X Yosemite that using appleID,
1- how many apple user IDs can use in iMessage on OS X Yosemite
2- what kind of user of Jabber account in OS X Yosemite iMessage
3- How to user applescript to login user iMessage

i wish to get video about three question above from you to share about OS X Yosemite technology

Thank You.

Lawrence Morales says:

Seriously over complicated for a senior with limited experience.

DarkDestroyerPlayes says:

This really help thanks

Candace Cox says:

It would be helpful to enlighten novices of what abbreviations stand for, such as iOS. Otherwise you’ve already begun to lose them. Teach them upfront how to pause the video or go back. And finally, slow down your speech. People are trying to process what you are saying and demonstrating.

Keisha DeFreitas says:

It was good but I wanted you to show me how to type on messages not show us on settings an that .chu

Stephen Bainbridge says:

Drivel delivered by a dreary monotonous robotic voice totally without tone or charm. A good cure for insomnia!

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