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I am almost a little embarrassed that, as Sir Apfelot, I have only now noticed that Apple itself is already providing really well-made and informative manuals for the iPadOS 14.
So yesterday I came across the “Apple User Manuals” department via the “Books” app on my Mac and looked at the iPad manual there, which also takes into account the new functions of iPadOS 14.
I would like to briefly introduce you to the contents of the manual and can only recommend the download. On over 900 pages you will find a lot of material about the Apple tablet and you can also familiarize yourself with the new functions that iPadOS 14 has ready, because there are 8 pages in the instructions for this alone.
Download in German: https://books.apple.com/de/book/ipad/id1524322607
Download in English: https://books.apple.com/de/book/ipad/id1515995498
If you don't want to use the books app and prefer to look it up on the Internet, you can also find a web-based version of the iPad manual at https://support.apple.com/de-de/guide/ipad/
At the beginning of the guide, Apple advises that not all iPad models can be upgraded to iPadOS 14. The following list shows whether your iPad is included. If you don't know which iPad you have, I can give you my article "Which iPad do I have?“Recommend.
The scope of the manual is quite impressive. All topics from the facility, Apple Pay or all Apple's own apps to accessories (only Apple's) for the iPad are presented. The topic of widgets, which for many users is still a book with seven seals, is also explained with screenshots.
The manuals from Apple are all well made and so this one also gives a good insight into the many functions of the iPad.
If you only want to use a free manual, you should definitely download the e-book. If you want to go a little more in-depth and would like to have a little video tutorial in between, you can do that iPad manual (iPadOS 14) by Anton Ochsenkühn look at. I think it offers even more practical relevance and is even more effective for beginners thanks to the integrated videos.
Jens has been running the blog since 2012. He appears as Sir Apfelot for his readers and helps them with problems of a technical nature. In his free time he drives electric unicycles, takes photos (preferably with his iPhone, of course), climbs around in the Hessian mountains or hikes with the family. His articles deal with Apple products, news from the world of drones or solutions for current bugs.