Apple's new YouTube channel teaches iOS tips

Apple’s new YouTube channel teaches iOS tips


Apple Support YouTube
Apple Support's new YouTube channel.
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Apple wants to help you make the most of your iPhone and iPad with a brand new YouTube channel. It offers a collection of how-to videos that teach you how to take screenshots, send attachments in Mail, print on the go, and more.

Apple Support has been expanding its online presence to make it easier for customers to find help. It launched an official Twitter account early last year, and now it has its very own YouTube channel. Apple Support is dedicated to providing tips for iPhone and iPad users.

Apple Support hits YouTube

The channel, which launched on Monday evening, currently hosts ten how-to videos. They’ll teach you how to do things like change your wallpaper, mute or leave a group conversation in iMessage, delete call logs and photos, and more.

Each video is under two minutes in length. It provides step-by-step instructions for each how-to, with useful bullet points that make the directions easier to follow. English captions are also available if required. Here’s an example.

Apple will obviously update the channel with new videos over time, but we’ll have to wait and see how regular those updates will be.


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