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iPhone User Guide for iOS 7.1

iPhone User Guide For iOS 7.1 Software Contents 8 Chapter 1: iPhone at a Glance 8 iPhone overview 9 Accessories 10 Multi-Touch screen 10 Buttons 12 Status icons 14 Chapter 2: Getting Started 14 Install the SIM card 14 Set up and activate iPhone 15 Connect iPhone to your computer 15 Connect to Wi-Fi 16 Connect to the Internet 16 Set up mail and other accounts 16 Apple ID 17 Manage content on your iOS devices 17 iCloud 18 Sync with iTunes 19 Date and time 19 International settings 19

iPhone User Guide for iOS 8.4

iPhone User Guide For iOS 8.4 Software Contents 9 Chapter 1: iPhone at a glance 9 iPhone overview 11 Accessories 11 Multi-Touch screen 12 Buttons 14 SIM card 14 Status icons 16 Chapter 2: Get started 16 Set up iPhone 16 Connect to Wi-Fi 17 Connect to the Internet 17 Apple ID 17 iCloud 19 Set up other mail, contacts, and calendar accounts 19 Manage content on your iOS devices 20 Connect iPhone to your computer 20 Sync with iTunes 21 Date and time 21 Apple Watch 21 International settings 22

iPhone User Guide for iOS 6.1

iPhone User Guide For iOS 6.1 Software Contents 7 Chapter 1: iPhone at a Glance 7 iPhone 5 overview 7 Accessories 8 Buttons 10 Status icons 12 Chapter 2: Getting Started 12 What you need 12 Installing the SIM card 13 Setting up and activating iPhone 13 Connecting iPhone to your computer 13 Connecting to the Internet 14 Setting up mail and other accounts 14 Apple ID 14 Managing content on your iOS devices 15 iCloud 16 Syncing with iTunes 16 Viewing this user guide on iPhone 17 Chapter 3

About Hearing Aid Compatibility (HAC) requirements for iPhone

Most iPhone devices are hearing-aid compatible with a broad range of hearing aids under the FCC requirements for hearing-aid compatibility (HAC). You can use Made for iPhone hearing aids with many iPhone models as well. See the HAC ratings for hearing-aid compatible iPhone devices below. If you're not sure, learn which iPhone model you have.

GarageBand for Mac: Instrument Smart Controls

in different instrument categories and how they affect the sound. Guitar and Bass Electric guitar and bass patches all provide Gain and Tone controls. Gain adjusts the level of the sound and can also introduce an overdriven effect. Tone changes the color of the sound, making it brighter or darker, or warmer or harsher, depending on the patch. Effects controls vary between patches, but may include Chorus, Delay, Reverb, and Flanger effects. See Effect types for descriptions. Acoustic guitar and bass patches

GarageBand for Mac: Glossary

Glossary amp Short for amplifier , especially an electric guitar amplifier . Two types of guitar amps are a combo and a stack. GarageBand includes a variety of amp models that simulate the sound of famous guitar amplifiers . Apple Loops Prerecorded audio files (either audio or MIDI regions) that can shift in pitch or tempo and that are designed to play repeatedly. GarageBand includes a large library of Apple Loops that you can add to your projects. You can search for and preview loops in the Loop

iPhone User Guide for iOS 5.1

iPhone User Guide For iOS 5.1 Software Contents 9 Chapter 1: iPhone at a Glance 9 iPhone overview 9 Accessories 10 Buttons 12 Status icons 14 Chapter 2: Getting Started 14 Viewing this user guide on iPhone 14 What you need 14 Installing the SIM card 15 Setup and activation 15 Connecting iPhone to your computer 15 Connecting to the Internet 16 Setting up mail and other accounts 16 Managing content on your iOS devices 16 iCloud 18 Syncing with iTunes 19 Chapter 3: Basics 19 Using apps 22

HomePod - Technical Specifications

Size, Weight, and Color Dimensions: 6.8 inches high (172 mm) 5.6 inches wide (142 mm) Weight: 5.5 pounds (2.5 kg) Color: Space Gray White Audio Technology High-excursion woofer with custom amplifier Array of seven horn-loaded tweeters, each with its own custom amplifier Six-microphone array for far-field Siri Internal low-frequency calibration microphone for automatic bass correction Direct and ambient audio beamforming Transparent studio-level dynamic processing Audio Formats HE-AAC (V1), AAC

GarageBand for iOS (iPhone, iPod touch): Play the Drums

Play the Drums Using the Drums Touch Instrument, you can play a drum kit simply by tapping the onscreen drums. You can choose either an acoustic or electronic drum kit. Choose a drum kit Tap the Navigation button in the control bar, tap the Sounds button, then tap the drum kit you want to play. Acoustic drum kits show a realistic-looking set of drums, and electronic drum kits show a grid of drum pads. You can access an acoustic or electronic drum kit directly from the browser by tapping

GarageBand for Mac: Use the direct box

that ramps up from -24 dB at 10 Hz to + 3 dB at around 900 Hz. Suitable for acoustic and electric guitar. 6: A sloped EQ curve that ramps up from -24 dB at 10 Hz to +3 dB at around 900 Hz. The signal rolls off by approximately 6 dB between 10 and 20 kHz. Suitable for electric and bass guitar. Tone on/off button: Turn the tone control on or off. Blend slider: Drag to hear the Direct Box alone or in parallel with the amplifier . Amp button: View the Bass Amp interface and controls. Click the Direct Box

Apple Web Server notifications, 2012

This article provides credit to people who have reported potential security issues in Apple's web servers.

iMac (27-inch, Mid 2011) - Technical Specifications

camera Simultaneously supports full native resolution on the built-in display and up to a 30-inch display (2560 by 1600 pixels) on an external display Support for extended desktop and video mirroring modes Audio Built-in stereo speakers Two internal 17-watt high-efficiency amplifiers Headphone/optical digital audio output (minijack) Audio line in/optical digital audio input (minijack) Built-in microphone Support for Apple iPhone headset with microphone Connections and Expansion Two Thunderbolt ports

iMac (21.5-inch, Late 2011) - Technical Specifications

, and headphone minijack. Built-in stereo speakers Two internal 20-watt high-efficiency amplifiers Headphone/optical digital audio output (minijack) Audio line in/optical digital audio input (minijack) Built-in microphone Support for Apple iPhone headset with microphone Connections and Expansion SuperDrive, SDXC card slot, audio in, audio out, USB 2.0, FireWire 800, Mini DisplayPort, Gigabit Ethernet. Mini DisplayPort output with support for DVI, VGA, and dual-link DVI (adapters sold separately) One FireWire

iMac (27-inch, Mid 2010) - Technical Specifications

/optical digital audio output (minijack) Audio line in/optical digital audio input (minijack) Built-in microphone Support for Apple iPhone headset with microphone Environmental Status Report iMac is designed with the following features to reduce its environmental impact: Arsenic-free display glass BFR-free PVC-free3 Highly recyclable aluminum and glass enclosures Meets ENERGY STAR 5.0 requirements Rated EPEAT Gold4 Acoustic Performance DECLARED NOISE EMISSIONS in accordance with ISO 9296 Sound Power

iMac (21.5-inch, Mid 2011) - Technical Specifications

desktop and video mirroring modes Audio Built-in stereo speakers Two internal 17-watt high-efficiency amplifiers Headphone/optical digital audio output (minijack) Audio line in/optical digital audio input (minijack) Built-in microphone Support for Apple iPhone headset with microphone Connections and Expansion One Thunderbolt port Mini DisplayPort output with support for DVI, VGA, and dual-link DVI (adapters sold separately) One FireWire 800 port; 7 watts Four USB 2.0 ports SDXC card slot Slot

iMac (21.5-inch, Mid 2010) - Technical Specifications

for Apple iPhone headset with microphone Environmental Status Report iMac is designed with the following features to reduce its environmental impact: Arsenic-free display glass BFR-free PVC-free3 Highly recyclable aluminum and glass enclosures Meets ENERGY STAR 5.0 requirements Rated EPEAT Gold4 Acoustic Performance DECLARED NOISE EMISSIONS in accordance with ISO 9296 Sound Power Level LWAd (B) 1 B = 10 dB Sound Pressure Level Operator Position LpAm (dB) 21.5-inch, 3.06 GHz 21.5-inch, 3.2 GHz 21.5

GarageBand for Mac: Add and edit effect plug-ins

effects to double individual sounds to resemble a group of instruments playing the same melody, to generate rhythmic effects, or to enhance the stereo position of tracks in your songs. Distortion: Distortion effects, which include amp simulation and overdrive, change the tone of the original sound to re-create analog or digital distortion. Vacuum tubes were used in audio amplifiers before the development of digital audio technology and are still used in some amplifiers today. Overdriven tube amps

GarageBand for iOS 2.0.x (iPhone, iPod touch): Play the Drums

Play the Drums Using the Drums Touch Instrument, you can play a drum kit simply by tapping the onscreen drums. You can choose from either acoustic or electronic drum kits. Choose a drum kit Tap the Navigation button in the control bar, tap the Sounds button, then tap the drum kit you want to play. Acoustic drum kits show a realistic-looking set of drums, and electronic drum kits show a grid of drum pads. Play the drums in the drum kit Tap the onscreen drums (for electronic kits, drum pads

iMac (27-inch, Late 2009) - Technical Specifications

-efficiency amplifiers Headphone/optical digital audio output (minijack) Audio line in/optical digital audio input (minijack) Built-in microphone Support for Apple Stereo Headset with microphone Environmental Status Report iMac is designed with the following features to reduce its environmental impact: Arsenic-free display glass BFR-free PVC-free5 Highly recyclable aluminum and glass enclosures Meets ENERGY STAR 5.0 requirements Rated EPEAT Gold Acoustic Performance DECLARED NOISE EMISSIONS in accordance

iMac (20-inch, Mid 2009) - Technical Specifications

-in stereo speakers Internal 24-watt digital amplifier Headphone/optical digital audio output (minijack) Audio line in/optical digital audio input (minijack) Built-in microphone Support for Apple Stereo Headset with microphone Environmental Status Report Arsenic-free display glass BFR-free PVC-free (internal cables) Highly recyclable aluminum and glass enclosures Meets ENERGY STAR 5.0 requirements Rated EPEAT Gold Acoustic Performance DECLARED NOISE EMISSIONS in accordance with ISO 9296 Sound Power

iMac (Early 2009) - Technical Specifications

802.11n draft specification);2 IEEE 802.11a/b/g compatible Built-in Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR (Enhanced Data Rate) Built-in 10/100/1000BASE-T Gigabit Ethernet (RJ-45 connector) Audio Built-in stereo speakers Internal 24-watt digital amplifier Headphone/optical digital audio output (minijack) Audio line in/optical digital audio input (minijack) Built-in microphone Support for Apple Stereo Headset with microphone Software Mac OS X v10.5 Leopard (includes iTunes, Time Machine, Quick Look, Spaces, Spotlight

iMac (21.5-inch, Late 2009) - Technical Specifications

Wi-Fi wireless networking;2 IEEE 802.11a/b/g compatible Built-in Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR (Enhanced Data Rate) Built-in 10/100/1000BASE-T Gigabit Ethernet (RJ-45 connector) Audio Built-in stereo speakers Two internal 17-watt high-efficiency amplifiers Headphone/optical digital audio output (minijack) Audio line in/optical digital audio input (minijack) Built-in microphone Support for Apple Stereo Headset with microphone Environmental Status Report iMac is designed with the following features to reduce

GarageBand for iOS (iPhone, iPod touch): Use effect plug-ins with Touch Instruments

a shimmery or swirly effect on voices and instruments. Reverb: Reverb simulates the natural reflections of a sound in a surrounding space. It can add definition and presence to voices and instruments, add ambience to a sound, or simulate different rooms and other acoustic environments. Tremolo: Tremolo raises and lowers the volume of a sound at regular intervals, creating a wobble effect. Vocal Transformer: The Vocal Transformer changes the pitch and tone of your voice. View plug-ins for a track

GarageBand for iOS (iPhone, iPod touch): Play the Bass

Play the Bass Using the Bass in Chords view, you can play notes and groove patterns. You can choose from different acoustic and electric bass sounds. Choose the sound of the Bass Tap the Navigation button in the control bar, tap the Sounds button, then tap the sound you want to play. Play notes of a chord Tap the strings on the fretboard in one of the chord strips. Each string plays a different note of the chord. You can add your own custom chords to play. Play a bass line Tap the Controls

Apple Web Server notifications, 2013

This article provides credit to people who have reported potential security issues in Apple's web servers.

GarageBand for iOS (iPhone, iPod touch): Play the Guitar

Play the Guitar Using the Guitar, you can play notes, chords, and strumming patterns. You can choose from acoustic or electric guitar sounds, and turn on stompbox effects to customize the sound. Choose the sound of the Guitar Tap the Navigation button in the control bar, tap the Sounds button, then tap the sound you want to play. Play chords Tap the Controls button , tap the Chords/Notes switch on the right to switch to Chords view, then tap the Controls button again. Do any of the following

Logic Pro X: What’s new in Logic Pro 10.0

your work in the background. In the event of an unplanned interruption, you can reopen your project with the latest changes and continue working. Tracks area Drummer: Select from a variety of virtual drummers, each with its own drum kit and playing style, to add to your projects. Choose from a variety of both acoustic and electric drummers. Adjust performance parameters including loudness, complexity, and kit piece focus for each Drummer region. Drummer can respond interactively to other tracks

GarageBand for iOS (iPhone, iPod touch): Use Drummer

Use Drummer You can add a virtual drummer to your song that plays realistic drum grooves, and can take direction. You can choose drummers from different genres. Each drummer comes with their own acoustic or electronic drum kit. A GarageBand song can have up to two Drummer tracks. You can change the drummer’s playing style by choosing different presets, and adjust drum patterns using the Drummer controls–including an XY pad for adjusting the Drummer’s performance, and controls for choosing

GarageBand for iOS 2.0.x (iPhone, iPod touch): Play the Smart Guitar

Play the Smart Guitar Using the Smart Guitar, you can play notes, chords, and strumming patterns. You can choose from acoustic or electric guitar sounds, and turn on stompbox effects to customize the sound. Choose the sound of the Smart Guitar Tap the Navigation button in the control bar, tap the Sounds button, then tap the sound you want to play. Play chords Swipe across the strings in one of the chord strips to strum a chord. You can also tap strings to play individual notes of a chord. Tap

GarageBand for iOS 2.0.x (iPhone, iPod touch): Play the Smart Bass

Play the Smart Bass Using the Smart Bass, you can play notes and groove patterns. You can choose from different acoustic and electric bass sounds. Choose the sound of the Smart Bass Tap the Navigation button in the control bar, tap the Sounds button, then tap the sound you want to play. Play notes of a chord Tap the strings on the fretboard in one of the chord strips. Each string plays a different note of the chord. Play a bass line Tap the Controls button , then turn the Autoplay knob to one