Apple now has a YouTube channel to teach users how to use its devices - TechSource International - Leaders in Technology News

Apple now has a YouTube channel to teach users how to use its devices

“Apple Support” currently focuses on iPhones and iPads.
Author:
Publish date:
Social count:
12
Apple made a big change with the iPhone X this year, by the company’s own admission.

Apple made a big change with the iPhone X this year, by the company’s own admission.

Apple made a big change with the iPhone X this year, by the company’s own admission. The device brings about changes to how one navigates around iOS, and many have suggested that the company would need to teach users how to use its devices once again. And Apple is doing that now, with a new YouTube channel that’s full of demos on the iPhone and iPad.

As part of Apple’s support services, the channel shows users how to work various gestures and features on the iPhone and iPad.

The channel currently shows you how to work various gestures and features on the iPhone and iPad right now, but we expect more Apple devices to make an appearance soon enough. It’s of course part of Apple’s support services, but you shouldn’t expect tips on replacing the screen of an iPhone just yet.

The channel teaches you how to take screenshots on iPhones, how to mute or leave a group conversation.

The channel teaches you how to take screenshots on iPhones, how to mute or leave a group conversation.

The channel teaches you how to take screenshots on iPhones, how to mute or leave a group conversation, how to send attachments on Mail and more. Predictably, the channel is called Apple Support.

It has a few videos right now, though Apple should be updating these soon enough. It would be interesting to see how the company plans to make use of this channel for its support services.

Most of the videos uploaded by Apple Support are of short duration and last under two minutes, but nonetheless provide a good value to the iPhone maker's support site's Twitter feed and official web presence.

The new channel  was first registered early last month but became active only recently.