How to create an Apple ID: Guides for Beginners iSpazio, a new and interesting video-rubirca for you
Today on iSpazio we launch a new column called “Beginner's Guides“. The name already says a lot, but we still want to explain to you what has brought us to create it, what will, to who is targeted and, above all, in that way will be well cared for.
The purpose of this book is really a no-brainer. Many of you will be already happened to help a friend or a relative to carry out some operations with the iPhone, all of which may be trivial to most people but that some people can't do it alone, without a little help or a simple explanation.
iSpazio wants to be useful to all. We want to continue to inform you about the news, but we want to go back to being that single point of reference, where you can find any type of useful Guide to the performance of any operation with the iPhone. We start then with the Guides for Beginners, that will also allow older people, those less accustomed to technology and to all new iOS users to get much more from their smartphone.
To all the people who feel called into question by this description, but also to the more experts, who do not have the time to explain the basic to the relatives and friends, we ask you to subscribe to our YouTube Channel because this address book will be curated in the form of a video in such a way to be able to be more informal as possible and to explain any operation of a voice or computer screen or iPhone in the over-impression.
If you need someone who can “teach you to use the iPhone” starting from scratch, you just found it. Of course, every video will also be published on the blog in a special article within the homonymous category. This will simplify future search for guides and allow us to create an entire section dedicated to new users.
In addition to explaining the book, in this article let's start with the first video. When we turn on the iPhone for the first time, and we need to activate it and configure it, the wizard will ask us to login with our Apple ID, or create one directly from your smartphone. If you want to be ready, before you even buy an iPhone, you can start to create a Apple ID from your computer, follow this procedure. Of course the procedure does not change even for the creation of a secondary account, or one with dummy data (which is useful for those who want to share their data with the tool to Jailbreak):