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EMBA iPad Initiative - Apple Services

Apple offers these three services for use with any capable Apple device.

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Sign in to the iTunes & App Stores

When you sign in to the iTunes & App Stores, you can enjoy music, movies, TV shows, and on-demand music stations with Apple Music. Find books you’d like to read with iBooks, or discover your new favorite podcast.
On your iPad, go to Settings > iTunes & App Store. Enter your Apple ID and password. You might need to add a credit card or other payment information to help secure your account.

Sign in to iCloud

When you sign in to iCloud with your Apple ID, you always have what’s most important to you on all of your devices. iCloud Photo Library and iCloud Drive keep all your photos, videos, and documents stored securely and updated. Family Sharing lets you easily share music, movies, photos, and more with everyone in your family. Find My iPhone even helps you find your device if you lose it.
  • On your iPad, go to Settings > iCloud. Enter your Apple ID and password.
After you sign in to iCloud with your Apple ID, you can save and automatically back up important information like your contacts, calendars, notes, photos, and more.

Sign in to iMessage and FaceTime

When you sign in to iMessage, FaceTime you can communicate and share with your friends and family.
iMessage
Send messages back and forth with anyone on Apple devices. To sign in, go to Settings > Messages, then slide to turn on iMessage. You can add other email addresses when you tap Send & Receive.
FaceTime
Make video calls from your iPad. To sign in, go to Settings > FaceTime > Use your Apple ID for FaceTime. Enter your Apple ID and password.

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Keywords:ATW, iTunes. App Store, iCloud, iMessage, Facetime   Doc ID:63014
Owner:Billy K.Group:Wisconsin School of Business
Created:2016-04-27 15:50 CDTUpdated:2016-08-03 09:56 CDT
Sites:Wisconsin School of Business
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