Apple Launches YouTube Channel Featuring Tutorials For The iPhone And iPad
In early 2016, Apple began its support Twitter account which was oriented towards providing customers with assistance on different queries. Now Apple is expanding its support with a dedicated Apple Support YouTube channel. The account will direct users on to various highly produced how-to tutorials which explain all sorts of iOS features in detail. Ranging from how to change a wallpaper on your iPhone to deleting your call history, the list is quite extensive and will continue to grow over time. So let's dive in to see some more details on the subject.
Apple Creates A Dedicated Channel On YouTube Showcasing How-To Tutorials For The iPhone And iPad
As it seems, Apple created the channel almost four months ago. However, it uploaded a few videos back then and the channel primarily remained dormant. Now, the company uploaded quite a handful of videos on its channel that showcased various how-to tutorials of iOS on your iPhone and iPad. There are a bunch of tutorials available at this stage so do check that out as well. Check out some of the ads below.
The videos uploaded shows a person's hand, holding an iPhone who then guides users on each step on how to perform a specific operation. In addition to this, the video also includes on-screen bullet points as to detail each step which is being performed.
The videos are completely narrated with additional explanation available to users as well. The complete explanation of the tutorial ranges from 1 to 2 minutes in length. Moreover, English captions are also available for your ease of access. Some of the videos uploaded include printing a document, taking screenshots, updating iOS firmware and more which contribute to some of the most basic functionalities. However, more niche features like muting a group in iMessage chats and linking contact cards is also available.
At this point in time, it is not yet clear how often will Apple upload videos on its channel. Apple is quite active on its company page on YouTune as it tends to upload ads and more from time to time. Apart from the ads, Apple also posts how-to tutorials on its main page guiding users on 'How to shoot on iPhone' camera. There are more videos as well, so do check them out as well.
This is it for now, folks. What are your thoughts on Apple creating a dedicated channel on YouTube for how-to tutorials for iOS on iPhone and iPad? Would the channel prove to be helpful? Share your views with us in the comments.
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