It has been extremely frustrating for new iPad owners not to be able to have an owners manual at their disposal when they open up their brand new packages; instead, they have to go online and deal with information on how to use the device electronically and that info is really not up to par at all.

Many owners have been wondering if there’s any type of iPad instruction video lesson they can take so they can you learn how to use the device quickly and properly.

IPad Video Tutorials To the Rescue!

You can probably look through YouTube and get a basic idea of how to use an iPad but even a trained seal can do that if they play around with the device for a little while. Alright, maybe the ‘seal’ thing is a little exaggerated but if you want to fully comprehend how to use the device, there is a lesson course out there making its rounds called “iPad video lessons.”

This course promises you will discover many hidden features with the tablet, how to use the features with ease, and something I found extremely surprising was that it contained 100 iPad video tutorials. What? Yep, you heard right, even I had trouble believing it and did a double take when I saw it.

Of course, being the skeptic person that I am, I started wondering if they included that many tutorials just to fill up some space. I can’t deal with fluff; I hate it with a passion. However, after I opened the first six modules it became clear that each lesson which lasted approximately 11 minutes had its own valuable purpose.

For example, in the first three modules, users will find out all the neat little functions and features of the iPad that you wouldn’t normally notice unless you had this information.

In modules four, five, and six, you learn how to take advantage of reading, hearing the music, and using apps. The creator of the iPad video lessons, iPad Pete, talks quite a big game when he mentions how effective the tutorial course is but it appears he backs up his words big time once you go through just the first 10 modules.

I am a big believer in learning things the right way sApple does not provide a great iPad video tutorial so it's wise to get your hands on one of many good iPad courses out there.o that you don’t have to struggle so much later on to figure out something that should’ve been easy in the first place. I hate wasting my time and I must say I was pleased to see that the video lessons were actually worthwhile; I was even able to show my friends and family members a bunch of cool new tricks they had no idea about.

Another wonderful thing I like about video tutorials aside from the fact that you’re able to see everything and imitate what you see on the screen, is that you can work on learning new things completely at your own pace. When I bought the iPad instruction video lessons I knew exactly what I was getting into and I know how long it would take to get through the entire course. As of this writing, I am only halfway there and I have learned far more than I ever could have imagined. I hate being suckered into buying something that is of no use to me and at times, I have actually returned items for a full refund.

In this case, I feel like actually reaching out and giving iPad Pete or whomever he is a huge hug and a kiss (only if he’s male) for the wonderful course he has put together for all of us. Way to go, Pete-Meister!

You can check it out at http://www.ipadvideolessons.com