iPhone Issentials

We’re excited to share with you about our newest ITonRamp course: iPhone Issentials! It begins this coming Tuesday, the 21st. For just $20, this two-week course will equip you to become a confident iPhone user. We’re doing things a bit differently with this course, no mentor calls or projects. You’ll watch a live webinar led by Nathan each week. Our goal is to offer a short course families can benefit from.

It seems you can’t go anywhere without seeing someone using an iPhone. They are powerful, yet potentially dangerous, tools. How do you attempt to protect your information while use a phone? iPhone Issentials covers key security features, parental controls, and helpful information.

If you’re anything like the typical iPhone user (insert: me), you know the basics, but not much beyond that. Coming from a security standpoint, you’ll be surprised to discover some key components that most people aren’t aware of. In addition, knowing how to harness parental controls is very important.

So, jump on board and learn with Nathan!


DSC_3275-2Drew thinks you should join his daddy’s course too. 😉

“Keep thy heart with all diligence;
for out of it are the issues of life.”
Proverbs 4:23


7 thoughts on “iPhone Issentials”

  1. Our oldest daughter, age 19, has taken two classes with ITonRamp and has increased her computer knowledge and ability past what we were expecting. If we had an iPhone, we would sign up for this class immediately. We are impressed with Nathan’s ability to convey class material in an interesting way thus increasing the learners desire to master the objectives being taught. We highly recommend ITonRamp if you desire to further your knowledge about computers and gain new computer skills. (or phone skills) 😉

  2. I have a friend who is new to iPhone. I have referred him to this course.
    Drew is so cute!

  3. I have some questions: What is the difference between doing this course and going to the Apple Genius Bar, which is free? What can I get out of this course that I could not get out from talking to someone for free who works for Apple?
    The Apple Genius Bar is a great option. They offer one-on-one question answering and troubleshooting. I wouldn’t think there would be anything we would cover that would be unknown to the staff at the Genius bar. The only thing you need to do is know what series of questions to ask. Also, the time commitment to learn at the Genius Bar would be much greater then via ITonRamp webinars. Additionally when working with the Genius Bar you can’t go back and rewatch it pause, rewind, move forward… in order to ensure that you learn what is covered.


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