iPhone Issentials: A 2 Week Course

Our next iPhone Issentials course begins Tuesday, the 17th.

It was money well-spent. A great investment of time and money. I felt like I learned a lot. Holly

It seems to me that it’s the type of course that most people would benefit from. Whatever level you’re at, it could teach you some things that you didn’t know. Dean

As a busy homeschooling mom, I found this very affordable and quick 2-week course a perfect introduction to understanding my iPhone better. I came away with a handful of tips and shortcuts plus suggestions on useful apps, many that I have implemented and continue to use.  Even more importantly though, Nathan addressed security and safety features and settings on the iPhone, leaving me better equipped to help manage iPhone technology in our home.  I highly recommend it for all moms of iPhone-using families. Suzanne

Nathan’s iPhone course is for anyone who has an iPhone and would like to be a more effective user. One benefit to ITonRamp is that the whole family can watch a course and only pay one user fee. Because there is no mentorship or course books involved with this course, it’s only $20 for two webinars. You can even watch the webinar later if you’re not available at the live broadcast.

So, still, you might be thinking, what will I really learn? Okay. I’ve had an iPhone for quite a few years, and I learned a lot last fall watching Nathan’s webinars. A $20 course could save you much heartache. For example, take backing up your iPhone. Do you? How often? I learned that lesson the hard way while doing a software update; my phone crashed; I didn’t have a recent backup; and I lost data and pictures.

Nathan takes you step-by-step through important security features, parental security, and much more. Jump in!


“Only fear the LORD, and serve him in truth with all
your heart: for consider how great things he hath done for you.”
1 Samuel 12:24

3 thoughts on “iPhone Issentials: A 2 Week Course”

  1. Is this for any IPhone? G4? That is what we have.

    It is for an iPhone. It will work for any model of the iPhone, but not for other phones such as a Samsung, Android, etc.

  2. I have a Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini, not an iPhone. Would this class be something that would be compatible and beneficial to me?

    No. It’s just for iPhones ;).

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