PCClassesOnline.com, based out of Provincetown, MA will be offering free online classes on using the new iOS 7 operating system for the new Apple iPhone and iPad on September 20.
September 18, 2013 (Newswire.com) - PCClassesOnline.com, based out of Provincetown, MA will be offering free online classes on using the new iOS 7 operating system for the new Apple iPhone and iPad on September 20.
The service, which recently became a free public service and was featured on the ABC show, "Shark Tank," teaches baby boomers (and beyond) how to better use everything from the Mac, PC, iPhone, and iPad through a combination of live and pre-recorded classes.
Since it is expected that millions of people are going to purchase the new version of iPhone and even more will download the new iOS for their current iPhone, the classes are sure to help these people to make the transition over to the new system.
CEO, David A. Cox, also known under the alias "The Mac Guru," first created the service from his Provincetown home and now has members in over 17 countries. After being featured on "Shark Tank" Cox received enough business locally that he decided to convert PC Classes Online into a free public service.
"iOS 7 brings about a plethora of changes and new features. Young people will pick these up immediately, but for the people who didn't grow up with technology it may offer some confusion. We help people enjoy their gadgets by cutting the jargon and make learning fun again," said Cox.
PC Classes Online is a service designed specifically for people who did not grow up with technology and offers live classes every Saturday and Sunday at 1pm EST. These classes are recorded and uploaded to a video library where members can access the classes 24/7.