iPhone 3G Portable Genius

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John Wiley & Sons, Nov 17, 2008 - Computers - 267 pages
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You donít have to be a genius to use an iPhone 3G. But if you want to get the very most out of yours, put this savvy Portable Genius guide to work and start ramping up the pace. Want to e-mail attachments twice as fast? Talk and browse at the same time? Quickly locate the nearest coffee shop? Sync your iPhone 3G with multiple computers? Youíll find cool and useful Genius tips, full-color screenshots, and pages of easy-to-access shortcuts and tools that will save you loads of time and let you enjoy your new iPhone 3G to the max.

Portable GENIUS

Fun, hip, and straightforward, the new Portable Genius series gives forward-thinking Apple users useful information in handy, compact books that are easy to navigate and donít skimp on the essentials. Collect the whole series and make the most of your Apple digital lifestyle.

  

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Contents

Chapter 2 How Can I Get More Out of My iPhone 3Gs Phone Feature?
22
Chapter 3 How Can I Make the Most of Web Surfing with My iPhone 3G?
50
Chapter 4 How Do I Maximize Email on My iPhone 3G?
74
Chapter 5 How Can I Take Control of Syncing My iPhone 3G?
94
Chapter 6 How Can I Get More Out of My iPhone 3Gs Media Features?
130
Chapter 7 Can I Use My iPhone 3G to Manage Contacts and Appointments?
162
Chapter 8 How Can I Use iPhone 3G to Help Organize My Life?
188
Chapter 9 How Do I Keep My Life In Sync with MobileMe?
210
Chapter 10 How Do I Enhance My iPhone 3G with App Store?
228
Chapter 11 How Do I Fix My iPhone 3G?
238
Glossary
252
Index
256
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About the author (2008)

Paul McFedries is the president of Logophilia Limited, a technical writing company. He has written or cowritten more than four dozen books that have sold more than two million copies worldwide, including MySpace Visual Quick Tips and Computers Simplified, 7th Edition. Paul encourages all readers to drop by his Web site, www.mcfedries.com.

David Pabian is a freelance writer and Mac enthusiast. A self-taught Mac expert and early adopter, he can often be found troubleshooting all things Mac for his family and friends.

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