iPhone For Dummies

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John Wiley & Sons, Jul 17, 2009 - Computers - 288 pages
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A full-color guide to the iPhone, including the new iPhone 3G S With its new 3G S model, the iPhone is definitely the must-have mobile device. This fully updated guide covers all the cool features of the fastest iPhone ever, including the Spotlight search feature, voice control, and video camera capability. iPhone For Dummies, 3rd Edition also covers the basics of using the multitouch interface, setting up iTunes, browsing the Internet, sending and receiving e-mail, and more. The iPhone 3G S is the fastest and most powerful iPhone yet, with a host of new features Learn to use landscape mode for e-mail, texting, and shooting widescreen video See how to copy or cut and paste text, video, photos, and Web content from one app to another Find out how to make calls, play music, or create new playlists using voice control Locate anything on your iPhone with Spotlight, whether in your calendar, contacts, e-mail, iPod, apps, or even saved Web clips Discover how to create and send messages that include text, video, voice memos, map locations, and more Covering all the features of the much-anticipated iPhone 3G S, iPhone For Dummies, 3rd Edition helps you get every bit of functionality your iPhone offers.

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New to an Iphone I found this book to be a good guide for helping with questions. I dont always understand the technical language but generally get the information I need to do something. Today I ... Read full review

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Edward C. Baig is the Personal Technology columnist for USA TODAY and the author of Macs For Dummies, 10th Edition. Bob "Dr. Mac" LeVitus pens the popular Dr. Mac column for the Houston Chronicle and is the author of Mac OS X Snow Leopard For Dummies.

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