Teach Yourself VISUALLY IPhone 5

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John Wiley & Sons, Oct 30, 2012 - Computers - 320 pages
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Get the most out of your new iPhone with this easy-to-read visual guide

If you want clear, practical, visual instructions on how to use your new iPhone, this is the book for you. With over 500 color illustrations plus easy-to-follow explanations, it gets you up and running by clearly showing you how to do everything. See how to access and download books, apps, music, and video, as well as send photos, sync with your other Apple devices, and even edit movies on your phone!

  • Guides you through all the new features and capabilities of the cutting-edge iPhone and the latest version of the iOS
  • Shows you how to access and download books, apps, songs, and videos
  • Walks you through sending photos and e-mails, editing movies, and syncing with other Apple devices and services
  • Features 500 full-color screen shots to reinforce your visual learning of the mobile phone that is a worldwide phenomenon

Teach Yourself VISUALLY iPhone, 2nd Edition is the ultimate visual guide to your iPhone.

 

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Contents

Working with Apps
130
Browsing the Web and Sending EMail
144
Playing Music and Videos
190
Press the Home button
193
Working with Photos and Books
204
Share Your Photos with Your Computers
210
iOS Devices Using Photo Stream 210 Share Photo Streams with Other People 212 Share Photos via EMail and Messaging 214 Play Slide Shows of Y...
224
Tap Settings
243
Dim the iPhones Screen
6
Authorize and Set Up Your iPhone Using iTunes
10
Sync Your iPhone with iTunes via WiFi
16
Explore the iPhones User Interface
22
Sync Contacts with Your iPhone
28
Sync Bookmarks and Notes with Your iPhone
34
Transfer Files to Your iPhone Using
40
Press the Home button
45

Taking Photos and Videos
252
Advanced Features and Troubleshooting
268
If you have not yet set up
274
Tap and drag up to scroll down
296
Chapter 1
297
Unbox the iPhone and Charge It
4
Tap Settings
55
Turn Off WiFi and Bluetooth
64
Working with Siri and Dictation
68
Gather and Share Information with Siri
74
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Kate J. Chase (Marshfield, VT) is an author, journalist, and online technical support consultant who has written, contributed to, or edited more than a dozen PC reference books, including PC Disaster and Recovery (Sybex, Christmas 2002) and Instant E-Commerce! (Sybex, 2001), as well as Windows XP Power Tools (Sybex, 2002), Office XP Complete (Sybex, 2002), Microsoft Office 2000 Troubleshooting and Problem Solving (Course Technology, 2000), and The IRQ Book (McGraw-Hill, 1999). Kate has been an active participant in Microsoft s Office beta program and has been using the Office 11 beta since November. Her work has appeared on Microsoft.com s Office Web site as well on the Microsoft Network, America Online and ZDnet in addition to her books in print.

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