From the Back Cover
Fill your iPhone with cool stuff, ask it to play a song or call a friend, and find anything with Spotlight!
The iPhone keeps getting better, and this book keeps you in tune with the newest features. The basics are here too: how to use the multitouch interface, set up iTunes and buy music, surf the Web, check and send e-mail and text messages, watch movies and TV shows (and YouTube), admire pictures, download apps and even make phone calls.
- Stay organized synchronize contacts, calendars, e-mail accounts, and bookmarks between your computer and your iPhone
Do you copy? copy, cut, and paste text, photos, and videos from one application to another
Record it capture a thought, a memo, or a meeting with Voice Memos then trim your recording and send it via e-mail or MMS
Shake and shuffle your music create playlists, scroll through your music library, and customize your listening experience
Find yourself identify your location via GPS, get turn-by-turn directions, find true north with the compass, and search for a location
Open the book and find:
- Steps for getting started with your iPhone
How to make a phone call with Voice Control
Details about connecting to a Wi-Fi network
Easy ways to check the weather and get stock quotes
How to connect wirelessly to Bluetooth devices
Tips for taking advantage of push notifications
How MobileMe can help find your iPhone if it has been lost
Advice on troubleshooting your iPhone
About the Author
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.