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by Edward C. Baig,Bob LeVitus

Download iPhone For Dummies ePub
  • ISBN 1118932161
  • ISBN13 978-1118932162
  • Language English
  • Author Edward C. Baig,Bob LeVitus
  • Publisher For Dummies; 8 edition (November 3, 2014)
  • Pages 416
  • Formats docx txt rtf lrf
  • Category Technology
  • Subcategory Hardware and DIY
  • Size ePub 1665 kb
  • Size Fb2 1695 kb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 926

The perennial bestseller on having fun with your iPhone - updated for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus!

Finding it hard to put your iPhone down, but still haven't figured out how to make the most of its capabilities? Packed with fun instructions, tips, and advice, iPhone For Dummies makes it easy to navigate your way around your new device and unlock all of its state-of-the-art features. The book walks you through surfing the web, staying connected with Facebook and FaceTime, sharing photos and videos, rocking out with music, and much more.

Inside, veteran Dummies authors and Mac gurus Edward C. Baig and Bob "Dr. Mac" LeVitus share their insights to help you make the most of your iPhone. Beginning with the basics about getting started with your iPhone, this hands-on guide quickly gets you up and running on setting up e-mail, downloading applications from the App Store, getting organized with Reminders, finding your way around with Maps, synching your stuff to iCloud, buying music and movies from the iTunes store—and a whole lot more!

Covers Apple's iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, and other iPhone models Full-color interior brings the information to life Provides details on connecting to a Wi-Fi network Includes easy-to-follow instructions on troubleshooting your iPhone

If you've never used a smartphone or are just making the switch over to Apple, take a bite out of iPhone For Dummies.


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Edward C. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Bob LeVitus (Author). ISBN-13: 978-1118690833. Baig Bob Dr. Mac LeVitus. That says to us that you have the confidence and intelligence to know what you don’t know. Overall, we aim to keep technical jargon to a minimum, under the guiding principle that with rare exceptions you need not know what any of it really means.

That's where iPhone For Dummies comes in. Apple’s iPhone, puts the world virtually in your pocket.

Bob LeVitus, aka Dr. Mac, has authored the popular Dr. Mac column for the Houston Chronicle for more than 15 years and also writes for The Mac Observer.

His books have sold more than a million copies worldwide. Bob has penned the popular Dr. Mac column for the Houston Chronicle for the past ten years and has been published in dozens of computer magazines over the past fifteen years.

This book has the step-by-step guidance you need to learn how to use your phone's many features and functions. Newly updated to cover both the latest features you'll find on the 6s and 6s Plus as well as perennial iPhone features that you'll find on all recent models, this revised text provides you with straightforward, yet fun instructions, tips, and advice to guide you in taking advantage of all that the iPhone's technology has to offer. You first get started with your iPhone by exploring its settings and.

Covers Apple's iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, and other iPhone models Full-color interior brings the information to life Provides details on connecting to a Wi-Fi network Includes easy-to-follow instructions on troubleshooting your iPhone If you've never used a smartphone or are just making the switch over to Apple, take a bite. out of iPhone For Dummies. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

Bestselling veteran authors Edd Baig and Bob "Dr. Mac" LeVitus introduce you to the capabilities of the iPhone for making phone calls, browsing the Internet, sending and receiving s, working with the calendar.

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by Edward C. Edward C. Baig is a technology columnist forUSA Today and an iPhone aficionado from the start. Bob "Dr. Mac" LeVitus is the tech columnist for the Houston Chronicle and a regular contributor to Mac Observer. The two authors have written over 50 books covering Apple computers, software, and devices.

Talk about iPhone For Dummies


Broadraven
I don't really know for whom this book is intended. Certainly skilled iPhone users would find a better reference than this one. At the same time It is definitely not intended to help the smart phone novice. It assumes you already know the fundamentals of iPhones. It is full of information, but never seems to answer my questions.. What it really is --- it's a cheerleader for iPhones, telling you how wonderful they are and how many options are available to you, without really telling you how to use the device. I consider this book a waste of my money. One star is a generous rating.
Perongafa
As an older adult who had never used an iPhone, I found this book very helpful. I tried going to Apple classes and tried to use Apple's online instructions, but I found consulting a book easier.
Faebei
Like one reviewer said, this book takes a little while to get to the main material. However, once you get there the information presented is great. I picked up a lot of tips from this book. It has good coverage of iTunes and using your phone with a Windows PC. The indexing in the book is accurate (unlike iPhone The Missing Manual). All in all the best book I have found so far on the iPhone 6.
Doomwarden
This book covers EVERYTHING!! It's almost too thorough, as the authors describe every tiny possibility that can be accomplished on the iPhone. That's the only critique that I have about this book. I would have preferred to have read all of the major, and more likely to use, options first, and then a separate listing in the other half of the book, of those which one would rarely, if ever use. For instance, how many users would want to list their phonecalls in separate categories, such as club-members only, old school chums in another, and office workers in a third category, etc.? Most people prefer alphabetical order--it's faster. The main options that most of us are interested in, aside from making and receiving phonecalls, are learning how to take and send photos, synching emails with a computer, and how to use each icon listed on the main menu. A brief rundown on how to use them without going into every minor possibility (and there are many) that each one can perform, would have been less confusing. Most of the many minor details could be described in the latter half of the book. I was in a hurry to start using my phone, admittedly, and did not want to wade through all of its fabulous side-bars. As for using passwords, those who are familiar with computers would not be likely to have any problems understanding and knowing how to make and use passwords, however, in that category a novice might be at a loss, as the book assumes that everyone is computer savey. The only "problem" I had, was my own fault. After learning how to synch my computer with the iCloud,and receiving a congratulatory email on my computer that I was now on the iCloud, I was unable to load any emails onto my iPhone! I should have known--the computer needs to be turned on in order to read one's emails! Well, the authors left out that information--how was I to know? :-).
Katishi
I Love ALL of the Dummies books. This is no exception. Great step by step instruction on how to do everything in your iPhone or to use apps and a lot more. I can find specific instruciton on a problem I am having without having to read the whole book. I've not had a smart phone before and have a lot to learn. This book has been worth every penny. Even my friends call me and ask me to look up how to do things on their phone. I recommend this and any Dummies Book.
Kecq
Overall, this book has been very helpful, but there are some things that are not explained completely, and another place where it is very unclear. It is still worth buying, however, because it has helped with most things.
Humin
I give this to a tech challenged friend who had just bought her first smartphone/iPhone. She religiously read it, and just recently returned from a European trip where she was able to use her iPhone for pictures and texts - amazing for someone who only got the phone a month before the trip!
A good book to introduce the IPhone to any one who is new to smartphones I felt it was helpful.