The iPhone boot camp for getting the most out of your device iPhone For Dummies is the ultimate user-friendly guide to the iPhone! Whether you're new to the iPhone or just want to get more out of it, this book will show you the essentials you need to know to take full advantage of the major features. Dive into Utilities to customize your iPhone for the way you use it, and learn new ways to use familiar apps and tools. Whether your phone is new, old, or somewhere in between, this book has you covered; friendly, easy-to-read instructions cover the iPhone's newest features as well as the classic functions that have been there from the beginning. You'll learn how to solve common problems, save on data usage by connecting to WiFi, and keep your information safe using the iPhone's various security features. Quickly and easily migrate your information from another phone, and learn how to organize your contacts, photos, music, apps, and more. Learn just what your iPhone can do for you, and use each and every feature to the fullest! Your iPhone is a powerful little tool, and it's also the best toy you've ever had! Learn the ins-and-outs the easy way, with clear instruction and friendly, helpful, expert advice. Master the basic functions, including Phone, Messages, Mail, and Safari Explore iTunes and the App Store to find the apps you can't live without Manage your calendar, contacts, music, photos, games, movies, and more Connect to WiFi, troubleshoot issues, and find the answers you need quickly Whether you're ready to get to work or ready to have some fun, the iPhone can do it?often, both at the same time! iPhone For Dummies is the must-have guide for every iPhone user who wants everything the iPhone has to offer.
Edward C. Baig pens the Personal Technology column for USA TODAY and often appears on TV and webcasts. He has served on the editorial staff of several well-known publications. Bob "Dr. Mac" LeVitus has written the popular Dr. Mac column in the Houston Chronicle for 20 years. Bob has authored or coauthored more than 80 popular computer books.