Utilizing a “learn by doing” approach, this guide includes only the background and technical detail needed to make the iPhone do what users want it to. Lots of full color step-by-step instructions guide readers from iPhone novice to master.
My iPhone, Second Edition Step-by-step instructions with callouts to iPhone photos so that you can see exactly what to do. Help when you run into the few iPhone limitations. Tips and Notes to help you get the most from your iPhone. Full-color, step-by-step tasks walk you through getting and keeping your iPhone working just the way you want. The tasks include: / How to use all the essential features of iPhone 3G such as the cell phone, visual voice mail, conference calling, and contact information. / How to add network connections and switch between them; surf the web using full-featured web pages just like on a computer; and receive and manage your email, from all your accounts, including Microsoft Exchange, wherever you are. / How to configure MobileMe to keep all your contacts, email, and events current on your device wirelessly. / How to use an iPod and and iTunes 8 to listen to music and podcasts or watch movies, TV shows, and music videos. / How to take quality photos and view them, email them, or transfer them to a computer. / How to find, download, install, manage, and use thousands of iPhone applications.
/ How use Maps to find any location, plan a route to it, and then track your route with GPS. / How to customize the way iPhone looks and works with your own wallpaper, Home screen button layouts, ringtones from your favorites songs, and more. CATEGORY: Apple Digital Media COVERS: Apple iPhone USER LEVEL: Beginning-Intermediate Quote from front cover. "As easy as the iPhone is to admire and use, Miser unlocks all of its secrets and offers frank, useful advice for getting the most out of the most amazing product of this century (so far!)." —Mark A. Kellner, Technology Columnist, The Washington Times
has written extensively about technology, with his favorite topics being the amazing “i” gadgets, iPhone and iPod, that make it possible to take our lives with us while we are on the move. In addition to My iPhone, Brad has written many other books, including Absolute Beginner's Guide to iPod and iTunes; Sleeping with the Enemy: Running Windows on a Mac (digital Shortcut); Special Edition Using Mac OS X Leopard; Absolute Beginner's Guide to Homeschooling; Teach Yourself Visually MacBook Air; and MacBook Pro Portable Genius.He has also been an author, development editor, or technical editor on more than 50 other titles.He has written numerous articles and has been a featured speaker on various topics at Macworld Expo, at user group meetings, and in other venues. Brad is or has been a sales support specialist, the director of product and customer services, and the manager of education and support services for several software development companies. Previously, he was the lead proposal specialist for an aircraft engine manufacturer, a development editor for a computer book publisher, and a civilian aviation test officer/engineer for the U.S. Army. Brad holds a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering from California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo and has received advanced education in maintainability engineering, business, and other topics. In addition to his passion for silicon-based technology, Brad likes to ride his steel-based technology, also known as a motorcycle, whenever and wherever possible. Originally from California, Brad now lives in Brownsburg, Indiana, with his wife Amy; their three daughters, Jill, Emily, and Grace; and a rabbit named Bun-Bun. Brad would love to hear about your experiences with this book (the good, the bad, and the ugly).You can write to him at .