no-nonsense guide to getting everything your iPhone 4S has to offer
Designed for devotees of the Apple digital lifestyle, this guide presents key information for iPhone users in a hip, straightforward way. Packed with tips, tricks, and techniques to help you uncover and take advantage of every feature of the iPhone 4S, this edition covers the newest features, including iOS 5, Siri, FaceTime video calling, HD video recording, the multitasking feature that lets you run multiple apps simultaneously, and much more.
- Portable Genius books cover key features of technology designed to support the digital lifestyle
- This handy, small-trim guide is packed with tips, tricks, and techniques to help you make the most of your iPhone 4S
- Spotlighting innovative ways to complete various tasks, the book shows how to save time and hassle while taking full advantage of everything your iPhone 4S has to offer
- Offers tips and tricks for working with the newest features, including iOS 5, Siri, FaceTime, HD video recording and editing, multitasking, and more
Serious iPhone fans will find this book a must-have as they enhance their digital lifestyle with the newest iPhone.
|Series:||Portable Genius Series , #113|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.90(d)|
About the Author
Paul McFedries is a Mac expert and full-time technical writer. He has written more than 70 books that have sold more than four million copies worldwide. These books include MacBook Air Portable Genius, Second Edition; The Facebook Guide for People Over 50; Mac OS X Lion Simplified; and Switching to a Mac Portable Genius, Second Edition; among others. Paul encourages all readers to drop by his website, www.mcfedries.com.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I bought this book a month ago and have read it from cover to cover. The feature that I miss the most is a glossary. Where is it? How can a reader find the information they need without a glossary except by going page by page which is a pretty long process. With a glossary you just find the page and flip to it. I would not recommend this book.