A Newbies Guide to iPhone 4S - Minute Help Guides

A Newbies Guide to iPhone 4S

By Minute Help Guides

  • Release Date: 2011-10-18
  • Genre: Operating Systems
3.5 Score: 3.5 (From 37 Ratings)

Description

The iPhone 4S may not look like much of an upgrade on the outside, but open it up and be prepared for one of the most revolutionary phones on the market. It has a camera more powerful than some point and shoots; a voice activated assistant who not only listens to you, but understands you; and processor speeds that are lightening fast! But if you are curious about the iPhone 4S or have recently bought one, then chances are you already know this...so why buy this book? Easy--because those are the features you've heard about; what makes the iPhone 4S a game changer are the features you haven't heard about. This book tells you how to use all of popular features, but it also shows you how to use all the hidden gems.

In addition, this book has information on all the apps you need to make your phone even more powerful.

Reviews

  • Not much value

    1
    By John6935
    Very light. Has very little to offer a user who has owned an iPhone before
  • Awesome

    5
    By pyschnrse
    Great book for the basics plus some great tips!
  • A Newbies Guide to iPhone 4S - for $.99

    3
    By wp -- In Munster
    When this phone was set up the store personnel did not transfer my phone number list (just basic Name & Number). Yes, one has references to Contacts but every store and other hone number one calls is not fully listed in the contact list and I have not been unable just to simply create a name & number list. The closest I came is a favorites list of EITHER name or number, but not BOTH!! I was really hoping this book would help. It did not. It does contain a lot of information but there are plenty of free publications that also have what's in this book.
  • iPhone 4s book

    4
    By Mrini75
    Very helpful!
  • A newbies guide to I phone 4s

    1
    By Andie 123
    Snippets of info but not enough "how to" detail. It seems like the author was in a rush to get the book out and make an initial killing rather than fleshing it out and making it really useful.

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