iPhone For Dummies

 
 
For Dummies (Verlag)
  • 11. Auflage
  • |
  • erschienen am 24. Oktober 2017
  • |
  • 416 Seiten
 
E-Book | PDF mit Adobe DRM | Systemvoraussetzungen
978-1-119-41720-0 (ISBN)
 
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.
11. Auflage
  • Englisch
  • Newark
  • |
  • USA
John Wiley & Sons Inc
  • Überarbeitete Ausgabe
  • 49,93 MB
978-1-119-41720-0 (9781119417200)
1119417201 (1119417201)
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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.
  • Title Page
  • Copyright Page
  • Table of Contents
  • Introduction
  • About This Book
  • Foolish Assumptions
  • Icons Used in This Book
  • Beyond the Book
  • Where to Go from Here
  • Part 1 Meet Your iPhone
  • Chapter 1 Unveiling the iPhone
  • The Big Picture
  • The iPhone as a phone and a digital camera or camcorder
  • The iPhone as an iPod
  • The iPhone as an Internet communications device
  • Technical specifications
  • A Quick Tour Outside
  • On the top and side
  • On the bottom
  • On the front
  • On the back
  • Status bar
  • Home Sweet Home Screen
  • The first Home screen
  • The second Home screen
  • The dock (all Home screens)
  • Chapter 2 iPhone Basic Training
  • Activating the iPhone
  • Turning the iPhone On and Off
  • Pointing a finger at Touch ID
  • Continuing the setup
  • Locking the iPhone
  • Understanding Pressure-Sensitive Touch
  • Mastering the Multitouch Interface
  • Discovering the special-use keys
  • One-handed keyboard
  • The incredible, intelligent, and virtual iPhone keyboard
  • Anticipating what comes next
  • Finger-typing on the virtual keyboards
  • Correcting mistakes
  • Choosing an alternative keyboard
  • Cutting, copying, pasting, and replacing
  • Multitasking
  • Navigating beyond the Home Screen
  • Organizing Icons into Folders
  • Proactive Searching
  • Notifications and the Today View
  • Chapter 3 Synchronicity: Getting Stuff to and from Your iPhone
  • A Brief iCloud Primer
  • The Kitchen Sync
  • First things first: About iPhone backups
  • Sync prep 101
  • Syncing Your Data with iTunes
  • Syncing contacts
  • Syncing calendars
  • Advanced syncing
  • Synchronizing Your Media
  • Music, movies, TV shows, and podcasts
  • Photos
  • Manual Syncing
  • Chapter 4 Understanding the Phone-damentals
  • Making a Call
  • Contacts
  • Favorites
  • Recents
  • Keypad
  • Visual voicemail
  • Recording a greeting
  • Voice dialing
  • Receiving a Call
  • Accepting the call
  • Announcing the caller
  • Rejecting the call
  • Replying with a text message
  • Blocking callers
  • Avoiding disturbances
  • Choosing ringtones
  • While on a Call
  • Juggling calls
  • Making conference calls
  • Handing off calls
  • Seeing Is Believing with FaceTime
  • Part 2 The PDA iPhone
  • Chapter 5 Taking Control of Your iPhone
  • Controlling Control Center
  • Summoning Siri
  • Figuring out what to ask
  • Using dictation
  • Correcting mistakes
  • Making Siri smarter
  • Type to Siri
  • Chapter 6 Texting 1, 2, 3: Messages and Notes
  • Getting the iMessage
  • You send me: Sending text messages
  • Alert: Youâ??ve got messages
  • Being a golden receiver: Reading and replying to text messages
  • MMS: Like SMS with media
  • Massive multimedia effects
  • Group messaging has never been better
  • Taking Note of Notes
  • Chapter 7 Nine Indispensable Utilities
  • Working with the Calendar
  • Year view
  • Month view
  • Day view
  • Week view
  • List view
  • Adding Calendar Entries
  • Letting your calendar push you around
  • Displaying multiple calendars
  • Responding to meeting invitations
  • Subscribing to calendars
  • Sharing a family calendar
  • Calculate This
  • Punching the Clock
  • World clock
  • Alarm clock
  • Stopwatch
  • Timer
  • Bedtime
  • Voicing Memos
  • Making a recording
  • Listening to recordings
  • Trimming recordings
  • Adding a title to a recording
  • Reminding me
  • Itâ??s a Wallet
  • Dropping in on AirDrop
  • Controlling Lights, Locks, and More
  • Using the iPhone in the Car
  • Keeping in Good Health
  • Part 3 The Multimedia iPhone
  • Chapter 8 Get in Tune(s): Audio on Your iPhone
  • Introducing Your iPhoneâ??s Music Player
  • Itâ??s music, just not your music
  • My Music Is Your Music
  • A library without library cards
  • Play it again, list
  • Share and share alike
  • Taking Control of Your Tunes
  • Customizing Your Audio Experience
  • Setting preferences
  • Setting a sleep timer
  • Using your voice to control your music
  • Shopping with the iTunes Store app
  • Chapter 9 â??Smileâ??: Taking Pictures with Your iPhone
  • Taking Your Best Shot
  • Making Photos Come to Life
  • Keeping Things in Focus
  • From the front to the rear â?? and back
  • Firing up the flash
  • Using digital zoom
  • On the iPhone 7 Plus, 8 Plus, and X, two rear cameras are better than one
  • Applying filters
  • Binging on burst shooting
  • Using the self-timer
  • Tracking Down Your Pictures
  • Choosing albums
  • Making memories
  • Categorizing your pics
  • Searching for pictures
  • Sharing your photos
  • Admiring Your Pictures
  • Maneuvering and manipulating photos
  • Launching slideshows
  • Storing pictures in the (i)Cloud
  • Editing and Deleting Photos
  • Livening Up Live Photos
  • More (Not So) Stupid Picture Tricks
  • Chapter 10 Starring in a Blockbuster: Video on Your iPhone
  • Finding Stuff to Watch
  • Playing Video
  • Shooting Video
  • Going slow
  • Going fast
  • Editing what you shot
  • Sharing video
  • Watching video on TV
  • Augmented reality
  • Restricting video and other usage
  • Part 4 The Internet iPhone
  • Chapter 11 Going on a Mobile Safari
  • Surfinâ?? Dude
  • Exploring the browser
  • Blasting off into cyberspace
  • I Can See Clearly Now
  • Opening multiple web pages at a time
  • Looking at lovable links
  • Book(mark) â??em, Dano
  • Altering bookmarks
  • Viewing open pages on other devices
  • Letting history repeat itself
  • Launching a mobile search mission
  • Saving web pictures
  • Reading clutter-free web pages
  • Private Browsing
  • 3D Touch and Safari
  • Smart Safari Settings
  • Chapter 12 The Email Must Get Through
  • Prep Work: Setting Up Your Accounts
  • Setting up your account the easy way
  • Setting up your account the less easy way
  • See Me, Read Me, File Me, Delete Me: Working with Messages
  • Reading messages
  • Filter mail
  • Managing messages
  • Threading messages
  • Searching emails
  • Darling, You Send Me (Email)
  • Makinâ?? messages
  • Settings for sending email
  • Setting your message and account settings
  • Special Mail options on 3D Touch models
  • Chapter 13 Tracking with Maps, Compass, Stocks, Weather, and Files
  • Maps Are Where Itâ??s At
  • Finding your current location with Maps
  • Finding a person, place, or thing
  • Views, zooms, and pans
  • Timesaving map tools: Contacts, Recents, and Favorites
  • Smart map tricks
  • Contemplating the Compass
  • Taking Stock with Stocks
  • Adding and deleting stocks, funds, and indexes
  • Details, details, details
  • Charting a course
  • Weather Watching
  • Keeping Track of Documents with Files
  • Part 5 The Undiscovered iPhone
  • Chapter 14 Setting You Straight on Settings
  • Sky-High Settings
  • All about you
  • Airplane mode
  • Wi-Fi
  • Bluetooth
  • Cellular
  • Emergency SOS
  • Report, Sound, and Appearance Settings
  • Notifications
  • Control Center
  • Do Not Disturb
  • Privacy
  • Sounds
  • Happy haptics (iPhone 7 and later)
  • Happy Home button (iPhone 7, 7 Plus, 8, and 8 Plus)
  • Brightening up your day
  • Auto-lock
  • Wallpaper
  • In General
  • About About
  • Software update
  • Storage
  • Background App Refresh
  • Siri & Search
  • Handoff
  • CarPlay
  • VPN
  • iTunes Wi-Fi sync
  • Battery
  • Touch ID & Passcode
  • iTunes & App Store
  • Wallet & Apple Pay
  • Restrictions
  • Date & Time
  • Keyboard
  • Language & Region
  • Dictionary
  • Accessibility
  • Reset
  • Phoning In More Settings
  • Promoting harmony through Family Sharing
  • Sorting and displaying contacts
  • Nothing phone-y about these settings
  • Find My iPhone
  • Chapter 15 Apps-O-Lutely!
  • Finding Apps
  • Browsing for apps
  • Finding more information about an app
  • Downloading an app
  • Updating an app
  • Deleting and Organizing Your Apps
  • Deleting an app
  • Organizing your apps
  • Books, Newspapers, and Magazines
  • iBooks for your iPhone
  • Newspapers and magazines
  • Chapter 16 When Good iPhones Go Bad
  • iPhone Issues
  • But first . . .
  • Recharge your iPhone
  • Restart your iPhone
  • Reset your iPhone
  • Remove your content
  • Reset your settings and content
  • Restore your iPhone
  • Renew your iPhone with Recovery mode
  • Problems with Calling or Networks
  • Sync, Computer, or iTunes Issues
  • More Help on the Apple Website
  • If Nothing We Suggest Helps
  • Dude, Whereâ??s My Stuff?
  • Part 6 The Part of Tens
  • Chapter 17 Ten Appetizing Apps
  • Shazam
  • TurboScan
  • TripCase
  • Evernote
  • Bill Atkinson PhotoCard
  • IMDb
  • Tunity
  • iTunes U
  • Waze
  • WebMD
  • Chapter 18 Ten Apps Worth Paying For
  • Akinator VIP
  • Comics by Comixology
  • OldBooth
  • Action Movie FX
  • Halide
  • iTeleport
  • Baseball Statistics
  • Dark Sky Weather
  • Wallet
  • Heads Up!
  • Chapter 19 Ten Helpful Hints, Tips, and Shortcuts
  • Do the Slide for Accuracy and Punctuation
  • Autocorrect Is Your Friend
  • Auto apostrophes are good for you
  • Make rejection work for you
  • Assault on Batteries
  • Tricks with Links and Phone Numbers
  • Share the Love . . . and the Links
  • Choose a Home Page for Safari
  • Like a Time Machine for iPhone Backups
  • Create Ringtones for Free in GarageBand
  • Getting Apps out of the Multitasking Screen
  • Taking a Snapshot of the Screen
  • Index

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