Download Macworld iPhone Superguide, Second Edition by The Editors at Macworld PDF

By The Editors at Macworld

For iPhone, iPod, iPod contact, Mac and home windows clients, this booklet info and simplifies the easiest use of your iPhone positive aspects. This moment version brings again the preferred iPhone Superguide, up to date for iPhone, iPhone 3G, and iPod contact. Our specialists percentage how one can grasp hidden positive aspects simply, connect with within sight instant networks, and preserve your facts secure. reap the benefits of insider suggestions for speaking utilizing the telephone, electronic mail, textual content messages and fast message. extend your iPhone features with our selections of most sensible 3rd social gathering apps from the Apple App shop. And troubleshooting recommendation is essential with suggestions for fixing tense hiccups. Plus navigate your media documents, iTunes clever playlists, and luxuriate in the iPod hiding within your iPhone. Get the main from your equipment with this moment variation iPhone Superguide.

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Then enter the appropriate information in the various fields. This will include your name, e-mail address, and account description, just as with the previous option; the incoming and outgoing server addresses; and your user name and password. You may want to check with your e-mail provider to see if you need to enter your user name and password for Mail, Your Way Use the Mail, Contacts, Calendar screen to determine how many messages you see in your Inbox , set the font size of messages, and create a signature for outgoing messages.

BUHon lOt' .. -- Keypad If the number you wan t to call isn't in your Contacts list-or if you just like the feel of pressing numbers to initiate a phone call-tap on the Keypad button to summon up an on-screen keypad . Once you tap on the number, you can tap on the Add Contact button to the left of the Call button-its icon shows a person's head and a plus sign (+)- to save that number for future use. You can also double-tap on the Call button to quickly redial the last contact you called. Managing Phone Calls When someone calls you, two on-screen options appear on your iPhone: Accept or Decline.

If it's an unknown number, the city and state for that area code will appear underneath . If the iPhone registers multiple calls to or from the same person in a short period of time, it shows the number of calls next to the person 's entry- higher numbers might reflect a sense of urgency. Missed calls are listed in red. The Missed button displays only those calls you've missed. If you tap on the blue arrow next to a person in the list, you'll find additional details, such as whether it was an incoming or outgoing call, the date and time each call was logged, and the dUration of the call.

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