iPhone: The Missing Manual
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The iPhone may be the world’s coolest computer, but it’s still a computer, with all of the complexities. iPhone: The Missing Manual is a funny, gorgeously illustrated guide to the tips, shortcuts, and workarounds that will turn you, too, into an iPhone master.
Written by Missing Manual series creator and former New York Times columnist David Pogue, this updated guide shows you everything you need to know about the new features and user interface of iOS 9 for the iPhone. This easy-to-use book will help you accomplish everything from web browsing to watching videos so you can get the most out of your iPhone.
Michaels, O’Reilly’s Nan Barber, and my incredible assistant Jan Carpenter, who keeps me from falling apart like wet Kleenex. Thanks to David Rogelberg and Tim O’Reilly for believing in the idea; to Kellee Katagi, Judy Le, and Nancy Young for proofreading and fact- checking; and above all, to Nicki, Kell, Tia, and Jeffrey. They make these books—and everything else—possible. —David Pogue Also by David Pogue Missing Manuals are witty, well written guides to computer products that don’t come with.
Brightness. So for the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, Apple developed a custom chip with a single purpose: to overclock the screen. In selfie situations, the screen blasts at three times its usual full brightness, just for a fraction of a second. It’s crazy-bright and works fantastically well. • Tougher screen and body. For the first time since the original iPhone came out in 2007, Apple now admits that it buys the glass for its screens from Corning, which developed the famously strong Gorilla Glass.
Once was, but it’s still nice to be able to flick it on so easily when you get into the car. Sample Siri commands: “Turn Bluetooth on.” “Turn off Bluetooth.” • Do Not Disturb (p). Do Not Disturb mode, described on page 116, means that the phone won’t ring or buzz when people call—except a few handpicked people whose communiqués ring through. Perfect for sleeping hours; in fact, you can set up an automated schedule for Do Not Disturb (say, midnight to 7 a.m.). But what if you wake up early or.
Version: 1. Hold your finger down on the ›. When the recording palette appears, you can lift your finger. 2. Aim the camera, and then tap ›. The phone snaps the picture and sends it, all at once. As you get better, you can do it all in one quick motion: Hold your finger on the s, aim the camera, slide up to the : button, and let go. Snap and send. TIP: The › on the recording palette doesn’t give you the chance to review the photo before you snap it. If you prefer that method, then tap the ›.
Tasting panels. He lives with his wife and some great felines. Email: phil. email@example.com. x The Missing Credits Rich Koster (technical reviewer). The iPhone became Rich’s first cellphone the very first evening it was sold by Apple. From the start, he began corresponding with David Pogue, sharing tips, tricks, and observations; eventually, David asked him to be the beta reader of the first edition of iPhone: The Missing Manual—and hired him as the tech editor of subsequent editions.