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    Apple Posts User Guide for iPhone 4 and iOS 4

    Post  Bragging Rights on Sun Jun 27, 2010 11:11 am

    Apple has released the iPhone user guide for iOS 4 software.






    It's a 17MB, 244 page PDF designed to walk you through everything from syncing to using the default apps. The 28 chapters cover the Phone, Mail, Safari, iPod, Messages (SMS/MMS), Calendar, Photos, Camera, YouTube, Stocks, Maps, Weather, Voice Memos, Notes, Clock, Calculator, Settings, the iTunes Store, Compass, Contacts, Nike + iPod, iBooks, and Accessibility ... whew.

    The book includes tips specific to the iPhone 4, but it also includes tips for the 3GS and 3G. When a section of the manual is only applicable to a certain device, it is noted at the beginning of the section.

    As usual, the iPhone iOS 4 user guide is well-done. If you've been using an iPhone for any length of time, you've probably figured out most of this stuff already. It's a good resource for new users, though. There is a whole section of Apple manuals for various devices including the iPod and iPad.

    For those people with a few hours to kill either waiting for a pre-ordered iPhone 4 to arrive or camping out to purchase one tomorrow, Apple has posted the user guide (PDF link) for iPhone 4 and iOS 4 for your reading pleasure. The 243-page guide, which is also available in an iPhone-formatted version accessible through Safari for iPhone, is broken down into 28 chapters and offers information on the features of iOS 4 as they relate to Apple's new iPhone 4 and 3GS devices.

    The user guide covers a multitude of topics, from physical features of the iPhone to setup and on through the various software offerings included by default on the devices. Also included are sections on the iTunes Store and App Store, as well as Apple's free iBooks application available separately through the App Store and the iPhone's Nike + iPod capabilities.


    Sources:

    Tuaw.com

    Macrumors.com


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