You’re the proud owner of a new iPhone. Not only is the iPhone a great toy, it’s also a very useful tool. You’re going to enjoy it.
You may be asking yourself, though, where to begin. Even if you’ve had an iPod, setting up and using the iPhone is a bit different. This page walks you through the steps that you’ll find most useful in the early stages of setting up and using your iPhone.
There’s a lot more to learn, of course, but these tutorials, how-tos, and tips are what you’re likely to need to know in the early days of having an iPhone.
These are the basics: making sure you have the required software and accounts, and then how to use them to set up your iPhone and get started.
Once you've set up your iPhone, the next step is to learn how to use the core, built-in apps that do the crucial things: make calls, get and send email, browse the web, and more. Learn how to use:
Once the iPhone is set up, you'll want to learn how to do some basic things. The most basic are pretty intuitive, but these articles will help you go deeper.
Apps are probably the thing that make the iPhone so much fun. These articles will help you learn how to get and use apps, and guide you in which to choose.
Just like any computer, sometimes things go wrong with the iPhone. When they go wrong, it's good to know how to fix them.
Once you've mastered the basics, check out these articles for tips on using the iPhone more effectively and discovering some of its cool, hidden features.
- Shake to Shuffle
- Shake to Undo
- Using the iPhone Battery Meter
- Should You Upgrade iPhone 3GS to iOS 4?
- Take an iPhone Screenshot
- Faster Texting
- Jump to Top of Webpage
- iPhone Insurance
- Jailbreaking iPhone - Why and How To
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