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People don't just like their iPhones. They love them. Love shouldn't be blind, though, which is why this friendly guide is filled with advice to make your iPhone experience all the more pleasurable. You'll explore its multitouch interface, get apps, sync your data, send messages, browse the web, set up iTunes, watch movies, share photos, and find your location. You'll never want to part!
Keep it together — manage media, contacts, calendars, e-mail accounts, and more, and sync it all with iCloud
Do you multitask? — while on a call, check your appointments, surf the web, and switch effortlessly between applications
Not just talk — wave to your kids, confer with a client, or see what's happening with FaceTime video calling
Shake, rattle, and roll — create playlists, scroll through your music library, and customize your listening experience
Satisfy your app-etite — find and download the best apps for every interest and keep your apps up to date
Open the book and find:
Steps for getting started with your iPhone
Ways to communicate with your voice-activated virtual assistant, Siri
Easy ways to organize your to-do lists with Reminders
How to stay on top of the latest news with Notification Center
Instructions for turning your iPhone into an e-book reader
Tips for staying connected with Twitter and Facebook
How iCloud can help locate your iPhone if it has been lost
Advice on troubleshooting your iPhone
Edward C. Baig is the Personal Technology columnist for USA TODAY and the author of Macs For Dummies, 11th Edition.
Bob "Dr. Mac" LeVitus pens the popular "Dr. Mac" column for the Houston Chronicle and is the author of Incredible iPhone Apps For Dummies.