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iPhone 4 Made Simple Paperback – Sep 1 2010
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About the Author
Martin Trautschold is the founder and chief executive officer of Made Simple Learning, a leading provider of Apple iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, BlackBerry and Palm webOS books and video tutorials. He has been a successful entrepreneur in the mobile device training and software business since 2001. With Made Simple Learning, he has been helping to train thousands of BlackBerry users with short, to-the-point video tutorials. He has now co-authored 15 Made Simple guide books. Martin also co-founded, ran for three years, then sold a mobile device software company. Prior to this, Martin spent 15 years in technology and business consulting in the U.S. and Japan. He holds an engineering degree from Princeton University and a master's in business administration from the Kellogg School at Northwestern University. Martin and his wife, Julia, have three daughters. Martin enjoys rowing and cycling. He can be reached at email@example.com.
Top Customer Reviews
I would recommend this book to anyone wanting to use their iPhone to all it's features.
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iPhone 4 Made Simple helped me get so much more out of my iPhone 3Gs than I ever thought possible.
The extensive iTunes guide in the back of the book has shown me a bunch of cool new things - My wife and I both use iTunes so we can now share our music and save money with the iTunes Home Sharing feature. I created a few new Genius mixes - a whole new way to enjoy my music library. I also learned how to get PDF files into iTunes and onto my iPhone so I can read them anywhere. I'm in the advertising business and have lots of things to read that are in PDF format - so reading them on my iPhone in iBooks makes it so much more enjoyable.
Also, I loved the tip of how to download free e-books from the iBooks store by searching for `project Gutenberg.'
One thing that sets this book apart from any other tech book I've read are the abundance of large pictures and clear steps. This book was so easy to read. I was able to learn many of the tasks by just looking at the pictures.
I was amazed to learn that I could now schedule a meeting from underlined text in an email just by tapping it and scheduling a new event - that is really great.
I never knew about the free Evernote app described in the Notes chapter. This app allows me to store text notes, voice notes, and even picture notes. The app is amazing because I can snap a picture of a page of text and then actually search Evernote for the text within the image.
I signed up for the free email tips from the author's website which are great - I get bite-sized chunks of useful information every week or so.
For anyone with an iPhone running iOS version 4, I highly recommend this book. It will definitely help you get so much more out of your iPhone than you imagined possible.