Conventions used in this book
This book uses certain conventions to help you find your way around, including
⇒ Text you type in a text box is shown in bold. Figure references, such as “see Figure 1-1,” are also in bold, to help you find them.
⇒ Whenever I mention a website address, or URL, I put it in a different font,
⇒ Figure callouts draw your attention to actions you need to perform. In some cases, points of interest in a figure may be indicated. The text tells you what to look for; the callout line makes it easy to find.
Tip icons point out insights or helpful suggestions related to tasks in the step lists.
New icons highlight features of iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C, or iOS 7 that are new and exciting, in case you’re moving up from earlier versions.
If you bought this book (or are even thinking about buying it), you’ve probably already made the decision to buy an iPhone. The iPhone is designed to be easy to use, but still you can spend hours exploring the preinstalled apps, finding out how to change settings, and syncing the device to your computer or through iCloud. I’ve invested those hours so that you don’t have to — and I’ve added advice and tips for getting the most out of your iPhone.
This book helps you get going with the iPhone quickly and painlessly ...