Brian Norman

The Ridiculously Simple Guide to iPhone X, XR, XS, and XS Max

Getting a new iPhone is exciting; it can almost feel like getting a new toy. Nobody likes a toy that makes you read a lengthy manual just to figure out how the darn thing works! 
If you’ve already had an iPhone (or maybe sev-eral), then chances are you already know how it works. But the iPhone X will throw you a curveball because the Home button has been removed. I’ll help make sure you know how to use the shortcuts and gestures that go along with this transition. It will, of course, also cover all the new features added into iOS 12.
This guide is formatted in a way to help you use your phone (and all its powerful features) as quickly as possible. 
I purposely have written this guide to be a little more casual and fun then what you expect from most iPhone manuals. The iPhone is a fun gadget, and any guide you read should be an equally fun read. 
Each chapter starts with bullet points on what will be covered, so if something you already know, you can skip right ahead; if you only need to know how to use new features, the book is also formatted in a way that these stand out.
Are you ready to start enjoying your new iPhone? Then let’s get started!
191 printed pages
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    Erikhas quoted2 years ago
    Keyboards and turning off predictive text
    Erikhas quoted2 years ago
    The first is a question that asks if you want Location Services
    Erikhas quoted2 years ago
Drag & drop your files (not more than 5 at once)