New to iPhone SE? This user guide has you covered
The iPhone SE is the newest (and cheapest) iPhone on the market. So it's got to be a lemon, right? Only if you like lemonade The iPhone SE is already being hailed as the best budget phone on the market. True, it doesn't have the same hardware as the high-end iPhones that cost over $1,000--but depending on the type of user you are, it may not even matter.
If you are a little overwhelmed with everything the iPhone can do, this book will simplify it for you. It's not going to cover everything--if you want to set up a private network or iMAP / POP email account, then keep walking If you are saying: what is iMAP? Then this book is just for you The emphasis of the book are the things you'll want to do--like take pictures of your grandkids Not all those little things that you would never use even if you understood it.
It covers things like taking photos. And how to Use Facetime with grandkids. This book walks you through what you need to know step-by-step, and also helps you understand how it's different from other iPhones.
It covers only what most people want to know--so you don't have to comb through hundreds of pages of tech-speak just to find out how to do a common feature.
Some of the many topics it covers:
- What's new to iOS 13
- Buying, removing, rearranging, updating apps
- Taking, editing, organizing and sharing photos
- Apple Services (Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Card, iCloud)
- Using Siri Using pre-installed apps like Notes, Calendar, Reminders, and more
- Making phone calls and sending messages
- And much, much more
This book is based on the book "Getting Started with the iPhone SE" but includes an expanded section on accessibility (like how to make text easier to see).
Are you ready to start enjoying your new iPhone? Then let's get started