Macworld Offers IPhone Superguide For 3.0 Software And 3GS

Posted: Jul 9 2009, 8:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:15pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
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Macworld has announced that the updated third edition of its Superguide for iPhone and iPod touch has been released. The book is claimed to be among the very first to be updated for the iPhone 3.0 software released last month.

The book has 172 pages and offers tons of advice and tips for using the iPhone 3GS and the 3.0 OS. The book covers things like quickly mastering the iPhone 3GS and the 3.0 update, saving time with classic and hidden shortcuts, and the best methods for synchronizing data and media.

The book also covers common iPhone and iPod touch issues and troubleshooting advice. Also covered are recommended accessories and apps to enhance the usability of the phone. The book is available now as a PDF download or on a CD for $12.95.

Via Macworld

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