iPhone For Seniors For Dummies, 7th Edition
iPhone For Seniors For Dummies is the complete guide to getting the most out of your iPhone 6 or higher. Packed with full-color graphics and easy-to-read larger print, this book walks you through the various features that make the iPhone a global favorite. The 7th edition has been updated to cover the iPhone's newest features, and introduces you to accessibility options that can make your iPhone easier to use, including touch assistance, visibility enhancements, speech, and more. You'll learn how to use all the native apps including email, iCal, iTunes, Photos, Maps, Contacts, and you'll learn where to find travel, weather, reading, and health apps that you will love. The iPhone offers a variety of ways to stay in touch, get organized, and be entertained, and this book shows you how to take advantage of each and every feature in a way that fits your lifestyle.
Making and taking calls is just the beginning—whether you want to play games, read books, get directions, shop, chat, or listen to music, there's an app for that! When you're ready to start exploring, this friendly guide will help you:
- Learn your way around the iPhone's many features
- Sync with iTunes, shop for apps, and download music, movies, and books
- Manage email, messages, photos, and appointments
- Get driving directions, play games, make video calls, and so much more!
The iPhone is the world's most popular smartphone for good reason; it's sleek, unobtrusive, and brilliantly designed to be user-friendly and secure. iPhone For Seniors For Dummies shows you how to use the technology your way, with clear, straightforward instruction and practical advice.
Dwight Spivey has been an expert on all things Apple for 20+ years. He's the author of many technology books, including iPad For Seniors For Dummies, 10th Edition. His technology experience includes Mac, Linux, and Windows operating systems, Apple and Android smartphones and tablets, and networking. Dwight is also the Educational Technology Administrator at Spring Hill College in Mobile, AL.