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  • Why Apple

    My very first iPhone was an iPhone 6+. Now i have a iPhone XS Max and there isn’t much of a difference. This book is a waste of money and your time. I do not recommend buying this I mean over 1000 pages! I don’t care if you don’t have it or if you do (which if you did buy your loss) this is still a terrible book. I love Apple and what they give for products but this book is big fat fail. For all the people who have peanut sized brain and can’t understand what all those words mean here is a simpler way for you. THIS BAD
  • 5
    By darookhan
    N b
  • User Manual should be free 100%.

    By Glojank
    SERIOUSLY PEOPLE. 7 deadly sins or 10 Commandments ???? I’m going with the Holy Trinity every time.
  • Help

    By May Matt
    That I found a good book for my friend.
  • Good enough

    By stsvf
    It’s a meh to me
  • User Guide

    By German Class Instructor
    The text is too minuscule to read even with a large magnifying glass. Very user unfriendly.
  • Rating the manual or the internet’s manual about the phone?

    By St. Ekenot
    Thanks so the book 🔙
  • Paying for the manual…?

    By IceCubeCub
    I’m not sure why y’all were charged; I just d/l it. There was no price shown. Maybe they changed it in the last week or so? (Written 05/21/22)
  • Fine.

    By CaptainJack757
    Just Junk!
  • Very helpful!

    By Johne154
    Being a latecomer to iPhone, starting on iOS 13, the official Apple iPhone User Guide has proven very helpful as new iOS features are added, starting with the Settings app. Learning how to “properly use” the camera app, including: setting the focus, adjusting the exposure, using the filters, HDR, timer delay for the shutter release, and much more, has brought my old 35mm photography bug into the digital age. The User Guide has been very helpful with the many Control Center features; those unlabeled icons are not much help without more explanation or instruction. The biggest thing is that the iPhone can do so much more than just phone calls and text messages. Now I’m sharing its cell service with my iPad. Very cool when your phone can be in another room charging and your Wifi only iPad can answer incoming calls and make outgoing calls. Without this FREE User Guide thru the Apple Books app, I wouldn’t even know about a lot of iOS features and functionality, much less how to use them.