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By Edward C. Baig

Thoroughly up to date and revised all through, this full-color advisor covers Apple's new iPhone and iOS. Bestselling veteran authors Baig and LeVitus introduce you to the features of the iPhone no matter if you make mobile calls, shopping the net, sending and receiving e-mails, operating with the calendar, looking at video clips, taking nice pictures, or even more. you will find easy methods to manage iTunes, purchase tune and movies from the iTunes shop, shield your details, troubleshoot, multitask, and obtain the masses of hundreds of thousands of apps to be had from the App shop.

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Organizing Icons into Folders Finding the single app you want to use among apps spread out over 11 screens is a daunting task. But Apple felt your pain, and with iOS 4, the company introduced a handy organization tool called Folders. The Folders feature enables you to create folder icons, each holding up to a dozen apps. As Figure 2-12 shows, you might create folders for Social apps, Photography, Travel, and any number of other categories. indd 38 7/19/10 3:18 PM7/19/10 3:18 PM Chapter 2: iPhone Basic Training 39 To create a folder, press your finger against an icon until all the icons on the screen jiggle.

Multitasking iOS 4 adds a bevy of important features, of which the long-overdue multitasking feature is arguably the most significant. Multitasking simply lets you run numerous apps in the background simultaneously or easily switch from one app to another. For example, music from a third-party app such as Slacker can play in the background while you surf the Web, peek at pictures, or check e-mail. Before multitasking hit the iPhone, Slacker would shut itself down the moment you started performing tasks in another app.

If you don’t see the Wi-Fi icon in the status bar, Internet access is not currently available. Wireless (that is, cellular) carriers may offer one of three data networks. The fastest is a 3G data network, which, as you probably guessed, is available only on the iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS, and iPhone 4. The device first looks for a 3G network and then, if it can’t find one, looks for a slower EDGE or GPRS data network. Wi-Fi networks, however, are even faster than any cellular data network — 3G, EDGE, or GPRS.

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