101 Handy Tech Tips for the iPhone has the tips, tricks and suggestions you need to get the most out of your iPhone.
Their stories have inspired this collection of tips designed to make you feel in control of your phone and not the other way around.
There’s no complex language and the tips will delight beginners and impress even the most expert user.
Some of the things you’ll learn?From the basics, like How to Take a Screenshot (tip #20) to the advanced, like How to Change the Brightness of the Flashlight (tip #36).
You will love learning how to unlock the full potential of your iPhone using this guide.
He is also a frequent contributor to KFI AM 640 Los Angeles and a fill-in host for a nationally syndicated technology radio show.
Praise from the first edition of 101 Handy Tech Tips for the iPhone:As a senior technical writer — I appreciate his attention to detail and the ability to explain complex items in a simple way.
So I was skeptical that this book would be that useful, but I could tell right from the start that I was wrong.
I am a techno nerd and thought there wasn’t going to be much I could learn from this book; however, I was wrong.
Tech Reporter Rich DeMuro has presented TV segments on a variety of tech topics for over a decade and has fielded many emails from everyday folks struggling to understand their devices.
Anyone can follow the steps, understand the concepts and learn.
Updated, simplified and revised for iOS 12 with tips on the latest additions to the software including Screen Time, Group FaceTime, Memoji, Do Not Disturb during Bedtime, Siri Shortcuts and more.
Tech Reporter Rich DeMuro appears on the #1 rated KTLA Morning News in Los Angeles.
Rich is on a mission to help everyday folks understand technology and get the most out of their gadgets and apps.
– Amazon reviewAs a long-term iPhone lover, I assumed I knew pretty much everything there was to know about it.
Amazon reviewLearned so many cool things my phone can do! Such a deal! If your thinking about getting it.
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