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Get more out of-and onto-your iPhone than you ever thought possible
The new, even more powerful iPhone enables you to carry almost everything you need right in your pocket. iPhone Fully Loaded, 3rd Edition shows you things about your iPhone that you never imagined.
Written by Mac superstar and Chicago Sun Times technology columnist Andy Ihnatko, this irreverent and fun guide shows you how to put everything on your iPhone from old LPs, radio/TV shows, and movies to spreadsheets, presentations, and PC rescue files. It also covers all the latest applications as well as the basics like e-mail, music, and of course, making phone calls.
- Packed with the most tips and tricks found in any iPhone guide
- Shows how to upload Web pages, download TV shows, load Word, Excel, and Powerpoint documents on your iPhone, and back up files
- Covers using the new built-in video features, the search tool, the App Store, and all the newest applications
- Written in Andy Ihnatko's entertaining style and loaded with the unique ideas for which he is famous
- Applies to both Mac and Windows users
- Also covers the iPod touch
iPhone Fully Loaded, 3rd Edition lets you take maximum advantage of every feature of your new iPhone.
Trust Andy. This is not just another iPhone book
That would be like saying the iPhone is just another mobile device. Well, you know better. You're crazy in love with your iPhone. Now there's even more to love, plus 65,000 apps in the App Store. Andy Ihnatko explains the gems among them while he shows you how to control your Mac or PC from your iPhone, create and publish your blog or video, load your favorite comics, even have Office in your pocket. This thing just keeps getting better.
- Publish your podcast, photos, or that video you just captured
Install maps and travel guides that work even when the Internet doesn't
Load up books from Amazon, public-domain archives, or stuff you scan
Get your daily dose of Doonesbury plus your favorite classic comic books
Stream audio and video from new, free sources
ANDY IHNATKO is a world-renowned Mac pundit, blogger, author, and speaker. Author of the critically acclaimed The Mac OS X Tiger Book as well as iPod Fully Loaded, he has also written for nearly every publication with "Mac" in its name and is currently technology columnist for the Chicago Sun-Times.
Table of Contents
Part I: The Basics of Content.
Chapter 1: Remedial iTunes.
Chapter 2: How to Make 8 Gigabytes Seem Like 80, 32 Seem Like a Terabyte.
PART II: Media from the Real World: Audio and Video.
Chapter 3: Ripping CDs.
Chapter 4: Ripping DVDs.
Chapter 5: Ancient Analog Audio: LPs and Tapes.
Chapter 6: Old Home Video.
Chapter 7: Glorious Television.
Chapter 8: Radio.
PART III: The Death of Print.
Chapter 9: Books and Huge-ish Documents.
Chapter 10: Comic Books.
Chapter 11: Comic Strips.
Chapter 12: Crosswords.
PART IV: The Internet.
Chapter 13: News, Blogs, and Bookmarks.
Chapter 14: What a Friend We Have in RSS.
Chapter 15: The Web, for Keeps.
Chapter 16: Podcasts.
Chapter 17: Downloading Music from 169 Places Other than iTunes.
Chapter 18: Audio Streams.
Chapter 19: Internet Videos.
Part V : The Office.
Chapter 20: Putting Terabytes Worth of Files 209 on Your iPhone.
Chapter 21: Calendars and Contacts.
Chapter 22: Clippings, Notes, and Lists.
Chapter 23: The Office.