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How to Use Siri for Writing and Sending E-Mail

One of the most impressive things Siri can do is send your e-mails for you. Siri can transcribe your words into text so that you only need to talk into your iPhone 4S. Siri will then type out the words [more…]

Sending E-Mail to Multiple Recipients with Siri

If you are sending e-mail on the go, you are probably using your iPhone 4S. But with Siri you can send e-mails to groups and CC or BCC emails to multiple recipients, without any typing. You won't believe [more…]

E-mail Tasks Siri Can Perform for You

If you are a fan of Siri on your iPhone 4S, you already know that sending an e-mail is as simple as dictating what you want to say and telling Siri who to send it to. But wait; there's more! Siri can e-mail [more…]

How to Have Siri Read Your Texts Aloud

One of the coolest things of Siri can do is read your texts read out loud to you. Say you've got a bunch of unread text messages on your iPhone 4S and you don't want to tap through each one. After all, [more…]

How to Use Siri to Make Phone Calls

Okay, calling a phone number isn't the most ground-breaking thing Siri on your iPhone 4S can do, but you'll find Siri is a lot more accurate at the task. How many times have you said into an old phone [more…]

How to Use Siri to Make a FaceTime Call

You know that Siri on your iPhone 4Scan help you make phone calls and text people, but did you know that she can even help you make a FaceTime call to someone? Imagine, then, that you have a friend in [more…]

How to Use Siri for Texting

Need to send a text right away? With Siri on your iPhone 4S you can dictate a text and continue your jog down the beach. Not only that, Siri lets you text multiple people and send texts to phone numbers [more…]

iPhone Application Development For Dummies Cheat Sheet

To develop iPhone apps, you have to be able to navigate the tricky Xcode Workspace window, and you’ll find a guide here. This cheat sheet also helps you cut through some common confusion over what iPhone [more…]

Apple Partners with PowerON for iPhone 4S Recycling

Apple has made it easy to be environmentally conscious with its Reuse and Recyling program. The week of August 27, 2012 Apple updated its device recycling program and will now accept the iPhone 4S. But [more…]

How to Send Text Messages on Your iPhone 5

Without the ability to text, you can bet that so-called smartphone would be an instant failure in today's market. On your iPhone 5, you have the option to either send a standard SMS/MMS message [more…]

Put Notifications to Work on Your iPhone 5

The Notification Center is your iPhone 5's information hub, alerting you about everything from Calendar events and stock prices to missed voice calls. You can always access the Notification Center from [more…]

Jog Your Memory with Reminders on Your iPhone 5

Reminders on your iPhone 5 act as an old-fashioned to-do list, but with 90 features that pen and paper don’t have. You can share reminders between your Apple devices and your Mac via iCloud, but reminders [more…]

How to Work with Siri on Your iPhone 5

Siri allows you to control your iPhone 5 with just your voice — no memorizing strict commands or talking artificially. The more you use Siri, the more she’ll impress you. [more…]

How to Use iCloud on Your iPhone 5

First and foremost, Apple’s iCloud isn’t an app that you run. It isn’t even physically in your iPhone! What exactly is iCloud? Virtually all of Apple's products — the iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Mac [more…]

How to Hook Up an iPhone to a Computer

Your iPhone 5 doesn't need a computer at all, because you can directly download apps, music, and movies from the App Store and iTunes Store. However, if you do have a Mac or PC, [more…]

View and Share Photos and Video with Your iPhone 5

The iPhone 5's Camera Roll is the place to visit if you want to review and share what you've taken. You can get to the Camera Roll from the Camera screen: Tap the thumbnail at the lower left. Anytime you’re [more…]

How to Type a Web Address in Your iPhone 5

You can get to a web page on your iPhone 5 in lots of different ways, but the most common way of visiting a site for the first time is by typing a website’s address: [more…]

How to Play Music and Movies on Your iPhone 5

If you bought movies or music from the iTunes Store, you can watch or play them on your iPhone 5. Your iPhone can sync with the music you've added to your iTunes music library on your Mac or PC. Your iPhone [more…]

Ten iPhone 5 Features

The new iPhone 5, released on September 28, 2012, offers more than 200 new features. Among the new features included in this new release is the iOS 6 operating system. These top ten features are ones that [more…]

What to Do When Your iPhone 5 Acts Up

Most of the time, your iPhone behaves itself. But every so often it causes you problems. Here's a quick review of things you can try if your iPhone misbehaves. [more…]

Mastering the Multitouch Screen on the iPhone 5

The Apple iPhone has no physical keyboard or keypad buttons, so you have to use a virtual version of buttons and controls that appear on-screen for the tasks at hand. The figure shows standard options; [more…]

How to Make a Call on Your iPhone 5

You have several options for making a phone call from your iPhone. First tap the Phone icon on the Home screen, and then tap on one of these icons: [more…]

Managing Contacts on the iPhone 5

You access your address book by tapping the Phone icon on the Home screen of your iPhone. Some of the things you can do with contacts in the Phone application include the following: [more…]

iPhone 5 For Dummies Cheat Sheet

Your iPhone can be so much more than a communication tool to talk into. Aside from making calls and creating your contacts, you need to get familiar with the many options available on the iPhone touchscreen [more…]

What You Can Do with iPhone 5 General Settings

Use iPhone’s General settings to set up basic functionality for your everyday use. You access the General settings in the following table by tapping the Settings app icon on the Home screen and then tapping [more…]

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