iPhone 7 Guidebook - Thomas Anthony

iPhone 7 Guidebook

By Thomas Anthony

  • Release Date: 2016-09-15
  • Genre: Computers
Score: 3.5
From 15 Ratings


iPhone 7 breaks the mould when it comes to design and features. It’s encased in an evocative Jet Black aluminium cover, features two cameras, a stereo audio system, improved 3D Touch and more.
This book is a complete guide to iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. It covers the history of iPhone, the basics of using this amazing device, delves into all of its built-in apps, explains how accessibility features can be used to aid those with impairments, and reveals some insightful tips and secrets to help you make the most of the iPhone 7 hardware and software.
With colorful screenshots, concise text and helpful tips, you’ll soon be a master of everything iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus with this in-depth guidebook.
Inside you’ll discover:
The history of the iPhone
The basics of using iPhone
All about 3D Touch
Detailed app tutorials
The secrets of mastering mobile photography
How to edit photos to make them shine
How to use Apple Music
Essential Settings and configurations
Troubleshooting tips
Advanced tutorials and tips


  • iPhone 7 users guide

    By Aniben5
    Why is it that I have to pay, to know how to work my phone?.shouldn't everything come with free instructions on how to use it?..or is there a free guide somewhere in the phone?
  • iPhone 7 Guidebook

    By Gypsy116
    The iPhone 7 Guidebook was very helpful in most cases, but I did know know some of the workings of the iPhone because I was use to the phone. My opinion is when you buy a device it is the best know to all you can then digest it. Then after a month or so reread it. A must buy because there is always some hidden secret you might miss.
  • Begger from Samera

    By Yadola Geda
    Apple, the great begger
  • Pay for a manual?!?

    By TheMagicQ
    Why?! If you needed to figure something out, you go to YouTube. I understand that people want money but Apple has lots and already make money from other books. I think this was a mistake.