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iPhone 12 Series User Guide: The Complete Illustrated, Practical Guide with Tips and Tricks to Maximizing the iPhone 12 Series

iPhone 12 Series User Guide: The Complete Illustrated, Practical Guide with Tips and Tricks to Maximizing the iPhone 12 Series

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iPhone 12 Series User Guide: The Complete Illustrated, Practical Guide with Tips and Tricks to Maximizing the iPhone 12 Series

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225 pages
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Lansat:
Oct 15, 2020
ISBN:
9791220208222
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Carte

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The Complete User Guide to Maximizing the iPhone 12 Series

The iPhone 12 Series introduce a beautiful new design packed with innovative features, including A14 Bionic, an advanced dual-camera system, and a Super Retina XDR display with the Ceramic Shield front cover.

Apple unveiled iPhone 12 series with 5G technology, ushering in a new era for the world’s best smartphone. The newly designed iPhone 12 models feature expansive edge-to-edge Super Retina XDR displays for a brighter, more immersive viewing experience, and a new Ceramic Shield front cover, providing the biggest jump in durability ever on iPhone. The Apple-designed A14 Bionic, the fastest chip in a smartphone, powers every experience on iPhone 12, and coupled with an advanced dual-camera system, delivers meaningful new computational photography features and the highest quality video in a smartphone. iPhone 12 models also introduce MagSafe, offering high-powered wireless charging and an all-new ecosystem of accessories that easily attach to iPhone.

This book is a detailed in DEPTH guide that will help you to maximize your iPhone 12 series experience. It has ACTIONABLE tips, tricks and hacks. It contains specific step-by-step instructions that are well organized and easy to read.

Here is a preview of what you will learn:
  • Set up and get started
  • Manage Apple ID and iCloud settings on iPhone 12
  • Learn basic gestures to interact with iPhone 12
  • Connect iPhone to CarPlay
  • New iOS 14 Features for iPhone
  • Multitask with Picture in Picture on iPhone 12
  • Send and receive text messages with CarPlay
  • Use AirDrop on iPhone to send items to nearby devices
  • Add text, shapes, and signatures with Markup on iPhone 12
  • Add widgets to the iPhone Home Screen
  • Open Apps and Find Music and Quickly Using Spotlight Search
  • How to identify and remove unnecessary apps
  • Accessing the Control Center, iOS 14 and iPhone new gestures
  • Send and receive sms messages on iPhone via Text Message Forwarding
  • Learn to create and use Memoji in iOS 14
  • Learn the changes to notifications in iOS 14
  • How to use Siri
  • Hand off tasks between iPhone and your Mac
  • How to perform quick website search in Safari
  • Download Free Books on Your iPhone
  • How to Use iCloud Keychain on Your iPhone Devices
  • How to use Favorites in Apple Maps
  • Read PDF documents in Books on iPhone
  • Use the Camera settings on iPhone
  • Get music, movies, TV shows, and more in the iTunes Store
  • Watch shows and movies in the Apple TV app
  • Set up Family Sharing on iPhone 12
  • Set up Screen Time for yourself on iPhone 12
  • Restore purchased and deleted items to iPhone 12
  • Get started with accessibility features on iPhone 12
  • Important safety information for iPhone
… and much more!

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Lansat:
Oct 15, 2020
ISBN:
9791220208222
Format:
Carte

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Introduction

It happened later in the year than usual, but the result is the same: Apple has finally unveiled its latest phone, iPhone 12.

Of course, it isn’t just one iPhone 12 — there are actually four different models to choose from this year. The iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Mini, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max are here.

iPhone 12 design and displays

The headline for 2020 is that Apple is finally making a dramatic change to the overall hardware design, after evolving the iPhone X design for three generations. The latest design calls back to the iPhone 5 and falls in line with the latest iPad Pro and iPad Air.

The sides are now flat, with a matte finish on the iPhone 12 and a glossy finish on the iPhone 12 Pro, and have sharper edges that transition to the glass front and back. The look is completed with smaller bezels around the entirety of the screen, though the top notch still houses the front-facing camera and Face ID tech. The design is complemented by a range of new colors, most notably a standout deep blue variant.

The iPhone 12 and 12 Mini come in black, blue, green, white, and red, while the iPhone 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max come in black, blue, gold, and white.

The second-most enticing part of the iPhone 12 line is the screen sizes on offer. The iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro now offer a 6.1-inch display, up from 5.8 inches, though with the smaller bezels, the phones aren’t appreciably larger overall. New for the range is the iPhone 12 Mini (yes, that’s the real name), which features a 5.4-inch display that slots it just above the iPhone SE in Apple’s lineup. For those who want a huge display, there’s the iPhone 12 Pro Max with a 6.7-inch display.

The iPhone 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max have a slightly different set of finishes, in addition to their different colors. The frame is stainless steel, not aluminum, and the textures of the frame and glass are flipped — the frame is polished to a brilliant shine, while the glass has a matte texture like the iPhone 11 Pro.

Regarding that display, there’s a big improvement in durability: Ceramic Shield glass. Apple partnered with glass maker Corning to create a new glass covering for the iPhone 12, called Ceramic Shield, that’s the strongest display covering made commercially available. Apple claims it has 4x better drop performance, meaning it’s much more likely to survive a typical drop without cracking or breaking. We’ll have to wait and see how that translates to scratch resistance and other measures of durability.

None of the screens, even on the Pro models, have a 120Hz refresh rate or what Apple would call ProMotion technology. Though I’m sure the screens are beautiful, it’s still a letdown in a year when a nearly every Android phone released this year has at least a 90Hz refresh rate — and trust me, that really does make a difference in how the screen looks.

All four iPhone 12 models offer 5G connectivity, which is a first for Apple but a feature found on most Android phones over $500. Apple chose to include both the widespread Sub-6 5G and lesser-used mmWave 5G radios on its phones, ensuring wider compatibility, particularly in the U.S. Verizon uses mmWave exclusively, while AT&T and T-Mobile are primarily based on Sub-6 and are slowly adding mmWave.

The iPhone 12 has just two cameras again, a main lens and an ultrawide lens, but Apple has improved the main camera compared to the iPhone 11. The main camera has a new 7-element lens, and a wider f/1.6 aperture, to improve low-light photography — Apple claims a 27% improvement in low-light capabilities.

Apple has now enabled night mode on all of the cameras, so you can shoot low-light shots with both the rear ultrawide camera and the front-facing selfie camera. This means fewer opportunities to blind or blow out your subject with a flash. And all four iPhone 12 models have improved main camera OIS (optical image stabilization), which stabilizes at 5x the sample rate, enabling better long exposures — up to 2 seconds without loss in sharpness.

For the iPhone 12 Pro, the cameras are taken to a new level. First off, you get three sensors with the addition of a telephoto lens at 52mm that provides 2x optical zoom over the main camera. The main camera is improved as well, like the iPhone 12, with an f/1.6 aperture and new 7-element lens for clearer photos.

Apple is doing even more on the iPhone 12 Pro Max, with improvements to the main and telephoto cameras. The main sensor has a new DSLR-like OIS system, called sensor shift, that stabilizes the sensor itself rather than the lens. With this new sensor system, low-light performance is improved over even the 12 Pro. The telephoto lens has a longer 65mm focal length, or 2.5x on the main lens, which gets you a little closer to your subject and reduces the amount of digital zoom required.

With the new A14 Bionic processor, Apple is able to bring its Deep Fusion advanced camera processing to all four cameras, including the selfie camera, for even better computational photography to resolve tough scenes, lighting, and textures.

The return of MagSafe charging

A huge curveball in the iPhone 12 is the resurrection of the MagSafe brand — previously used for Apple’s laptop chargers that attached with magnets. The new system integrates strong magnets into the back of the iPhone 12, so that you can attach accessories — and no, it’s not just limited to chargers.

With MagSafe, you can attach all sorts of accessories to the back of the phone with a snap — full cases, small case attachments like a wallet pouch, car dashboard mounts, and chargers. Apple is also introducing a wireless charging pad that has magnets in it, so you can toss an iPhone 12 on it and know it’s charging every single time.

Better yet, MagSafe isn’t going to be exclusive to Apple’s own accessories. Other companies will be able to make MagSafe-compatible attachments, with Belkin being one of the first to have new accessories. Given how robust the market currently is for accessories that use magnets inside of existing cases, we can expect this to really take off for the iPhone 12 series.

Getting Started

Whether you're brand new to the Apple ecosystem or upgrading for the tenth time, setting up a new iPhone is an exhilarating experience, not unlike waking up on Christmas morning. From the moment you see that first Hello to the final step, here's everything you need to know about setting up your new iPhone 12, 12 Pro & 12 Pro Max..

How To Set Up Your New iPhone 12, 12 Mini, 12 Pro & 12 Pro Max

You can set up your new iPhone XS in one of three ways, start fresh, restore from another iPhone, or import content from a non-Apple phone. Here's what each of those options mean in more detail.

Set up as new - means starting everything — every setting — from scratch. This is for people who've never used a smartphone or online services before or who want their iPhone to feel truly brand new.

Restore from a previous iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch backup - You can do this online with iCloud or over USB with

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