10/11/10
10:28 pm

Forum Question: How to find tutorial by Apple?

When I bought my iPhone 4 I was told that all I need to do is go to www.apple.com to find tutorial/s on how to use it. I have not been able to find the tutorials. Can anyone help me?
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The Owl

Comments: 6 Responses to “How to find tutorial by Apple?”

    10/11/10 @ 10:33 pm

    Well, there are a lot of things at the Apple site.
    Manuals: http://support.apple.com/manuals/iphone/
    iPhone Support: http://www.apple.com/support/iphone/
    I think there might be some videos in there. There are some here at MacMost.com as well. Is there anything in particular you are having trouble with?

      The Owl
      10/12/10 @ 12:42 pm

      I have a bunch of beginner questions that I’ll share with you after the 13th Oct. I have a commitment and no time to go into it till then. I’ll be back on with my questions. thanks for your prompt reply

      The Owl
      10/12/10 @ 2:40 pm

      Gary
      I checked my list and I have 11 beginner questions. I can’t understand how a company like Apple with their level of technology 1-doesn’t provide a manual 2-make it so complicated to find how to use their “best in the world” product 3-Seem to rely on different forums to do their work.

      Again I’m new at this and I’m wondering if I should include all 11 in one posting or should I post them all separately?

        10/12/10 @ 3:12 pm

        Curious to see what your questions are. I’d prefer that you asked them one at a time (perhaps one per day) at http://macmost.com/forum
        The idea is that if you have questions, then others do as well. If you ask them and I (and others) answer is a public place, then others can find the answers in the future.
        Oh, and there is a manual. Just go to http://support.apple.com/manuals/iphone/ and look for the “iPhone User Guide (For iOS 4.1 Software)” — that’s the current one. It is 250+ pages. There are also numerous third-party books out there.

          The Owl
          10/14/10 @ 3:54 pm

          Thanks, I will check the manual website.
          What do you mean by a public place? Does it that if I post a question I might find the answer somewhere else because it has already been answered? and How do I find it?

          2 I posted a question some time ago (today) came back and my post didn’t show, so I posted again thinking that I had not click on SEND. It is still not showing! Have I done something wrong?

            10/14/10 @ 3:59 pm

            By public place, I mean that you can see the questions and answers, like at http://macmost.com/forum — and someone else in the future can search for and find the answer too. It makes more sense than you asking me the question, and then me responding, and you are the only one who ever sees the answer. This way others benefit as well.
            You can search MacMost at the top of any MacMost.com page using the search field and button there. You can also search Google for anything any any site anywhere.
            I saw you posted twice. I deleted the shorter one and answered the second post. Each post is moderated by me before being approved, otherwise spammers would overrun the site with their junk. Today I am a bit slow moderating the posts as I am at a conference.

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