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Today the new iPhone manual from Anton Ochsenkühn appears, in which he takes a close look at iOS 14. From newbies using an Apple smartphone for the first time to Apple fans who simply want to familiarize themselves with the new functions, everyone gets their money's worth. In addition to the instructions, tips and tricks as text and screenshots, the offer also includes 4 hours of video material. However, these are not delivered on a DVD or the like, but can be called up using QR codes. This is how this function of the iPhone is also used;)
The 254-page book is completely in German and published by amac-buch Verlag. Anton Ochsenkühn has been working with Apple products since 1988 and is an institution in the scene. Here in the blog it has been about his books several times, which have always received good ratings. Even the concept of the video tutorials, which was introduced as a new feature last year, has arrived as an enrichment after initial skepticism. Take a look at the macOS Catalina manual with video tutorials can be found with this link. The new book on iOS 14 can certainly convince to the same extent.
You could read the new iOS manual from Anton Ochsenkühn a week ago If you still pre-order a paperback, it will not be available in this form as of today's release date. But you can buy it as a Kindle eBook and read it on your e-reader or in the Kindle app. The Kindle app is available for Mac, PC, iPhone, iPad, Android devices and so on. The iPhone and iOS 14 manual by Philip Kiefer, which will be published on November 20, 2020, can also be pre-ordered as a printed book - here is the corresponding product page on Amazon.
Which book do you choose? Or do you completely trust the instructions, tips and tricks here at Sir Apfelot? Feel free to leave a comment;)
After graduating from high school, Johannes completed an apprenticeship as a business assistant specializing in foreign languages. But then he decided to research and write, which resulted in his independence. For several years he has been working for Sir Apfelot, among others. His articles include product introductions, news, manuals, video games, consoles, and more. He follows Apple keynotes live via stream.
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