Starting today in the print edition: iPhone manual for iOS 16 with 4 hours of video material

The new iPhone manual for Apple smartphones with iOS 16 from Anton Ochsenkühn you can buy the print edition from today. In addition to a guided introduction to using iPhones with iOS 16, there are several chapters that deal with the operating system and the use of apps. Of course, the focus is more on the solutions provided by Apple than on offers from third-party providers. From the classic call to editing photos and videos on the Apple iPhone, everything is explained. Take a look at the book and order the same with Prime shipping you can with this link.

The new iPhone manual for Apple devices with iOS 16 by Anton Ochsenkühn is now available in print. You can order it on Amazon with Prime shipping.

The new iPhone manual for Apple devices with iOS 16 by Anton Ochsenkühn is now available in print. You can order it on Amazon with Prime shipping.

iPhone manual by Anton Ochsenkühn: What is a premium video book?

For a few years, the manuals by Anton Ochsenkühn have been available from amac-buch Verlag not only as a pure collection of texts and screenshots. If it says it's a "premium" book, it usually comes with 4 hours or more of video tutorials. However, the DVDs or CD-ROMs that accompany the book are not used for this purpose. Rather, QR codes are printed in the individual chapters and sections, which, when scanned with a smartphone or tablet, lead directly to the appropriate video. You can see how well this works here: iPad manual with premium content in the test.

Guide to iOS 16 and new iPhones as eBook or paperback

On the one hand, you can download the new iOS 16 manual by Anton Ochsenkühn from amac-buch Verlag at Apple Books or buy it as a Kindle edition from Amazon and then use it as an eBook. On the other hand, starting today you can order it as a paperback edition, in which you can leaf through, mark, insert bookmarks and scan the QR codes more conveniently. Which edition do you prefer? When it comes to manuals and how-to guides, do you prefer eBooks that are always available digitally, or print versions that are quicker to flip from one place to another? Please leave a comment :)

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