Get ready to . . .
⇒ Charge the Battery
⇒ Download iTunes to Your Computer
⇒ Open an iTunes Account for Music, Movies, and More
⇒ Make iPhone Settings Using iTunes
⇒ Sync the iPhone to Your Computer Using iTunes
⇒ Sync Wirelessly
⇒ Understand iCloud
⇒ Get an iCloud Account
⇒ Make iCloud Sync Settings
⇒ View the iPhone User Guide Online 71
Your first step in getting to work with the iPhone is to make sure that its battery is charged. Next, if you want to find free or paid content for your iPhone from Apple, from movies to music to e-books to audiobooks, you’ll need to open an iTunes account.
After you have an iTunes account and the latest iTunes software on your computer, you can connect your iPhone to your computer and sync them to exchange content between them (for example, to transfer your saved photos or music to the iPhone). You can also use the wireless sync feature to exchange content over a wireless network.
If you prefer, you can take advantage of the iCloud service from Apple to store and push all kinds of content and data to all your Apple devices — wirelessly.
This chapter also introduces you to the iPhone User Guide, which you access using the Safari browser on your iPhone. The guide essentially serves as your iPhone Help system, to provide advice and information about your magical new device.
Charge the Battery
1. My iPhone showed up in the box fully charged, and let’s hope yours did, too. Because all batteries run down eventually, one of ...