In This Chapter
Taking off in airplane mode
Uncovering usage statistics
Seeking sensible sounds and screen brightness
Brushing up on Bluetooth
Tinkering with telephone options
Finding a lost iPhone
Are you a control freak? The type of person who must have it your way? Boy, have you landed in the right chapter.
Throughout this book, you've had occasion to drop in on Settings, which is kind of the makeover factory for the iPhone. For example, we show you how to open Settings (by tapping its Home screen icon) to set ringtones, change the phone's background or wallpaper, and specify Google or Yahoo! as the search engine of choice. We also show you how to alter security settings in Safari, tailor e-mail to your liking (among other modifications), and get a handle on how to fetch or push new data.
The Settings area on the iPhone is roughly analogous to the Control Panel in Windows and System Preferences on a Mac.
Because we cover some settings elsewhere, we don't dwell on every setting here. But there's plenty still to discover to help you make the iPhone your own.
When you first open Settings, you see the scrollable list shown in Figure 13-1. In all but airplane mode (at the top of the list), a greater-than symbol (>) appears to the right of each listing. This symbol tells you that the listing has a bunch of options. ...