9. Reading, Listening, and Watching

You know you can listen to music on your iPhone, but you can also browse the web, read newspapers and books, and watch movies.

While you’re waiting at the DMV, you can use Safari, the iPhone’s native web browser. Or you can catch up on the headlines with Newsstand. If you’d prefer, you can pick up where you left off in that novel you’ve been reading on iBooks. Buy some new music on iTunes and listen to it immediately. Or rent a movie, plug in your EarPods, and watch it until your number is called.

Browsing with Safari

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