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Welcome

to the Complete Guide to the iPhone 5s and the iPhone 5c

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hether it’s your very Ărst iPhone, or you’ve been buying the latest Apple products for years, we are sure you’re going to have an amazing experience with the latest iPhone 5s or iPhone 5c. The iPhone 5s is one of the slickest pieces of consumer gadgetry we’ve seen. And the iPhone 5c is every bit as good as the iPhone 5, but comes in a sturdy polycarbonate chassis in a range of stunning colours. Every single component has been machine-crafted with the utmost precision, to create a solid, sturdy and sleek piece of technology. What Apple has achieved with the iPhone 5s is little short of miraculous. For the Ărst time a 64-bit supercomputer has arrived in a mobile phone size. The iPhone is no longer like a computer – it now replaces the computer. You simply can’t Ănd the things that make the iPhone special in another device: Siri voice technology, Touch ID Ănger scanning and fantastic apps such as Pages and Garageband make the iPhone a unique slice of technology. And this book will show you just how to get the most out of it. Mark Hattersley, Editor

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The Complete Guide to the iPhone 5s and the iPhone 5c is a publication of IDG Communications, the world’s leading IT media, research and exposition company. With more than 300 publications in 85 countries, read by more than 100 million people each month, IDG is the world’s leading publisher of computer magazines and newspapers. IDG Communications, 101 Euston Road, London NW1 2RA. This is an independent journal not aƋliated with Apple Computer. Apple, the Apple logo, Mac, and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Computer. All contents © IDG 2013, except when © Mac Publishing LLC. Printer: Wyndeham Press Group Ltd - 01621 877 877 Distribution: Seymour Distribution Ltd - 020 7429 4000

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Contents: The Complete Guide to the iPhone 5s & the iPhone 5c

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Get started

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Accessories

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Tutorials


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Contents Tutorials

The complete guide…

44 Setting up your iPhone

3 Welcome…

48 Wireless syncing

There are two exciting new iPhones to choose from, but which one should you get?

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52 Set up iCloud 56 Get info with Siri

6 Get to know the iPhone 5s

60 Control Centre

and iPhone 5c The ultimate quick-start guide: every button, switch and new feature explained

64 NotiĂcation Centre 68 NotiĂcation settings 72 Sending iMessages

20 Inside the iPhone 5s We tear apart an iPhone 5s and discover what lies on the inside

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24 Speed-testing the iPhone 5 How fast is a 64-bit Apple A7 processor? Exceptionally fast!

Fancy cases, wireless speakers and outrageous headphones. Outstanding iPhone accessories

162 Touch the future

The Ăngerprint supercomputer in the palm of your hand

100 Calendars 104 Music 108 iTunes Match 116 Taking photos

30 Kit out your iPhone

Final word

88 Safari web browsing

112 Weather

Buyers’ guide

The latest and greatest apps to download and install on your brand-new iPhone

84 Speak your messages

96 Contacts

Siri is better than ever with new features and much faster response times. Make the most of Apple’s personal assistant

36 Essential iPhone apps

80 Reminders

92 Safari Reader

26 Say hello to Siri

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76 Find My Friends

120 Editing photos 124 Photo collections 128 Recording video 132 Twitter and Facebook 136 Social media photos 140 Social media contacts 144 Routes in Maps 148 Flyover in Maps 152 AirDrop and AirPlay 152 Managing storage

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Everything iPhone 5 s & iPhone 5 c Why the brand-new iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c are the most amazing smartphones in existence

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e don’t need to tell you that both the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c are exceptional devices. One features the Ărst ever 64-bit processor found in a mobile device, and a breakthrough Ăngerprint ID system. The other re-imagines the iPhone in a range of vibrant colours. In the seven years since Apple Ărst unveiled the iPhone, the touchscreen gadget has rightly become known as the handset to rule all others. As well as its impressive looks, the iPhone has won accolades and earned adoration the world over for its superb build and unsurpassed usability. Not for nothing was its British designer Jonathan Ive knighted by the Queen for his contribution to industrial design. Every model has had revisions and subtle improvements that have made the world-famous smartphone better than the one before. We don’t know about you, but we can’t wait to get started.

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The iPhone has won accolades and earned adoration the world over


Get to know the iPhone 5s

Ring/Silent switch Flick it backward to reveal an orange stripe and the device will vibrate, signalling the change to Silent mode

Volume adjust buttons The iPhone’s volume can be easily adjusted – its metal Volume Up/Down Buttons sit just below the Ring/Silent Switch

Front-facing camera The iSight camera faces toward you and is used for HD FaceTime video chat and to take self-portrait photos

Headphone jack The standard 3.5mm audio jack is the same as that found on iPods and most other audio players

Sleep/wake button Press this button to lock your iPhone’s screen. (The phone will still receive calls and play music, but the screen itself will be of.) If it’s already locked, you can press this button and slide across the screen to wake it up

Receiver Other than when you’re using your earphones, this is where you’ll place your ear to listen to incoming calls on your iPhone

Touchscreen display No need for a fddly keyboard and buttons. The iPhone is controlled via the razor-sharp 4in touchscreen Retina display

Touch ID Home button The only physical button on the face of the iPhone is the Home button. Press it to return to the home screen at any time. On the iPhone 5s you also use it to unlock the phone using Touch ID

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Get to know the iPhone 5c Camera and LED fash The 8Mp rear camera is used to shoot HD video. It can take still images at the same time. To the right of the camera is the iPhone’s LED fash. The IPhone 5s has a new dual fash, whereas the iPhone 5c has just the single LED

SIM card slot The iPhone 5c uses a nano-SIM card rather than a standard SIM card. The nano-SIM card bay can be unlatched using the SIM card tool supplied with your iPhone (or with a paperclip)

Microphone and speakers You’ll fnd the internal microphone (right) and speakers (left) on the bottom of the iPhone, either side of the Dock Connector

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Lightning dock The Lightning connector hooks up your iPhone with your computer, and is also used to connect it with accessories. The dock design requires an adaptor to work with older accessories


Get to know iPhone symbols Status symbols let you know what’s going on with the iPhone

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ike a Mac’s menu bar, the top of the iPhone’s screen displays a number of status icons – shorthand for various settings and connections. The icons that tell you what phone, internet or other connection your device is making are visible in the upper lefthand corner, while icons in charge of the device’s other functions appear on the right. This at-a-glance guide explains what each symbol means.

Signal strength These bars indicate the current 3G, 4G and LTE strength, as well as the phone call reception. They fuctuate between one circle (little to no service) and fve (strongest reception) Wi-Fi strength You’ll see this symbol if you’re connected to a Wi-Fi network. The stronger the signal, the more bars you’ll see (between one to three) 3G If you are connected to a 3G data network you will see this icon. This should enable you to use the internet and data-connected apps with ease 4G If you’re lucky enough to be on one of the new 4G network plans, and are in a 4G zone, then you’ll see this icon. Your internet will be blazing-fast on the 4G network LTE LTE is similar to 4G. If you are on a LTE network you should see faster internet access and be able to use data-connected apps with ease Bluetooth Turn on Bluetooth and you’ll see this icon. By default the symbol is grey, but if you connect to a Bluetooth device the symbol will turn blue VPN This icon appears when you connect to a Virtual Private Network (VPN). Use a VPN to securely access your corporate or private network Battery status The battery-status icon shows how much charge your iPhone battery has left. A lightning bolt icon to the right of this indicates charging

Location Services When an app such as Apple Maps is using Location Services, this purple pointer will appear to the left of the iPhone’s battery icon TTY If you have turned on your TTY (teletype machine) setting, this symbol will appear on the upper-right side of your screen, to the left of the battery symbol Orientation lock You can lock your iPhone’s display in portrait mode by double-tapping the Home button and scrolling to the left in the multitasking bar Alarm Clock When you have an alarm set in the Clock app, this small clock appears to the right of the time at the top of your iPhone Airplane Mode Turn on Airplane Mode in Control Centre or the Settings menu to switch of all phone, internet and Bluetooth connections. You will still be able to access your email and the web over Wi-Fi and use other iPhone features Processing icon When your iPhone is trying to make a network connection, it says “Searching…” in the upper-left corner. This circle appears if it is looking for items to sync to iCloud over your network, Wi-Fi or Bluetooth Call Forwarding This icon appears next to the network type or Wi-Fi signal-strength icon whenever call forwarding is active. Switch on call forwarding in the iPhone’s Settings, Phone menu

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Get to know iPhone gestures Discover how to interact with the iPhone with these finger gestures

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lthough Apple has designed the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad to be simple to learn, sometimes you may want a primer on the basics. Here’s a breakdown of the major multitouch gestures, navigation, home screen tips and tricks and multitasking features you’ll need to master your iOS device.

Gestures and techniques If you’ve never before owned a multitouch device from Apple, you may be unfamiliar with crazy phrases such as pinch-to-zoom and the diƊerence between ăick and swipe. Have no fear: while some of these gestures may have odd names, they’re easy enough to pick up.

Tap: As clicking is to a desktop computer, so is tapping to an iOS device. Tapping is the most common and basic gesture.

Double-tap: Tap an object twice in succession to effect a double-tap. Double-taps are primarily used for zooming in or out on text.

Tap, hold and drag: For some functions, such as highlighting text, copying and pasting or deleting and moving apps, you’ll need to tap and hold down on the screen. When you do this on a piece of text, it will highlight in blue, and editing handles – vertical lines with blue dots – will appear on either side of the highlighted area. You can tap, hold and, while holding down, drag your finger to increase or decrease the selection.

Flick and swipe: Swiping is one of your primary navigational tools: you use a left- or right swipe to move through app pages on your home screen or images in the Photos app; you use an up or down swipe to read text in Safari, iBooks, Newsstand or elsewhere. It’s one of the easiest gestures to learn.

Pinch: To zoom in or to open something, place your thumb and index finger, pinched together, onscreen and spread them apart. To zoom out, do the reverse.

Rotate: You can even rotate some elements with two or more fingers. Just place two fingers on the screen and make a circular gesture, clockwise or counterclockwise.

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Get to know the home screen Discover how to navigate and customise your iPhone screen

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ow that you’ve taken your Ărst step into the iOS world with multitouch gestures, it’s time to learn how to navigate your device. We’ll go over where your apps are stored, how to organise, search and delete them.

The home screen

When you ārst turn on your iPhone 5s or iPhone 5c, you’re brought to the home screen. Here, you’ll see an assortment of icons grouped into rows, and several more icons grouped in the translucent Dock along the bottom of the screen. The home screen is where your apps live, and where you can launch them. The Dock The translucent bar along the bottom of your home screen is called the Dock. If you’ve tried swiping between app pages, you’ll notice the icons in the Dock don’t change; the Dock is for the four apps used most frequently.

Using and organising apps

Open and close an app To open an app, simply tap its icon. Once it’s open, you can return to the home screen at any time by pressing the Home button. Rearrange and delete apps To rearrange the order of your icons, tap and hold any icon on the home screen. After a few seconds, all your app icons, including the one you’re holding, will start to wiggle, and a small black X will pop up in each icon’s top-left corner. Once they do this, you can rearrange any apps on the home screen, or even drag them into or out of the Dock. If you’ve installed a third-party app you don’t want anymore, you can tap the X to delete it (you cannot delete the apps that came preinstalled on your device). When you’re Ănished, press the Home button, and your icons will stop wiggling and stay in their new location. Use folders A folder is a group of apps, represented by a single icon, on your home screen. To create a folder, start by pressing and holding your Ănger on any app icon to enter edit mode; after the icons begin to wiggle, drag an app on top of another app. When you release the app, you’ll create a folder, which will open and display both apps. The iPhone will guess at a name for the folder based on the types of apps, but you can change the name of the folder by tapping on its name and editing the text with the keyboard. The multitasking window Quickly double-press the Home button and the Multitasking bar window will appear. This displays the apps most recently run and you can slide left and right. To switch to a diƊerent app, tap its window. Control Centre Swipe up from the bottom of the display for further controls. The Control Centre enables you to turn on and oƊ key features, such as Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, and has Music controls.

Search in Spotlight

Swipe down on the home screen to access Spotlight. Use the keyboard to search for apps, contacts, mail, messages, events and all other kinds of information on your iPhone.

Using apps Tap an app to open it, and press the Home button to return to the home screen.

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Get to know the phone Here’s how to make and manage calls with the iPhone

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aking and answering phone calls on the iPhone is a piece of cake. There’s also plenty you can do while on the phone to manage multiple calls or locate useful information. When you open the Phone app a menu at the bottom oƊers the Following: Favourites, Recents, Contacts, Keypad and Voicemail. You can use Favourites, Recents and Contacts to choose a person to call. Or dial in a number directly using Keypad: enter the numbers and tap Call.

Receiving and returning calls Slide the arrow across the green ‘Slide To Answer’ icon to unlock your phone and answer a call. If someone calls when you’re using the iPhone you’ll instead see options to Answer or Decline the call. The ‘Reply With Message’ option lets you acknowledge the caller if you can’t take the call. ‘Remind Me Later’ and the location or time-based ‘Do Not Disturb’ feature that automatically sends calls to voicemail are handy when you need to get stuƊ done or are travelling overseas and don’t want mid-slumber interruptions.

In-call options Six buttons appear during phone calls: Mute, Keypad, Speaker, Add Call, FaceTime and Contacts. Tapping the Mute button turns oƊ your microphone; you’ll still be able to hear callers on the other end of the line. If you tap and hold the Mute button, you’ll put the caller on hold and mute both ends of the conversation. Tap the Speaker button to put the call on speakerphone. You can use the keypad while on a call to navigate phone trees or dial extensions. If you need to look up a number or an address while on a call, tap Contacts to access your Address Book. You can have more than one person on the call. Tap the Contacts button or the Add Call button to add another.

Recents and Favourites

The Recent calls screen oƅers two views: All or Missed. With All selected you see all recent calls and the ones you missed are highlighted in red. We Ănd this to be the most useful screen as it oƊers you quick access to people you are frequently in touch with. Tap the Info (‘i’) button next to a recent contact to view their details. If you tap ‘Add To Favourites’ in this window you can then access the person from the Favourites screen.

Talking points Use the onscreen options to field incoming calls and to access additional features while you talk

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Get to know notifcations The iSight camera on the iPhone is ideal for conducting video chats otiĂcation Centre is an exceptionally useful feature in iOS 7. NotiĂcations are messages about things that are happening on your phone. They can be anything from a missed call to an app update or what’s in your daily calendar. NotiĂcations often ăash on the top of the screen, or appear as an alert. However, you can access all your notiĂcations at once using the NotiĂcation Centre. This is accessed by sliding down your Ănger from the top of the screen. Note that it has to be from the very top of the screen, and it’s usually better to start oƊ the top part of the iPhone and work your way down. There are three parts to NotiĂcation Centre: Today, All and Missed. Today is the default view and shows you the local weather, events in the Calendar app, items from Reminders and – if you scroll down – stocks and messages for tomorrow. Tapping All opens NotiĂcation Centre to a wider range of messages. Here you’ll see missed calls and recent messages, social media activity and updates to apps on the iPhone. Finally the Missed tab enables you to view alerts and activity that you have overlooked. These are often messages and reminders that you didn’t notice Ărst time around. When you’ve Ănished with NotiĂcation Centre simply drag it back up and oƊ the top of the screen.

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Using Control centre

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ontrol Centre is a feature-packed part of iOS 7 that can be thought of as a complement to NotiĂcation Centre. You access Control Centre by sliding your Ănger up from the bottom of the screen. It’s best to start all the way from the bottom of the screen and, if you’re on the Lock screen, it’s best to aim from the central point above the Home button. Control Centre is absolutely packed with features. At the top are Ăve icons that are used to turn on or oƊ key features on the iPhone: Airplane Mode, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Do Not Disturb and Screen Lock (this Ănal option locks the orientation of the screen, which is useful for some apps such as iBooks). Below that is a Brightness slider, move it left to dim the screen and to the right to brighten it. Then comes a set of controls for the Music app (and other audio). The top slider is used to control the playback position; then the current song is listed; below that Play/Pause, Forward and Back buttons; Ănally it has a volume slider. Next are two buttons for AirDrop and AirPlay. AirDrop is used to share items such as photos and web pages with nearby people; AirPlay is used to stream music and movies to speakers and your TV. Finally there four useful buttons at the bottom: Flashlight turns on the LED, Timer is used to set countdowns, and then there’s Calculator and Camera.

Pick and choose Control Centre is jam-packed with useful buttons, sliders and options

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Get to know iMessages Discover clever ways to share messages with your friends

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n common with just about every smartphone, the iPhone is brilliant at messaging. The iPhone has an exceptional app called iMessage that lets you exchange text-only SMS (Short Message Service) messages and photos and video MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service) messages with other mobile devices. When messaging another iPhone or iOS user, it does far more.

Mixed messages

To start a message, tap the Messages app on the home screen, and then tap the new message icon (a box with a pencil). You can enter a recipient’s mobile number, type a contact’s name or tap the Add icon (top-right) to choose an existing contact from your Contacts list. Use regular text messages when sending messages to non-Apple mobile phones. Use the keyboard to type out your messages and press Send.

Making FaceTime video calls The iSight camera on the iPhone is ideal for conducting video chats

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onducting webcam-based calls on a laptop or PC is nothing new. FaceTime extends the concept of video chatting to smartphones. You need a Wi-Fi or cellular network connection and for whoever you’re calling to have a FaceTime-compatible device (these include iPhones, iPads, iPod touch and some Mac OS X computers). To initiate a FaceTime call you can make a voice call as usual and then switch over to a video chat by tapping the FaceTime button. This appears where the Hold button would usually be found during phone calls. (You’ll still see Hold if you have the FaceTime feature disabled, or you can bring it up by pressing and holding Mute). A question mark appears if your iPhone isn’t sure that the other party has FaceTime abilities. If they do, the recipient will be presented with a screen allowing him or her to decide whether to accept your FaceTime request. If they decline, you’ll stay on the phone sans video. If you accept it, FaceTime will launch and both callers will appear onscreen. FaceTime now works over cellular as well as Wi-Fi, but you may need to turn it on by going to Settings, FaceTime and enabling the ‘Use Cellular Data’ setting. Be careful of how much data you are using, though.

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Get some FaceTime Press the FaceTime button, indicated by the video camera icon, to start your video-chatting session


Get to know iTunes & apps Discover how to send and receive emails on the iPhone

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n the home screen is an app called App Store. This is the place to go to get more apps. Apple has almost 750,000 iPhone apps available on the App Store, so there really is something for everybody. Tap App Store to view all the available apps. In the centre of the display is a range of apps organised by themes such as Best New Apps and Best New Games. The apps themselves appear as square icons. You can slide left and right to view more items in each list. Apps have their price listed underneath. Some apps are free to use, but you may have to pay extra when using the app to access special features. If an app catches your eye, tap its icon to get more details. You will see a window with three tabs: Details, Reviews and Related. The Ănal option suggests similar apps. To get an app tap the Price or Free button and Buy. You may need to enter your password; alternatively you can use the Touch ID Ăngerprint scanner to complete the purchase. At the bottom are Ăve icons that can be used to get a wider range of apps: Featured is the default screen; Top Charts shows you what are the most popular apps. There are three categories: Paid, Free and Top Grossing. These are often packed with the latest games, but if you tap the Categories option in the top-left of the screen you can narrow down the options to your favourite app types.

App Store More than 750,000 apps are available for iOS. Fortunately, Apple makes it easy to find them within the App Store

Using the iTunes Store There is a second store on the iPhone called iTunes Store. You can use iTunes Store to get a huge range of content for your iPhone. It’s the best place to go to get music, movies, and television programmes. As with the App Store you select items and tap the price to buy them. They will then be downloaded and you can enjoy them right on your iPhone. At the bottom are Ăve tabs that enable you to get diƊerent types of content. These are Music, Films TV, Search and More. Search is just as easy to use as the App Store – you can search for TV shows, artists, songs and anything else. Tap More to get a set of extra items, including Audiobooks, Tones and Genius (this suggests music and movies you might want to watch based on your other purchases). Finally, Purchased and Downloads enable you to access content you have previously purchased. At the top of each area is Features and Charts. These enables you to view high-proĂle content. Anything you pick up from the iTunes Store or App Store is downloaded straight to your device. Music to go The iTunes Store makes it incredibly easy to view and download the latest music, movies and TV shows

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Get to know Siri Apple’s voice-controller is now a better listener - and much, much smarter

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iri replaces the Voice Control feature introduced with the iPhone 3Gs, and allows you to speak commands to your phone and have it do your bidding. In iOS 7 Siri has become much faster, and better at coming up with the feature you’re looking for. It’s one of the ăashiest features on the iPhone.

Start up Siri You activate Siri the same way as you did Voice Control on older iPhones: by holding down the Home button on the iPhone itself, or by holding down the control button on your wired or wireless headset. What to say? You can ask Siri to do all kinds of things. It’s great at working with text messages – simply say: “Send a text to Dave that says ‘Hello, what time are we meeting tonight?’” and Siri will do exactly that (if you know more than one Dave, it’ll ask you which one – so you’ll need to speak out your answer). Excitingly, you can also do the same with your emails.

What does Siri know? It knows a lot about weather and restaurants, sports and movie times. Apple says that understanding the words you say is the easy part, and that Siri’s true genius is in Ăguring out what you want when you say those words and getting you the answer. Siri now also works with Apple’s Maps application in the UK, so you can search for directions and local businesses. Speak and spell When you get a text message, you can instruct Siri to read the message. You can then tell Siri to reply to the message, dictate the entire message, have Siri read it back to you to conĂrm that it makes sense and then send it. Wake me up It’s much easier to set an alarm or timer using Siri than it is to unlock your phone, Ănd the Clock app and tap within the app. Just say: “Set a timer for three minutes,” and your phone begins to count down until your tea is ready. “Set an alarm for 5am” does so instantly. Take note “Remind me to record my favourite show” and “Note that I need to take my suit to the cleaners” work, too. These are short bursts of data input that can be handled quickly by voice, and they work well. What’s special about Siri? Users not only can talk to Siri as if it were a person, they seem to want to. Beyond merely understanding what you have to say, Siri works because it has a personality. Siri’s personality is one of its biggest draws. It’s not just fun, but funny. When you ask Siri the meaning of life, it tells you “42” or “All Evidence to date points to chocolate.”

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Search and go UK iPhone users can now get Siri to find film and restaurant recommendations


Become a touchscreen typist Tips and tricks that make using the iPhone keyboard easier

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or many, the biggest challenge of the iPhone is getting used to the virtual keyboard. In fact, there are lots of ways Apple ensures touchscreen typing is a positive experience if you’re coming from a full-size computer keyboard or a thumb-based smartphone. Here are some ways to tap into the iPhone’s typing features.

Catch and release The iPhone registers the key you’ve pressed when you take your Ănger oƊ the key, rather than when you tap on it. So if you press a key and see that it’s the wrong one, you can easily slide your Ănger to the correct key. In conventional typing it’s common to try and avoid pressing multiple keys; with the iPhone there’s no need: it recognises only single keys at once, while its correction tools work out what you meant to type.

Punctuation slide To add a punctuation mark, press and hold the .?123 button until the numeric and punctuation keyboard appears, slide your Ănger to the key you want, and release. Not only will you type the punctuation mark, but you’ll Ănd yourself back in alphabet mode without having to press the ABC key.

Unlock Caps Lock

Soft machine The iPhone’s onscreen keyboard has large buttons that make it easy to type accurately and quickly

Typing in all caps may be considered impolite, but sometimes it’s necessary. The Caps Lock functionality isn’t enabled by default; to turn it on, go to Settings: General: Keyboard and tap on ‘Enable Caps Lock’. Then, when you’re typing, quickly double-tap the Shift key; it’ll turn blue to tell you Caps Lock is on. Tap on it once more to disable Caps Lock.

Present and correct No matter how good a typist you are, mistakes happen. Fortunately, the iPhone’s pretty smart. By looking at the letters near the ones you typed, it can deduce with surprising accuracy what you meant to type and oƊer the suggestion in a text bubble. To accept the suggestion, press the spacebar or a punctuation mark. To reject it, tap on the suggestion and it’ll go away. Dismiss the iPhone’s suggestion for the same word twice, and it’ll add the word you typed to its dictionary.

Zoom in

If you discover a typo, it’s easy enough to āx. Tap on the spot where you want the cursor to appear, and then tap on backspace to clear your mistake. Controlling the cursor this way can be challenging. For more precise results, tap and hold on the text to make a magnifying loupe appear. As you drag the loupe around, the text-insertion point will follow it so you can easily position the cursor exactly where you want.

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Get to know Touch ID How to use just your fingerprint to unlock an iPhone 5s

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he iPhone 5s is armed with a high-profile fingerprint scanner inside the Home button. Called Touch ID, the new system aims to replace your passcodes and App Store password with a fingerprint scan. As you touch the Home button the Touch ID sensor reads your fingerprint and unlocks your iPhone. No more sliding to unlock, and no more entering four-digit passcodes. Touch ID aims to make the iPhone more secure and easier to use at the same time.

How does Touch ID work?

The Touch ID technology found in the iPhone 5s combines an integrated image scanner into the Home button. Although it’s not quite a camera, it does scan an image of your finger or thumbs. “The technology within Touch ID is some of the most advanced hardware and software we’ve put in any device,” says Apple. “To fit within the Home button, the Touch ID sensor is only 170 microns thin, not much thicker than a human hair. This high-resolution 500ppi sensor can read extremely fine details of your fingerprint. The button itself is made from sapphire crystal – one of the clearest, hardest materials available. This protects the sensor and acts as a lens to precisely focus it on your finger.” The result of all this technology is a Home button that is capable of reading your finger in any orientation, and uses that degree of image recognition to unlock your phone.

How to set up Touch ID

Touch ID is set up automatically during the iOS Setup Assistant process. You still need to enter a four-digit passcode first and Touch ID is used instead of this passcode. The passcode is useful because it ensures you will be able to unlock the phone in the presence of any problems with your fingers being recognised. So make sure you pick a passcode you can remember, but also don’t pick anything personal or too easy to guess, such as ‘1234’. If you haven’t set up Touch ID during the setup process you can do it by doing the following: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Tap Settings, General, Passcode & Fingerprint, Fingerprints Tap ‘Add A Fingerprint’ Tap one finger to the Home button and hold it there until the phone vibrates Continue to tap the same finger to the Home button slightly moving it each time until the iPhone gets it Each time you tap the finger to the Home button the Touch ID display will start to get more detailed.

Touch ID is designed to minimise the input of your passcode, but your passcode will be needed for additional security validation, such as enrolling new fingerprints. Do not press the Home button, you need only to gently push your finger against it.

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Touch and go Touch your finger repeatedly on the Home button to set up Touch ID


Add more fingers to Touch ID

You can add up to Ăve digits to Touch ID, which should be enough to get your through the Touch ID unlock process. If you want to add more Ăngers tap Settings, General, Passcode & Fingerprint, Fingerprints and Add Finger and go through the process with a diƊerent digit.

Use Touch ID to unlock the iPhone 5s You use Touch ID to unlock your iPhone every time you wake it up from sleep. There are two ways to use it: • •

Press the Home button and keep your Ănger lightly on it until the phone wakes up and unlocks Press the Sleep/Wake button to wake up the phone and then tap and hold your Ănger on to the Home button to unlock it

After three attempts you’ll also be given the option of entering your passcode. If you continue to use Touch ID for two more attempts you will be required to enter your passcode to unlock the phone.

Use Touch ID to make purchases

Touch ID is also used to make App Store purchases. To do this you need to ensure that Touch ID is set up to work with the App Store. 1. 2.

Adding fingers You can add up to five different digits with which to unlock your iPhone 5s

Tap Settings, General, Passcode & Fingerprint, Fingerprints Tap iTunes & App Store to set it on (green)

Now when you make a purchase you’ll see a Scan Fingerprint option next to the usual enter password. you can now make purchases on the app store with just a touch of the Ănger. You can’t yet use Touch ID with Apple’s iCloud Keychain, so you’ll still need to enter your passcode to access the passwords that you’ve saved for online websites.

Fix Touch ID problems

Apple suggests the following Ăxes if you have problems with Touch ID: • • •

Add and use a diƊerent Ănger Persevere. As you use Touch ID, it will learn and improve recognition of your Ăngerprint Use the passcode. You can use your passcode simply by sliding to unlock as on a previous model of iPhone

You can Ănd more Touch ID help at the Apple support website (apple.com/support).

How secure is Touch ID?

According to Apple, “Every Ăngerprint is unique, so it is rare that even a small section of two separate Ăngerprints are alike enough to register as a match for Touch ID. The probability of this happening is 1 in 50,000 for one enrolled Ănger. This is much better than the 1 in 10,000 odds of guessing a typical four-digit passcode.” Apple says “It isn’t possible for your actual Ăngerprint image to be reverse-engineered from the Touch ID mathematical representation.”

Getting the scan As Touch ID becomes familiar with your fingers and thumbs the fingerprint image becomes more detailed

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Feature: Inside the iPhone 5

Inside the iPhone 5s Discover the amazing tech inside the iPhone 5s. By iFixit.com

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ur friends over at iFixIt were anxious to bite into this latest piece of Apple fruit. So anxious, in fact, that they went to the land down-under to get one. They travelled halfway around the world to Australia to get an iPhone 5s before anybody else on earth, and the first thing they did was take it to pieces. But don’t worry: they’re experts at this sort of thing, and took lots of photographs on the way. The iPhone 5s is every bit as gorgeous on the inside. Apple has created a stunner by packing even more advanced features into the same tiny space. There’s a huge amount of technology packed inside the iPhone 5s. Let’s take a look at what’s on the inside...

Tech specs ● ● ● ● ● ● ●

Apple A7 processor with 64-bit architecture M7 motion co-processor 16-, 32- or 64GB of storage 4in Retina display with 326ppi 8Mp iSight camera (with larger 1.5µ pixels) and a 1.2Mp FaceTime camera Fingerprint identity sensor built into the home button Available in three colours: space grey, silver and gold

1 A screw loose Apple continues the everlasting trend of locking out users with pentalobular security screws. Luckily, we came prepared. We whipped out our trusty iPhone 5 Liberation Kit (available from ifixit.com) and proceeded to unscrew the phone. We replaced the iPhone’s security screws with regular Philips variants.

2 The sucker

3 Spudgering

We enlisted the help of a suction cup to free the display assembly from the rear casing. Like the iPhone 5, the display is much easier to remove and replace than that of the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4s.

Our careful spudgering paid of. At the bottom of the phone a cable connects the Touch ID sensor in the home button to the Lightning port assembly. This adds a small element of danger to disassembly, as pulling too hard on the suction cup could cause damage.

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5 The battery The 5s has a claimed 10 hours of talktime on 3G, but there are rumbles that iOS 7 isn’t doing you any favours. The gold unit from China’s Desay Battery sports a 3.8v, 5.92Wh, 1560mAh battery. It appears that diferent units use diferent battery manufacturers; our ‘space grey’ spare came from Simplo Technology.

4 Oh… glue With our Pro Tech Screwdriver Set (ifxit.com), we removed a few metal connector covers and embarked on the epic battle of battery removal. The missing battery pull-tab, though seemingly innocuous, indicates a bigger problem for battery repair: glue. A lot of glue. We use settle for thermal battery removal via an iOpener (ifxit.com). There’s a lot of glue in here.

6 Display removal

7 Touch ID scanner

With the battery safely removed, we turned to the next step in our disassembly journey: removing the (unchanged) 326ppi Retina display assembly. A few ficks of a spudger to disconnect the FaceTime camera, digitiser and LCD cables, and the display was free. Looking for some tech specs on the display? Well look no further! In fact, just look backward… to the iPhone 5. Despite the trend in almost every other smartphone release, the iPhone 5s display is no bigger, better or badder than last year’s model.

We quickly extracted the home button and Touch ID, Apple’s fngerprint scanner. Time to dust for prints! A CMOS chip, the Touch ID is in essence a bunch of very small capacitors that creates an ‘image’ of the ridges on your fnger. The sensor technology, developed by AuthenTec and bought by Apple a year ago, reportedly locally stores your fngerprints, so giving your iPhone the fnger will not make it all the way back to Cupertino. We worry about how well the sapphire crystal covering the sensor can protect it from degrading over time like most CMOS fngerprint sensors. If not, it could become a ticking time bomb, just like that super-glued battery.

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Feature: Inside the iPhone 5

8 The iSight camera

9 Logic board

The back of the iSight camera is labelled DNL333 41WGRF 4W61W. The DNL markings are consistent with the markings on the camera modules housing the Sony IMX145. The marks on the side of the module are diferent, but our industry insiders tell us this is also Sony’s. As Apple has stated the pixel pitch on this camera is 1.5µ, this sensor should not be the IMX145, but a newer variant. The bottom of the camera is labelled AW32 65BD 4511 b763.

A great example of Apple’s iterative design, the 5s shows some streamlining and optimisation in its internal construction. Gone are those silly antennaeinterconnect cables, leaving one less thing to break or get accidentally disconnected. If only it had decided to move that antenna connector from the bottom of the logic board to the top…

10 Flash and interface controllers The Interface Controllers can be identifed:

Apple 338S1216

SK Hynix H2JTDG8UD3MBR 128 Gb (16 GB) NAND fash

Broadcom BCM5976 touchscreen controller

Qualcomm PM8018 RF power management IC

Texas Instruments 37C64G1

TriQuint TQM6M6224

Skyworks 77810

11 Flash and interface controllers More chips identifed: ●

Skyworks 77355

Avago A790720

Avago A7900

Apple 338S120L

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12 The Apple A7 Logic board Turning our attention to the backside of the logic board: ● ● ●

Apple A7 APL0698 SoC (the markings F8164A1PD indicate the amount of RAM is likely to be 1GB) Qualcomm MDM9615M LTE modem Qualcomm WTR1605LLTE/HSPA+/CDMA2K/TDSCDMA/ EDGE/GPS transceiver

As we searched for the much-anticipated M7 co-processor, we began to wonder whether it was a separate chip or additional functionality built into the A7. It turned out to be a NXP LPC1800 buried beneath a neoprene-looking cover.

13 The Apple A7 CPU The switch to the A7 marks the frst use of a 64-bit processor in a smartphone. The modern ARMv8 instruction set was designed for a 64-bit architecture. It does away with the legacy support of the past 20 years, which increases efciency, improving performance without sacrifcing battery life.

14 The big picture Here are all the iPhone 5s parts laid out: iFixIt.com’s Repairability score:

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Feature: Speed testing the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c

Speed testing the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c How fast are Apple’s latest iPhones? We find out

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hile many things about the new iPhones are similar to last year’s iPhone 5 (including the same 4in screen, 1136x640-pixel resolution and storage capacity), a number of under-the-hood changes range from subtle to startling. The iPhone 5s features a brand-new 64-bit A7 processor running at 1.3GHz. The iPhone 5c is powered by the A6 processor Apple introduced in last year’s iPhone 5. Apple says the new A7 chip is up to twice as fast as the A6 in both processing and graphics. Interestingly, most of the tests we ran show the iPhone 5s to be twice as fast as the iPhone 5c, but the 5c proved to be a bit slower than the iPhone 5 with the same 1.3GHz A6 processor. The iPhone 5s’ Geekbench score was more than twice that of the iPhone 5c. The iPhone 5, however, was about 10 percent faster than the new 5c in this test. The iPhone 5s score was six times that of the score of the iPhone 4s.

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We saw some big diƊerences using GFXBench 2.7’s T-Tex C24Z16 1080p oƊscreen test. The iPhone 5s was able to push 25fps, more than 3.5 times the number of frames as the iPhone 5c. In this test, the iPhone 5c and iPhone 5 scores were identical. The iPhone 4s couldn’t manage even 3fps. The T-Rex onscreen test, which runs at the native resolution of the device, had all the iPhones displaying higher framerates. The iPhone 5s, which scored 37fps, was just shy of three times as fast as the 5c’s 13fps. The iPhone 5 was 1fps faster than the 5c. In the less-taxing Eqypt test from GFXBench 2.5, the iPhone 5s was still signiĂcantly faster than the 5c and iPhone 5, but it didn’t break through the 2x barrier. And Android phones scored similarly to the iPhone 5 and 5c in the onscreen Egypt tests. OƊscreen, the HTC One and the Samsung S4 were 10fps faster than the 5 and 5c, but around 15fps slower than the iPhone 5s.

The iPhone 5s is almost three times faster

Battery life

The iPhone 5s is surprisingly long-lived. Clocking in at over 11 hours in our video-looping test, the 5s lasted nearly 90 minutes longer than the iPhone 5 running iOS 7. The iPhone 5c lasted an impressive 10 hours 19 minutes. Comparing these results to those of some of the Android competition, the Samsung Galaxy S4 made it to 7 hours in the same tests, while the HTC One lasted just 6 hours 44 minutes. The iPhone 5s was not able to unseat our top battery performer, the Motorola Razr Maxx, which lasted 13 hours 28 minutes in our video-looping battery test.

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iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c compared to earlier iPhone models Geekbench 3 Single Core

Geekbench 3 Multicore

SunSpider 1.0.1

GFXBench 2.7

Battery Life Looping Video

iPhone 5s

1393 points

2485 points

454ms

25fps

11 hrs 3 mins

iPhone 5c

671 points

1180 points

716ms

7fps

10 hrs 19 mins

iPhone 5

723 points

1302 points

708ms

7fps

9 hrs 37 mins

iPhone 4s

217 points

412 points

1573ms

3fps

8 hrs 31 mins

iPhone 4

213 points

210 points

2683ms

1fps

8 hrs 42 mins

HTC One

591 points

1507 points

1117ms

15fps

6 hrs 44 mins

Samsung S4

667 points

1862 points

1211ms

15fps

7 hrs 1 min

Higher is better

Higher is better

Lower is better

Higher is better

Higher is better

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Feature: Say hello to Siri

Say hello to

Siri

Get into a conversation with your mobile phone

lthough the iPhone 5s sports a faster processor and Ăngerprint scanner, and the 5c a bold new design, the feature that everyone is still talking about is Siri. Siri enables you to speak commands to your phone and have it do your bidding. You activate Siri by holding down the Home button on the iPhone itself, or by holding down the control button on your wired or wireless headset. Siri is faster and more reliable than ever with iOS 7. The iPhone’s voice-recognition feature works by recording your voice and sending it to a server that interprets what you’ve said and returns plain text. If you don’t have an internet connection, Siri won’t work. Siri is a massive leap forward over old fashioned speech recognition. This used to require a strict vocabulary and couldn’t do very much. Worse still, for non-Americans, voice recognition struggled with European, Australian and other accents. Siri doesn’t require a strict vocabulary, and it’ll generally Ăgure out what you’re trying to say. That makes interacting with it seem much more natural. It also works pretty well with a range of accents, and has American, British and Australian settings, as well as French, German, Italian, Spanish and more. Siri is incredibly comprehensive. In addition to the Phone and Music apps, it’s tied in to Messages, Calendar, Reminders, Maps, Mail, Weather, Stocks, Clock, Contacts, Notes, and Safari. It’s also linked to Wolfram Alpha, the ‘computational knowledge engine’ that can provide answers to numerous factual questions, and Yelp, the directory of local businesses. The recent iOS 7 update to Siri also sees it capable of searching Twitter and adjusting Settings. Siri can also perform a web search for you – although it now uses Bing as the default search engine, asking Siri to “Google” something results in it using Google instead.

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Siri doesn’t require a strict vocabulary, and it’ll generally figure out what you’re trying to say

Speaking your language GETTING STARTED WITH SIRI COULDN’T BE EASIER. Simply press and hold the Home button. The background will blur, you’ll hear a ‘ba-ding’ noise and ‘What can I help you with?’ appears on the screen. You should also see a wavy white line at the bottom of the screen. Simply speak your request into the phone and, when you’ve Ănished speaking, the white line turns into a round microphone icon and Siri will get

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back to you with an answer. Sometimes it takes Siri a few moments to think about the answer, but it’s a lot faster in iOS 7. You can ask Siri all sorts of things, and the more you use it the more accurate it becomes. You soon become aware of just how useful it can be, and what its boundaries are. It’s great at working with text messages, but not so much with email (it’s a faƊ to enter both subjects and messages). It knows a lot about weather, restaurants, movies and football, but nothing about Formula One, for example. It is also hooked-up to the Maps application, so it can locate businesses, movie times, restaurants and bars near you. One of the great things about Siri is asking it to Ănd things in your local area. There are a few scenarios in which Siri truly excels. The first of those is when you’re in a hands-free scenario, mostly likely when driving a car. (The iPhone knows when you’re in a hands-free situation and becomes more chatty, reading text aloud that it might not if it knows you’re holding it in your hand.) Siri is also deeply integrated with the directions feature in Maps, and works as a fantastic voice-activated satnav. When you get a text message, you can instruct Siri to read the message, and it will. You can then tell it to reply to the message, dictate the entire message, have Siri read it back to you to confirm that it makes sense, and then send it. You can also ask Siri to read out your Mail messages and it’ll let you know who sent you a message and what the subject line is. There are still some gaps. Siri won’t read your emails to you and it’d be great if you could get it to read out whole books and web pages. And while iOS has the nifty NotiĂcation Centre, which gives you granular control over how diƊerent apps notify you about what’s going on, there’s no option to read alerts out loud when you’re in hands-free mode. A missed opportunity.

Talking clocks

If you aren’t drIvIng, SIrI can StIll be uSeful. In fact, the feature proves that some tasks can be done much faster through speech

Getting better Siri can now access the iOS 7 Settings, which makes it much easier to quickly make changes. You can also ask it to search Twitter

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Feature: Say hello to Siri

Getting results Siri can hunt down business, movie and sport information, as well as answer general questions

than through clicking, tapping and swiping. It’s much easier to set an alarm or timer using Siri than it is to unlock your phone, Ănd the Clock app, and tap within the app. Just say, “Set a timer for three minutes,” and your phone begins to count down until your tea is ready. “Set an alarm for 5am” does what you’d expect, instantly. “Remind me to record my favourite show” and “Note that I need to take my suit to the cleaners” work, too. These are short bursts of data input that can be handled quickly by voice, and we’ve found they work well. It’s also much faster to ask Siri to access settings than it is to dive through the menu. You can just say “Change wallpaper” rather than opening Settings and tapping Wallpaper. You will soon become impressed by Siri’s ability to understand the context of conversations. It doesn’t always work, but when it does, it’s magical. We asked Siri for suggestions for places to have lunch and it provided us with a list of nearby restaurants that serve lunch. Of course, talking to your phone is not much diƊerent from talking on your handset. It’s not appropriate in all contexts. If, for example, you’re quietly reading in the library and need to set a reminder, you should use the Reminders app, not Siri. And if you’re out in public, well, you can use Siri, but you do risk people looking at you funny. Apple’s integration of Wolfram Alpha with Siri is a smart move. If you need answers to factual questions, such as the speed of light or the number of days until Christmas, the answer engine can provide the solution.

It doesn’t always work. But when it does, it’s utterly magical

Personal dictation

While Siri getS the bulk of the iPhone feature hyPe, another speech-related technology may prove to be more important

and a bigger boost to user productivity. On the keyboard you’ll see a new

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button in the bottom row, to the left of the spacebar, with the image of a microphone on it. Tap this button and the iPhone will transcribe whatever you say. It sends the results over the internet to a server that analyses your speech and converts it into text. We were impressed at just how fast the results came back, especially over Wi-Fi. And they were generally accurate. To get the most out of dictation, you’ll need to start thinking in punctuation. For example, to construct a decent email message, we might say, “Dan. Comma. New paragraph. What do you think about writing a review of iOS numeral Ăve. Question mark. New paragraph. Let me know what you think. Exclamation point.” However, it works. Part of Siri’s charm isn’t in its feature set (which is still hit and miss), but it’s personable nature. Siri feels a lot less robotic than other voice-activated technology. Even when Siri gets out of its depth and doesn’t know what to do, it’s hard to feel too frustrated. And you can joke around with Siri. Apple has spent a lot of time providing Siri with a range of comebacks to joke questions (many geeky by nature). Try telling Siri you love it, or use common catchphrases such as “Who’s your daddy” or “Who let the dogs out?” These are constantly being updated, too – for example, a recent one is to keep saying “Okay Glass” (the phrase used to activate a rival product made by Google), Siri starts to get annoyed. Siri is by no means perfect, and occasionally it can mistranslate what you’re saying, either transcribing the wrong message or Ănding the wrong result from Contacts. But it gets better the more you use it, and the more useful it becomes. And it’s fun! Siri is one of the most entertaining aspects of the iPhone, so be sure to hold down the Home button and try it out.

Wake me up One of the most useful ways to use Siri is to ask it to set alarms, timers and reminders

Joking around Siri has a quirky sense of humour and will respond to geeky comments, firtation and famous sayings

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Feature: Kit out your iPhone 5s & 5c

Great iPhone 5s & 5c accessories The iPhone has a sleek design and there are some gorgeous accessories to enhance its appeal

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e’ve had our hands on the beautiful iPhone 5s and 5c for only a matter of weeks, but already we’ve got a lengthy list of accessories with which we’d like to trick it out. With the 5s’ 8Mp camera and ability to simultaneously shoot video and take still shots, we’re unlikely to take fewer photos than we did on our previous iPhones, so some extra storage will be a boon. The Wi-Drive will also let us store more music and video - perfect for taking on trips. There are some distinctive cases with which to protect your favourite gadget – go arty with the National Gallery or plump for a classic design such as the Mujjo Wallet. There are multiple options for streaming and sharing your iTunes collection, too. Dock-free audio comes courtesy of Sonos, AQ and Pure. Check out our most-wanted accessories...

Mophie Juice Pack Air

Grifn iClear

Company: Mophie URL: mophie.com Price: £89

Company: Grifn URL: griffintechnology.com Price: £19

The Mophie Juice Pack Air is an iPhone 5 case that ofers substantial protection; more importantly, it contains a built-in battery that enables you to run the iPhone for longer. The Juice Pack Air fts our iPhone 5s and works perfectly. The case is in essence a large battery, able to charge an iPhone from fat to 85 percent. This ofers a lot of extra time to use the device. It’s especially useful if you work away from a desk or travel a lot.

Many iPhone cases cover up the iPhone, and few designs are as striking as Apple’s original. For this reason, many people overlook getting a case: a huge mistake. It’s vital to protect the iPhone from drops and spills, which makes this Grifn iClear case a great compromise. It surrounds the rear and sides of the iPhone in a seethrough polycarbonate shell. It’s tough enough to protect the iPhone, but almost invisible to look at.

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Knomo Slim Sleeve Company: Konomo URL: konomo.com Price: £25 Knomo’s Slim Sleeve case ofers a good mix of style and substance – it has a lush, soft-pebbled leather exterior, and is available in several colours. A reasonably sturdy microfbre lining protects your iPhone on your travels. One of the nicest pure pouches on the market.

Nocs NS800 Monitors Company: Nocs URL: nocs.se Price: £129 Nocs is building a reputation for delivering stylish, well-made earphones with great sound quality at a good price. These ofer superb sound quality for a perfectly reasonable price. The ceramic design in white or black looks superb next to the gold or space grey iPhone 5s.

Pioneer A3 Company: Pioneer URL: pioneer.com Price: £169

Fitbit Zip Company: Fitbit URL: fitbit.com Price: £49

The Pioneer A3 speaker system is a rugged and versatile sound system with a built-in battery. It has good audio quality and stylish looks. A key feature is support for AirPlay, Apple’s propriety wireless audioand video-streaming solution. Once the Pioneer A3 is connected to your home network it can accept music from any iOS or Mac OS X device. It’s as simple as clicking the AirPlay icon and choosing it from the list.

Having a desk job can take its toll on your activity levels. Fitbit Zip monitors whether you’re getting up and about enough to stave of the bulge by tracking how many steps you take and logging your food intake and exercise schedule. Happily, pottering about counts toward your daily 10,000-step goal; you’ll need to do more to reach its weight-loss challenge, though. The Fitbit iPhone 5s app works in tandem with the wearable step tracker, plus ftness apps such as RunKeeper and Endomondo.

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Feature: Kit out your iPhone 5s & 5c

Mujjo Wallet Company: Mujjo URL: mujjo.om Price: W29 Understated and elegant are the watchwords here. The Mujjo Wallet is hand-stitched from felt made from pure wool, while the iPhone is held in place with a soft leather strap. A separate compartment can be used to stash a couple of business cards and a cash card, saving you the bulk of carrying a wallet. The leather strap acts as a pull with which to lever the phone from the its snug case.

Sonos Play:3

Arcam rBlink review

Company: Sonos URL: sonos.com Price: £250

Company: Arcam URL: arcam.co.uk Price: £169

Multiroom music players allow you to enjoy music stored on your Mac, PC, iPhone, iPad or iPod in any location you’ve set up a Sonos Wi-Fi speaker. You can also access your Spotify and Napster accounts, create playlists and queue these up for playback. A Bridge unit pairs the Sonos speakers and you can control volume, room settings and more via the Sonos app on your iPhone.

The Arcam rBlink is a Bluetooth audio converter that enables you to wirelessly stream music from your iPhone to your hi-f. If you want to wirelessly connect your iPhone to a hi-f system, this is the option to go for. The Arcam rBlink uses Bluetooth uses a high-end PCM 5102 DAC to convert music to a line-level output, ready for connection to a whole host of audio systems. If you’ve got a decent speaker system then we’d certainly advise you to go via the rBlink route rather than purchasing a separate speaker. It’s cheaper, and the audio quality will ultimately be higher.

HP Photosmart Premium 6520 Company: HP URL: hp.com/uk Price: £89 The HP Photosmart Premium is a printer you can use with your iPhone. Built-in AirPrint technology means all you have to do is connect the printer to the same wireless network. Its huge touchscreen display makes it easy to select the right shot to print and make simple edits.

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Autographer camera Company: Autographer URL: autographer.com Price: £399 Take photos without even trying using the Autographer – a camera that takes shots at periodic intervals, then beams them to your iPhone for you to review. The wearable camera has a 136-degree eye view lens, a tiny GPS unit and fve sensors that help it determine when it should take a shot.

Libratone Zipp speaker Company: Libratone URL: libratone.com Price: £369 The iPhone 5s has the loudest speaker of any Apple phone to date, but you don’t always want to keep your music taste to yourself. With Libratone’s portable Bluetooth-based speaker you can share your iTunes collection in any room. The Libratone Zipp speaker ofers 360-degree sound from a single unit. As well as being Apple AirPlaycompatible, the Zipp is able to access music from any iDevice without the need for a Wi-Fi connection, thanks to Libratone’s PlayDirect technology. Should you tire of the eye-catching raspberry cover, other colours can be bought and zipped on (there’s a choice of eight shades). The portable speaker will be sold exclusively through the Apple Store.

Gold POP phone Company: Native Union URL: nativeunion.com Price: £27 Native Union has created this limited-edition Gold POP phone (you can still fnd it on Amazon, and more colours are available from Native Union’s website). The retro handset is compatible with the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c via Bluetooth. It’s stylish golden looks will perfectly match the new gold iPhone 5s.

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Feature: Kit out your iPhone 5s & 5c

Apple TV Company: Apple URL: apple.com Price: £99 The Apple TV is a superb gadget from Apple that enables you to share content from an iPhone directly to your television. It’s great for streaming music and movies, but you can also stream games from the iPhone directly to the Apple TV. With the iPhone’s new 64-bit processor the Apple TV is suddenly becoming a very powerful games console to boot.

OverBoard Waterproof iPhone Case Company: OverBoard URL: over-board.co.uk Price: £15 Perfect for festival-goers, this iPhone case is 100 percent waterproof in up to 6m of water. The clear front panel allows full use of the touchscreen for making calls or searching the web, and the back is clear, too, for taking photographs and videos of your favourite bands. The case protects your phone from water, mud and scratches, and is available in blue or black.

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Pure Jongo S340B Company: Pure URL: pure.com Price: £169 Pure’s wireless speaker system works with any iOS device, Pure’s media streamers and Wi-Fi-enabled DAB radios. The S340B has an upward-fring subwoofer that creates room-flling sound. The Jongo S340B can simultaneously stream music to several rooms if you add more speakers to the modular setup. Each Jongo speaker can be used for up to 10 hours between charges. They can also be used via Bluetooth, and can be controlled via Pure’s Connect apps to access internet radio and Mac and PC music collections. Several colours options are ofered.


Grifn Beacon Company: Grifn URL: griffintechnology.com Price: £49 Grifn’s Beacon can turn your iPhone into a Universal Remote Control to allow control of your entertainment system. Dijit’s Universal Remote App, paired with Grifn’s Beacon hardware, turns Bluetooth signals from your device into infrared commands that your components can pick up, and ofers customisable control.

Philips CitiScape Uptown Company: Philips URL: philips.co.uk Price: £66 With their understated looks, these lightweight but powerful Uptown headphones from Philips will be music to the ears of your fellow commuters: they ofer leakproof audio. The leather-clad cans cushion your ears while delivery plenty of bass. An on-cord microphone lets you take calls and mute the music as you shatter the early morning peace.

Swissvoice ePure CH05 Company: Swissvoice URL: swissvoice.com Price: £10

Kingston Wi-Drive

Chatterboxes will relish the prospect of this distinctive handset. Plug it in to the earphone jack on your iPhone 5s and you’ll be able to natter away for hours on end without warm-ear syndrome. There’s even a ‘Made For iPhone’ switch that lets you bark orders at your faithful assistant, Siri.

Company: Kingston URL: kingston.com Price: £72 Get extra portable storage for your music, photos, videos and other fles. Available in 16- and 32GB sizes, the Wi-Drive also has Wi-Fi networking built in, enabling you to stream entertainment or view fles on your iPhone or iPad. Up to three people can access its contents at once. It’s controlled via the free Wi-Drive app from the App Store. The rechargeable battery lasts for about four hours.

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Feature: iPhone apps

THE BEST

iPhone apps Our picks from the App Store gems…

T

he iPhone is a fantastic device, but in many ways itÕs the apps that really separate it from the other smartphones out there. Think of something youÕd like to be able to do and thereÕs almost certainly an iPhone app that can do it. Another point of difference is that Apple rigorously checks each app submitted by developers for integrity and adherence to its rigid design- and performance guidelines. Thus, there are plenty of just-for-fun apps, but also thousands of genuinely useful, entertaining and engaging ones. Here, we select some of our favourites.

GAMES

Infnity Blade III Price: £4.99 Infnity Blade is, in a word, stunning. The visuals are beautifully drawn, but more creatively designed and varied than in the frst (also excellent) instalments. There are loads of great-looking levels, such as a melancholy Japanese courtyard, in which droplets of rain run down the ‘camera’ from time to time. This is the frst 64 bit-capable app that really shows what the iPhone 5s is capable of: full-screen anti-aliasing and bloom lighting efects, along with high-resolution shadows and refections. Superb!

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XCOM: Enemy Unknown Price: £13.99 XCOM fuses turn-based ground missions with real-time base building, squad recruitment and research of hi-tech ways to combat an escalating alien invasion of Earth. The big surprise is that the entire Xbox console game is here, and doesn’t feel any the worse for it. In fact, the base management aspect of XCOM feels better-suited to the swipes and taps of touchscreens than it ever did on a TV or monitor. This fully fedged console game shows how far the iPhone has come.

Limbo Price: £2.99 Limbo is a lovely platform game rendered in shadowy, semi-focused silhouette (German Expressionism is the usual reference point), yet from this austere palette the designers have painted something truly sumptuous. The controls are so simple that the game never has to tell you what to do. You simply press anywhere onscreen, then lean your fnger in the direction you want to go. Austere, melancholy, yet often hilarious, Limbo is a work of art. A touching and haunting game.


Asphalt Airborne

Lili

Price: 69p Racing is one area in which the iPhone with its motion controls utterly excels. Gameloft’s Asphalt series has always led the pack, and its new Asphalt 8 Airborne game certainly doesn’t disappoint. The graphics are spectacular, with frenetic onscreen action packed with sparks and fying metal. The game itself is big, dumb and fun. But it’s simple to pick up and play and hard to put down. This is one game you shouldn’t miss if you want to show of your iPhone and have some fun.

Price: 69p It’s nice to see that not every graphically intense game has to be a mash of cars, bullets and explosions. Lili is a wonderful role-playing adventure game set in a visually stunning environment. Lili has to explore the island of Geos, interact with locals and solve puzzles. This is a particularly good game to show of the iPhone because it’s not as frenetic as other games, and can casually showcase its graphical power. It’s nice to see that not every top-fight game has to involve racing cars and shooting guns.

Call of Duty: Strike Team Price: £4.99 The motion- and touch controls of the iPhone don’t lend themselves to the twitchy action of shooters as much as other games. But Call of Duty: Strike Team blends shooting action with top-down strategy to create a unique experience. Strike Team is graphically special, too, with stunning visual explosions and fre fghts. Strike Team manages to blend the best of Call of Duty with the unique touchscreen controls of the iPhone. Defnitely one to buy.

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Utilities

Feature: iPhone apps

Evernote

Evernote is an indispensable app for many people

Price: Free Evernote is a note-taking app that is indispensable for many people, thanks to its ability to quickly capture everything from simple text notes to photos, voice recordings and web pages.

Documents To Go Premium

Kindle

Price: £11.99 Ofce software Documents To Go isn’t pretty, and it is a bit of a pain to use. However, it has full import and export compatibility with Microsoft Ofce fles.

Price: Free A basic, but well-implemented book-reading app. You have to buy books from Amazon, but they can be bounced remotely to your iPad or PC and you can start reading instantly. A nice reading app, too.

LogMeIn

Flipboard

Chrome

Price: Free LogMeIn allows users to remotely access and control a Mac or PC via an iPad or iPhone. One of the most impressive apps you can install, and often a lifesaver.

Price: Free Flipboard aims to transform how people discover, view and share content by combining the beauty and ease of print with the power of social media. A stunning news app.

Price: Free Chrome is a fast web browser. While it lacks the integration of the built-in Safari app, you can sync your Chrome bookmarks and it has fantastic voice-activated search.

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Music

GarageBand

Shazam

TuneIn Radio Pro

Price: Free Shazam is an interesting app that listens to an audio clip and identifes the track. What started out as a party-trick app has become a music network with millions of users.

Price: 69p There’s no built-in digital radio on the iPhone, but apps such as TuneIn Radio Pro let you stream stations and programmes from around the world. You can pause and record shows as well.

Price: £2.99 Showcasing the impressive processing power of the iPhone, this eight-track music recorder includes a range of virtual instruments (synthesised and sampled) that you can play and record. You can also record real instruments by jacking them into a compatible audio interface. Completed tracks can be exported and shared via email or iTunes. An incredible iPhone showcase.

Sonos Controller

Spotify

BBC iPlayer Radio

Price: Free (requires Sonos system) Sonos is a wireless music speaker system that lends itself to iPhoneor iPad-based control and can be used in several rooms at once. It can serve up your iTunes playlists as well as a selection of online music services.

Price: Free (Subscription required) Music-streaming app Spotify becomes an almost complete replacement for or addition to the Music app built into the iPhone. If you’ve had enough of synching music then maybe it’s time to subscribe.

Price: Free The catch-up TV app for BBC programmes was a runaway success, so the real surprise is that it took the Beeb so long to launch a similar app for its radio content. Great audio and you can download programmes.

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Lifestyle

Feature: iPhone apps

CoPilot Live

Waze

YouTube

Price: £35 Apple Maps is great, but requires a data connection. CoPilot downloads maps that it integrates with those on the iPhone, keeping everything fully up to date.

Price: Free This neat social-networking app is used to combat everything from trafc jams to petrol price hikes. It acts as a great map app, too, and provides detailed trafc info.

Price: Free YouTube used to be a stock app on the iPhone, but these days you have to download it. This classic video service is fantastic to view on the iPhone’s Retina display.

Weather+

4oD

iBooks

Price: 69p Weather+ is a beautifully designed app. You get basic time, temperature, humidity and precipitation forecasts, for as many places as you want. Each screen provides data for one location and all the information you need.

Price: Free Like BBC iPlayer, the 4oD app provides a catch-up TV service for watching programmes that have been broadcast within the past 30 days on Channel 4, More4 and E4. The only down side is that it doesn’t support AirPlay.

Price: Free Apple’s own electronic book reader is a must-download. This app enables you to purchase e-books from the online iBookstore. You can also add your own books that have been published in the ePub format, and sync pages across devices.

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Social networking Find My Friends ofers a great way to keep tabs on people

Snapchat

Pinterest

Tap 2 Chat

Price: Free Snapchat is a photo-sharing app whose selling point is brevity: the photos you send disappear after a few seconds, never to be seen again. Great fun!

Price: Free With all the fuss over Facebook and Twitter, many people overlook Pinterest. This is a shame because this image-based sharing service is fun and interesting.

Price: £1.49 Tap 2 Chat can combine all your chats into a single super-chat app. There are currently two free apps – one for Facebook and one for Google Talk.

Instagram

Audio Boo

Find My Friends

Price: Free Instagram is a photo-sharing web service that is almost as huge as Twitter and Facebook. It enables you to capture and share photographic moments with your friends, and is especially good for sharing pictures.

Price: Free AudioBoo by Best Before Media is a quick way to share audio recordings online. It’s free, and you don’t need to create an account to use it. However, you’ll want to create a free AudioBoo account to make the most of its features.

Price: Free Find My Friends ofers a great way to keep tabs on friends and family. Launch it and invite others to install it and sign up for the service using their Apple IDs. If they ‘follow’ you, they’ll know where you are and vice versa.

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Tutorial: PC-free setup

Setting up your iPhone 5s or 5c for the frst time Get your new iPhone up and running without a PC or Mac YOU’VE FINALLY GOT YOUR HANDS ON THE brand-new iPhone 5s and now it’s time to get it set up and ready for use. The excitement of buying an iPhone has, over the years, been tempered by the fact that to get your iPhone up and running you were first required to plug your phone into a computer. Whether you stood in line for two weeks to get your hands on one, or pre-ordered for the iPhone to be delivered to your house, the rush of delight was often held in check by the necessity to wait until iTunes told you that your shiny new iPhone was ready. Your iPhone no longer needs to be physically connected to a computer for it to work. As you might expect from Apple, the process is simple and quick; about the most technically difficult part is inserting the nano SIM card into your iPhone. However, in typical Apple style a SIM tray pin is included in the box to make this task even easier. We’ll assume that you already have all the boring stuff such as your phone price plan sorted out, and that you have unboxed and inserted the SIM card into your iPhone. From here on in getting started is no more than a five-minute process. Wire-free setup is a breeze, and all you have to do is follow our simple steps to make sure that you and your phone are ready to go as quickly as possible. After that, there’s a whole world of calling, texting, tweeting, internet browsing and taking photos, as well as all the apps to enjoy on your new iPhone 5s or iPhone 5c.

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Mobile strength The signal indicators let you know whether you have a mobile signal and are successfully connected to your wireless network

Battery life The iPhone should come with some charge in the battery. Even so, make sure it’s plugged in before you start

Slide to start Slide your fnger to the right to start the setup process (it says ‘Slide to set up’ in several languages onscreen)

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STEP-By-STEP gUIdE: Set up your iPhone for the frst time

Tutorial: PC-Free Setup

Wake button on top of the iPhone until the Apple logo appears. After a few moments you’ll see the above screen. Tap the screen and slide to the right to start.

2 Connect to Wi-Fi If you have a wireless network at home or at work, you can connect to it here. Tap on the wireless network name; if you don’t have Wi-Fi instead tap on ‘Use Mobile Connection’.

3 Where am I? The iPhone should attempt to locate you and automatically set the language. But you will be asked whether you want Location Services activated – we suggest you click Enable.

4 New or used If this is your frst iPhone, choose ‘Set Up as New iPhone’. If you have an iCloud or iTunes Backup from an older iPhone choose one of those options.

1 Turn on Press and hold the Sleep/

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5 Sign in If you already have an Apple ID and password (usually created to purchase from iTunes) you should tap Sign In and enter those details. Or click ‘Create a Free Apple ID’ and enter your details.

6 Click the terms You will be asked to agree to Apple’s Terms and Conditions for the iPhone. Read through the article and click Agree.

Home Screen By default your home screen is filled with Apple apps. To move them around, simply tap and hold an icon until they all start to wobble. Move around the apps by dragging them

7 Apple services Next is a series of screens to set up key Apple services: iCloud, Find My iPhone, Messages and iCloud Keychain. You will also be asked to enter a four-digit passcode.

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Tutorial: Wireless sync

Wireless synching of your iPhone to iTunes Completely cut the cord between your iPhone and computer SYNCHING AN IPHONE AND ITUNES USED to mean that you had to plug your iPhone into your Mac or PC and either sit and watch the progress bar or leave it and pop back whenever you thought it might be ready. Happily, there is now a better solution to synching your iPhone. Now you can keep your iPhone and iTunes account on your PC or Mac completely in tune wirelessly. No more hunting around for that white cable. Never again will you have to scrabble around under your desk to try to plug the USB cable into your computer. Wireless synching works when both your iPhone and computer are connected to the same wireless network and when your iPhone is connected to a power source. You’ll have to keep your computer on and running iTunes, too. This means you can leave your iPhone charging overnight and wake up to fully synched iPhone and iTunes. The more content you’ve purchased the longer it will take, but wireless sync covers everything: applications, music, bookmarks, books, contacts calendars, movies, photos, notes, documents and ringtones are all synched wirelessly over your network. When your iPhone is connected to a power source and on the Wi-Fi network it shows up just as it would, were it plugged into your computer through a USB cable. This means you can change settings and other options wirelessly, too. Ironically, you have to plug your iPhone into your computer to enable wireless synching but, after that, it’s all wire-free.

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Sync now To force the wireless sync simply tap on Sync Now. Make sure that iTunes is open on your computer and connected to Wi-Fi

Which computer This tells you the name of the computer that your iPhone is currently synched with, and what you are synching over the air

Last sync Keep an eye on when the last sync took place as the more and more data there is to sync, the longer it will take.

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STeP-by-STeP GUIde: Wirelessly synching your iPhone

Tutorial: Wireless sync

1 Connect your phone The frst step of setting up a wireless sync is to connect your iPhone to your computer and open iTunes. Once iTunes has launched, click on your iPhone. 2 Start Wireless Sync In iTunes, click on the Summary tab and, under the options section, tick the box next to ‘Sync with this phone over Wi-Fi’. Now click Apply in the iTunes window.

3 Connect to Wi-Fi Unplug the iPhone from the computer and connect to the wireless network. Go to Settings, then Wi-Fi. Select your wireless network and enter the password.

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4 Sync wirelessly To make sure that your wireless sync is set up properly plug the iPhone in to a power source. Open the Settings app and tap on ‘iTunes Wi-Fi Sync’.


5 Sync apps The iPhone will now appeat in iTunes, click on the Apps tab. Here you can choose which apps to sync. You can sort them by kind, name, category, date and size. 6 Sync new apps If you’d like all new apps that you buy to automatically sync to your device, simply check the option ‘Automatically sync new apps’.

Wired first If you have loads of apps, music, photos and videos to sync with your iPhone, it’s best to do so over USB before going fully wireless. This makes subsequent syncs much smaller and faster. Once you’ve got all your stuff synched up the incremental additions will be smoother

7 Sync music If you have a large music collection you may fnd that your iPhone gets flls up fast. Click on the Music tab to choose which playlists to add. You should also consider adding the iTunes Match service (as outlined on page 108).

8 Wireless speeds It’s worth noting that the speed of your sync can be afected by other trafc on the network. So, if you can, avoid running a sync when you’re surfng the web.

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Tutorial: Setting up iCloud

Setting up and confguring iCloud Get everything in sync and stored safely online with iCloud iCLOUD IS A SET OF SERVICES THAT APPLE offers free to all its customers. Signing up for iCloud gives you a free email address, and keeps your contact- and calendar information synched across several devices. It also backs up your iPhone with ease. iCloud securely stores all your music, photos, documents and apps and allows you to automatically download them whenever and wherever you are. The best thing about the iCloud service is no synching is required – everything just happens automatically. Buy an app on your iPad and it’s automatically sent to your iPhone. Similarly, if you download a new album on your iPhone, it’s ready and waiting for you on your iPad. It works seamlessly and invisibly in the background. It’s not just for music and apps, though, as iCloud ensures that your email, contacts and calendars are all kept up-to-date, too. It doesn’t matter on which of your devices the change is made, every single one will simply update itself. You get 5GB of free storage, but as apps, books, music and TV shows don’t count toward this space it’s a generous allowance. If you need more space you can buy it. You can also back up your iPhone to iCloud for an added level of protection. No matter what happens, your data will be safe. iCloud also includes Photo Stream that immediately pushes any pictures you take on your iPhone to your iPad or Mac. There’s a lot more to iCloud and it’s sure to be greatly expanded.

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iCloud settings Toggle the switches to choose what to sync with iCloud. You can pick and choose what to have managed by iCloud

Photo Stream Enable Photo Stream for easy photo sharing on your Mac, iPad, Apple TV or iPod touch

Documents in the cloud Safely and securely store all the documents you make on your iPhone in iCloud

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STeP-bY-STeP guIDe: Setting up iCloud

Tutorial: Setting up iCloud

1 Get an Apple ID If you don’t

2 New ID You can use an existing email

already have an Apple ID then you’ll need to create one. Tap on Settings, then select iCloud. From here, tap on ‘Create a Free Apple ID’.

address or get a new @icloud.com one for free. You’ll then need to choose a password and enter location information.

3 iCloud settings To choose what is synched to iCloud, all you have to do is toggle the on/of switch in iCloud Settings. You can pick any combination you like.

4 Find My iPhone Should you lose your iPhone iCloud’s ‘Find My iPhone’ function will be invaluable. Make sure it’s turned on and you’ll be able to locate your phone any time, anywhere.

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5 Storage capacity To see how much of your 5GB data allowance you are using simply tap on ‘Storage and Backup’. Here you’ll see how much is left for your documents, photos and settings.

6 Get more space If 5GB isn’t

7 Documents and data You can let your iPhone apps use the iCloud service to store any documents and data saved on them. Simply toggle on the option in ‘Documents & Data’.

8 iCloud Backup You can use your

enough storage then you can buy more iCloud space. It’s available in 10-, 20and 50GB portions and costs £14, £28 and £70 per year respectively.

Photo Stream If you want to easily share your pictures, turn on the Photo Stream part of iCloud. This lets you share up to 1,000 photos between iPads, iPod touch, Apple TV and your Mac. As soon as you take a picture with your iPhone it enters your Photo Stream

iCloud storage as a backup location for all your data. We highly recommend doing this in case anything goes wrong, and for when you upgrade to a new iPhone. The Complete Guide to the iPhone 5s & the iPhone 5c 55


Tutorial: Get info with Siri

Finding information with Siri the digital assistant Use Siri to help you find out information and a whole host of other things THERE’S NO DOUBT THAT THE FEATURE THAT impresses a lot of people in Siri is its ability to send messages as texts or emails and amazingly read them back to you. However, there’s a lot more to the voice-recognition technology than initally meets the eye. As if Siri wasn’t impressive enough at sending dictated messages, you can also use it to perform a host of other tasks. One of the most impressive is how you can use it to find out things. Much like the computers you see in science-fiction, such as Star Trek or 2001: A Space Odyssey, Siri uses natural language to communicate. It used to be the case that Siri could search for business information only in the US, but the latest update has brought a wealth of business, sports, movie and general trivia information to Siri users in the UK, and iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c owners can access all of this at a touch of the Home button. Answers to basic questions such as ‘how many litres in a gallon?’ is provided through a link with Wolfram Alpha. But thanks to some of the other technologies built into the iPhone, you can use it for other information as well. For instance, if you use the Find My Friends service, you can ask Siri where is one of your contacts and it will show you where they are. Want to know what the weather is like anywhere in the world? Siri can tell you. This tutorial will show you exactly how to get the most out of Siri and what sort of questions to ask.

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Ask a stupid question Not all your questions to Siri have to be completely serious – it has an answer for just about everything

Search the web If you are looking for a more detailed answer to your questions than that which Siri provides, you can easily search the web instead

Sense of humour Siri may not be able to answer every question, but there are a few that make it seem a bit more human

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STep-BY-STep GUide: Getting info with Siri

Tutorial: Get info with Siri

1 Just ask Siri is great for fnding out little titbits of information you might need to know. Of course, you could type in your question, but just speaking it out loud is a lot faster.

2 Answers Siri uses Wolfram Alpha

3 Find places You can get Siri to

4 Siri is in business Siri now

check and fnd places on the Maps app, either by looking for entire locations or postcodes, or even people using Find My Friends.

searches for businesses in the UK, so if you ask for the nearest Starbucks this is what you’re going to see. Click an option to open it in Maps.

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and Bing to fnd many of the answers; this can be useful for extra context and information. Wolfram Alpha doesn’t have every answer, but it’s very comprehensive.


5 Next event Want to know when your next calendar event is? It’s as simple as asking Siri. Your next appointment will be displayed. To fnd out whether you have a meeting on a specifc date, ask Siri.

6 The weather Want to know what the weather is like in a certain place? Just ask. If you have Local Weather turned on in the Weather app ask ‘will it rain tomorrow?’ and Siri will tell you.

Speak normally You can use natural language to ask Siri to find the information you’re after – it usually works out what you want to know

7 Search for sport In addition to

8 Siri suggestions If you can’t think

all the clever stuf Siri can do, it can also provide the latest sport information. Just ask Siri what happened in the latest match to get the results.

of anything to ask Siri there are some handy built-in suggestions to get you started. Launch Siri and tap the i button for some examples. The Complete Guide to the iPhone 5s & the iPhone 5c 59


Tutorial: Control Centre

Quickly access features with Control Centre Quickly access key features on your iPhone

CONTROL CENTRE IS A NEW FEATURE introduced in iOS 7. It replaces the old Multitasking bar controls and offers a huge range of features. You access the Control Centre by dragging your finger up from the bottom of the display. The controls pull in like a transparent overlay covering the home screen or whatever app you have open. You can open Control Centre in pretty much any app or part of the iPhone. Some apps that rely on similar gestures, such as maps and games, may require you to swipe up twice: once to reveal the handle for Control Centre, and a second time to reveal Control Centre. One thing that’s worth noting is that you can access Control Centre from the Lock screen, although you have to drag your finger up from the very middle of the screen (just above the Home button). If you drag up from the side of the display you’ll access the camera instead. Control Centre can be a bit daunting at first. Don’t worry, though, this tutorial will explain how it all works. The Control Centre is divided into five main parts. These enable you to access Settings, Brightness, Music controls, AirDrop and AirPlay and shortcuts to apps and features. The annotation on the opposite page explains the different areas. Control Centre is an incredibly useful new feature on the iPhone. This tutorial will help you get started.

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Settings These fve buttons enable you to quickly turn on and of iPhone settings. The buttons represent: AirPlane Mode, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Do Not Disturb and Screen Lock

Sharing AirDrop and AirPlay are used to share items with other devices. You can send fles to another iPhone with AirDrop, and stream music and videos using AirPlay

Music playback These controls enable you to control music playing on the iPhone. You can move around tracks, skip songs and control the volume

Apps These four buttons allow quick access to key features. You can turn on a Flashlight and access the Camera, Calculator and Clock

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STep-bY-STep guIDe: Using Control Centre

Tutorial: Control Centre

upward from the bottom of the display. It’s usually best to start from ever so slightly below the screen.

2 Settings You can turn on and of settings using the buttons at the top. When a feature is active it will turn white. Do Not Disturb and Screen Lock are handy to turn on and of.

3 Brightness The slider below

4 Music When music is playing you’ll

the settings is used to control screen brightness. Drag it down to dim the screen and extend battery life. Drag it to the right to make the screen brighter.

see the name of the track here. You can play/pause or skip to the next track and control the playback and volume.

1 Control Centre Drag your fnger

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Portrait mode

5 Open app You can go to the Music app by tapping the name of the song in the middle. Drag Control Centre up from the bottom again to reveal it.

7 Quick apps The buttons at the bottom of the screen ofer quick access to apps and features. Tap the calculator icon to go straight to the app.

6 AirDrop This is a new feature that enables you to share fles with other users nearby. You can share with everybody or just people in your contacts.

On the home screen the Control Centre opens vertically, so you may think it works only in portrait mode. This isn’t the case. You can open Control Centre in landscape mode by dragging up from the bottom of the display in a horizontal app

8 Open everywhere You can access Control Centre from anywhere. It works on top of apps – for example, here it is displayed over the Calculator.

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Tutorial: Notifcation Centre

Getting to grips with the Notifcation Centre Notification Centre is the perfect way to see your alerts and messages

PREVIOUS VERSIONS OF iOS NOTIFICATIONS could become a bit of a pain. The single message windows that popped up and interrupted whatever you were doing were distracting. Halfway through reading a web page it would suddenly pause and you’d get a message that someone had just checked in on Foursquare, or that you’d been mentioned on Twitter. Not to mention that if you had a lot of apps with notifications it could take ages to wade through and dismiss them all. It made using your iPhone a bit of a pain, if we’re honest. With Notification Centre and iOS 7 all this has changed and now your iPhone experience is much more streamlined. The Notification Centre lets you see far more detail about exactly what’s going on, and you can get to it from anywhere at any time. You can happily continue to do what you were doing, be that watching a movie, playing a game or editing a document, and your other apps won’t get in the way. You still get to see what notifications are coming in, but it’s on your terms. The Notification Centre doesn’t have to be restricted to standard messages, though. It will display the weather forecast and – if you’re interested – stock prices, too. All the notifications are kept hidden away until you need them. Don’t worry, you can still get back all those old-style notifications if you wish. You’ll find out how in the next tutorial.

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Notification Centre All the notifications are kept in this one simple screen that slides down with a single swipe from the top of your iPhone screen

Go to Notifications Tap on a notification to get more info on it. This will open the app related to the notification

Hide Notification Centre Simply put your finger on the tab at the bottom of Notification Centre and swipe up to get rid of the notifications screen

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STep-by-STep guIde: Notifcation Centre

Tutorial: Notifcation Centre

1 Home screen One of the big advantages of the Notifcation Centre is updates are displayed almost everywhere. Here we can see that somebody has Retweeted one of our Twitter messages.

2 Notifcation Centre To get to the Notifcation Centre itself you simply swipe down the screen with your fngertip, from the very top of the screen to the bottom, in one fuid movement.

3 Notifcations if you’re playing a game and you get a text message, you’ll get a discreet notifcation at the top of the screen. The message disappears after a few seconds. 4 Get the message If the message is more important than the game you’re playing or the movie you’re watching, simply tap on the notifcation to go to the relevant app.

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5 Notifcation tabs At the top of the Notifcation Centre are three tabs: Today, All and Missed. These enable you to fnd message you might have missed.

6 Scroll down Swipe down to see more of your messages and notifcations. You can clear groups of messages by tapping the X icon and tapping Clear.

Badges If you like the old style of pop-up alerts and badges, you can still see those red badges to alert you to any activity, like text messages, emails and missed calls

7 More detail If you want to get more detail on any of the items in Notifcation Centre, simply tap on it to be taken to the relevant app. Here we tapped on a stock price.

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Tutorial: Notifcation settings

Managing your notifcation settings Keep yourself in charge of what notifications you get from each of your apps THE ADVANTAGE OF NOTIFICATION CENTRE in iOS is that all alerts are kept in one place. It’s a simple, easy-to-access part of the iPhone operating system that makes getting messages and notifications supremely easy. Swipe your finger down the screen and there they all are. With the addition of iCloud support you can easily see all your appointments and mail in one place. Text messages or iMessages can all be read and assessed for importance at a glance. In short, it’s a truly effective way of seeing all your updates in one simple screen. The only problem with this approach, however, is there are so many apps that want to send you alerts and notifications that the Notification Centre itself can become overwhelmed. Too much information to scroll through and the usefulness of iOS’ Notification Centre is gone. Happily, you can manage how your notifications will appear and which apps will be able to use them. Want to use an app, but not allow it to send you notifications? That’s not a problem. Even better, you can decide what type of notifications you receive, be they banners or old-style alerts. The Notification Centre is based entirely around your preferences. Spend a short time following this tutorial and you will get the most from Notification Centre and always get the alerts you want most. Each and every app is configurable to match your specific needs.

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Banner or Alert You can choose between pop-up window alerts or banners for all of your apps that provide notifications. Chose None to stop alerts for that app

Badge app icons The app icons on the home screen can also display notifications as small numbers on the app icon

Notification Centre You can prevent items from showing up in Notification Centre. You will still get the Banner or Alert, though

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STeP-BY-STeP guIDe: Choosing Notifcation Centre settings

Tutorial: Notifcation settings

1 Get to notifcations To start and manage your notifcations you’ll need to go into Settings. Tap on Settings, Notifcation Centre. It provides a variety of settings that allow complete control.

2 Notifcation Centre All the applications that use Notifcation Centre are listed – just swipe up to see more of them. You can choose to have them arranged Manually or By Time.

3 Banner or Alert To change notifcation settings for an app tap on it and choose the style of notifcation. Banners appear at the top of the screen and Alerts in the middle of the display.

Decide whether apps can use a badge, or how often alerts are repeated. You can choose to include or exclude the notifcation from the iPhone lock screen.

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4 Other notifcation options


5 Alert repeat By default, alerts are set to repeat just once. If you often fnd yourself missing alerts, you can have them repeated up to 10 times so that you never miss a notifcation.

6 Show messages If you want to see more of your messages, simply tap on Recent Items. You can choose to show just one, fve or 10 recent items in the list in Notifcation Centre.

Notification setup When you install a new app on your iPhone it may ask for your permission to send you updates and notifications. Tap Ok to set up notifications automatically or Don’t Allow if you don’t want it to. You can always edit the settings later

7 Stock of If you don’t have any interest in tracking stocks and shares, you can turn of the stock prices in Notifcation Centre. In the Settings app tap on Notifcations then Stock Widget.

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Tutorial: Using iMessage

Getting the most from the new iMessage service iMessage lets you send text, images and video for free to other iOS-connected friends WOULDN’T IT BE GREAT IF YOU DIDN’T have to pay for text messages? Well, now you don’t. iMessage is built into iOS and allows you to send free messages to anyone else on an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. You can send pictures and video, as well as just plain text messages, as long as the intended recipients are running iOS. The best part is there’s no setup involved. Your iPhone will automatically detect whether the person has a device running iOS and send the message to them over iMessage. If they don’t have iMessage the phone will simply send them a standard text message. You can send group messages, so if you need to let everyone in the family know what’s going on, just add them to the conversation and type away. You can see when the other person is typing a reply and there are delivery and read receipts so you know whether or not your message got through. All the messages are encrypted with the latest security software so there’s no chance your conversations can be read by anyone else. Also, thanks to the Siri voice-recognition system, you can dictate messages direct to your iPhone. This makes sending those short messages even faster. Siri is surprisingly accurate, too. Don’t worry, you can still use the keyboard if talking to your phone makes you feel a little bit self-conscious. Here we’ll show you how to set up iMessages and start sending free messages to all your iOS device-owning friends and family.

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iMessage text Here you can see whether the person you are texting is using iMessage. With normal text messages the speech bubbles are green not blue

Tap to reply Sending a reply to a message is easy. Just tap the iMessage text box and use the keyboard

Speak your words Instead of typing your messages you can also dictate them. The speechrecognition tool does a great job of recognising your voice

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STep-bY-STep gUIde: Setting up and using iMessages

Tutorial: Using iMessage

1 Make a message The Messages app sits in the top-left of the Home Screen by default. iMessage is built-in and works automatically. Tap on the new Messages icon to read and reply to messages.

2 Reading messages You will see a list of recent messages on the screen. Tap a Message to read it. You can also search for people and messages by sliding up and tapping on the Search text feld.

3 Write message At the bottom of each message is a Message text feld. Tap and start to type your reply. You’ll notice that the space says iMessage or Message depending on who you are texting.

4 Normal text It doesn’t matter if you

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have contacts that don’t have iMessage. Just select the contact to whom you want to send a text. The speech bubbles are green for texts and blue for iMessage.


5 Picture message If you want to

6 Read receipts If you want people

send a picture, just tap on the camera icon. Choose an image from your library or take a new picture with the iPhone camera. iMessage images are free to send.

to know for certain that you’ve read their message, you can switch on read receipts. Enable these receipts in the Settings app.

7 See the response When the other

8 Speak your messages Instead

person is typing a response you can see it in the chat window. The speech bubble with three dots indicates that the other person is writing a reply.

of typing messages you can dictate them. Tap the microphone button and speak. Tap Done when fnished. The iPhone turns your speech into text.

Clear out your messages Over time you’re likely to get hundreds of messages. This can make navigating the Messages screen tricky. You can delete conversations in the Messages app. Swipe across the message from right to left and then tap Delete

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Tutorial: Find My Friends

Keep track of people with the Find My Friends app Instantly know where everybody is with Find My Friends on the iPhone WANT TO BE ABLE TO FIND YOUR FRIENDS no matter where they are in the world, day or night? It might sound a bit creepy, but the Find My Friends application can really be very useful and a bit of fun, too. By utilising the GPS that’s built into iPhones, it’s possible for you to see exactly where your friends are on a map. Say, you’ve gone shopping with some friends and have been split up, you can easily find your way back to each other. Although it might sound a bit strange to be tracked, or to track your friends and family, you have to allow people to follow you. Likewise, they have to allow you to track them. It’s worth noting that you can turn off tracking at any time. Best of all you, can set up temporary tracking and invite loads of people to see exactly where you are. This means that they can see your location, but only for a given period of time. This is great if you’re having a party or similar and need people to be able to easily find you. In conjunction with Siri you can use Find My Friends to let you know where people are, too. Simply ask Siri where is the person and it will use Find My Friends to locate them. All this tracking can seem a bit like ‘Big Brother’, but you can turn it off easily and hide yourself away, whenever you choose. Naturally, as it’s using GPS, the Find My Friends app can use up plenty of battery power. Find out more about the app by reading on.

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Friends list Tap on Friends to see a zoomed-out view and list of where all your friends are at any one time. Obviously, if your friends are all over the world, the image is zoomed out to take in the distance between people

Find friends With their permission, Find My Friends locates all your friends and contacts. They appear as coloured dots on the map, and you can tap the ‘i’ icon for more info

Refresh locations If the person or people you are tracking don’t seem to have moved on the map, even though you know they have, hit Refresh to track them again

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STEp-by-STEp GuIDE: Finding your friends

Tutorial: Find My Friends

1 Get Find My Friends Go to the App Store and download Find My Friends. When the app appears on your home screen it’s called Find Friends.

2 Log in Now you need to log in with an Apple ID. Simply enter your details here or, if you haven’t yet set up an account, tap on ‘Get a free account’.

3 Add friends To start fnding your friends tap on Requests. Here you’ll see if anyone wants to add you to their Find My Friends service. Tap on Invite Friends to start inviting people.

4 Search contacts Type in the name of the person you want to add. Each letter that you type will narrow down your contacts. Simply tap on a name to send a request.

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5 See friends Once you’ve been authorised to fnd them, your friends will show up on the map. The blue dot is you; the purple dots are your friends.

6 Diferent maps By default the view you see of the map is a standard Apple street map. Tap on the bottom-right to see other options.

Custom labels To make it easer to know where your friends are you can add labels to their locations. So, you can add the tag ‘Home’ to a location so that you know when your friend is at home. You can also customise your tag name

7 Temporary sharing You can set up short-term Find My Friends location sharing for those you might not want a permanent location for. Tap on Temporary and then Invite Friends.

8 Set the date Give your sharing ‘event’ a name and set a date and time for when the location sharing will end. It can be for a short period of just a few hours or weeks at a time.

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Tutorial: Reminders

Using the Reminders app to stay on top of things Never forget a thing with the Reminders app on your iPhone USING YOUR iPHONE FOR REMINDERS and to-do lists is a great idea. You’re likely to have your iPhone with you at all times so it just makes sense. The rather aptly named Reminders app is here to help you with all your to-do lists. The app itself is built into iOS and has some neat touches. Integration with Siri is just one of the great features of Reminders. It takes merely a few seconds to set up a new reminder using just a push of the Home button and your voice. Additionally, you can use the GPS to activate reminders when you leave or arrive at certain places. So, for example, your phone could remind you to pick up some milk on the way home as you leave work. Naturally, you can set your own time-sensitive reminders, too, and if you have a lot of reminders you can easily search through them. Reminders can be sorted in a list or by date and you can see a calendar view of all your reminders a month at a time. If you’re using the iCloud service all your reminders can be synched across devices. If you set a reminder on your iPad it will show on your iPhone and vice versa . Thanks to the Notification Centre your reminders will show up even on a locked iPhone, so you can see at a glance what you need to remember. If you’re cursed with the forgetful gene, have no fear, the Reminders app is here. You’ll never forget your wedding anniversary again. Here we show you how to use it.

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Lists and dates You can easily view reminders in either a simple list or by date. Simply tap the name of the list to view Lists

Completed reminders When you’ve done whatever it is that your reminder was set for, tap the circle to add it to the Completed list

Create and edit Creating a new reminder is easy: just tap on the space below the list. Or, if you prefer, simply ask Siri to do it for you

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STep-bY-STep guIDe: Setting up Reminders

Tutorial: Reminders

1 Reminders app Open the Reminders app to add a to-do item to your list. Here you’ll see all your reminders and, if you’re using iCloud, the account name used to synchronise reminders.

2 New reminder Tap on an empty

3 Dictate reminder If you don’t

4 Edit reminders To change the details about a reminder simply tap on it and tap on the Info (‘i’) icon. You can change the reminder time and alert repeat settings, and add notes.

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line on the screen to create a reminder and the standard keyboard pops up. Type the reminder and tap Return. To edit it further simply tap on the reminder again.


5 Location-based reminders You can have a reminder pop up when you leave or arrive somewhere. The iPhone uses GPS to track you, and when you’re at the right spot it sends an alert.

7 Search reminders If you can’t see the reminder you’re after, use search. In the Lists view tap on the search feld and enter the item you are looking for.

6 See your month You can see all your reminders in the month by tapping the clock icon in the top-right of screen. This screen lists all reminders from your diferent lists in one large Scheduled list.

Speak your reminders Siri lets you set reminders without even opening the Reminders app. Launch Siri with a long press of the home button and say ‘New reminder’. You can dictate your message all at once, for example: “Set reminder to collect dry cleaning on Tuesday, 4pm”

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Tutorial: Sending Messages with Siri

Sending emails and text messages with Siri Siri understands spoken commands and can perform many tasks SIRI IS ONE OF THE OUTSTANDING features of the iPhone. Siri can understand your voice and act upon your instructions. It’s not just simple voice recognition, however, as you can get Siri to perform all manner of tasks for you. Apple is keen to point out Siri isn’t a completely foolproof system, but it’s pretty good. There are some restrictions that mean Siri can’t always work. You have to have a 3G/4G or Wi-Fi data connection to use the service. If you can’t connect, Siri just won’t be able to do anything. This is because it needs to connect to Apple’s servers for help with turning your voice into instructions. It might seem a bit odd talking to your phone, but when you get used to doing so it seems perfectly normal. If you still find it uncomfortable speaking to your phone you can use the iPhone headphones or simply hold the phone to your ear to make Siri work. There have been a lot of examples of the fun you can have with Siri, but it can do some really interesting and useful things, too. On of the coolest features that Siri has is the ability to dictate and send messages to your contacts. You can use email or text, and all you have to do is open Siri and ask it to send a message for you. It’s a lot easier than typing out messages by hand. This easy-to-follow tutorial shows you exactly how to start sending messages with Siri.

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Interaction Siri speaks back to you, and its responses appear on the main display. Sometimes you can click on options in this window as well as speak to Siri

Voice indicator The horizontal waveform indicates when Siri is hearing. It spins when Siri is thinking and turns into a microphone icon. You can tap this to tell Siri to listen up

Speak to Siri Launch Siri with a long press on the home button and simply start to speak. If it can help, it will

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STep-by-STep guIde: Sending messages with Siri

Tutorial: Siri messages

1 Send an email To get started sending an email open Siri and say “Send an email”. Siri will process the instruction and ask you to whom you want to send it.

3 Subject matter Siri now asks you for the subject line for your email. Again, all you have to do is speak and Siri will turn your speech to text.

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2 Multiple accounts Tell Siri the name of the intended recipient of your email; if you have multiple addresses for that person, Siri will ask which one to use. Speak or tap on your selection.

4 Message body Now all you have to do is dictate your message, but remember to use punctuation. If you want a comma, for example, say “comma”. When you’re fnished just stop speaking.


5 Send email When you’re done Siri will ask if you want to send the message. Simply confrm with “Yes” to send the message or “Cancel” to delete it. To change the email say “Change”.

6 Send a text message Open Siri and tell it you’d like to send a text message. You can either give Siri a name or it will ask you to whom the message should be sent.

7 Dictate message Speak your

8 Message sent Once you’ve

message and Siri will turn your speech into words. It will then ask you if it’s okay to send the message. Say “Yes” or “No” as appropriate.

approved the message Siri will send the text to your contact. Remember that Siri is able to read any text message replies you receive, which is useful if you’re driving.

Natural voice Speak to Siri in simple instructions and it will interpret each step and ask you the next relevant question. However, it’s possible to give Siri a string of instructions. You could say ‘send a message to Joanne’s work email address’ and Siri will know what you mean

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Tutorial: Browsing the web

Using Safari for iPhone – the ultimate web browser Learn how to use gestures and pages in Safari for iPhone

AS WITH APPLE’S DESKTOP COMPUTERS, Safari is the default browser for the iPhone – and on this platform it offers the best mobile browsing experience we know. It offers a gestural touch-based interface, with flick-scrolling, pinchzooming and links that are activated with a tap. Safari for iPhone offers most of the features found on a desktop computer, including support for multiple pages. Pages are similar to a desktop browser’s tabs, enabling you to simultaneously browse multiple sites. The number of active pages is indicated by the icon second from the right on the toolbar at the bottom of the page. Clicking on this stacked pages icon brings up an option to create a new web page and navigate to another website. You can also share web pages via email or AirDrop (see page 152), or add them to a Reading List that downloads pages for offline viewing, and also shares them with other iOS and Mac computers using iCloud. As with Safari’s desktop cousin, the address- and search fields at the top of the screen move out of sight when you scroll down a page. Here we show you how to get started with Safari, working with gestures, pages and web video. Once you start interacting directly with web content on the iPhone’s screen, you’ll be hooked. In fact, you may well find the combination of your computer’s browser and a mouse starts to feel rather archaic by comparison. Here’s how to get started with Safari.

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Search the web The Unified Smart Search field occupies its customary spot in the top of the toolbar – as it does on the desktop version of Safari

Standard websites Many websites are displayed as full-page sites. You can zoom in by double-tapping areas, or by using a pinch-to-zoom gesture

Safari’s toolbar The toolbar buttons in Safari enable you to go back and forward, access the pages screen, share a web page, access bookmarks and navigate pages

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STep-BY-STep GUIde: Getting to know Safari for iPhone

Tutorial: Browsing the web

1 Open a web page... If you know the address of the site you’d like to visit, tap the Unifed Smart Search feld. When the keyboard appears, type in the website’s address and tap Go to confrm, or select a site from your browsing history. 2 ...Or search the web To search the web instead, tap the Unifed Smart Search feld, enter a search term, and tap Go. The default Search engine is Google, although Siri may have talked you into changing it to Bing. You can adjust the default search engine in the Settings under Safari.

3 Navigate a page You can move around a web page by dragging your fnger up and down. You can also move horizontally across a page.

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4 Zoom page content If you want to zoom in on an object double-tap it. Safari typically zooms to ft that text. Or you can use the pinch-to-zoom gesture.


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5 Use pages Tap the pages icon on the right of the toolbar to view all open web pages. You can tap one to open it, or slide it of the left of the screen to close it.

6 Bookmarks and sharing Tap the Share icon to share or bookmark a page. You can add it to a Bookmark or your Reading List or create a home screen icon from the page.

Safari for iPhone works well in both portrait and landscape orientations. If you find yourself regularly zooming in and out on a certain website, try rotating your iPhone to landscape mode – the page will resize accordingly, and the text will be bigger. You will see less of the web page overall, but the effortless scroll-based navigation of Safari means this is unlikely to be a problem

7 Play video To start playing a video, tap the play icon at its centre and it will play inline. To access controls for play/pause and scrubbing through the clip, tap the video. Controls fade after a few seconds.

8 Go full-screen Rotate your iPhone into the horizontal position and scroll down a page to remove all the onscreen controls. This enables you to view just the page.

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Tutorial: Safari Reader

Using Safari Reader on web pages Safari Reader makes websites and blog posts much easier to read SAFARI IS ONE OF THE BEST MOBILE WEB browsers, if not the best mobile web browser. The fast and accurate way it renders pages is impressive. The browser is no doubt helped by the super-fast chip inside the iPhone 5s, but it’s speedy even with the 5c’s A6. With 4G internet connectivity becoming more commonplace, the faster your browser can render a page the better. One of the problems with having a smaller screen is some website designs make it difficult to see the content you want to get at. This isn’t too much of an issue where you can pinch-to-zoom or double-tap on text to get a closer view, but it can still be a pain. To get a better view of the main body text on web pages, Apple has included in Safari a feature called Reader. Reader automatically cuts out all the design elements of a page and just gives you the text and key images. Reader is great for longer blog posts and news stories. You can enlarge the text to make it even easier to read, too. In the Reader view you also have quick access to other sharing options, such as Reading List, Tweet and Print. The Reader function might not work on every web page, and you’ll have to wait for the page to fully load before you can take advantage of this feature, but it makes reading on the web a much more pleasant experience. Read on to find out how to get the best out of the new Reader feature and make reading online news and blog posts at lot simpler.

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Easy to read All the main body of text from a web page is put on an easy-to-read background with no image distractions

Switch on and off Reader Tap this Reader icon to switch between Normal and Reader views

Share You can share the content of a web page if you find it interesting using the Share button

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STeP-By-STeP guide: Using Safari Reader

Tutorial: Safari Reader

1 Basic page Safari is very good at rendering web pages and the Retina display makes text extra sharp, but it can be easier to read. Tap on Reader in the Address Bar.

2 Reader view When you’ve stripped out all the other web page elements, the article is much easier to read. Any images in the text will still displayed.

3 Links Pages still contain web links, so you can click on them to access new pages. These open in Normal view, however, but it’s a quick process to switch each page to Reader view.

4 Sharing service As well as

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giving you a clearer view of web pages, Reader lets you share a page in a number or ways. Send articles via email or Twitter, or even print them out.


5 Images in posts Even if you make the

6 Tweet an article If you use Twitter

text size in Reader view very large, any images that are in the main body of the article remain in the place they are supposed to be.

you can quickly let your followers know about an article, directly from the Reader view. Tap on the Share icon, then Twitter.

Navigate You can navigate forward and backward between Safari pages by sliding your finger in from the left and right of the display. This is much quicker than using the Forward and Back buttons in the Safari toolbar

7 Email an article If you’re not on Twitter you can still share any articles via email. Tap on the Share icon and select Mail, and your link and subject will be automatically flled in.

8 Normal view Once you have read the article you can return to the standard web view to see and read all the elements Reader cut out. Simply tap the Reader icon to switch to Normal view.

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Tutorial: Viewing and editing contacts

Using Contacts to view and edit your address book How to search, view and edit contacts on your iPhone LIKE ITS MAC EQUIVALENT, CONTACTS FOR iPhone is a simple application, relying largely on data you send it via an iTunes or - increasingly iCloud. Contacts can also be synchronised with a variety of services (including Google Contacts and Yahoo Address Book), along with information from Address Book for Mac OS X and Outlook 2003 or 2007 for Windows. It’s possible to add new contacts (which can, of course, later be sent back to your computer the next time you do a sync), and you can edit details for existing contacts, updating data and creating new fields. It’s also possible to amend the sort order of your contacts. If you prefer the list order to be based on first names rather than surnames, select Mail, Contacts, Calendars in the Settings app and set Sort Order to First, Last. Note that you can also amend a second option, Display Order, to Last, First. This makes names in the app (both in the contacts list and individual contact pages) display like ‘Jobs Steve’ rather than ‘Steve Jobs’. Neither of these options is permanent; if you want to revert to the default setting, simply go to the Settings app and reselect it. Having a good Contacts list on the iPhone makes the whole experience much better, the contacts appear in your emails, messages, and integrate with other apps such as Twitter and Facebook. Also, you can use them with apps such as Find My Friends, so it’s a good idea to keep Contacts up to date.

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Search feld The search field in the Contacts app dynamically filters your contacts list, updating as you type

Add new contact Click this ‘+’ icon to add a new person or company to the list of entries in Contacts

List of contacts All the contacts appear in a list that you can scroll up and down. Click the letters on the right to go to those alphabetical entries

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STEp-by-STEp guIDE: Managing a contacts list

Tutorial: Viewing and editing contacts

1 Find a contact Open a contact’s page by selecting it from the list. Tap the letters on the left to snap to names, or drag/fick to manually scroll the list.

2 See details A contact’s details appear in the righthand ‘page’ of the app. If the details are too long to be displayed, a scrollbar will briefy appear to signify this.

3 Edit details Tap the Edit button to amend information. Remove felds by tapping the red buttons, then tapping Delete.

4 Removing a contact Scroll to the bottom of the page and tap Delete Contact. In the pop-up dialog, tap Delete to confrm, otherwise Cancel.

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5 Forward a contact Tap Share Contact to bring up the Share window. You can share it with a person using AirDrop, or via Mail or Message.

6 Add a new contact To start, tap the Add (+) button at the top of the contacts list. A New Contact page will appear.

7 Add a photo Adding photos to contacts makes the iPhone much better. Tap add photo and either Take Photo or Choose Photo from the menu.

8 Edit phots You can drag and pinch to scale the image, and drag it around using your fnger to focus on the face. Tap Choose when you’re happy.

More fields To add specific details for a contact when in edit mode, scroll down and tap add field. This brings up a pop-up menu, enabling you to select a new field such as Birthday or Job Title. It’s also possible to amend a field’s type by selecting it while editing – for example, tap a telephone field to change it from home or work to Skype, iChat or some other option

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Tutorial: Create and edit Calendar events

Adding and editing events in the Calendar app Define locations, times, alerts and notes for events THE iPHONE HAS A FANTASTIC CALENDAR app that is much more powerful than those you’d use on other phones. It becomes especially useful if you hook it up to other iOS devices and your computer using Apple’s free iCloud synchronisation service. However, the iPhone’s Calendar app isn’t reliant on being physically synched with a computer. You can add new events and amend existing ones on your iPhone. These are then sent over Wi-Fi using iCloud to your other iOS devices – no computer is required. The process for adding a new event from scratch is pretty straightforward but, when it comes to editing events, it’s worth noting one of the options in the Mail, Contacts, Calendars section of the Settings app. Scroll down to Calendars and you’ll find the Default Calendar option. Tap this to see a list of the calendars on your iPad. Select one of them and it will be used as the default in the Calendars app when you create a new event. The setting can be overridden on a per-event basis, but it’s a good timesaver to have your most-used calendar as the default option. You’ll find that all the screengrabs in this tutorial are in portrait mode. This is the most common orientation for the iPhone, but the Calendar app also works in landscape mode, which offers a different view to the vertical mode and is well worth checking out.

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Views You can view the month (and even year) by tapping on this icon in the top-left of the display. Tapping on months and days zooms back in

Add events Tap this Add icon to create a new event. These can last all day, or for a few hours. You can add a lot of extra information to events

Events Events appear in the main window. All-day events appear at the top, while timed events appear in the main display area

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Tutorial: Create and edit calendar events

1 Diferent views You can switch between year, month and day views by tappping on days in the Window. Tap on the icon in the top-left to zoom back out to month and year views.

2 Add an event Tap the Add (+) icon at the top-right of the screen to create a new event. If you decide at any time not to add the event just tap Cancel.

3 Add details Tap inside the Title and Location felds to add details of your event. Note that these elements will be searchable, so it pays to type in something reasonably descriptive.

4 Defne a duration Tap the Starts and Ends felds to adjust the time of the event. Select Starts and use the barrel picker to defne a time, and do the same for Ends. Tap outside the picker to go back.

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Automate 5 Set an alert Tap Alert to set an

6 Pick a calendar If the event you’re

event alert time. You can pick from a set of predefned times. The alert appears as a notifcation at the set time. You can also use Second Alert to add dual reminders.

adding isn’t meant to be part of your default calendar, tap Calendar and select a diferent one. Creating multiple calendars can make it easier to manage a hectic life.

7 Add notes Should your event

8 Edit events Most event details can be edited. In day and list views, tap a selected event and Edit to change the details. In week and month views, tap a selected event and then the Edit button.

need some more information use the Notes section. Notes are also searchable, so this is a good place to add memorable word associations.

There’s not much point in manually adding a recurring event to your calendar over and over again: that’s because the Calendar app lets you automate the process by way of its Repeat menu item. Tap this to bring up the Repeat Event pop-up. Here you can define an event to repeat daily, weekly, fortnightly, monthly or annually

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Tutorial: The Music app

Using the Music app Get to grips with the Music app on your iPhone THE MUSIC APP ON THE iPHONE IS YOUR place to go to play, and listen, to all the tracks you have on your iPhone. As you might expect the Music app is where you’ll find all your audio files. In the Music app you’ll find all your iTunes songs, albums, playlists and more. It’s not just all your music either, because it’s here that you’ll also find audiobooks. Podcasts used to be in the Music app, but now have their own app on the App Store appropriately named Podcasts. Although the visual style of the app has changed, the functionality hasn’t altered all that much. If you’ve used the Music or iPod app on a previous iPhone or iOS device, you’ll probably not notice the changes – they’re that subtle in implementation. Getting to your favourite music is easy, with options to create your own playlists on the phone or have the Music app create some for you with Genius Playlists. With album artwork you can use the coverflow view to swipe through your albums by cover. Coverflow works only in the landscape orientation, but is a great way of moving quickly through your albums. As well as helping you manage all the music you own, there’s also a quick link to the iTunes Store to let you get your hands on even more. The Music app is simple to use, but there are some nifty features that you should also get to know. So, whether you want to hear the same song over and over again, or shuffle your songs to add a bit of variety, or just have Genius go to work and create some creative playlists for those long journeys to and from work or in the gym, this tutorial will help you get to grips with the app.

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Store front You can quickly expand your music collection from within the Music app by going directly to the iTunes Store

Tracks You can play a track by tapping it in the Songs list. You can tap the letters to quickly jump to diferent songs

Toolbar The toolbar at the bottom of the Music app lets you access different groups of tracks. Albums can be found under the More icon

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Tutorial: The Music app

1 Search songs Tap on Songs to see all your music in alphabetical order. Tap Shufe to listen to all your songs at random. Search for a specifc song or simply swipe up and down.

2 Now playing Tap a song to play

3 Music types The Toolbar has options for Playlists, Artists and Songs. If you tap More you can also access Albums, Genres and other options. These help you navigate your tracks.

4 Edit the toolbar If you don’t like the default toolbar it can be customised. Tap Edit inside the More view. You can drag icons to the toolbar to organise it to your taste. You might prefer Albums to Genius.

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it. When you tap on the Now Playing button you can see album artwork, time remaining and access playback controls. Tap the Back icon in the top-left to return.


5 Genius Mixes Genius creates

6 Album view When playing a track

automatic playlists of your songs by intelligently grouping them. Swipe left and right to view diferent Genius mixes.

you can double-tap on the artwork image to get a full track listing from the album. You can choose any track from here or click Done to return.

7 Music store Adding music to your collection is easier than ever. Simply tap on Store and you’ll be taken directly to the iTunes Store. Check out the ofers and Top Tens.

8 Music wherever Access quick

Coverflow view In landscape view the Music app instantly switches to album art view. This allows you to quickly swipe through all your albums and songs by their artwork. Double-tap on an album to see the tracks

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Tutorial: iTunes Match

Listen to all your music using iTunes Match Stream every song you have in any iTunes with iTunes Match ONE OF THE BIGGEST TECH TRENDS OF recent years is the shift to cloud computing, where you save data, and then access it, from a remote server rather than on your own machine. Naturally, Apple has put this to excellent use in iTunes, allowing users to store their entire music library ‘in the cloud’ and access it from any device without using up memory. Apple’s service, called iTunes Match, scans your music library and either matches the track with a high-quality version from the iTunes Store or, if it doesn’t have the track in its database, uploads your version to cloud. Once complete, you can stream your tracks from any device (providing you have an active internet connection) without having to download them to that device. If you want a hard copy of a song on one of your machines, Match also lets you download it from the cloud free of charge. The best part is that you can store up to 25,000 tracks, transforming your humble iPhone into a serious music archive. What’s more, you can access your songs from up to 10 different iTunes-enabled devices. Unsurprisingly, the service doesn’t come for free – it will set you back £21.99 a year. However, it’s easy to set up, easy to use and very versatile.

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STEP-bY-STEP gUiDE: iTunes Match

Tutorial: iTunes Match

1 Getting started First things frst, you need to sign up to the Match service. Open iTunes on your Mac or PC desktop, choose Store and Turn on iTunes Match from the drop-down menu. Tap Subscribe for £21.99 per year to get the full service. 2 Matching tracks Follow the prompts and tap ‘Add This Computer’. iTunes Match will then automatically cycle through your music library, either matching tracks with those in its central database or uploading any it doesn’t recognise to its servers.

3 Access tracks Now move to the iPhone and open Settings, Music. Toggle the iTunes Match switch to On and tap Enable. Hey presto, you’re good to go.

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4 Streaming music Streaming can quickly eat up a lot of your data allowance. You might want to toggle of the ‘Use Cellular Data’ switch.


Multiple devices

5 Downloading Tracks are downloaded

6 Deleting tracks Cached songs can

when you play them, and cached for ofine playing. You can manually download them by tapping the cloud icon next to tracks, though.

be played ofine. If you want to remove downloaded songs from your library, swipe the song to the left and tap Delete.

7 Hiding cloud tracks If you’d

8 Automatic downloads If you

rather your iPhone displays only tracks that are cached or you have downloaded, go to Settings, bring up the Music tab and toggle of ‘Show All Music’.

buy a lot of music from iTunes you should also make sure to turn on automatic downloads. Choose Settings, ‘iTunes & App Store’ and toggle on Music.

You can use iTunes Match on up to 10 devices per account. To link a device, make sure you’re signed in with your Apple ID. If it’s an iOS device, go to Settings, Music, iTunes Match, and if it’s a computer just hit the iTunes Match tab in your iTunes menu panel

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Tutorial: Using the Weather app

Getting to grips with the Weather app The Weather app might seem simple, but it’s got some tricks up its sleeve KNOWING WHAT THE WEATHER IS GOING to be like has been one of the more mundane activities that modern technology has had a hand in solving. Finding out whether you should pack shorts or waterproof clothing is probably more important than we’d care to admit. Boring as the subject of the weather may be, there are a staggering number of weather apps available on the App Store. The Weather app is one of the original set of applications Apple shipped with the iPhone and it remains to this day, despite the alternatives. The Weather app is a basic beast at heart, but it can be useful if you are travelling about, giving long-term forecasts and hourly updates no matter where you are in the world. Thanks to Siri, accessing the forecasts that the Weather app provides is now even easier and very quick. Need to know what the weather is likely to be doing in New York for the next few days? Simply ask Siri. Set up the Weather app to show you what the temperature is in a host of places all over the globe. Have either Fahrenheit or Celsius as the unit of measurement and quickly get to your local forecasts, too. Everything you could need weather-wise is contained within this one simple app. In this tutorial we’ll show you how to get the most out of the Weather app and reveal all about its inner workings.

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Search the web The Weather app will use the iPhone locationfetching tools to find out exactly where you are and give you the weather forecast

Hour by hour The iPhone 5s/5c display shows the hourly weather (scroll left and right) and the six-day forcast. The current day is at the top

Add more places You can add more cities to your Weather app and get to the other settings by tapping on the menu icon

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Tutorial: Using the Weather app

1 Local weather By default the iPhone will locate you and update the Weather app to give you the forecast where you are at that time. You also get a six-day forecast.

2 Add a place Adding places to the

3 Weather elsewhere Move between the local weather and cities that you’ve added by swiping left and right.

4 Turn of Local Weather If you don’t always want to see the local weather, head to Settings, Privacy, Location Services. Turn of Weather and it will default to your chosen area.

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Weather app is simple. Tap on the menu icon and then the Add (+) symbol at the bottom-right. Enter a city and tap it to add it to the list.


5 Celsius or Fahrenheit You can have the temperature displayed in either Fahrenheit or Celsius. Tap Menu, then choose your preference at the bottom of the screen.

7 Ask Siri You can fnd out about the weather without launching the app. Simply ask Siri what the weather will be like to get a local forecast. Or ask Siri to give you the forecast for a specifc town.

6 Hourly forecast Swipe left on the hourly strip and you’ll get an forecast of what the weather is going to be like. Sadly, this works only on that day.

Alternative apps There are many weather apps in the App Store. While the Weather app is adequate, other apps offer more detailed analysis of what the weather will do. Check out the App Store for some great weather apps

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Tutorial: Taking photos

Getting the best results from the iPhone’s cameras Always get the best shot from your iPhone’s camera

APPLE MADE MANY IMPROVEMENTS TO THE iPhone when it designed the 5s, and one of the parts of the phone that received a major overhaul was the camera. Not content with the 8Mp sensor found in the iPhone 5 and 5c, Apple included a dual-LED for better low-light performance. This means that as well as a having a much better chip and lens for capturing images, the flash on the iPhone 5s is uniquely good at snapping indoor and outdoor images. All this and the new, more powerful A7 processor combine to give speedy performance and improved image quality. It used to be that a mobile phone’s camera was good enough for a few snaps when the quality of the picture wasn’t all that important, but with the iPhone 5s the image quality is just as good as some more expensive compact cameras, and it’s pushing a fair few digital SLRs for picture quality as well. Using the iPhone 5s as a camera needn’t mean you have to make any compromises, though, as the hardware and software combine perfectly to help you get the best shot in any situation. Getting to grips with the camera app is easy, and getting quick shots is simple. You can, however, take your photography to the next level and get impressive pictures from the iPhone without much effort at all. Note that many of our tips here also apply to the iPhone 5c.

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Flash gun The iPhone has a decent flash that you can use when light levels are low

Front or back You can use either of the iPhone’s cameras to capture shots. Tap here to control which one to use

Shutter release Taking a picture is as easy at tapping here, although now you can also use the volume up button to take a shot

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STEP-by-STEP guIDE: Using the iPhone’s cameras

Tutorial: Taking photos

1 Camera app Open the Camera app and you can see how simple it is to take a shot. Line up your subject and tap the shutter button with the camera icon.

2 Tap and hold If you’re trying to capture some fast-moving action, tap and hold the shutter button. The iPhone now takes a rapid series of snaps.

3 HDR HDR images ofer a much better visual range by sandwiching together three shots into one. The results can be staggering, but image sizes are larger. Tap HDR Of to switch it to HDR On. 4 Visual efects A range of efects have been included in iOS 7. To access them tap the Efects icon (three circles) next to the Shutter icon. There are nine efects to choose from.

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5 Flash The iPhone 5s handset’s Dual-LED fash can be set to fre as and when the camera thinks it’s necessary, or all the time. Simply tap the Flash icon and Auto, On or Of to choose. 6 Front or back Both of the iPhone’s cameras can be used to take shots. For a self-portrait tap on the camera icon at the top-right of the screen. Tap the same icon to return to the front camera.

Panorama In iOS 7 you can choose from regular Photo shots or Square and Panorama shots. Slide Photo to the left to reveal the new options. Panorama enables you to create amazing wide-angle shots by horizontally panning the iPhone

7 Pinch-to-zoom You can digitally zoom in to get a closer look before you take your shots. Simply pinch-to-zoom on the screen to activate the camera zoom. 8 Exposure and focus Decide where the camera should concentrate its eforts to focus, and expose your image simply by tapping on the screen. The square denotes the focus and exposure zone.

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Tutorial: Editing Photos

Editing your photos on the iPhone 5s and 5c Once youÕve taken your pictures you can easily edit them to make them even better ONCE YOU’VE TAKEN A FEW PICTURES and, if you’re using iCloud, sent them to your Photo Stream for safekeeping, you might just want to leave them there. However, no matter how good a camera you possess, some judicious editing can always improve the final result. You might want to make the colours and contrast in your picture stand out. Sometimes a small crop can make all the difference to a photo and turn a good picture into a fantastic one. If you’ve taken a picture of friends or family at a party and they all have the dreaded red-eye, you’ll probably want to get rid of that, too. Your phone itself is a powerful image-editing tool. The Retina display also helps you to crop accurately and to apply precise edits, thanks to the fantastic detail it provides. The iPhone lets you make your photographs look better with a single tap. It can also help you with some of the usual pitfalls of photography. If you take a shot of people with the flash then sometimes they’ll have red-eye. To help you make your subjects look a little less like they’ve been possessed by the devil you can quickly and simply remove red-eye. As well as this, there’s a crop tool that lets you cut out the best bit of a photo and reframe your shot for a better result. If you want to take image editing further you can download any number of apps to help you do more with your pictures, too.

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Cancel If you decide you don’t want the changes to be accepted it’s simply a case of tapping Cancel

Save When you’re done editing your images, all you have to do is tap on Save and all your changes will be confrmed

Toolbar The editing options are displayed across the bottom of the images. Simply tap on them to access the options

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STEP-bY-STEP GuIdE: Editing photos on the iPhone

Tutorial: Editing Photos

1 Start editing Go to your images in the Photos app and tap on the one you’d like to begin editing. Tap on Edit to bring up the iPhone’s editing options.

3 Rotate your pictures If you’ve taken a picture at a funny angle, or just want to have some fun with a picture, you can rotate it. Tap on Rotate at the bottomleft to spin your image.

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2 Editing tools The iPhone’s editing tools are displayed across the bottom of the screen. You can rotate, enhance, remove red-eye and crop the image.

4 Enhance your images The iPhone has a simple Enhance mode that automatically improves the colour and contrast of your images. Tap the magic wand icon to enhance your photos.


5 Fix red-eye If you use the fash on your iPhone you can end up with nasty red-eye ruining your shots. Tap on the red-eye icon and then on the ‘infected’ eye.

6 Tap the eye Tap each of the eyes to remove the red circle. When done, tap on Apply to save your changes. It might not work perfectly, but it’s generally efective.

App Store The iPhone’s built-in tools for editing photos are pretty good, but they cover only the basics. For a choice of more advanced image-editing tools – many of which are free – head to the App Store

7 Crop images To crop images tap on the Crop tool then drag in the corners of the grid to suit. You can move around the crop box until you fnd the best ft. Tap on Crop when you’re done.

8 Constrain crop You don’t have to use the standard crop box on your images. Tap on Constrain to see the various crop ratios you can select for your photos – this is a great help when printing.

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Tutorial: Photos

Viewing photos as Years, Collections and Moments View your photographs using the new iOS 7 Photos app WITH iOS 7 (INCLUDED ON THE iPHONE 5s and iPhone 5c) comes a whole new way of organising your photo collection. Images are now grouped together by Years, Collections, Moments and Photos. In Years view the photos are tiny thumbnails and you can see all your photos taken over the years. The pictures are too small to enjoy in this mode, but thanks to the iPhone’s Retina display you can roughly determine what groups of images are about. Tapping on an area of photos in the Years view takes you into Collections. These are groups of photographs based upon a certain time and place. Above each group of images will be the name of the place and rough date that they were taken. Tap again to go to Moments – groups of pictures all taken at the same place and time. If you went on holiday to Paris, for example, the Collection would be the holiday and the moment would be the Eiffel tower, the Louvre, eating snails in a restaurant and so on. You bounce back up from Photos to Moments, then Collections and finally back to Years using the corresponding icon in the top-left of the display. It may seem a bit of an overload at first, especially the Years view, but you quickly get used to zooming in and out of pictures. Let’s take a look at how photos are organised on the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c in the next tutorial.

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Years Tap the button in the top-left to move up to the Years view. The photos will be smaller, but you’ll see more of them onscreen Collections These photos are grouped by Collections. Above each group is brief information about the location and date that the pictures were taken

Moments Tap the images to move into Moments. These will be smaller groups of photos all taken at the same time and place

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STEP-bY-STEP guIdE: Editing photos on your iPhone

Tutorial: Editing Photos

1 Years This top-level view shows all the photos as tiny thumbnails. Scroll up and down and tap on a group of photos to move to that Collection.

3 Moments In the Moments view you will see photos grouped more closely together. They should be large enough to see clearly. Tap on a photo to view it.

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2 Collections In the Collections view you’ll see larger thumbnails. Photos are now grouped by time and date. You can move up and down through these.

4 Each photo The individual photos are displayed one at a time onscreen. You can use pinch-to-zoom and slide left and right between photos.


5 Sharing Tap Moments (top-left) to zoom back up the Collections view. Now tap Shared in the bottom tab. Here you can see recently shared photos.

6 Shared activity Tap Activity to view photos that you’ve recently taken and shared. You can share photos using the ‘New Shared Stream’ option in Shared.

Shared streams It’s easy to share photos as ‘Streams’ using iCloud. Tap Shared a nd Add (top-left). Give your stream a name and tap Next. Enter a persons email address and tap Done. Tap on pictures to select them and tap Done to share them

7 Creating albums Tap the Album tab at the bottom to view Albums created on the iPhone or synched with iTunes. Tap the Add icon to create a new album.

8 Sorting your photos Give the Album a name and then tap on photos in your Collections to add blue ticks to them. Click Done to create the Album.

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Tutorial: 1080p video recording

Recording high-definition 1080p video on your iPhone Capture in high-definition for colourful and sharp home movies

RECORDING GOODQUALITY VIDEO USED to mean you needed to lug around loads of heavy equipment. Now, though, instead of carrying large digital video cameras, you can record HD video clips right on the iPhone 5s and 5c. The improvements Apple made to the 5s’ lens and chip didn’t just improve the stills performance, it also boosted video quality, too. Recording 1080p high-definition video you capture brilliant details and realistic colours. The iPhone is not only a competent stills camera, it’s also an excellent video camera. Recording video with the iPhone is incredibly simple and once you’ve mastered it you’ll be making your own blockbusters. Just remember that recording at 1080p quality will quickly consume storage space. There’s no way to reduce the resolution either so you’ll always be shooting at top-quality. It’s also worth noting that because iMovie is available for the iPhone you can edit your movies on the go. The iPhone 5s and 5c can become a camera and editing suite, all in one. The video-camera app is very basic, but you do get the option to use the flash as a light to illuminate scenes where there’s not much light. Other than that, it’s simply a case of tapping to record and getting on with it. You can now snap photos while recording video, too. In this short tutorial we’ll show you exactly how to use and get the most out of the video-recording features on the iPhone 5s and 5c.

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Light the way For those occasions when light levels are low you can use the iPhone 5s flash as a light to illuminate the scene

Front or back As the iPhone has frontand rear-facing cameras you can use either to record your footage

Record video Tap the shutter button to start recording video. It turns red when the video is being filmed

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Tutorial: 1080p video recording

1 Video camera To start recording video you need to open the Camera app, the same one you use for pictures. Slide the Photos option left to switch to Video mode.

2 Start recording You’ll notice that the camera shutter button has changed to a red record button. Tap on this to start recording. Tap the same button to stop recording.

3 Timer A timer will appear at the top to let you know how much footage you have captured. You can also take photographs by tapping the Shutter icon to the side of the Video icon.

4 Focus and exposure If you tap the screen as you are recording the iPhone will automatically favour that point for focus and exposure. This is great in tricky lighting situations.

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5 Light the way The iPhone has a small but powerful fash for stills, but you can also use it as a light. Tap the Flash icon to turn on or of the light (or set to Auto) when you’re not recording. 6 Front-facing If you’d like to record yourself instead of what you can see tap on the camera rotate icon at the top-right of the screen. Tap it again to return to the front camera.

Widescreen It’s natural to hold the iPhone upright when you record your video, but remember that if you want to show it off on your big-screen television, it’s better to record in landscape

7 Re-run movies Once you’ve fnished your recording the result will be saved to your Camera Roll. Tap on the mini preview icon to watch your movie. 8 iMovie editing You can trim video clips from the Photos app. If you’d like to edit your masterpiece further then get the iMovie app from the App Store. You can add titles and edit your video, all on the iPhone.

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Tutorial: Set up Twitter

Using Twitter on your iPhone Using Twitter on your iPhone is now even easier with Twitter integration TWITTER IS, FOR THOSE OF YOU WHO DON’T know, a social-networking and micro-blogging site whose popularity has skyrocketed in the past few years. Celebrities get closer to their fans and people from all over the globe converse in 140 character bursts about everything from politics to Saturday night television. Twitter, along with Facebook, is one of the few external services that has seen deep iOS integration. You can enter your Twitter username and password to send location data and pictures to the socialnetworking site. You don’t even need to download a Twitter client from the App Store get tweeting your pictures and locations. Setting up Twitter integration is very simple. You can use an account that you already have or create a brand-new one. You can also use multiple accounts. So, if you have personal and business accounts, you can tweet from both and keep separate your personal and private accounts. The Twitter integration is fully complete and you can use Siri to  send a tweet, share pages in Safari via Twitter, and tweet right from the Notifcation Centre. Your Twitter account is connected to the Settings of the iPhone itself. The advantage of having Twitter built right into the system is that other apps will be able to integrate your account much more easily. You’ll be able to tweet more info from more apps with ease. Learn more about tweeting on your iPhone right here.

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Setting up You can easily install the standalone Twitter app if you haven’t already. Just go to Settings and then tap on Twitter

New Account If you aren’t tweeting just yet, you can set up an account from within the Settings app. Simply tap ‘Create New Account’

Username and password If you have a Twitter account, enter the details here to integrate iOS and Twitter

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Tutorial: Set up Twitter

1 Twitter built-in Now that Twitter is part of the iOS system you don’t even need a Twitter client to post things to the social network. To get started with Twitter on iOS tap on Settings.

2 Twitter settings In Settings you can access a Twitter account you may already have or set up a new one. You can also download and install the Twitter app itself. It’s much better if you install the app.

3 Existing account If you already have a Twitter username and password enter it here by tapping on the Username feld. The @ part of your Twitter name is automatically entered.

4 New account If you’ve never set up a Twitter account you can do it from within the Settings. Tap on ‘Create New Account’ and enter all the necessary details.

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5 Multiple accounts Many people keep multiple Twitter accounts for personal or business use. Others have business and personal accounts. Tap on Add Account to add another account.

6 Account details To enter a

7 Install Twitter Even though you can set up Twitter, the Twitter app is still the best way to experience the site on your phone. Tap on Install to automatically get and install the app.

8 Use Twitter The side beneft to the Twitter integration is when you have downloaded and installed the Twitter app, all the sign-in details are entered for you and the app is ready to go.

secondary Twitter account name and password simply enter the details and then tap on Sign In. Your accounts will be instantly verifed for use.

Contacts If you have friends that use Twitter in your Address Book, then you can use the Twitter integration to add their Twitter name to the Contacts app. Click on Update Contacts in Settings to automatically sync Twitter with Contacts

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Tutorial: Tweeting photos and locations

Sharing locations and pictures from your iPhone Tweet your photos and location from your phone without opening a Twitter app

TWITTER MIGHT NOT BE TO ALL TASTES, but its popularity is unquestionable. The way that Twitter has exploded in popularity worldwide could not have been predicted by anyone. As well as the 140 characters of text that make up a tweet, Twitter is used amazingly well as a photo-sharing site. When an American Airlines jet crash-landed in the Hudson River, it was Twitter that got the pictures out there quickest. Images from all over the world at sporting events and political rallies come through Twitter more and more often. The vast majority of these images have been snapped with a phone camera. Using Twitter on an iPhone is even easier than ever with the integration of Twitter services in the iOS settings. You can now take a picture and tweet it within a matter of seconds using just the Camera app – no need for any other Twitter software. As well as sharing images on Twitter, you can also now share your location more easily. Location sharing might not be to all tastes, but if you have a small band of trustworthy followers, it can be fun. Location sharing is also a good way to show off to your friends when you’re somewhere special, such as an Apple store. Of course, you could always do photo- and location sharing through the Twitter app, but the integrated features make doing both of these things much simpler. Follow this quick guide to tweeting your photos and locations from your iPhone.

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140-character limit Each tweet is limited to 140 characters; with a picture attached youÕll lose some of these. At the bottom you can see how many characters are left Tweet text When you attach an image you can add some text to go with it. Type or dictate your message here

Add location Let people know from where youÕre tweeting by tapping the Add Location button. Tap it again to cancel

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Tutorial: Tweeting photos and locations

1 Tweet a picture You’ve taken a picture that you want to share with all your Twitter followers. Tap on the share icon at the bottom-left of the screen.

2 Share image There are a variety of ways to share your image, but to upload the picture to Twitter, tap on Twitter. All the authorisation and uploading is handled in the background.

3 Add text Your image will be attached

4 Allow location If you’d like to let your followers know where you’re posting from tap Location. You may have to allow Twitter to access Location Services.

and shown as being part of your tweet. Type in your message. The number of remaining characters is also shown.

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5 Send tweet Once you’ve been located

6 Using Facebook instead It’s the

the arrow will turn purple to indicate it’s found you. Tap the area name to select location information. When you’re ready tap on Send.

same process for Facebook, and the frst time you’ll be asked if you want to allow iOS to share your current location. Tap Ok.

7 How to share To share your location in

8 Current location As with Twitter you get to add a message with your image, although there isn’t a 140-character limit. Tap Post when you want to share the image.

Facebook you’ll be ofered a list of local places and businesses. Pick the one you want to share from a list.

Twitter app Tweeting from the Twitter app is still possible and even easier with Twitter integration. You’ll get a better feel for what’s going on if you use the app. Photo- and location sharing is possible both from within the Twitter app and the Maps and Photos apps

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Tutorial: Social media in contacts

Efortlessly merging your social-media contacts Combine Twitter and Contacts data to automatically update your contacts

WE SHARE MORE DATA ABOUT OURSELVES than ever before. Social-media applications hold plenty of details about us, and this means that sharing information is much easier. In many cases you still have to manually enter contact information but, thankfully, that process is slowly becoming automated. Now that Twitter has been integrated into the system settings of iOS, you can combine Twitter friends with your contacts. This means that your iPhone can search through your Twitter friends and, where they match contacts in your address book, automatically add their Twitter username to the Contacts app. As well as this, your iPhone will drag across your friends’ avatars, so there’s consistency across social media and contacts apps. This also means that when they change their picture, this is reflected in your Contacts app. The other advantage to this close integration is that you can tweet your friends directly from the Contacts app. Simply find the person you want to send a message to and tap on their Twitter username. As you might expect, you can add location data and photos to the tweet before you send it. Here we’ll show you how to take your Twitter accounts and scan your friends to see if they are also in your address book. The ones that are can easily be merged to show their Twitter information in their Contacts entry. And all this takes only a few simple taps.

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Groups Keeping your contacts in groups is a handy way to keep in touch with friends

Add a contact To add a contact, just tap on the ‘+’ icon

Your contacts Keeping your contacts in sync is easy with iCloud. Changes made elsewhere on a Mac or iPad are automatically registered on your iPhone

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Tutorial: Social media in contacts

1 Contacts app The Contacts app is relegated to the Extras folder on the second screen. Swipe left to move to the second screen and tap Extras, Contacts to open it.

2 Manually update You can manually

3 Merge Twitter Go to Settings and then tap on Twitter. Once here, you can see how many of your contacts share Twitter information.

4 Update contacts To get the Twitter

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add Twitter and Facebook information to contacts, but that would take some time. Oddly, you don’t merge the information from the Contacts app but in the Settings.

info for your contacts, simply tap on Update Contacts. This can take around fve minutes. The same process can be used for Facebook.


5 Check contacts Once the merge has fnished, simply tap on a contact to see their social-media details. Their account’s avatar will also have been copied across.

7 Send a tweet Tap on the New Tweet icon and you can immediately send them a message. You can also add location information and photos.

6 Tweet options Once the accounts have shared the contact information, it’s easy to see what they’re saying. Tap on a Twitter name to begin. Here you can view their recent messages.

Social clients You can do all sorts of things with Twitter and Facebook, thanks to the closer integration of both services with iOS. However, the standalone apps still have much to offer and can make using social media much easier. Check out the App Store for alternatives

8 Recent tweets Tap on View Tweets to see a list of their recent postings. This is a great way of fnding out what your friends have been saying.

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Tutorial: Apple Maps

Using Maps to navigate Using the Maps application you can navigate your way around with ease

IF YOU ARE FOREVER GETTING LOST, THEN the iPhone could prove to be a real lifesaver. It’s great at knowing where you are, even if you aren’t entirely sure. The powerful GPS inside your handset combines with local mobile phone reception towers to give incredibly accurate positioning. Apple has built its own mapping service and app, called Maps, and you can use it to find local information, directions and even use it as a satnav in your car. The app, used in conjunction with the GPS capabilities of the iPhone, makes it incredibly simple to find where you are, and provide directions for you to make it from A to B as quickly as possible. You can map your journey by car, public transport or walking, and there are alternative routes for you to choose from, too. You can search around you for local businesses or, indeed, companies in any location. So if, for example, you need to find the nearest Post Office, garage or supermarket, you can use your iPhone to find it and then have it tell you the quickest route. Apple’s Maps app can show you the standard map view of your route or, if you prefer, it’ll show you the satellite view overhead. There’s also the option to get a hybrid view of the two together. You can even see the street view if it’s available, giving you a good idea of what your final destination looks like. If you have an AirPrint-compatible printer, you can get hard copies of the map and, if the graphics get too much for you, it’s possible to see your journey in list view so that it’s just the instructions. Get mapping your routes on the iPhone using the following tutorial.

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Search You can search for a specifc address or company here. Tap enter your text and hit Search

Your Location The blue dot signifes exactly where you are. The outer blue circle gives you an approximate area if your exact location can’t be identifed

Other options Tap here to get other options such as the diferent map types

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STEp-By-STEp guiDE: Routes in Maps

Tutorial: Apple Maps

app and tap on Directions. By default your start Location will be set to Current Location. Simply enter your End address and tap Route.

2 Suggested routes After a few seconds your route will be returned with alternative options if you’re going by car or public transport. Each journey will come with an ETA and route distance.

3 List Tap the list icon to view step-bystep directions for your chosen route. This helps you get a list of what turns you’ll need to make. Tap Done to move on.

4 Set of When you’re ready to start moving tap the Start button in the top-right of the screen. Maps will warn you if the route requires tolls.

1 Map your route Open the Maps

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5 Voice control The iPhone will talk

6 Overview You can get an overview

you through the directions as you move. Tap the display to bring up the controls and tap the Volume icon (bottom-right) if you want to adjust the voice volume.

of how the route is going by tapping the display and Overview. This will show how you are doing on the whole route. Tap Resume to go back to the directions.

Traffic tracking Thanks to Apple Maps, you can now see the state of the roads along your journey. As you look at the map youテ浜l see some of the roads have red lines on them. This means thereテ不 congestion, so these roads should be avoided

7 Satnav mode The Maps uses Siri to read out directions as you drive. Itテ不 just like using a satnav device.

8 Arrival times Note that you can see the distance and time left to travel in the top-left, and estimated arrival time in the top-right. Maps uses TomTom data so itテ不 pretty accurate.

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Tutorial: Using Flyover

Viewing a city from the air with Flyover The new Flyover mode in Maps enables you to view cities in 3D THE MAPS APP ON THE iPHONE 5s AND iPHONE 5c replaces Street View with Flyover. This is a fantastic new 3D effect that enables you to fly around photorealistic cities. As you pan and zoom around cities, you can switch to Satellite mode and get an accurate photographic top-down view of a location. With Flyover it’s also possible to rotate the view so you can see how buildings look from the side – it’s almost like flying around a city (hence the name). Flyover is an incredibly impressive feature that can be found only on the iPhone. Accessing the Flyover mode couldn’t be easier: open Maps, switch to Satellite mode, zoom in and pan around. The technology behind it is pretty amazing: Apple has flown helicopters and planes around all major cities, taking photographs of buildings from all angles. It’s then got designers to stitch those photographs on to 3D wireframe models of cities. The result is indistinguishable from real life. Flyover may not be the most practical feature (unless you plan on flying around a city like Superman), but it is one of the best ways to show off the iPhone’s Retina Display. In this tutorial we’ll take a look at how to get the most out of Flyover.

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Map it out Flyover is part of the new Maps app. You can search for locations and businesses in Flyover just as you do in Maps

Flyover button Press the Flyover button to rotate the angle of view by 45 degrees

Satellite view Change to Satellite view by tapping this page peel icon in the bottom right of the screen

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Tutorial: Using Flyover

1 Open Maps Start by opening the Maps app and navigate to a major city. Not everywhere has Flyover so try London, Manchester or Birmingham in the UK.

2 Zoom Use the pinch-to-zoom gesture

3 Satellite mode Flyover works best

4 Tap Flyover Tap the Flyover button

in Satellite mode. Tap the Info icon (the small ‘i’) in the bottom-right of Maps and tap on Satellite.

in the bottom left of the screen to rotate the Satellite view and see the vista in full glorious 3D.

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to get a nice close-up of some central part of a city. This will help show of Flyover in all its glory.


5 Rotate up and down You can also enter Flyover by putting two fngers on the display and pushing up. This gesture also rotates the view angle.

6 Move around You can move around in Flyover view by putting a single fnger on the screen and moving it around. It may take longer to load the map than usual.

Flyover with more details You can use the Hybrid mode to view both the satellite imagery and the map information (roads names and so on). This is a great way to get a good overview of particular areas of a city

7 Zoom in and out You zoom in and out by using the pinch-to-zoom gesture. It’s possible to get close to the buildings and see their fner details.

8 Rotate You can get a good view of all sides of a building by placing two fngers on the screen and using the Rotate gesture (two fngers in a circle) to move around.

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Tutorial: AirPlay & AirDrop

How to use AirDrop and AirPlay Mirroring the iPhone display to a large-screen TV is easy with AirPlay THE iPHONE IS A POWERFUL HANDHELD device that enables you to view, edit and play many of the files you’d normally see on a computer. You can take photographs, watch videos, play music and create business documents, all from the palm of your hand. And although the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c both have a sharp Retina Display and an immaculate speaker, there are times when you want to send its audio or video to a dedicated device. Apple has a technology called AirPlay that enables you to do just this: you can play music wirelessly from your iPhone on an AirPlay speaker, or play video stored on your iPhone on a television set using an Apple TV. Into this powerful mix comes a new technology called AirDrop. AirDrop enables you to share files on your iPhone with any other iOS device in the local vicinity. Simply enable AirDrop, pick a photo, web page or other document and tap Share. You can then send it straight to your friend’s device. AirPlay works via Wi-Fi and other AirPlay-compatible devices – typically an AirPlay speaker and Apple TV inside your house. AirDrop uses both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, and requires you and your friend to be in the same location and connected to the same Wi-Fi network. In this tutorial we’ll look at how to use AirDrop and AirPlay to share files from your iPhone.

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Bluetooth and Wireless AirDrop requires both Bluetooth and Wireless to be turned on. It will automatically turn both on when activated (and leave them on)

Control Centre AirDrop and AirPlay are both set up from iOS 7’s Control Centre. This can be accessed by dragging your fnger up from the bottom of the display

AirDrop Tap this button in Control Centre to activate AirDrop. You can share fles with everybody in the local vicinity, or just people in your Contacts list

AirPlay Tap this button to turn on AirPlay. You can share music with AirPlay compatible speakers and photos or videos with an Apple TV

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STEP-bY-STEP guIDE: Using AirPlay & AirDrop

Tutorial: AirPlay & AirDrop

1 Activate AirDrop Open Control Centre by sliding your fnger up from the bottom of the display. Tap AirDrop and choose either Everyone or Contacts Only. It’s easier to share with Everyone.

2 Share a photo Open the Photos app and view a single picture. Tap the Share icon in the bottom-left to view the sharing window. You’ll see the names of people with whom you can share.

3 Tap to share You can use AirDrop functionality to send photos, web pages, documents and lots of other items in iOS 7. Just select the item, open Share and tap on a person to send it to them.

4 Accept the fle The recipient will get a pop-up asking whether they want the fle. If they click Accept the fle goes straight into the same app on their device as on yours.

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5 Set up Home Sharing To stream videos via AirPlay you need to turn on Home Sharing. Go to Settings, Videos, Home Sharing and enter your Apple ID and password.

6 Turn on AirPlay If you want music and video to play elsewhere, open Control Centre and tap AirPlay. You can now view the various AirPlay devices on your local network. Tap On to begin playback.

Change name You might be wondering how to change the name that appears in AirDrop. This is linked to your Apple ID, rather than your device’s name. Tap Settings, iCloud, Account, Mail (under advanced) and change the Name field

7 Streaming video You can also stream video to the Apple TV directly from the Videos app. Tap the AirPlay icon in the bottom-left and choose Apple TV from the devices list. The video will start playing on the Apple TV instead of playing on your iPhone. 8 Stream the web Fire up Safari to see what the web looks like on your TV. Choose a video on a website that plays inside the iPhone and you can stream it via AirPlay. Just tap onscreen to bring up the Controls, tap the AirPlay icon and choose Apple TV. You can also use AirPlay in supporting apps, such as BBC iPlayer and the YouTube app.

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Tutorial: Managing storage

Keep tabs on how much storage apps are using See which apps are using up the space on your phone

THE STORAGE CAPACITY OF THE iPHONE has risen over the years, but it’s still small by computer standards. Filling up an iPhone takes no time at all, especially with the video and music that you can so easily download from the iTunes Store. There is also now your iCloud account, which offers only 5GB by default and needs to be managed. It’s not just the things like photos and videos that fill up the storage space on your iPhone, though. As apps get more and more complex and do more and more, they balloon in size. It’s entirely possible to fill up even a 64GB iPhone just with apps. It’s twice as easy to fill up a 32GB iPhone, too. This would leave you no space for music, videos or any of the other fun stuff. Thankfully, you can see exactly which applications are taking up the most space. This is great if you are running low on storage and need to dump some apps you don’t need or use. Remember that you can always re-download any of your apps. Deleting apps to make temporary space is easily done. The ability to back up your iPhone to iCloud is great for your phone security, and this storage can also be managed right on your iPhone. See how much of your allowance you are using and buy more space if you need it, all on the iPhone itself. Managing your precious storage space might seem a bit dull compared to all the other exciting things you could be doing on your iPhone, but you can do it easily by following this simple tutorial.

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Space left You can quickly see how much space is left on your iPhone in the Usage screen in the Settings app

App size Each app takes up a different amount of space, depending on what it does. You can see exactly how much space an app eats up right here

More details To get more detail on an app and any further storage space it may be taking up simply tap on the app name

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STeP-bY-STeP GUIDe: Managing storage space on your iPhone

Tutorial: Managing storage

1 See app size Go to Settings and tap on General, then Usage. Here you’ll see a list of the top 10 space-eating apps. You’ll also see the storage state of iCloud.

2 See all apps If you want to see the space taken up by all the apps on your iPhone tap ‘Show all Apps’ and the list will expand.

3 More app data The actual size

4 Delete an app If you don’t use an

of an app isn’t the only storage room it consumes; some apps have documents and data that also take up space. Tap on an app to see how much extra space it needs.

app and it’s taking up space, or you just want to temporarily free up some space, tap on the app, then tap Delete App. This will get rid of it and all its data.

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5 iCloud storage Your iCloud

6 iCloud Backup You can back up

account includes 5GB of free space. You can review how much space you’re using. Tap on Settings, then iCloud, Storage.

your iPhone to iCloud; simply turn on iCloud Backup. Note that synching to a computer will not back up your iPhone.

7 Space required If you need more

8 iCloud in detail You can easily see what’s eating up the data in iCloud by going to Settings, iCloud, Storage & Backup, then tapping Manage Storage.

storage space on the iCloud server you can always purchase up to 50GB a year from Apple. Annual costs are £70 for 50GB, £28 for 20GB, and £14 for 10GB.

Music app Not all the apps and associated data can be removed; it’s impossible to delete your Music app and songs, for example. This is good as the last thing you’d want to do is to accidentally delete all your music

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Final word: Jason Snell

Get in touch with the future A fingerprint-activated 64-bit supercomputer in your pocket. Jason Snell thinks we’re living in the future

W

hen I first heard rumours about Touch ID, I thought it sounded like a gimmick: a feature that brings a frisson of living in a science-fiction future, but that probably won’t be useful in practice. After using it for a few days, though, I can say that once you start using Touch ID, it’s awfully hard to stop. Unlocking the phone with Touch ID is seamless. If I press the Home button and leave my finger resting on the button after the press, the phone just jumps to the home screen. And Apple’s software-design decisions around Touch ID are tasteful, not distracting. Is Touch ID security going to satisfy spies and handlers of classified material? No. Clever people have already demonstrated that, if you invest a large amount of time, money and materials, you can fake out the sensor. If you’re James Bond, do not rely on Touch ID to secure your purloined secrets. But, for the rest of us, the point of Touch ID is not to create unbreakable security against all attackers. It’s to make iPhones more secure overall by making it easier for users to lock their devices.

“Adding a fngerprint sensor was an audacious move by Apple”

Effortless security

Touch ID makes it much easier to unlock your phone - after a day or so, it became habitual for me. Touch ID also requires that you add a passcode or password, and what self-respecting iPhone 5s user would buy this phone and then never use the built-in fingerprint sensor? As a result, I suspect that Touch ID will cause a much larger percentage of iPhone users to lock their phones, and that’s a good thing. Adding a fingerprint sensor was an audacious move by Apple; this is weird, sci-fi technology that could make the iPhone a laughing stock if it doesn’t work right. Not only does it work, but Apple has also shown great restraint in making the entire process feel normal. There are no bright animations or wacky sounds when Touch ID is in use. You’re unlocking your 64-bit pocket supercomputer with just a fingerprint: you’ve got every reason to be excited.

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