How does the iphone work?
As you may be aware, iPhone is a cellular phone created by Apple. The device combines an iPod music/video player, a cell phone, an internet web and email client, and a handheld application platform. The iPhone 3GS (2009) has up to 32 GB of storage space for music, movies, podcasts, and other applications. It is estimated that a 32 GB iPhone can hold around 6000 typical pop songs. Part of the iPhone's storage is used for the operating system and for optional thirdparty applications and so not all of this space is available to store songs and videos. The iPhone will serve as a camera phone, multimedia player and Internet service for those on the move.
After purchasing the iPhone, you should sign up for cell phone service with AT&T to activate the phone. The cell phone is capable of synchronization with a computer, enabling the user to quickly download contacts and calendars from Outlook onto the iPhone. The process is simple and immediate and can be done by plugging the recharger cord that comes with the phone from the computer to the iPhone. The popup menus will guide the user to complete the process. The iPhone is a rectangular shaped phone having a touch screen and camera lens. The outer edges contain the controls and plug receptacles. The receptacle for the recharger is provided on the opposite end of the phone. There is a long button to control the volume, and the smaller button above it, is the mute button. You can illuminate the touch screen by pressing the button located on the center bottom of the screen. Four icons are displayed at the bottom of the screen to indicate phone, mail,
safari and iPod. These are the icons that are to be used to make phone calls, read and send emails, surf the Internet and listen to music. On the top portion of the screen you will find a row of icons, each representing menus for different functions such as text messaging, calendar, photo album, camera, YouTube, stock reports, maps, weather, clock, notes and settings. The additional features are you can use the phone as an alarm clock, a stop watch or even as an appointment book, camera and more. Many more attractive features like games can be added and to know more, you can visit the online Apple store. As a matter of fact, thousands of games are available in the Apple Store and games are the single biggest category of applications made for iPhone and iPod Touch. The iPhone has a builtin battery similar to iPods and will also use a similar type of headphone but with a builtin microphone. A speaker phone option is also available for both calls and music and video sound. The multitouch interface is the pride of the Apple iPhone. This is an entirely new interface based on a large multitouch display and the incredible software lets you control everything using only just your fingers. The touchscreen does not require a stylus and will respond to bare skin to be operable You can glide through albums with Cover Flow, flip through photos and email them with a touch, or zoom in and out on a section of a web page. SOURCE: RingCentral