It's cheaper, faster and a lot friendlier for business. Apple's blockbuster smartphone already had nifty features such as visual voicemail, a splendid built-in video iPod and the best mobile Web browser I've ever used
Hoboken, NJ (PRWEB) July 30, 2008
With its broadband wireless connectivity, enterprise support, and built-in GPS, the new iPhone 3G is already a huge success, with 1 million phones sold in the first week.
"It's cheaper, faster and a lot friendlier for business. Apple's blockbuster smartphone already had nifty features such as visual voicemail, a splendid built-in video iPod and the best mobile Web browser I've ever used," USA Today columnist and iPhone For Dummies author Edward C. Baig wrote in his review of the device. "With GPS newly added to the mix, this handheld marvel has no equal among consumer-oriented smartphones."
Now, John Wiley & Sons, Inc. is bringing to market iPhone 3G Portable Genius (ISBN13: 978-0-470-42348-6; $25.00; 304 pages), the first in a new series of books to support Apple products and cater to forward-thinking Apple users. iPhone 3G Portable Genius is an attractive guide that gives readers the savvy information they need to make the most of this amazing all-in-one device. They'll find smart, innovative tips on 3G Web surfing, syncing with multiple computers, conserving battery life, and much more--all illustrated with full-color photos and screenshots--along with information on fun and useful apps available at the new iPhone App Store is an accessible guide to the new device full of useful tips and techniques for the most used features on the newest iPone iteration.
iPhone 3G Portable Genius will familiarize users with the new features, including 3G (third-generation) broadband wireless networks, enterprise support, built-in GPS capabilities, and the new App Store where customers can download applications for the iPhone.
If you would like a review copy of iPhone 3G Portable Genius, please email or call Ashley Evens at [email protected] or 201.748.6702
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