iPhone 5 user guide

By , Sep 21, 2012

After months and months of rumors, and waiting, the iPhone 5 is finally here. The handset, which Apple unveiled last week, is now on sale here in the US and around the world.

While the new iPhone might share some design elements with its predecessors, there’s no question that it’s a completely different beast. So if you just purchased the phone, or want to learn more about it, we recommend checking out the official iPhone 5 user guide…

Apple has uploaded a massive 155-page user guide to help new purchasers get acquainted with the device. The PDF, which can be viewed here, includes far more information than you get with the iPhone. The booklet that comes in the box is just a minimal quick start guide.

Even if you consider yourself an iPhone expert, you can still pick up a few things from the extended iPhone 5 user guide. It covers over 100 procedures and features — some of which are fairly in-depth. For example, how to create and manage your LDAP and CardDAV accounts.

But if sifting through lengthy instruction booklets isn’t your thing, iDB has you covered. We’ll be posting new iPhone 5 discoveries, tips and tricks as we come across them, so stay tuned!

Happy iPhone day!

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  • http://twitter.com/Usheraaf Usheraaf Nazli

    Nice unboxing video Jeff ! Keep It Up man !

  • http://twitter.com/rickz97 Ricky

    I will download the Pdf

  • Angel Daniel

    hey jeff did the micro > nano conversion works?

    • Sean Dorling

      Yes, I done one myself for my phone, and it was the older, bigger chip style, still worked! the micro sims are even easier as the chip on it is the same as the nano sim size. Watch the vid he made, a pair of scissors is all you need really, just be carefull and itll be fine. Oh and you needn’t worry about the thickness difference, it just goes right in, because of the tolerance allowance. Anyway good luck!

  • http://www.facebook.com/billy921 Billy Lee

    the sim card u cut to nano sim does it work on the iphone 5?

  • http://www.facebook.com/antman217 Anthony Antunez

    Safari always has an updated user guide saved in the bookmarks. That’s also a nice guide you look at too and it’s straight on the device itself which is nice.

  • disqus_hNJPj7DGQV

    how can i get delivery report on my sms

  • disqus_hNJPj7DGQV

    I got an I phone 5, how can i get delivery report on my sms?