Macworld iPhone 5 Superguide (1.0) SAMPLE - Take Control

Macworld iPhone 5 Superguide (1.0) SAMPLE - Take Control

CHAPTER 5 Multimedia

Sync, Load, and Stream

Before you can enjoy your music, photos, videos, and books, you must first get them onto your device. There

are two ways to do this: You can download content directly onto your device, or sync it with iTunes. Once you’ve

gotten your music, movies, and apps onto your iPhone, you can then stream them to your Apple TV, AirPort

Express, or wireless speaker system.

Purchase and Download Content on the Go

Whether your media library is primarily comprised of items you’ve purchased from the iTunes Store in the past

or you’re starting fresh, it’s easy to access your content on your iPhone 5. Your device has three separate apps

for purchasing new items and redownloading old content: the App Store, iTunes, and iBooks.

APP STORE This app is designed to let you browse, view screenshots and ratings, download updates, and purchase

apps—all on the fly. Due to cellular carrier restrictions, you have to connect your iPhone to a Wi-Fi network to download

apps bigger than 50MB. (For more on the App Store, see “Download More Apps” in the “Get Started” chapter.)

APP-A-PALOOZA Browse, view, and buy apps for your iPhone.


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