By Tom Freeman
Often times the excitement of getting a new iPhone is dimmed by the realization that you don’t know how to do a lot of things you’d like to do with your new iPhone. Fortunately, there are iPhone lessons available to help you get up to speed.
Before you can get started doing anything with your new iPhone you must install the battery and put the cover back on. Most likely you will have to spend some time charging your battery with the power cord supplied before you can start spending a lot of time on your new iPhone.
Many people use their iPhone as part of their mobile office. In that case you will probably want to be hands free. So you should look into getting some ear pods or if you prefer a set of headphones. This will help keep you hands free as you communicate throughout your day. In addition, you should make sure you know where you’ve stored your owner’s manual and any warranty information in case you need it. Those docs can come in handy if you are trying to figure out how to do something or if something stops working properly.
If you haven’t already you should consider getting a protective cover for your iPhone. Yes, it will detract from some of the styling but the better ones really do help protect your iPhone if you drop it. Look for a case that offers real protection, not just a cool looking case. Make certain that you pick a case specifically designed to fit your phone. When it comes to cases there is no “one size fits all” type. Above all keep your iPhone dry. It is not meant to get wet and some of the biggest problems happen when your iPhone gets wet.