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I downloaded the iPhone4S Starter Guide book from iTunes, checked "Sync Books," then did the Sync and Apply, etc., but can't find it anywhere on my iPhone. It didn't go to my "Books." Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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Download it from iBooks?
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When I click on "Books," it shows up as a book on my MacBookPro but it's not on my iPhone or iPad.

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Have you downloaded the iBooks app?

I just tested it, and managed to download the phone user guide straight to my phone, from the iBooks store.
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Thanks for the nudge... I found the iBooks app and when I opened it, it downloaded the iBook. Thanks very much.

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