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Hi,
Can u please provide good tutorial for learning iPhone for beginners?




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There's the quick reference leaflet that came with the phone, the manual is available in iBooks but it's also worth looking at SCOtutor Applications by ScreenCastsOnline

They don't have an iPhone specific screencast but they do have a free iPad one. While not identical the concepts and methods are common to both iPhone and iPad.

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The iOS interface is fairly intuitive to use and having been around for 5+ years now there are a lot of people with a lot of experience with. You can learn a lot by experimenting, and if you have any specific questions, we can certainly answer those for you.

If, however, you prefer to have a book to guide you through the process, you can check out The iPhone Book: Covers iPhone 4S,iPhone 4,and iPhone 3GS (5th Edition): Scott Kelby,Terry White: 9780321832764: Amazon.com: Books

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