New 5c owner.

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    Hi everyone! Just switched from an Android Galaxy Nexus to an IPhone 5c last weekend. Definately love the new phone, and imprpessed with the battery life of the device to boot! I couldn't use my GNEX for very long as the battery wouldn't have lasted me all day if I did. Still geting used to the differences between Android and iOS, but I'm learning!

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    Welcome to iPhoneForums...ENJOY your new iDevice
     
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    Welcome mate

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    Thanks to everyone for the warm welcome!


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    Well now that I've had this phone for a couple of months now I've learned a lot about it and am very impressed with what all it is capable of doing! I've read a couple of books about the iPhone with the best one being "iPhone: The Missing Manual" by David Pogue (ISBN-10: 1449362230, ISBN-13: 978-1449362232) which is available at Amazon and other book stores.

    The book is well written in an easy to understand language, and covers every aspect of the iPhone from hardware to the included apps. This book is well worth the money you'll spend to purchase it!




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    If you go here, you can download free manuals for all iPhones. http://support.apple.com/manuals/#iphone

    I keep my manuals in iBooks and find them very useful. The manuals can also receive periodic updates as well.
     
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