Macworld Introduces “iPhone Superguide”

SAN FRANCISCO, CA. – September 12, 2007 – Macworld, the world’s foremost authority on Apple’s revolutionary products, announced the release of the Macworld iPhone Superguide, the most recent installment of its popular Superguide series. Developed by Macworld’s award-winning editorial team, the latest Superguide provides tips, tools, and a complete how-to guide for operating Apple’s exciting new addition to its line of innovative products. Commercially available in three formats, the Superguide can be downloaded immediately as a PDF for $12.95, or purchased as a CD-ROM for $15.00 or full-color book for $24.99 (price for CD-ROM and book includes shipping and handling). All versions are available now at:

“The iPhone is truly an amazing product with capabilities that have exceeded our expectations,” said Jason Snell, VP/Editorial Director of Macworld. “The ‘iPhone Superguide’ will help you unleash the endless potential of this revolutionary device by providing easy to follow instructions to master every feature from the most obvious to the ones you didn’t even know it possessed.”

Written by Macworld's team of iPhone experts, including Christopher Breen, Glenn Fleishman, Dan Frakes, Rob Griffiths, and Ted Landau, and edited by Senior Features Editor Kelly Turner, the “Macworld iPhone Superguide” covers everything an iPhone owner needs to know, from customizing the phone’s settings and navigating music and videos on-the-go, to protecting precious data while connecting to nearby wireless networks. The guide also includes vital information about the email, text-message, and Internet features as well as strategies for syncing video and audio files. There is also a section about the variety of available accessories for the iPhone, including cases, headphones, car accessories, speakers, and more. The easy-to-follow language is accessible and speaks to all levels of both Mac and PC technology users.

The Macworld iPhone Superguide is the fifth release in the Superguide series. Other Superguides currently available for sale include:

Macworld Apple TV Superguide:

Macworld Mac Basics Superguide:

Macworld Digital Photography Superguide:

Macworld iPod and iTunes Superguide:

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