I've written an article that reveals where the iPad/iPhone User Guide is hidden but, with iOS 7, they have changed the hiding place.
Apple makes a very good, well written and very easy to understand User Guide for the iPad and iPhone. I've used them many times and included screen shots in blogs. I strongly recommend having it available when you want to get quick and easy instructions.
Now that iOS 7 has been released for upgrade and will be included on the next versions of iOS devices, getting to the User Guide is very important. There are some great new features to iOS 7 that I like very much.
The new iPad and iPhone User Guides are now FREE books you view in iBooks. iBooks is Apples version of Kindle and found in the App Store. Don't worry--it's FREE and the User Guides are FREE too. A great advantage to the User Guide being in iBooks is that you have all of the advantages of iBooks and for me, with my vision disability, is just plain terrific. I can enlarge the text and see the guide contents without having to scroll from side to side as I would with a web page of a PDF document.
- Open the iBooks app and touch the Store button.
- Search for iOS 7
- Choose the one you want and download it to your iPad or iPhone
You can also download a PDF version of the User Guides too if you like. Go to this link.
If you haven't upgraded to iOS 7, the User Guides are a bookmark in Safari...the very last bookmark.