Buying and Activating Your iPhone

  • Ryan J. Faas


The iPhone may be generally considered a consumer device, but Apple has built an incredible amount of professional and business-grade features into it, including access to Microsoft Exchange and other industry collaborative tools (messaging, calendar, and contacts), as well as secure and on-demand access to remote network resources—each of which we’ll explore throughout this book. In this first chapter, however, let’s focus on the immediate questions that you’ll need to know when you go to the store to pick out your iPhone, and when you come home, activate it for use and sync data between it and your computer for the first time.


Wireless Carrier Configuration Profile Operate System Software Sync Data Outlook Express 
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