Many people are interesting in purchasing iPhones, but lack sufficient knowledge of their capabilities. Fortunately, lots of articles are available to help provide a bit of education. Keep reading and learn some tricks for making the most of the iPhone.
Many iPhone users are often annoyed when the device suggests a word that just doesn’t make sense as they are typing. Don’t try to maneuver your fingers and push the little “x” on the screen; you can touch anywhere on the screen to get rid of the suggestion. This saves time and frustration.
Does your iPhone’s battery drain too quickly? Try turning off the “Setting Time Zone” feature. You can access this by going to settings, then location services, and finally, system services. The, switch the setting from on to off, and chances are that your battery life will see a significant increase.
With the iPhone you can quickly take pictures on your phone. Once you slide to unlock the phone, hit the camera app on the lock screen and open it up to use the camera. This feature makes it easy to quickly take pictures and never miss out on a memory.
Certain iPhones can be set up to connect to Wi-Fi, although some setup is required. The benefits of the connectivity is obvious, because you can access the internet away from home with your iPhone. This a great advantage to business people because they can check their messages while they are away from their office.
Have you ever wanted to quickly navigate to the top of a page? Instead of trying to scroll back up, click on the status bar that’s at the top of the screen. In most of the iPhone apps (including Safari, mail, and your contacts) this will quickly bring you back to the top of whatever page you’re on.
Have you ever wanted to create a playlist when you’re not at your computer? Well, now you can Open the music app and click the “Add Playlist” button. You can then give it a name. After that, you’ll be able to click on individual songs, albums, or artists to add them to your new playlist.
Tag email account on the iPhone so that you can quickly get to your messages. Tagging allows you to receive notifications if a new message appears, as well as view the message instantly. You can have one or many email accounts hooked up to your phone.
Use your iphone to store files. If you need files on hand but don’t want to lug around a flash drive or your laptop, just store the files on your phone. By sending files over via wifi or usb, you can keep them stored on your phone. You can even purchase extra space to store them, should the need arise.
As you can see from the above article, using your iPhone is pretty simplistic and really fun. By applying the information from this article, you will have a much easier time with your iPhone and probably be hungry for even more secrets about it. Use the tips you just read. You’ll soon be able to impress your friends by using your iPhone in ways they don’t expect.