Whether you own one, or plan to own one, knowing how your iPhone operates is key. When you understand how to make the most of the iPhone’s multitude of features and capabilities, you take the experience to a whole new level. Read on to truly make the most of your iPhone.
To disable your edge connection or 3G GRPS connection, press the setting button. Then tap general, network, and cellular data network. When you get to the field that asks for your APN username and password, put in a few words that will prevent your iPhone from giving providers the right values. Then restart your phone.
If you use your iPhone for a limited number of your favorite apps, consider rearranging your icons to make accessing them much quicker. By moving your most-used apps to the first home screen, you will save a lot of time. This ensures that you can quickly and easily find the information that you need.
To make your favorite website a little faster and a whole lot easier, set it as your homepage. Although you can’t do this as smoothly as you can in Safari on the Mac, you can access your preferred page easily with just one extra tap. Add the page to your bookmark’s list, and then make sure it is at the top of the list. That way, you are only a couple of taps away from your favorite page.
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.
Are you wondering about what you have put in iMessage? Did Auto Correct screw up your meaning again? Simply shake the iPhone and you can undo the message in an instant. Anything you’ve typed will be erased in seconds. Be advised that this feature is optional, so if you want it, you need to enable it in your Settings.
It is easy to understand why the iPhone is one of the most popular devices on the market. Having read this article, you can better understand why you made the decision to get an iPhone. Keep learning all you can. You have so much you can do, you might need more hours in the day.