Many people have iPhones these days, but few really know the secrets to mastering it. You aren’t the only one who isn’t making the most of an iPhone. Read about new ways to use your iPhone.
It is not uncommon to drop your phone in the toilet, the toilet or something wet. Rather than using a dryer, softly wipe the phone and submerge it in a plastic ziptop bag with plenty of rice.
You don’t need to type in the “.com” to web on your iPhone.
Save your valuable battery by reducing the brightness of your iPhone. Go to the settings portion of your phone and reduce the illumination level.
A protective screen protector is a useful investment for your iPhone. Without one, the phone is sure to get scratched and dinged. Even tiny bit of dirt on your finger may scratch the screen.
You can message much faster using this tip. You can dismiss dictionary word suggestions by tapping elsewhere on your screen. You do not even have to tap the small “x” that follows the word.
Have you ever missed out on a photo opportunity because your couldn’t access your iPhone’s camera quickly?
Try this easy shortcut. Tap twice on the Home icon two times when your screen is locked. A little picture of a camera will pop up at the bottom. Tapping this icon will automatically load your camera.
Always remember to update your OS anytime a new version possible. Apple iPhones are almost as complex as computers now, so there exists sporadic patches to repair functionality issues, security holes and functionality issues. This updating is critical if personal information is own or accessed online using your phone.
You can get screenshots of websites and other screens with your phone. Simply hold the “sleep” button while holding in the “home” button. Your screenshot is captured when the screen is white.
iPhones are more expensive than other phones, but they can do just as much as your computer can. You should be aware of how great an iPhone is if you own one. Utilising the tips that have been provided to you here will ensure that your iPhone is used to its best potential.
By Michael A.
Christ & Co.