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Iphone: It Is Not As Complicated As It Looks


If you own an iPhone, you understand why it is the most popular phone out there. That's probably why you bought one in the first place. Are you already aware of the vast twists, secrets, and easter-eggs in the iPhone community? These tips will help you enjoy your iPhone. cbb mobil

Did you know that you can save images easily when online searching on the iPhone? When you see a picture you want to save to your phone, just tap and hold on the image. A box pops up after this period of time prompting you to save any image on your iPhone.

Do you get annoyed by receiving so many notifications on your iPhone? If so, you have the option to disable these notifications. The first step is selecting the settings button, next select the notifications bar. Check "In Notification Center" to identify apps that are not currently of use. Doing so will also extend the life of your battery.

Has your iPhone frozen? Is it not responding? If the Sleep or Home buttons do not work for you, hold down the Home button. Keep it held down for about six seconds. Doing this should automatically close any locked apps. If this still doesn't work, then for ten seconds press on the Sleep and Home buttons. The Apple logo will pop up and the phone will reset itself.

Remember that your iPhone is far from a one-trick pony. It is one of the most versatile pieces of equipment on the market today. As an example, your can transform your iPhone to function as a convenient universal remote with the BlinqTV app. The iPhone is now set for controlling things like the television, stereo system and even your DVD player. You can also program your device to remind you that a certain show is about to come on.

When you experience a freezing of the screen on your iPhone, hold down the Home button for about 5 seconds. Your iPhone should reboot. If not, press the home button and the power button simultaneously for about 12 seconds. Only use the second method if the first doesn't work.

When you have mastered taking pictures by using your volume buttons, give it a try with your headphone cord. Whenever you are taking it, your hand should be kept as steady as possible. Whenever you're ready, hit the button located on the cord. Using this method prevents you from shaking your iPhone and ending up with a blurry photo.

End your iPhone sentences with a double space tap. This double-tap automatically inserts a period, along with a space. This will prevent you from changing to the "123" key menu and save you some time.

You probably already know it is possible to set reminders that are time-based on your phone. However, are you aware that you can also set location-based reminders as well? To utilize a location-based reminder, simply speak into your phone. There are many reminders available with the iPhone.

The iPhone's calendar can be a great way to organize your life. You can make it more efficient by directly adding your events rather than using the + button. While you are viewing your calendar via the day, tap any hour and hold down. This will create a new entry on the time you chose. By creating a schedule more quickly, your time will be freer.

Be very careful with the iPhone connector cord because these have been known to get damaged quite easily. Be gentle as you connect and disconnect the cord. If you take care of it, it should last over a year.

You should now have a better idea of how to use some of the cool features on your new iPhone. Use what you've just learned, and your quality of life with improve. Stick with the information laid out here, and you are soon going to be showing friends the tricks you learned.

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