You may not know which smartphone is the best. One phone reigns supreme over all others, and that is the iPhone. The following article will help you understand why the iPhone is considered the best and how to use its features. Did you just drop your brand-new iPhone in the sink or a pond? Don’t worry! Make sure you don’t turn the phone on. Instead, lightly towel dry it as much as you can. Don’t use a blow dryer. Then, put the phone in a small bag filled with white rice and leave it sit overnight. The rice will absorb any water left in it.
Tips to consider:
- While in the Safari browser, you can simply make a phone call with one tap. Say that you are searching the web for local dry cleaners. Once you locate a telephone number for it, you do not need to return to the phone feature to call it. Instead, tap on the phone number, and the call will immediately connect.
- The iPhone battery runs down quickly. Particularly, if you use your phone a lot, you may find yourself feeling helpless if the device dies right when you need it. Get in the habit of keeping it plugged into an electrical outlet whenever you can; this will help make sure the battery is charged up during the day.
- If you need to write an email or document in all caps on the iPhone, simply tap the shift key twice to lock it. This is similar to how you would set the caps lock on any standard keyboard. You can then write your document in all caps easily without having to continuously tap the shift key over and over again.
- Make sure that you update your iPhone whenever this becomes available, as this can give you the ability to gain new functions that are created by Apple. Typically, you will find a notification under the settings tab, which will prompt you to update your entire phone to get these different abilities.
- If your iPhone has frozen and pushing down on the Sleep/Wake button is not working, there is another option. Just press and hold down both the Home button and Sleep/Wake button at once. Then, you will see a message telling you to “Slide to power off”. Go ahead and do just that. When you restart the phone, it should work just fine!
- When you are looking at information from a webpage using your iPhone, practice scrolling using one or more fingers. If the page is separated into boxes, one finger scrolling allows you to go through each box. If you use two fingers, this allows you to navigate the full page.
- If you have your iPhone in hand and happen upon that once in a lifetime pictures, you can take it without unlocking your phone. Simply tap the home button twice while your phone is still locked. You will see a few icons, and one of them will be your camera icon. Take your picture and it will instantly be saved to your phone.
- Lock your screen, if you need to. If your iphone seems to have trouble determining whether it’s up or down, try locking your screen. The constant shift between portrait and landscape can get rather frustrating. By going into your settings or, sometimes, by just checking the bottom of your screen, you can lock your phone’s screen to one or the other.
- The ability to buy Kindle books right from your iPhone’s Kindle app was a casualty in a recent Apple-Amazon battle. Don’t worry, you can still use your iPhone to purchase books without resorting to a computer. Just use Safari to navigate to Amazon and purchase your next read the same way you would on your home computer. Remember to select your iPhone in the “send to” menu!
If you’re sending messages to friends who don’t use iPhones themselves, remember that longer messages will get broken into 160-character texts. You can keep an eye on your messages’ length by adding a character counter to Message. Just open the Settings menu and go to “character count” under “messages.” With the counter enabled, you’ll never have to worry about a message getting broken at an unfortunate point again! As this article has shown, the iPhone can perform many actions. The iPhone offers functionality unprecedented. With so many advantages to be enjoyed, there is no reason not to own an iPhone.