You don’t have to own an iPhone to know how much they can do. Whether you own an iPhone, are buying one or just thinking about it, this article provides information about the capabilities of an iPhone to help with your decision, or get the best use out of the one you have.
Siri allows you to set reminders based on your location. It is no longer necessary to ask Siri to remind you to call the office at a specified hour. You can tell Siri to remind you to give work a call when you get home. This adds another layer of customization to your iPhone. Now the phone will be able to detect when you’re at home instead of relying on the time. You can remind yourself even if you are unsure of the time you will get home.
Taking pictures from the headphone cord on the iPhone can save a lot of time and effort. To start, frame the picture you wish to take. When you have that set up, and are ready to shoot the picture, push the button down on the cord. This will take the picture. Follow the same steps as usual to save or alter the photo.
Here is a simple tip for faster messaging on your iPhone. Should the suggested dictionary word not be desirable when texting, just tap on the screen and clear it. There is no need to tap the little “x” that appears at the end of the word.
To quickly browse a website, you can alternate between scrolling with one and two fingers. Use one finger to scroll through webpages that are formatted with boxes. Using two fingers allows you to scroll through the entire page.
When you are trying to send an email or write a note and you have no interest in using words that are suggested by the iPhone, you do not need to hit the “X” to dismiss the suggestion box. Simply press the screen anywhere and the box goes away.
You can take a screenshot using your iPhone. From the targeted screen, simply depress the Home and Sleep buttons simultaneously. The screen will turn a white color when your screenshot has been taken and saved. It’s that simple!
If your iPhone ever freezes, and the Sleep/Wake function does not work, try doing a manual reset to see if it helps. By simultaneously holding down the sleep/wake button and the home key, it should get your phone working properly again. This will restart your phone, which will bring up the Apple logo in white.
Always make sure your OS is upgraded to the most recent version. Each update provide the iPhone technology with necessary patches to make sure that it runs with minimal problems. Keeping your operating system updated is especially important if you access or store sensitive information on your phone.
There is almost surely something new that you learned about your phone now that you have read this article. All that remains is to use this information and get the iPhone that works for you.