How You Can Use An IPhone To Your Benefit

So you’ve gotten a new iPhone. You may not think you want to know everything the phone does, but once you find out some of the great things that this phone can do, you will not know how you got along without it! Keep reading for some wonderful tricks for the iPhone.

Find your phone fast with the brand new, free app called Find My iPhone. It lets you remotely access your phone to provide you with coordinates on a map, turn the volume up so the phone can be heard from under thick cushions, or lock the phone and wipe all data in case of theft.

Use the headphone cord to help you take pictures. It can be difficult to take a picture that is in focus if you are pushing a button that is on the actual phone. Instead, push the cord’s button; the slight movement will not affect your iPhone at all, allowing you to take a crisp, clear photograph.

The iPhone uses diction. This helps because you don’t have to type. You can enable this by tapping the microphone button on your phone and talking into it. When you are done, hit the stop button and it automatically types what you say. You can also use this feature to update your status on social-networking sites.

Use your music section of your iPhone to create a full fledged music library for work or school. This can link directly to the iTunes on your computer, where you can download your favorite music onto your phone. Additionally, you can shuffle or repeat some of the songs that you enjoy the most on your iPhone.

Increasing the speed of your messaging is another trick to the iPhone. If you don’t like the dictionary’s suggestion for a word replacement, just tap the screen anyplace to get rid of it. You don’t have to tap the “x” that shows up after words.

Control your iPhone music without going to your music app by simply sliding your app bar once to the right. There you’ll be treated to a mini music control system that includes play and pause, next and previous buttons. You can even get quick access to whatever app is currently playing music in the same area.

While the iPhone recognizes an amazing variety of fingertip gestures, you may not always be in a position to perform the more complicated maneuvers like pinching and swiping. You can turn on the Assistive Touch option to make your iPhone into a single-finger machine. This will add an interface icon to the bottom corner of your screen. Tapping it will bring up a menu that will allow you to use complex gestures with one finger.

Now that you know some neat tips for your new iPhone, you can use them to make your life easier. Then, you can explore your phone even more in order to find out how it can truly make your life more fun and help your life more efficiently. The only thing you have to worry about now is making sure you remember life off of the phone!

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