If you have an iPhone, then you know how much of a powerhouse it can be. The iPhone is one of the best smartphones available and comes packed with a lot of features. You need a wealth of knowledge to use all of the features available, and you can find out more about these features in this article.
Is your iPhone frozen? Hold down the Home button and the Sleep/Wake button at the same time. Wait until it gives you the option to shut it down. Swipe the screen to shut your phone down. Once it powers down, turn it back on. This will reset the phone and generally fixes any problem you may have with your freezing.
Don’t panic if your phone gets wet. Phones sometimes slip out of pockets and into puddles or sinks. If this happens to you, don’t use a blow dryer to try to dry your phone off as quickly as possible. This could force moisture deeper into the phone. Instead, try leaving your phone in a bag of uncooked rice overnight.
If your phone has frozen and the Sleep/Wake button isn’t working for you, don’t panic! Instead, hold down your phone’s Home button as well as its Sleep/Wake button at the same time. This will allow you to perform a hard reboot of the phone. Most of the time this will be enough to unfreeze your phone.
iPhone Drive App
You can use your phone to store all sorts of files. The only way to do this, however, is to purchase the iPhone drive app, but once you do you can store almost anything on your phone. This enables your phone to function almost completely as a mini portable computer.
When in your iPhone Mail, it is simple to save a copy of a picture that you might want to view later. Just touch the image for a few seconds and it will be saved to your stored pictures. You can then access it at any time if you want to view it again, post it on the web or forward it to a friend.
There is a real nifty trick for using your iPhone headphone to handle your calls easily. The mouthpiece actually doubles as another button. If you are using your headphones and receive a call, just pinch the button. This lets you answer the call. If you click the button, you can send the caller to your voice mail.
Is iPhone screen flipping driving you nuts? Stop the screen from moving by locking the orientation of the screen. You can do this by sliding the iPhone app bar once to the right. There on the left-hand side is a lock button for your screen orientation. One click of that button and your screen will lock in whatever format it is currently in.
Tired of your screen switching from landscape to portrait orientation at the slightest movement? Start by double-tapping the Home button to bring up a selection of recently used apps. Press the far-left button, which is a gray icon with an arrow. You will then receive a message confirming that the phone is locked in portrait orientation.
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.
You can check where links will take you to by slightly pressing on them instead of tapping. This is the equivalent of hovering your mouse over an element displayed by your computer; you will see more information about the links you touched. Always check links you receive in your emails, especially if you do not know the sender.
If you drop your iPhone into something wet, don’t panic. Leave it off and simply dry it gently with a towel. Then grab a zipper storage bag or bowl and submerge the phone in some uncooked white rice. The rice will help draw out the moisture that is trapped inside the phone.
A great way to save a lot of time when playing with your iPhone is to set custom shortcuts for AutoText. This feature can handle cumbersome email address, along with common phrases like “Where are you?” or “On my way.” This feature can be accessed under the keyboard settings of your iPhone.
There is a quick way to take a picture with your iPhone even if the screen is locked. Tap the home button twice, and a camera icon appears beside the unlock bar. Tap the camera, and you can take a picture immediately without the need to take the time to unlock the screen first.
If you are using multiple email addresses through your phone be sure that you give them very different names. It has been found that the phone can glitch and apply the same settings to both accounts, even if you want them to be different. Just be sure they are distinct to avoid this problem.
Set your iPhone to retrieve emails and other data less frequently. Some individuals have their phones set to retrieve these things every minute, and this drains battery life faster than almost anything else. If you instead set your phone to retrieve data every five or ten minutes, you will conserve your battery and therefore, make your phone more useful.
If you wish to designate an email as “unread” on your iPhone, you will need to locate the command, which is generally not visible. Open ‘Details’ and click on ‘unread’. This will mark the message as unread the next time you open your Mail app.
As stated before in the introduction, the iPhone is one of the most power-packed phones available for purchase. The phone has so much potential thanks to everything that was programmed and built into it, but you have to use all of this abilities to get the most out of it.