All phones have their pros and cons, but when you get a look at the Apple iPhone, you know that you have found something special. And when you start using the iPhone, you won’t want to use anything else. But there is so much you can do with it–where do you start? Keep reading for some tips.
Do you have a message that you want to shout out to someone? Here’s how you can turn on Caps Lock on your iPhone. All you have to do is tap the shift key twice. When you’re ready to go back to lowercase letters, double tap the shift key again, and everything will return to normal.
Are you sick of the annoying “suggest words” when trying to type a text or email on your iPhone? This problem can be easily taken care of. If there is a suggest words that you do not want to accept, just tap the small “X” found at the end of the word.
Do you need to send a link to a webpage or a picture to a friend? Open the page, touch the address bar, and you should be able to send this link as an email. Send emails to yourself if you want to access a specific link on another device.
Are you doubting the wisdom of what you just typed into iMessage? Did Auto Correct screw up your meaning again? Giving your iPhone a swift rattle is a really simple way to fix this. That undoes any recent typing. Be advised that this feature is optional, so if you want it, you need to enable it in your Settings.
Are you experiencing audio problems with your iPhone? When this happens, most individuals fear that the problem is occurring because of internal damage to their device’s sound system. However, most of the time this is not the case and there is an easy remedy to fixing this problem. Located on the bottom left of the iPhone is the speaker, and the mic is located on the bottom right. When these holes get clogged with debris, it causes sound degradation. By using a can of compressed air, you can usually clean the debris from these holes and eliminate the audio problems your are experiencing with your phone.
The iPhone will show you a preview of any incoming messages right on the main lock screen. You may like this feature, or you may think it’s annoying. If you do not like this feature, you can simply turn it off. Go into the Settings area, and then choose the Notifications section, followed by the Messages area. You’ll want to disable the Show Preview function.
The calculator utility is a standard feature on the iPhone that provides you with a quick way to perform common math calculations. When holding the phone upright it is a regular calculator, but by tilting it sideways you will get a scientific calculator.
If your iPhone should have to freeze and does not power on after pressing the sleep/wake feature, there is a function called the hard reset that will get it working again. By simultaneously holding down the sleep/wake button and the home key, it should get your phone working properly again. The iPhone will initiate a shutdown and restart, solving the problem.
Now that you have some tricks to try on your new iPhone, try them out. You are going to find that the iPhone does more than you thought it could. If you take the time to really learn how to use this phone, you are going to be very, very pleased.