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.
Don’t panic if your iphone 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.
With the iPhone you can quickly take pictures on your phone. Once you slide to unlock the phone, hit the camera app on the lock screen and open it up to use the camera. This feature makes it easy to quickly take pictures and never miss out on a memory.
Save a wet iPhone with white rice! If you are unfortunate enough to drop your beloved iPhone in the toilet or a puddle, all is not lost. Do not turn the phone on. Dry it with a towel. Then, place the phone inside a zippered freezer bag filled with uncooked white rice. The next morning, there is a good chance your previously wet iPhone will work again.
On your iPhone, it is possible to look at PDF files in your iBooks. When you are on a website with a PDF, you want to view or a mail message, all you need to do is tap and then hold either the PDF link or icon. Then, simply select “open in iBooks”.
Do you often wonder where that plane is going that is flying above you? Ask Siri. If you have an iPhone 4S, you can ask Siri what flights are overhead at any given moment. This is because of Siri’s relationship with the search engine Wolfram Alpha which keeps track of the data.
When checking out a webpage, scroll using one and two fingers. If the site you’re visiting in split up into boxes, using just one finger will let you scroll through a single box at a given time. To scroll down the whole page, use two fingers.
If you need to do some quick math, but not in your head, make use of the calculator in your iPhone. When you hold your calculator vertical it is standard, but when horizontal it shifts into a scientific calculator.
At least once a month, charge your iPhone battery to 100% capacity and drain it fully. This is how you calibrate the battery, and doing it regularly will help to prolong your battery life. This tip is one of the primary pieces of advice offered at the Apple website for keeping your battery life healthy.
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!