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Getting You Started With Your New Iphone

If you are one of the millions of people who have recently purchased an iPhone, you may have found yourself puzzled by its many features. Do not allow yourself to be intimated by this new device. Rather, take a look at the piece that follows in order to maximize your experience with the device.

When you are on your iPhone device, you will sometimes get reminders that you do not want. You will likely want to finish your task before addressing the notice. All you have to do is remove the notification from your screen. To do this, swipe the notification away with your finger when it appears on your screen.

Extracting the most value from an iPhone requires familiarity with a number of skills, one of which involves deleting emails with just a single finger. Making a fingertip motion like you're crossing off an item on a checklist (a simple horizontal swipe) will give you instant access to a delete button.

You can manipulate text to increase efficiency. Almost everyone knows that you just double tap a word and it will be selected, but there is more. You can also do this with an entire paragraph. Simply tap the screen four times to select a paragraph.

You don't have to put up with Siri's mechanized voice, there are other options. The first step is to find Siri in the "general settings" area. You can choose your language of choice. Also, you will be able to alter the accent to British or Australian. The British Siri happens to be a male!

Siri helps you with reminders that are location based. You can ask Siri to remind you to call your work at 5pm. Now, you can simply say "when I arrive home" instead of specifying a time. Then the phone will tell you to call up your work when it detects that you are home. You can remind yourself even if you are unsure of the time you will get home.

Hitting the "X" button when the AutoCorrect suggestion box comes up is not necessary. You can simply tap the screen anywhere. The box will instantly close.

If your iPhone gets wet when you drop it, don't panic--this happens to a lot of people. However, it's important not to turn it back on right away. Take the time to dry the wireless charger phone holder off as much as you possibly can, even leaving it overnight to dry. When you attempt to turn an iPhone back on immediately after it gets wet, it can potentially cause permanent damage to the phone.

It's easy to place a call while using Safari to browse the Internet. Suppose you are searching for a dry cleaner that is close by. Once you have located the phone number, it is possible to place a call without closing the Safari browser. Instead, all you have to do is tap the number.

Do you get too many notifications on your iPhone? This is a simple way to turn them off. Go to settings, then select notifications. Remove any apps that are located in the :In Notification Center" that aren't useful to you. Doing this will keep the life of your battery long.

There is a way to cut down your typing time with the iPhone. Use the settings section to add your own personal shortcuts. You can set a short code for longer, often-used phrases. Then, going forward, you would not need type out all of the characters.

To use all of the features of your iPhone, you will have to learn some tricks to make things easier. One trick that will help you is to learn how to deleted emails with a simple swipe. While in your inbox, swiping a finger across a particular message (as though you are crossing something off a list) causes a delete button to pop up, allowing you to dispose of the message instantly.

If you give these tips a try, you'll be well on your way to becoming an expert at customizing your iPhone and getting the most out of it. Now you can use the information you just read and take full advantage of your iPhone.