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Using Your Iphone To Its Full Extent

Owning an iPhone is both the best and worst in life. There is so much an iPhone can do. There are so many features built in and you can get even more from apps. Keep reading to find out how to more efficiently use the amazing iPhone functions and options available to you.

Has your iPhone frozen while you're trying to do something? If the Sleep or Home buttons do not work for you, hold down the Home button. Keep it held down for about six seconds. This will automatically close any locked apps. If that did not fix the problem, hold the Sleep and Home buttons simultaneously for about ten seconds. The Apple logo should appear and the device will reset.

The iPhone's versatility makes it great. The phone can act as a universal remote with an app from BlinqTV. You can then use the iPhone to control certain TVs, receivers, amplifiers and even DVD players. Plus, reminders wireless charger for iphone favorite shows or programs can be set on your iPhone!

There is a reset that you can do on your device if it freezes. Hold the Sleep/Wake key while pressing on the Home key at the same time. The phone will then shut down and restart as a signal that everything went well.

You can take photos using your iPhone without having to keep your phone steady. Do this by using your headphones' volume controls. Begin by keeping your hand steady on the subject you're capturing. When you are ready to snap the photo, you can take it by simply pressing the button on the cord.

Using your iPhone to its fullest means mastering all of its quirks and tricks; one of the best is removing unwanted email by simply swiping your finger. Open your inbox, and pull your finger across the message you do not want (as if you were crossing something off of a list). This will make the delete button appear, and you can get rid of the message without having to open it.

Whenever you are not using your iPhone, you should maintain a dark screen. The brightness of your screen is very significant when it comes to your battery consumption. When you keep the screen darker, your battery life will be longer, and you can go longer between chargers.

Your iPhone's Safari mobile browser will allow you to do just about everything that you would be able to do on a regular Internet browser. Want to save a picture on the Internet? No problem - just tap on the picture and hold your finger down. You can save pictures to your iPhone's Camera Roll by using the helpful context menu that appears. From this menu, you can also send the picture in a text or iMessage!

Apple offers many iPhone tutorials. The tutorials will help you so you know what you can do with your new phone. Take advantage of tutorials whenever you need them, and you will soon be an iPhone wizard.

Link your personal and business email accounts to the phone in order to maintain consistent access. This can be very useful in that it permits you to receive notifications with every incoming message, allowing you to read them instantly. You may choose to sync just one account or several different email accounts to your iPhone.

In your iPhone's music app, you can adjust which icons appear on your screen. Simple tap on the settings option and pick "add more icons". This allows you to expand your list of icons so that you can become more functional when using your iPhone.

With these iPhone tips, you are now ready to use your iPhone like a pro. You need to buy your first iPhone. Utilize the information learned and you will have it mastered in no time.