Does The IPhone Really Live Up To The Hype?

There are an infinite amount of apps accessible for an iPhone, with more on the way; not mentioning the hundreds of ways it can make your everyday life easier. To learn how to get the most out of your iPhone and its apps and features, keep reading.

iphone In order to save your iPhone's battery, decrease its brightness. You can change the brightness by going to the settings portion of your iPhone. This will lengthen the time that the battery is powered between charges.

You don't have to append ".com" to web addresses while you are browsing. Just type in the main portion of the site's name and the browser can do the rest. This may not sound like very much, but you'll soon find that this can save you a great deal of time.

You can use your headphone cord to take a photo. Begin by bringing the subject to be filmed into view. Once you're ready to take the picture, press the button that's on the cord. The picture will be taken. Follow the same steps as usual to save or alter the photo.

An iPhone's notification feature can become annoying. You'll find it easy to disable them. First, go to settings, and then go to notifications. Remove any apps that are located in the :In Notification Center" that aren't useful to you. This will also help your battery last longer.

Are you questioning the last text you sent out? Auto Correct sometimes corrects words you do not wish to be corrected. The easiest way to undo this is to just give a quick shake to your iPhone. Giving your device a quick shake can help you start fresh with your message. This feature is optional, so look at your Settings in order to see if it is enabled.

If you need a good calculator, try using the calculator in the utility area of the iPhone. This is a standard calculator when the phone is held vertically, but becomes a scientific calculator if the phone is moved horizontally.

The Safari browser on the iPhone is almost as versatile as your computer at home. You can even save online images if you want. All you need to do is tap and hold a picture you'd like to preserve when you come across it online. 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!

Do you know how to snap a screenshot of your iPhone? When you're on the screen you want to save, hold down the home button and then tap on the sleep button. Your screen will blink white letting you know the screen shot has been taken and stored in your camera roll.

If your iPhone ever freezes, and the Sleep/Wake function does not work, try doing a manual reset to see if it helps. Press on the sleep button and the home button at the same time. The phone should shutdown and reboot signaling that everything is working fine once again.

If you have friends or family who own an iPhone, you might have seen how amazing this device is. Using the suggestions you have just read, you can begin to get the most out of your iPhone.