Do you have an iPhone? Earlier today I was reading a blog post about tips and tricks for the iPhone. It included 25 tips and tricks, some I had no idea you could do. For example turning iBooks into audio books or sending multiple photos at the same time.
Some of the tips I knew how to do, like locking the orientation of the screen. My favorite one was:
I use the camera all of the time, and tapping the camera really does make a difference. I am still using the iPhone 4 waiting for the 5. The updates with the iPhone 4S (past the resolution and Siri) wasn’t enough for me to upgrade. Some of these tips and tricks are specifically for the 4S. For example, they talk about using Siri to operate Twitter and Facebook.
The battery on the iPhone, all versions that I have used, is horrible. They are getting better, but I can unplug my iPhone 4 in the morning and it be dead before the end of the day. One thing that drains the battery are the apps. Did you know you can close apps that you are not using? If you open mail, then check Twitter, add an event to your calendar, check the weather, and browse using Safari all of those apps are running in the background until you manually close them. Closing them is simple. Just double tap the home button and the open apps will appear at the bottom. Just hold down and close each app one at a time. Before long you will be closing them with ease, but just make sure to do this every day or two for optimum battery use.
Other tips included:
Like I said, I knew most of these, but if you are new to the iPhone, as our very own Eric Roesch is, you might find these tips and tricks useful. Click the source link below to learn more.