Have you installed iOS4 on your iPhone 3G or GS? Or, migrated to the new iPhone 4? Did
You may have noticed right off with your iPhone that you can not pull the battery out and put in another fully charged one. Apple chose to seal the battery inside like they have done on all of the iPod line.
There are a few fine tuning tips you can do to get more hours of usage between charges. Which ones you use will depend on how you uses your iPhone; Internet usage via Cell connection, lower quality cell signal areas, bluetooth headset, WiFi networks, music listening, brightly lit areas, and email checking. All of the tips on setting changes are easy to flip back and forth so you can tune as you needs change day to day.
Starting off with the adjustment tips, from the ‘Settings’ icon;
You can change the icons around to your desire whenever you like. You can change the order, move icons from one screen to another, and change which and how many icons are in the lower section (not more than four).
You may have noticed that you have more than one screen for icons. You can move from one to another by pressing your finger to the screen and swiping across to the left or right to spin through the screens. There are small white dots along the bottom that shows you which screen of icons your on. The lower row stays the same as you move from screen to screen.
The iPhone is much more than a ‘phone’, or even a ‘smartphone’. As with several other phones on
Your telling your friend about how you have your apps arranged on the screen, or you want to explain a screen in an application your in, or maybe there is a Web site you want to share a image of.
When the occasion arrises that you need a screenshot;
Hold down the main front button (called the ‘Home’ button)
Then press and release the button on the top of the iPhone
The screenshot is saved without changing anything your doing so you can continue on. Just go to your Photos area to view the screenshot. From there you can email it or retrieve from iPhoto the next time you sync to your desktop.