iPhone How-To | iPhone Tips
I was sent a question by a student in Canada named Judy who already had an iPad but just got an iPhone as well. She wrote:
“I lost the face time icon. I went to settings and it says I have it, but it’s not on my screen. I hope you know the answer to this.
I received a question from a student named Jerry who wrote:
“How do I access my scientific calculator as part of the regular calculator?”
It’s very easy — just turn the iPhone on its side. The phone should detect you’ve rotated it and will give you the portrait view.
I got a question from a student named Barry who wanted to know how to upload photos to the photo service Shutterfly.
He didn’t say in his email, but he may have tried to go to the company’s website to upload the photos and found he couldn’t do so from the phone the way he could from a computer.
I was sent a question from a student named Virginia who wanted to know if she could use iCloud on her computer, even though it wasn’t made by Apple.
Is it possible? Yes, it is, but you need special software which you can download for free.
How to download Basic Tips for iPhone, my app that teaches you how to use the iPhone in quick & easy video lessons. Many people don’t know how to install apps or use the App Store. Watch the video below to see step-by-step how to use the store to get this iPhone training app today:
Basic Tips for iPhone, my app that teaches you how to use the iPhone in quick & easy video lessons is now available in the App Store. Watch the video below to see a tour of what you get in the app and how it works:
In this lesson, a preview of my new app which teaches you how to use the iPhone with easy video lessons, we take a look at how to print from the iPhone
In this lesson, a preview of my new app which teaches you how to use the iPhone with easy video lessons, we take a look at how to do the following in the iPhone Mail app: mark a message as read, mark a message as unread, flagging a message, and how to do all of the above with multiple emails at once.
In this video lesson we take a look at how the autocorrect feature works on iPhone as well as a look at the related spell check feature.
In this audio lesson I’ll be answering a question from someone who has an iPhone and is annoyed by the fact that their phone downloads emails they’ve already read on their computer.
“Currently it downloads the last 50 emails, whether I’ve already read them or not. I only want to see new ones on the iPhone. How can I configure this?”