Take A Look At These Handy Iphone Tips! They’re Scary Good!

The iPhone is one of the most innovative and useful improvements to the cell phone and the world of technology to ever happen. Each new iPhone version is highly anticipated. So learning to make the most of this incredible invention is definitely in your best interest. This article contains many ways for you to use your iPhone and get the most from it.

If it is crucial that you receive notifications on your iPhone, you can use LED flash. To use this feature, all you need to do is go to “settings”, then tap on “general” and finally “accessibility”. Just turn the slider on for “LED Alerts for Notifications”. You will see the LED light go on the next time you receive a notification.

There are many myths about how you are supposed to handle an iPhone falling into water. The largest one is using a hairdryer to dry the phone. Instead of drying out all the water that has gotten on the phone, doing this will only serve to push water further into the phone.

No doubt you enjoy listening to music on your iPhones using your ear buds. You probably already know that a single tap on the middle of the controller starts and stops the play. However, a double tap will skip to the next song, and a triple tap will repeat the previous song.

To disable your edge connection or 3G GRPS connection, press the setting button. Then tap general, network, and cellular data network. When you get to the field that asks for your APN username and password, put in a few words that will prevent your iPhone from giving providers the right values. Then restart your phone.

You probably already know you can set audio alerts on your iPhone. Did you realize you could have a visual alert, too? Go to Accessibility in the General section of Settings. You will see “LED Flash for Alerts.”� Switch that to on, and your LED light will flash when you have an alert.

Take full advantage of the video function in the camera section of the iPhone. This allows you to take high-quality videos of up to a minute long into your phone. When you are completed with your video, you can go to the photographs section and replay or send the video to a friend.

Among its many terrific uses the iPhone’s tremendous ability to help you learn foreign languages. By downloading applications that offer vocabulary instruction as well as translation assistance in a large number of tongues, you can set yourself on the path to becoming a true citizen of the world.

Save the battery life on your Iphone by turning off Notifications and Location Services until you need to use them. Your Iphone will automatically reach out and update these functions regularly and use battery power in the process. Be aware of the power your Iphone is using, and you will have it when you need it.

If you use your iPhone for a limited number of your favorite apps, consider rearranging your icons to make accessing them much quicker. By moving your most-used apps to the first home screen, you will save a lot of time. This ensures that you can quickly and easily find the information that you need.

As you already know, the iPhone is truly an innovative and incredible devices to come along in a long time. Most users of the iPhone love it and wonder how they ever accomplished things without it. Keep this article and the tips it contains to help you get the most of this incredible device.

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LG Optimus G officially launched: 1.5GHz Quad-core, 13MP, LTE, runs Android ICS

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LG has officially launched the Optimus G – a 1.5GHz quad-core Android that’s running Ice Cream Sandwich. The Optimus G, according to the pres release, is a “new premium flagship device” that gives users the ability to “live without boundaries.” Korea will be the first to launch this next week, then they’ll be rolling it out to “key global markets in October.” Canada will most likely release this device then as it’s LTE enabled – plus we’re attending a media event on Wednesday.

The Optimus G has several unique “User Experience (UX)” features, one of them being “cross-tasking.” LG says that multi-tasking only gives the user the ability to run various apps at the same time, while “cross-tasking applies to complex tasks that can be completed simultaneously without having to compromise other tasks.” The list of UX features include: Slide Function, Live Zooming, Dual Screen Dual Play, QuickMemo, Screen Zooming, Application Link and Icon Personalizer.

Other notable specs have the G coming with a 4.7-inch WXGA True HD IPSPLUS (1280 x 768), 2GB RAM, 13MP camera, 1.3MP front-facing camera, 2,100mAh battery, 8.45mm thin, 145 grams, Wi-Fi, DLNA, and NFC.

We’ll bring you more details on the Canadian availability shortly.

Source: Engadget

Looks like Samsung Galaxy S III Has the Wow Factor!

At the Annual CTIA in New Orleans Samsung’s Galaxy S III has heads turning. Jessica Dolcourt reports from New Orleans”

Samsung Galaxy S III hands-on: Oh yes, it has wow factor

The Samsung Galaxy S III has come to America! At least for a quick visit to CTIA. Here we get our first look of Samsung’s flagship phone.

NEW ORLEANS–Samsung’s newest flagship smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S III, crossed the pond and landed in my hands at CTIA 2012.

Quite a few commenters on CNET’s live blog expressed their disappointment, saying that the Galaxy S III is an evolution, not a revolution, that they wish it had a better camera, that it came in ceramic material, and that the design wasn’t that compelling. I must respectfully disagree on all three counts, and here’s why.

NEW ORLEANS–Samsung’s newest flagship smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S III, has crossed the pond and landed in my hands at CTIA 2012.

Quite a few commenters on CNET’s live blog expressed their disappointment, saying that the Galaxy S III is an evolution, not a revolution, that they wish it had a better camera, that it came in ceramic material, and that the design wasn’t that compelling. I must respectfully disagree on all three counts, and here’s why.

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I found the phone’s design and two colors — marble white and pebble blue — immediately compelling. The handset’s plastic looked far more premium than other devices. Yes, the white version is shiny plastic, but the silver accents give it a more premium look and feel. The “pebble blue” color (which to my eyes is more like a slate gray with bluer overtones) looks like it has a brushed finish.”

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Can’t wait to see it!