Iphone 3GS basic oporations quick start

Iphone 3GS basic oporations quick start

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Button Basics

To turn iPhone on, firmly press the On/Off button. To turn off or restart iPhone, hold down the On/Off button, then slide to confirm. To put iPhone in sleep mode, press the On/Off button once. This turns off the screen but still allows iPhone to receive calls. To silence an incoming call, press once. To send a call directly to voicemail, press twice.

iPhone button basics
iPhone button basics

Voice Control

To activate Voice Control, hold down the Home button until the Voice Control screen appears. After the tone, speak a command such as “Call Alex” or “Dial 333-1212.” You can also ask iPhone to play a specific album, artist, or playlist or to “Play more songs like this.” You can even ask iPhone “What’s playing?”

iphone voice control
Voice Control

Intelligent keyboard

iPhone automatically corrects and suggests words as you type. 50 if you tap a wrong letter, just keep typing. To accept the suggested word, tap the space bar. Tap the “x” to dismiss the suggested word. The keyboard learns the words you type. It also inserts apostrophes into contractions for you. To switch to the number and symbol keyboard, tap the “.?123” key. Tap the space bar twice to add a period.

iphone intelligent keyboard
Iphone intelligent keyboard

Tap the text you want to edit. To reposition the insertion point, touch and hold to bring up the magnifying glass. Slide your finger to move the insertion point, then edit using the keyboard.

Magnify to edit text
Magnify to edit text

Cut, copy, and paste

When typing, double-tap a word to select it. Drag the grab points to select more or less text, then tap to cut, copy, or paste. To copy text from web pages, email, or text messages, touch and hold to select the text. To undo an edit, shake iPhone, then tap the Undo button.

Copy and paste
Copy and paste
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Ashkan bought his first iPhone in Jan 2010 and was frustrated he couldn’t find easy to use and trusted websites with good app recommendations, so he decided to launch iPhoneAppCafe! In his limited free time Ashkan enjoys playing badminton and Football (soccer).

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