In this final look, the tips you can use today for your iPhone, we focus on email features and some web browsing. There are some things you can do to make better use of it and take advantage of your email application. Ready? Let's be him.
first Making a call from Safari
If you're in Safari and are looking for a number when you find it, you do not have to close Safari and have to make a call to make a call. All you have to do is tap the number and the iPhone will dial for you. It also has phone numbers and URLs that can be embedded in emails and text messages. Tap the phone number or URL where iPhone initiates the call or opens the web page.
2nd Avoid Stamina Stamina
Let's face it with the problem of creating e-mail confusion. If you enter more than one email account, your phone will be disturbed and the settings will be copied from one account. You can not fix this situation by renaming a single account. You must delete one account and re-create it. If your email settings are large and you do not remember or are not sure whether you've created your account, instead of just re-creating it, you might want to look a few seconds.
3rd Reading previously read messages as unread
If you are first seen as a serious e-mail user, you can not read the messages here. There is no such tab for the unread setting. But he is there. While viewing a message, tap Details, which tap Mark As Unread, and tap Unread as the next message you are viewing.
4th Lost & # 39; lost & # 39; e-mails
What happens if you try to send an email that the iPhone can not access the Internet? did you just lose this message? Your message may have disappeared completely, but do not worry, it's still your phone. It creates a temporary Outbox folder and the message pops up. You can access this temporary folder from the main screen of the sending account. After you send the message, the folder disappears when network access is available and the message is sent.
5th Creating E-mail Folders
Well, you can not actually create email folders on the iPhone. However, if you have an IMAP email account, you can create folders on the IMAP server. For example, if you have a .mac account using the .Mac Web Mail interface. These folders will appear on your iPhone and your content will always sync between your iPhone and the server. If you do not set up a .Mac account, you really need to get it.
Take full advantage of your iPhone and start enjoying all of these features. What are you waiting for?