How to Make Your iPhone Work For You
I know it's crazy to believe an iPhone how-to that will help you make it work as you need! Granted, I don't do iPhone content as much as I should. A lot of you that visit are iPhone users, as much as 12%!
How to Make Your iPhone Work For You is going to deliver just that. It seems impossible to believe that, only 15 years ago, nobody owned a smartphone. In the years that have passed, smartphones have slowly become more and more a part of daily life, and that's not about to change anytime soon. While some people thought the touchscreen aspect would turn out to be a fad, that did not happen. Smartphone ownership is on the rise all over the world.
Of course, not every aspect of iPhones is good. As with all new technology (and tools in general), it takes time to figure out how to ensure that it becomes an asset, not a hindrance. It should have a positive impact on your life. In this blog, I'm going to run through some tried and tested methods for ensuring your iPhone does just that.
Notifications and Limitations
Left unchecked, your iPhone can become a considerable drain on your time and energy. Most apps all want to push notifications through to your phone (on the basis that they want you to spend as much time on their app as possible). However, nothing says it's a requirement to let those notifications impede your life. You might want to keep them on for Whatsapp and other communication apps. How do you wrestle back some control? You'd look up how to disable app notifications.
Unleash the Potential
The iPhone is an exceptional tool. Or at least, it can be. You might need to learn a thing or two before you can feel the power. There are many ways to do this. This starts with how to jailbreak tweaks for 2021, for instance. It can make your iPhone much more customizable, not to mention more fun. With the phone itself, researching the tips and tricks can be worthwhile to get the most out of it. Most people have no idea of all the capabilities of their iPhone, which are countless.
How to Get Organized
A phone can encounter the same problems as a house. Over time, it gets cluttered. Many people download every app that they think is needed yet rarely delete them. All this does is create problematic issues that are difficult to make sense of. Spending some time organizing and spring cleaning your iPhone will keep it in working order. This can involve deleting apps that you never use, and moving those rarely-used apps into their folder, allowed them to be available when you need them. One good idea is to delete your photos from time to time, especially if you have thousands from Whatsapp group chats taking all that precious storage space. Having iCloud enabled will allow for all your photos to be automatically backed up to the cloud.
Nighttime and Weekends
Finally, make time to put your phone down! It’s tempting to sit there and scroll, but that can suck up a lot of your time. With a bit of mindfulness, you can avoid the impulse to pick up and scroll.