Just play with your iPhone. The more that you test it out and play with the features, the better acquainted you will become with your phone. It could take days or weeks, but you will learn more about it.
You can turn your iPhone into a thumb drive by equipping it with an app that lets you upload files to it. You can use your phone for many applications like image and video uploads, file uploads and music downloads. You can view and manipulate your files right through your iPhone, or link it to another computer to download and access them.
You only need one hand to take a picture with your iPhone. Hold your iPhone with a steady hand and press the volume button to take the picture. There’s no difference in the resulting picture’s quality when you take it this way.
You can increase picture quality by using the volume on your headset to take the picture, instead of using the iPhone button. You can program your iPhone to use this option to avoid any movement while snapping the picture. The cord also comes in handy if you want to use your iPhone like a legitimate camera to take self portraits.
You can quickly reach the top of any page you are viewing without having to scroll. Fortunately, you do not need to. Touching the top bar shown on the screen (the clock area) brings you back to the page’s beginning. This feature works for any screen that you may have up.