Recently I was asked about how to make a simple screenshot on an iPhone. Although it’s not much of a secret there are still iPhone owners that don’t know how to do it.
You can achieve that by a very simple key combo: Press shortly the Home button and the Power button at the same time (until the screen flashes up).
The screenshot is stored inside the Camera Roll in your Photos App. Now you can sync it with iTunes and finally your screenshot is placed in iPhoto (or any folder you have selected in iTunes for syncing photos).
Taking a screenshot works at any time within any application you are currently using.
The long awaited software update for the iPhone is finally available. There are no big surprises but some necessary features for your iPhone.
Copy, Cut & Paste
One of the features I was missing since the very first moment was the ability to copy and paste throughout all applications on the iPhone. I am so glad to have that functionality now.
Next Generation iPhone Apps
The new update will bring tons of new apps with more advanced functionalities to the AppStore.
Searching for files, apps, and other things will get much more easy using the newly integrated Spotlight for iPhone. Spotlight is one of the best productivity tool for Macs – so why shouldn’t it be great for the iPhone as well?
Sometimes it is quite handy to record some thoughts vocally. Much faster and easier than typing in text.
There are many more new features that come with this update. To get the new OS 3.0 for your iPhone just follow these steps:
- Connect you iPhone with your Mac/PC
- Run iTunes
- Select your iPhone in the Devices list on the left side
- In the iPhone Summary pane, click Check for Update.
- Click Download and Install