I’m pretty sure you are reading this blog post from your cell phone. Regardless of where we are, our cellular devices are never too far from us. This is why it is important to know how to optimize your cell phone.
I have used Apple iPhone for over a decade, and I can tell you that there have been so many impeccable updates to the phone; however, it is usually the simplest of things that make using our iPhone worthwhile. Unfortunately, many of these features are overlooked and unknown.
In today’s blog, I am going to give you guys three ways to optimize your iPhone/cellphone.
**While I speak on the iPhone, I am not excluding different types of phones. Because I have never really used any other phone before, I would not be able to tell you all how to properly find these features.**
Nothing is worse than forgetting something you were supposed to do. One way to avoid this is to simply set a reminder in your phone. iPhone has this app defaulted into the system, and I’m pretty sure other phones do, as well. Also— you can opt to download reminder apps if you aren’t too fond of the one on your smartphone.
Organize Your Apps
Organization is key in keeping things in order in your life. You can organize your apps into sections and label them. For example, your social media apps can go into a section called “socials.” Plus, doing this makes looking at your phone less harsh on the eyes.
Do you work from home? Maybe you have important documents you need to scan in and send. Did you know that iPhones have a built-in scanner? Go to your “Notes” app, open a new document, click the camera icon at the bottom of the screen, select “Scan Documents,” scan your files, and save. Super easy. Super convenient. Win, win.
These are three of my favorite ways to optimize my iPhone. What is one way you optimize your phone— whether it’s an iPhone or not?