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Ways to use your iPhone Control Center to make life easier
Favorite applications for photo processing or who recorded the call, always on my phone. In order to use applications for productivity, it is important that your device works as quickly as possible. Let's take a closer look:
1. Eliminate distractions with Do Not Disturb I never realized how awesome Do Not Disturb was until I accidentally set my phone to it–and realized I wasn’t getting calls. (D’oh.) When your screen is locked, Do Not Disturb stops calls, texts, and app push notifications from getting through, which is pretty handy if you don’t want interruptions like during work hours, a meeting, or hey, date night perhaps?
What’s awesome is that you can actually customize Do Not Disturb, though you’ll need to get out of the Control Center and go into your actual iPhone settings to do this. You’ll be amazed at what you can do: Schedule it to recur at a certain time of day (baby’s naptime?) or make exceptions for certain phone numbers that you want to get through no matter what. You can even set calls to come through by frequency, which allows repeat calls from numbers bypass the setting. This is great if you want to use it at night while you sleep and but want to make sure any call from your teen gets through–but not all your Twitter reply notifications. And don’t worry, it doesn’t affect your alarms.
2. Focus on FaceTime, stabilize videos, and more with the Screen-Orientation Lock If you have younger kids who tend to have trouble holding the phone still during FaceTime calls, use the lock to keep the screen locked either in portrait or landscape mode, even if they’re whipping the phone around like a baton. It’s also perfect for handing a device over to kids for video watching.
For us grownups, I use the lock for travel all the time, because it drives me crazy when my e-ticket keeps turning from side to side.
3. Use the flashlight. For uh, everything. I use the flashlight for so many things it’s hard to list them all. Think: Helping the grandparents (or yourself!) read a menu in a dark restaurant, finding things my kids have dropped in the car, checking on the kids while they sleep without tripping over the toys on the ground, finding a lost contact lens. It’s also perfect for Halloween when you’re already wrangling sugar-happy kids and you don’t have extra hands for an actual flashlight.
4. Manage game time with the timer Beyond the myriad uses for your phone’s timer (my kitchen timer is gathering cobwebs) I use it to manage screen time with my iPhone. With no effort at all, just tap the timer in your Control Center and set it so that there’s an automatic limit set while your kids get to play their favorite apps. No arguments about when you need your phone back or when their time is over–the timer goes off to let them know.
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