How to use iphone tracking app

 

Apple Pay lets you use your iPhone to pay securely and easily at over a million store locations across the United States and within apps — with a single touch.

How to use iphone tracking app

Apple Pay lets you use your iPhone to pay securely and easily at hundreds of thousands of locations across the UK and within apps — with a single touch.

Apple Pay lets you use your iPhone to pay securely and easily at over a million store locations across the United States and within apps — with a single touch.

Those funky headphones that came with your iPhone—EarPods with Remote and Mic they’re called—only have 3 buttons but boy do they perform a surprising number of functions beyond volume control. And with built-in mic, your EarPods can make and receive phone calls and control media playback.

Moreover, you can use them for recording voice memos, interacting with Siri hands-free, VoIP calling in apps like Skype and more, all with a pinch of the cord. Wait, I need this article to tell me how to plug my EarPods and listen to music?

We’re not saying you’re not familiar with your EarPods. But as with other things in life, there are always new tricks to be learned. This post will hopefully help you master your EarPods like a pro.

Year introduced: 2016
Capacity: 32, 128, 256 GB
Colors: Black, jet black, gold, rose gold, silver
Model number on the back cover: A1660, A1778, A1779 (Japan * )

Details: The display is 4.7 inches (diagonal). The glass front is flat with curved edges. The back is anodized aluminum. The Sleep/Wake button is on the right side of the device. The device has a solid-state Home button with Touch ID. There's a True Tone LED flash on the back and a SIM tray on the right side that holds a "fourth form factor" (4FF) nano-SIM card. The IMEI is etched on the SIM tray.

Year introduced: 2016
Capacity: 32, 128, 256 GB
Colors: Black, jet black, gold, rose gold, silver
Model number on the back cover: A1661, A1784, A1785 (Japan * )

You can grab any photo that you have saved on your iPhone and use it as wallpaper. The iPhone’s wallpaper is similar to the wallpaper you would use on your PC; it’s the background picture or photo on which your menu and controls are displayed.

The default background image on the iPhone when you unlock the device is a gorgeous view of Earth. Dramatic though it may be, you probably have a photo that suits you more to use as the iPhone’s wallpaper — a picture of your spouse, your kids, or your pet, perhaps?