If you’re on i Phone OS 1 or 2, it’s just a case of holding the home button for about five seconds. It’s hard to explain, but once your learn this trick, it’s pretty fun to use.Instead of simply tapping Shift and then tapping your letter when you want the capital format, do this: tap Shift, drag your finger to the letter you want to capitalize, and release.That pop-up also gives you options to copy the link, open it, or open it in a new page.Occasionally you’ll find that you need to scroll within a frame or textarea within a page. Here’s another great Safari tip that I use all the time: double tap a text column to zoom right into it. When browsing the web, if you find an image you’d like to save, here’s how to do it: tap and hold; you’ll get the option to copy the image or save it to the photo gallery.It’s a bit odd at first, but I think it’s probably slightly faster.This trick is even better when you’re going for punctuation: just substitute Shift with the keyboard switcher key (123/ABC).You’ll hear a camera shutter (or, rather, the sound of a camera shutter), and your current screen is saved automatically in your camera roll.
In many cases, you’ll want to scroll back to the top of the page.
If you’re reading this, you will probably agree that the i Phone is one of the most useful devices currently on the market.
But there’s a lot more functionality than initially meets the eye.
Check out Apple Insider or Glyphboard as a home screen app for an example.
You’ve been in the scenario: you’re reading in Safari, minding your own business, when a link jumps out in front of you, tempting you to follow it.