"The top 5 tips for new iPhone 7 users"
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The top 5 tips for new iPhone 7 users
Including Dropbox and Google Photos.
If you've got Amazon Prime you get unlimited photo back as part of the deal.
At number 4 expand your storage.
Apple phones have never allowed the ability to expand storage using a micro sd card, however there are options out there, you can pick up a plugin device like the SanDisk Ixpand flash drive which can add up to another 128 gigabytes of space Now, if you have an iPhone 7 Plus sitting around, make sure it's updated to IOS 10.1 or higher.
That's the version of IOS that brings the fancy depth of field features to photos.
And number two, make any headphones wireless.
Maybe you're on the fence about Apple's courageous wireless future, Here's a great compromise, a bluetooth headphone adapter.
This one is made by Griffin, but you can find others.
You plug in your regular headphones into it, then it connects to your phone over bluetooth.
Plus, you get play-pause controls.
It's kinda like having an iPod shuffle on you.
And the number one, find a way to listen and charge at the Same time.
So much has been said about Apple dropping the headphone jack from the iPhone.
What you need to figure out, is how you will listen to audio while that lightning port is busy charging.
You could get a dock from Apple that has both a headphone jack, and a lightning port.
There's also a Belkin accessory called the Lightning Audio Plus Charge Rockstar, It gives you two Lightening ports or you can go all-in and never, never used wired headphones again.
If you've got more tips, let me know on Twitter.
If you're tip is for me to get an Android phone, I already have one, thanks.
Find me @IYAZ on twitter, and I'll see you online.
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