I would like thank ianternet heartily for introducing such an effective and helpful thread. To speak the truth here I got some tips that made my iphone use so easy and comfortable. Thanks to all of you also who have discussed here.
Any tips on extending battery life? I have allowed it to rundown and that does not seem to help, it only lasts all day if I don't hardly use the phone. I find myself charging it constantly. I this just a curse of using a smartphone?
I have a JBed 3GS running iOS4. As I have about 250 games I like to keep on the phone, using iOS4's built in folder system would be a PITA as it only allows 12 apps per folder. I also have about 20 or so apps that I would consider "utilities".
So with the issue of having more apps than iOS4's folder app allows, I tried the following:
I installed "Categories" from the Cydia repository. I then decided on which games are my frequently played games and which I want to keep with me, but they're not the ones I play often.
I made a "Games" folder (using iOS4) and dragged in 11 of my favorite games. Then, using Categories, I made another "Games" folder with the remainder of my games (It does not matter what you name the folders, it will work anyway). After that, I just dragged the Games folder from Categories into the Games folder from iOS4.
Now, when I touch the iOS created Games folder, I have the 11 most frequently played games instantly pop up, and if there's one I don't see, I just touch the other folder that's sitting within, and after a few seconds the 240 or so apps will open up.
The only issue I ran into is that sometimes when doing maintenance on the folders, all of a sudden it will appear as if all of the Categories/Games app will appear to have come out of the folder and they fill the springboard (and overflow beyond the 11 screens of sprinboard). This is kind of just an illusion as a simple springboard refresh will put them all back into the folder where they belong. The first time I experienced this, I ended up deleting folders and remaking them all. Then i found that it is just a minor glitch that is rectified by refreshing the springboard. I use SBSH to do the refresh, but I assume that any refresh'ing app will work.
If you're looking up a phone number for something in Safari—say a restaurant or a hotel—there's no need to leave the page when you find it. Simply tap the number right on the page; the iPhone will dial it automatically
Tips for iphone is When typing a web address hold the ".com" key down & you will also get .net, .edu, .org to choose from and In Settings, Under Mail, Contact, Calendars, you can now import SIM contacts i use both tips its really work .