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Here’s another iPhone tip that you may be aware of, but I figured I would share it anyway.
Your iPhone allows you to actually ...
browse, and load other applications while talking on the phone.
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What’s up everyone, this is Ryan with uniqueapps.com, I’ve got another cool little iPhone trick that some of you may now, some of you may not know but I just want to do this video and share it with you anyways. And what the video is going to cover is how you can actually surf some different pages, you can view the browser, send an email, you can do a lot of things while you’re actually on the phone. So what I’m going to do is I’m going to open up my phone and I’m actually going to call another number that I have. I’m calling me offline, I’m actually going to answer this phone call once it comes offline on my other cell phone and while the calls are coming in. I’m going to go ahead and answer that and as you can see that I’m now on a phone call right now and again I’m on a phone call with another phone that I have right here.
But there is a call going on right here, there is obviously this few options right here and you can add a call, pause a call, go to your contacts, add the speaker phone, keypad and mute the call. But if you click the home button, you can actually go through your different applications right now and you’ll see here at the top that its still on the call but this is really neat and again something that many of you might not now. So lets say I wan that I want to go to a webpage, I click to on this webpage, say I want to go to YouTube, I will go to YouTube right here. And you see I’m still on this call right here, at anytime during this while I’m in this application, I can click up here and its going to immediately turn back to the call. Now that’s not the only thing, you can send an email, you can type a note, I can go into notepad, I can type a bunch of different things, I can write down something that somebody is telling me on this call right now.
So again I’m still on the call, you can see this ringing thing right here and that anytime that I want to, I can click here and I can hang up. Another thing that I wanted to tell you, I’m actually going to hang up, if you don’t have to actually leave the application if somebody hangs up. So I’m going to hang up offline and notice that this green bar will just go away. So I just ended the call, the green bar goes away, now when I hit back to the home screen, I’m not on the call anymore, so that’s the little trick that you may or may have not known that you can do with your iPhone. Hope you enjoyed the tip and I hope you all will have a great day.