Using the iPhone during a call


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Using the iPhone during a call

Now let's look at what you can do with an iPhone during a call. So my iPhone is ringing now, and I'll answer it. Whether you place the call or whether you answered an incoming call, these are the six buttons you'll see during the call. Now you'll only see these buttons if you're not holding the phone up to your ear. The iPhone has a built-in proximity sensor that detects when you're holding the phone up to your ear. The sensor is located next to the earpiece speaker. If I hold my finger over that area, notice the screen goes dark. This actually serves a number of purposes. First of all, it can be distracting to hold a brightly lit screen to your face, especially if you're in a dimly lit room.

More importantly though, this also temporarily deactivates the screens touch sensitivity, which prevents you from accidently tapping buttons with your cheek. And of course having the screen turned off, especially during longer phone calls, conserves battery power. But the second you take...

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Using the iPhone during a call provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the iOS 7: iPhone and iPad Essential Training

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Business
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iOS iPad iPhone
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