Let’s face it, smart phones of today are habit forming. You have a powerful computer, message center, social media hub, flashlight, appointment book, and camera with video capability all in the power of your palm. And that is just for starters.
Having an iPhone you learn a few tricks from playing with the infernal machine. Sometimes it’s a blessing. Other times, I am not so fortunate. I have noticed that memory is an important feature of the phone you can control using a few very intuitive measures. One of them is controlling the number of programs or apps that are currently running on your phone either currently or in the background.
Something they don’t tell you is that your smart phone memory is used to help in processing as well as storage. So it stands to reason the number of programs you have running in the background can adversely affect your phone’s performance as well.
To shut down these unneeded apps just do the following:
Unlock your phone.
Press your ‘Home’ button twice. The ‘Home’ button on an iPhone is located on the faceplate just below the screen and looks like this. Pressing the ‘Home’ button twice in rapid succession will pull up a list of all the contacts and programs currently operating in the background.
To shut down the programs you don’t want running simply push the program screen up until it disappears. Keep doing that until all the apps have been shut down.
That should free up enough memory on your phone to take a few more photos of the kids.
Know Before You Go golf. Don’t get stuck playing a lemon.
Current applications I have seen only talk about creating foursomes. Let’s face it folks golf is a solitary game. It’s you against the golf course. Find out where to play with the GK Mobile App — hell bring a friend or three– then bag your phone so you can enjoy your round.
Current apps will drain your battery. Where is the functionality of an app if it kills your phone during a round of golf?
Instead, Know Before You Go! Find out the 411 of where to play. What local golf conditions of golf courses are in your area. See Pictures of these golf courses. Find out what other golfers like yourself will have to say about these golf courses. All in an honest format that you understand and navigate.
Be ready for it golfers the GK Mobile App is coming!
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