How to turn your phone into a home office or living room hub.
I know, I know.
There’s just something comforting about the idea of getting your phone to do all of the work for you.
The thing is, it’s actually pretty hard.
If you’re like most people, your phone’s not a place where you get to do much other than take calls and text.
There are a lot of things that you can do that aren’t quite as exciting, like opening up a calendar, creating a photo album, or making a quick video.
But if you’re looking to get some extra work done, it can be a lot easier than you think.
If we’re talking about how to use your phone in a way that doesn’t require you to put it in your lap, it turns out there are a couple of things you can take a look at.
Let’s get started with how to turn the phone into your home office.
Use the screen in a different way.
It’s easy to imagine that if you have an iPad you can just use the screen to take notes, or use it as a small screen.
But that’s not the case.
If your screen is on the side of the couch or a desk, it has a much lower resolution.
To get the best possible picture, the iPhone needs to be used as a desktop.
To do this, you’ll need to move your screen to a different location.
To achieve this, simply turn your screen on, tap on “Home Screen,” and then “Lock screen.”
This will move the screen from the side to the top of the screen.
To access the full screen, you can tap the “Home” button at the top.
Once you do this for the home screen, your iPhone will no longer be on the same screen as the rest of your home.
The new screen will look something like this: 1.
If the iPhone is in portrait mode, the “top” screen will be the one that you see on your phone screen.
If it’s in landscape mode, it will be in the center of the home.
This is the screen you use most frequently.
If everything else is the same, it’ll look like this.
When you turn your iPhone off, the bottom screen will no more be visible.
This makes the bottom of the phone very much the “screen” you’re using most.
When your iPhone is off, you won’t be able to see the screen as it’s on.
Instead, you will be able only to see a black rectangle on the right side of your screen.
The screen you’re most likely to see on the screen of your phone is the home app.
To use the home apps in the future, you need to keep the screen on the top, so that you have access to the home page.
To make this easier, you should try to move the home button on your iPhone to a lower position, so it’s visible from the bottom.
In other words, turn the home menu button off, and turn the menu button back on.
To turn off the home view, tap and hold the home icon.
This will bring up a menu with options for turning on the home or turn off your home view.
To enable the home pages, you simply have to tap on the “home” button and select the option that says “Turn on my home screen.”
You’ll also need to turn off all notifications.
To disable the notifications, just go to the Settings app and turn off notifications for all your apps.
For the most part, this will do the trick.
But for some apps like Calendar, you might want to disable the notification service entirely.
To set this up, you’d open up the app, tap the notifications icon, and then tap “Set as default.”
The default notification setting will show up as “My Home” on the Notification Center.
To toggle this off, tap “Disabled” next to the notification.
To switch the camera app from “Home View” to “Portrait View,” just go into the camera settings.
And lastly, you don’t need to switch back to portrait mode to get the most out of your iPhone’s camera.
Instead of having to turn it off when it’s off, it simply turns off when you’re not using it.
You can turn it on and off with the camera icon, the on/off switch, or the volume rocker.
The camera app doesn’t have a home button.
You might have to use the volume button to bring up the camera.
The photo app isn’t a desktop app, so you can’t set it as your desktop.
Instead you can use the photo app as a home screen for any other apps you might need.
You won’t have to go back to your iPhone home