Mobile Technologies
ios features
Lecture#07
Contents
 iOS AirDrop
 Control Center
 Multi-Tasking
 Notifications
 System Status
 Do not Disturb
 Emoji
 Locatio...
iOS AirDrop
 AirDrop lets you share
photos, videos, websites, locations, and more with
other nearby iOS 7 devices
 To sh...
iOS AirDrop Settings
 You can turn AirDrop on or off and
control with whom you can share
content using Control Center
 S...
Sharing with AirDrop
 When AirDrop is enabled, you can
share content from apps such as
Photos, Safari, Contacts, and
more...
AirDrop Receiver Screen
 The other user receives an
alert with a preview of the
content you want to share,
and can either...
iOS: Control Center
 Control Center gives you
quick access to commonly
used settings and apps.
 You can access Control
C...
iOS: Control Center
In Control Center, you can adjust these settings:
 Turn on or off Airplane mode, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Do...
iOS Multi Tasking
 Multitasking is a feature of iOS that
allows applications to perform certain
tasks in the background w...
iOS Multi Tasking
Follow these steps to switch quickly
between apps:
 Double-click the Home button to display
recently us...
iOS Multi Tasking
 Some apps can continue to run for a short period of time
and are then set to a suspended state so they...
Notifications
 Notifications provide alerts and
related information for iOS apps
 You can view notifications in the
Noti...
Notifications
 One can access Notification Center
from any screen, including the
Lock screen
 Just swipe down from the t...
System Status
Do not Disturb
 Do not Disturb
 Emoji
 Location Services
Emoji
 Learn about emoji, a special set of images and
emoticons you can use in messages, emails, and
more
 To enable emo...
Emoji
 Once emoji is enabled, one can access the emoji
keyboard by tapping the globe icon to the right of the
Space bar
...
Location Services
 Learn about the different location services that an iOS 7
or later device (iPhone, iPad, and iPod touc...
Location Services
 You must enable Location
Services on your device and give
your permission to each app or
website befor...
Location Accuracy
 Depending on your device and
available services, Location
Services uses a combination of
cellular, Wi-...
Location Accuracy
 If your location can’t be
determined precisely, a blue
circle also appears around the
marker
 The siz...
Turning Location Services ON or OFF
 You can turn Location Services
on or off at Settings > Privacy >
Location Services
...
Other Location Services
By enabling Location Services, location-based system
services such as these will also be enabled:
...
Parental Control
 You can enable
Restrictions, also
known as parental
controls, on
iPhone, iPad, and
iPod touch
 Restric...
Features / Apps Control
One can restrict control for following features on iOS
device
 Safari
 Camera (also disables Fac...
Contents Control
One can restrict contents also
 Ratings (select the country in the ratings section to
automatically appl...
Prevent Changes in Privacy Settings
One can restrict changes in privacy settings including:
 Location Services
 Contacts...
iOS: Find my Phone
 Find My iPhone helps you
locate and protect your
iPhone if it’s ever lost or
stolen
 Before you can ...
Using Camera
Browse the Web in Safari
While viewing a webpage in Safari, you can:
 Drag up, down or sideways to scroll
 Double-tap or...
iOS: Search for Location
 Tap the search field and enter
an address or location:
 Intersection (“8th and market”)
 Area...
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Lecture#07

  1. 1. Mobile Technologies ios features Lecture#07
  2. 2. Contents  iOS AirDrop  Control Center  Multi-Tasking  Notifications  System Status  Do not Disturb  Emoji  Location Services  Parental Control  Find my Phone  Using Camera  In App Purchase
  3. 3. iOS AirDrop  AirDrop lets you share photos, videos, websites, locations, and more with other nearby iOS 7 devices  To share content with AirDrop, both users need one of the following devices using iOS 7:  iPhone 5 or later  iPad (4th generation)  iPad mini  iPod touch (5th generation)  AirDrop transfers information using Wi-Fi and Bluetooth  You need an iCloud account to share with Contacts
  4. 4. iOS AirDrop Settings  You can turn AirDrop on or off and control with whom you can share content using Control Center  Swipe up from the bottom of any screen to reveal Control Center  Tap AirDrop  Choose from one of the following: 1. Off: Turns off AirDrop. 2. Contacts Only: Your iOS device is visible only to your contacts. 3. Everyone: Your iOS device is visible to all nearby iOS devices that use AirDrop.
  5. 5. Sharing with AirDrop  When AirDrop is enabled, you can share content from apps such as Photos, Safari, Contacts, and more: 1. Tap Share or the icon 2. If necessary, tap the content or additional items you want to share 3. Tap the name of a nearby AirDrop user or the iOS device
  6. 6. AirDrop Receiver Screen  The other user receives an alert with a preview of the content you want to share, and can either accept or decline  If the other user accepts, the content will open in the application from which it was sent (for example, photos will appear in the Photos app, websites will open in Safari)
  7. 7. iOS: Control Center  Control Center gives you quick access to commonly used settings and apps.  You can access Control Center from anywhere in iOS—including the Lock screen  To access Control Center, swipe up from the bottom of the screen  To close Control Center, swipe down, tap the top of the screen, or press the Home button
  8. 8. iOS: Control Center In Control Center, you can adjust these settings:  Turn on or off Airplane mode, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Do Not Disturb, and screen-orientation lock  Adjust screen brightness  Play, pause, or skip a song, and adjust playback volume  Connect to an AirPlay device or toggle between audio output  Adjust whether your device is discoverable for AirDrop Control Center also includes quick access to these apps:  Camera  Timer  Calculator (iPhone and iPod touch only)  Flashlight (iPhone and iPod touch only)
  9. 9. iOS Multi Tasking  Multitasking is a feature of iOS that allows applications to perform certain tasks in the background while using other applications  iOS 7 allows to switch instantly between apps and to resume an app  When one returns to an app, he can pick up right where he left off  Multitasking doesn't slow down the performance of the foreground app or drain battery life unnecessarily
  10. 10. iOS Multi Tasking Follow these steps to switch quickly between apps:  Double-click the Home button to display recently used apps  Swipe left or right and locate the app you want use  Tap the app to switch to it
  11. 11. iOS Multi Tasking  Some apps can continue to run for a short period of time and are then set to a suspended state so they are not actively in use, open, or taking up system resources. They will instantly launch when you return to them  Certain tasks or services can continue to run in the background  To lessen the effect on battery life, normal app background refreshing is scheduled for efficient times, such as when your device is connected to Wi-Fi, plugged into a power source, or being actively used  You can adjust your apps' background activity in Settings > General > Background App Refresh
  12. 12. Notifications  Notifications provide alerts and related information for iOS apps  You can view notifications in the Notification Center  This article provides an overview of notifications and some simple troubleshooting steps  iOS apps can provide three types of notifications: 1. Sounds: An audible alert plays 2. Alerts/Banners: An alert or banner appears on the screen 3. Badges: An image or number appears on the application icon
  13. 13. Notifications  One can access Notification Center from any screen, including the Lock screen  Just swipe down from the top of the screen  You can tap a notification in the Lock screen to open the related application  By default Notification Center will show you Today view  The new All and Missed views let you see all your alerts or just those you haven't addressed in the last 24 hours  Swipe right while on Today view to see the All view. Swipe right while on All view to see Missed view
  14. 14. System Status
  15. 15. Do not Disturb  Do not Disturb  Emoji  Location Services
  16. 16. Emoji  Learn about emoji, a special set of images and emoticons you can use in messages, emails, and more  To enable emoji from the keyboard settings in iOS: 1. Tap Settings > General > Keyboard. 2. Tap Keyboards. 3. Tap Add New Keyboard. 4. Locate and tap Emoji.
  17. 17. Emoji  Once emoji is enabled, one can access the emoji keyboard by tapping the globe icon to the right of the Space bar  One can switch emoji themes by tapping the icons along the bottom of the keyboard  In each theme, swipe left or right to view additional emoji characters  Access recently used emoji by tapping the clock icon next to the globe icon
  18. 18. Location Services  Learn about the different location services that an iOS 7 or later device (iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch) can use to determine your location  Location Services allows location-based apps and websites (including Maps, Camera, Safari, and other Apple and third-party apps) to use information from cellular, Wi-Fi1, Global Positioning System (GPS)2 networks, and iBeacons3 to determine your approximate location  For example, an app might use your location data and location search query to help you find nearby coffee shops or theaters, or your device may set its time zone automatically based on your current location
  19. 19. Location Services  You must enable Location Services on your device and give your permission to each app or website before it can use your location data  In iOS 7, if you turn off Location Services and use Find My iPhone Lost Mode, Location Services will be re-enabled on the device as long as the device is in Lost Mode  Once Lost Mode is disabled, Location Services will return to its previous state
  20. 20. Location Accuracy  Depending on your device and available services, Location Services uses a combination of cellular, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS to determine your location  If you're not within a clear line of sight to GPS satellites, your device can determine your location using crowd-sourced Wi- Fi5 and cell tower locations or iBeacons  Apps that can show your location on the screen, including Maps, indicate your current (approximate) location using a
  21. 21. Location Accuracy  If your location can’t be determined precisely, a blue circle also appears around the marker  The size of the circle shows how precisely your location can be determined—the smaller the circle, the greater the precision
  22. 22. Turning Location Services ON or OFF  You can turn Location Services on or off at Settings > Privacy > Location Services  You can turn Location Services on either during the Setup Assistant process or later through the Location Services setting  You can turn it off if you don't want to use this feature or to conserve battery life  You can individually control which apps and system services have access to Location
  23. 23. Other Location Services By enabling Location Services, location-based system services such as these will also be enabled:  Popular Near Me: Your iPhone will periodically send locations of where you have purchased or used Apps in an anonymous and encrypted form to Apple to improve a crowd-sourced database that may be used to offer geographically-relevant Apps  Frequent Locations: Your iPhone will keep track of places you have recently been, as well as how often and when you visited them, in order to learn places that are significant to you  Location-Based iAds: Your iPhone will send your location to Apple in order to provide you with geographically relevant iAds.
  24. 24. Parental Control  You can enable Restrictions, also known as parental controls, on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch  Restrictions stop you from using specific features and applications
  25. 25. Features / Apps Control One can restrict control for following features on iOS device  Safari  Camera (also disables FaceTime)  FaceTime  iTunes Store  iBooks Store2  Installing apps  Deleting apps  In-App Purchases  Siri  AirDrop
  26. 26. Contents Control One can restrict contents also  Ratings (select the country in the ratings section to automatically apply the appropriate content ratings for that region)  Music and podcasts  Movies  TV shows  Books  Apps  Siri  websites  You can also adjust the time necessary before a password is required to purchase content
  27. 27. Prevent Changes in Privacy Settings One can restrict changes in privacy settings including:  Location Services  Contacts  Calendars  Reminders  Photos  Bluetooth sharing  Microphone  Twitter  Facebook  Advertising
  28. 28. iOS: Find my Phone  Find My iPhone helps you locate and protect your iPhone if it’s ever lost or stolen  Before you can use Find My iPhone, you need to set it up on your device  In Settings, tap iCloud. If you’re asked to sign in, enter your Apple ID or create a new one  Tap to turn on Find My iPhone, and then tap OK to
  29. 29. Using Camera
  30. 30. Browse the Web in Safari While viewing a webpage in Safari, you can:  Drag up, down or sideways to scroll  Double-tap or pinch the screen to zoom in or out  Swipe from the left or right edge of the screen, or use the arrows at the bottom, to go back or forward a page  Tap and hold on a link for additional options  Tap to reload the current webpage
  31. 31. iOS: Search for Location  Tap the search field and enter an address or location:  Intersection (“8th and market”)  Area (“greenwich village”)  Landmark (“guggenheim”)  Zip code  Business (“movies,” “restaurants san francisco ca”)  Tap Search or one of the suggestions from the list
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