Blind Abilities adds to their iPhone 101 demonstration series library with this short but informative walk through sending audio messages using the Messages app and iOS. Pete Lane guides us through this simple, yet time-saving process which involves confirming your settings, summoning Siri, using the raise to talk and raise to listen features to enhance simplicity, and a step-by-step demonstration of each button and element within the messages app.
this feature can save some valuable time when you’re on the run, or when you just don’t feel like sending a text message to a family member, friend or colleague. Simply summons Siri, as described in our previous iPhone 101 episode, or go directly to the app and save time either way. Additionally, an audio message adds a personal touch to your communications.
As usual, Pete attempts to include some entertainment, but his Ultimate success, of course, will be yours and yours alone to judge!
So sit back, relax and enjoy this iPhone 101 demonstration. The podcast is brief, but it may pay dividends in the time and energy that it saves you down the road!
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