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iPhone QuickTip: Time to climb
How to get to the top with your iPhone
By John Haley
There are tons of little tricks that you might not be aware of.  With all of the new people clamoring for the iPhone, and all of the new aps that will help you take advantage of the functions of the iPhone's abilities, these tips feed you little tricks that might help you out. With all of the new users out there, how about a simple one to start you out - on your way to becoming a power user, or at least an easy way to climb to the top...

If it's your first time with your iPhone, most of your 'fun' time is spent using the navigational control on the touch screen, or the games that use the accelerometer.  Well, flicking the touch screen isn't the only way you can navigate through the different areas of viewed screen area.

Yeah - flicking your finger is fun, but when you start to really use the phone, you'll want to make your iPhone faster to respond to navigation.

If you're ever stuck at the bottom of a long e-mail, or trapped at the bottom of a website, there is no need to be flicking your finger to get your way back to the TOP.

The trick is to just tap once! Anywhere up where the clock is, and watch the page to all the work. This saves time, and makes for a happier browsing expreience.

Guess what... This trick also works in CONTACTS.

Happy Tapping.

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John Haley is a freelance video effects artist, and demo artist. Recent projects have included creation of animations for many of Mattel's Sizzle Reels, designing motion slates, and animation of the Air Quality Index for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). He has worked on promo, commercial and music video compositing as well. John is a graduate of Video Symphony's Motion Graphics Program in Burbank, CA. http://www.johnhaley.tv/

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