Use Your iOS 10 To Make Travel Easier

Has your iPhone recently received the iOS 10 update? Many people are still learning how to deal with the change to their mobile devices, even when it just comes to everyday things. However, when it comes to making your mobile device assist your travel endeavors, that can be an even more daunting process. Luckily, those who would like their cell phones to help them through their next trip have a great resource. Travel & Leisure recently provided a blog, discussing iOS 10 tips for travelers.

  • Service – Are you frustrated by a lack of quality phone service? This can be especially troubling when you are trying to find your way around. However, a quick reset can help, and simply putting your phone in airplane mode, for a few seconds, can make all the difference.
  • Uber – Do you need to find a ride to another part of town? You can actually call Uber through iPhone Maps. Look up your destination on your map, and then order your Uber right then and there.
  • Battery – Not much will get you more worried than a low battery signal in a strange place. However, the iOS 10 allows you to limit phone notifications with the facedown feature. Placing your phone facedown will prevent notifications from lighting things up, saving you valuable battery.

Are you coming up on your scheduled vacation time? Using the aforementioned tips can really make things easier on you and/or your loved ones. Regardless of when you are going away, let Trending Travel help you with the planning process. They can assist things with travel vouchers, discounted travel rates, general travel expertise and more. Contact Trending Travel, today, and ask any questions that you have.

For more information visit http://www.trendingtravel.net

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