Using GPS on iPhone 4G
How to use an iPhone built-in GPS navigation, using TomTom or Garming navigator
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Using GPS on iPhone 4G If you like on traveling frequently for business reason or pjust pleasure trip, this Smart phone device would be the best travel mate for you, since the Apple iPhone has a built-in GPS navigator which will guide you anywhere you want to go. With this iPhone GPS, you can track your position even your movement speed, Estimate Time Arrival, looking for point of interest and many others. The GPS has the maps of cities and directions that can be learned to the place where they wanted to go. However to apply this built-in GPS navigation, you should know the guidance usage. The following steps will take you on there. Just follow the following steps : Get your iPhone and turn it on. Go to "Maps" which is on your home screen. When the maps screen pops up, click on the small circular button in the bottom left-side of the iPhone screen. This calculates out where exactly you are. It can take a little time to process. Once the iPhone GPS picks up where you are, a small circle will appear on the map radiating around where your location. To add a new location in order to get directions, tap "Directions" on the bottom of the screen, type in the new address, and press "Start". This will map out how to get there giving you turn- by-turn directions, miles, and time needed top get there. As you go towards your new location, the GPS will track your movements and tell you where exactly you are. If you would like to move the map around on your iPhone, use your finger to scroll the map. If you would like to find a specific destination - a restaurant for example - while out, hit the "Search" button on your iPhone, type in the restaurant name or type, and it will display the closest restaurants to your current location fitting the criteria you just entered. Mapping out locations on your iPhone is not a new functionality but the GPS feature to calculate your current location in respect to your desired destination is new to the iPhone.