How do you turn on the speaker phone for an iPhone 4S

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Choose iPhone to hear calls through iPhone, choose Speaker Phone to hear calls through the speakerphone, or choose a connected Bluetooth device.



Does Iphone 3gs have a good speaker phone

While the iPhone 3g is said to have an improved speakerphone, there are quite a few posts on mac forums about the bad quality if not used in a quite space. !

Does the iPhone 4s have a louder speaker than the iPhone 4

Yes, and the iPhone 4S’ speaker is much louder than the iPhone 4?s, it was one of the improvements on the phone. on!

How can you activate your second speaker on the iPhone 3G

The iPhone 3G only has one speaker, which is located at the bottom left hand side of the phone. The microphone is located on the right side of the phone, which might be mistaken for a second speaker. There is a 30 pin dock connector located between the speaker and the microphone. soon!



6 Responses to “How do you turn on the speaker phone for an iPhone 4S”

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By Steve F December 12th, 2012 at 22:08:37
 

In addition to enhanced multimedia features, the iPhone also has basic functions that are available on many cellphones, such as a speakerphone. The speaker feature allows you to speak to a caller and hear him without putting the device up to your ear

By Black Hole December 13th, 2012 at 01:12:29
 

The iPhone 4G is the fourth generation touch-screen smartphone released by Apple that supports text messaging, voice calls, Apple apps and Web browsing. When you first purchase the phone, you must charge the battery. After the battery charg…http://www.ehow.com/how_8414851_turn-iphone-4g.html

By ChaoticMageDDC December 13th, 2012 at 04:07:56
 

The Samsung Epic 4G Galaxy smartphone, like most wireless devices, allows users to hold conversations on the device through the speakerphone without the hassle of continuously holding the handset. Whether you’re in a noisy area or working o…http://www.ehow.com/how_8433894_turn-epic-4g-cell-phone.html

By EvilCrow December 13th, 2012 at 07:06:36
 

When I call someone and turn on speaker phone their speaker same room and also outside phone turns off. Why is this? We have tried in the of the room and it is weird. The phon

By Tim. December 13th, 2012 at 10:04:03
 

How do I “break” my iPhone to be covered under warranty? I bought my iPhone 4S at future shop, and they have a warranty that costs 15 dollars a month that will replace your phone if something is wrong with it. The highlight of this warranty is that when the new iPhone comes out, they will replace a damaged iPhone 4S with the new one. So, when that time comes, if my phone hasn’t malfunctioned yet, I want to be able to make it malfunction so I can get the new phone.

I was thinking something along the lines of a power surge or button breakage. My 3Gs that I got in November of 2012 had the vibrate button malfunction so that it got stuck or wouldn’t turn vibrate on or off (this is why I got the iPhone 4S). So I was wondering if there was some way to cause that to happen.

Another way I was thinking of doing it is causing a speaker to blow or something. I have already used this warranty once, since the first phone I got was a lemon and had multiple things wrong with it, the foremost being the inability to make calls. The speaker and microphone was shot. I was considering just keeping that phone until the new one came out, but it was to much of a hassle in my everyday life. So is there some way to cause my speaker or microphone to malfunction (without using water. It’s not covered in the warranty if it’s drowned).

And, before you say it, I realize some people might consider this “unethical”, but I really just don’t care. The guy who sold me the phone actually said “when the new one comes out, just come in with a shot battery or something and you get the new one”. Apple products are great, but they are WAYYYY overpriced, and I am taking every step I can to keep my costs down while still getting the cool new gadgets.

Thanks for any help :)

By StrykerGT December 13th, 2012 at 12:47:53
 

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