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Tuesday, 17 April 2018

How to get the notes with the blocked screen of the iPad on iPhone

The iOS 11 instant notes allow users to write annotations directly from the lock screen using the Apple Pencil. Unfortunately, this functionality is only available on the iPad ... but there is a method to have it on the iPhone as well.

This function for ** writing notes directly on the lock screen is one of the best features for iPad. You can press the Apple Pencil on the locked screen to instantly access the iOS 11 Notes application . It's almost like having a paper and a pen constantly handy.

But did you know that it is also possible to use these notes on your iPhone? That's right, you can create annotations on the locked screen of your smartphone ... and without using the Apple Pencil!

Create notes on the lock screen of the iPhone

Normally, this function requires the use of the Apple Pencil. But on the iPhone, simply with a tactile gesture and 3D Touch rendering will suffice.

To create a note from the lock screen of your iPhone follow these simple steps:

1. Prepare your iPhone with the screen locked.

2. Access the iOS 11 Control Center by sliding your finger from the bottom.

3. Then click on the Notes button.

If you can not access the Control Center from the lock screen, go to Settings> Touch ID and code and activate the option from "Allow access when blocked".

On the other hand, you can add the Notes button to your Control Center from Settings Settings> Control Center .
Create notes with 3D Touch from the lock screen

If you have an iPhone compatible with the 3D Touch function, you can follow these steps:

1. Access the Control Center.

2. Use the 3D Touch function on the Notes button.

3. Access additional functions such as: create new note, new photograph, new sketch, new task list ...

And that's how easy it is to use the annotations directly from the iPhone's lock screen. Do you have any doubt? We wait for you in the comments.

Via | Cult of Mac 

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