Use the Home button on your iPhone as a shortcut Video
Use the Home button on your iPhone as a shortcut Video Transcript
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>> If you're listening to music on your iPhone or iPod Touch and the screen goes to sleep, you probably hate unlocking it and going back inside iPod application when you wanna change tracks. I'm Brian Tong with CNET.com and in today's Quick Tip we'll show you how to do it the easy way. Now right now, I'm bumping to my music and if I wanna get access to change the tracks or volume, all you have to do is double tap the Home button and the display window shows up like this. Now as long as you're listening to your music, you can do this anytime with your iPhone or iPod Touch. Now, let's say you're just using your iPhone or iPod Touch without any music being played, double-tapping on the Home button this time takes you to your Favorites for making calls. Now, Wise Masaomi [phonetics] from Toronto gave me the friendly reminder about this tip because I use them all the time, but not everyone knows about it. So there you have it, I'm Brian Tong with CNET.com and there's your iPhone and iPod Touch Quick Tips for double tapping on the Home button. ^M00:00:54 [ Music ]
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