The iPhone is a line of smartphones developed and sold by Apple Inc. Until mid-2010, shortly after the introduction of the iPad, the iPhone used Apple’s mobile operating system iOS, known as the “iPhone OS”. The first iPhone was launched on June 29, 2007, its user interface was fully developed on its multi-touch screen, including a virtual keyboard. The iPhone has both Wi-Fi and cellular connections (2G, 3G and 4G).
There is an application on the iPhone built-in or the standard application, namely the Notes application. Notes is an app developed by Apple that uses the Notes app to jot down important notes, sketch ideas, and more. And with iCloud you can keep the latest notes on all devices, then you can open all these notes through the iCloud account on all platforms by visiting the iCloud.com site and under no circumstances share your iCloud account information with anyone else, so your data and information stay safe.
So this note-taking application is very useful for those of you who write small notes a lot, but have you ever noticed that you can take new notes if your iPhone is locked or needs to open the notes application. This will make it easier for you to take new notes, and it is sure to be a very simple method. Right after the tutorial:
1. Enter P. aArrangement – Scroll down, tap Remarks.
2. Scroll down – Tap Access Notes from the lock screen.
3. Tap Always create a new note – Now access with locked iPhone – Swipe right – Tap show more.
4. Tap the square icon in the lower left to create a new note – Start writing notes – When you’re done, tap complete.
This is a tutorial on how to make a new note from Lock screen on the iPhone iOS 11. Hopefully useful.