By: Ryan Stinson, Wired, February 19, 2019 05:03:03By the time you read this, your device will probably be dead and buried.
For many people, the first thing they do when they open their new phone is make sure they have a phone case, which they will be able to swap out if it falls apart or becomes too big for their hands.
It’s not uncommon for people to remove their phone case and flip it over to take their screen out of the phone entirely.
However, that may not be what you want.
There are a few reasons why some people may want to flip over their phone to take out its case.
The first, and perhaps most important, is the fact that it might make for an aesthetically pleasing device.
The iPhone X, the iPhone XS, and the new OnePlus 3 are all made of aluminum, and they all have curved screens that are not necessarily ideal for taking a photo.
That being said, there are some reasons to flip your phone over in the first place.
First, because the edges are more rounded.
This may not sound like a big deal at first, but there are times when you may want a device that is slightly more rounded in the corners.
For example, if you are trying to take a selfie or something similar, it might be a good idea to flip the phone over and take a photo that has more room.
It could also be a nice way to add a little extra grip when you need it.
The edges are also a good way to make sure that you have a solid grip in your hands, since you can just slide your thumb across the screen to adjust the angles.
If you are using a curved screen, you may also want to make your phone’s corners a little more rounded so that it doesn’t have a sharp edge.
You could even take a picture with a flat phone, but then flip it so that the corners of the image are a little rounded to make it look more natural.
This could be especially helpful if you have an older phone that you want to take off the charger and replace with a newer one.
It’s not a bad idea to get a phone that is a little larger than your hands to flip it upside down so that you can take a shot.
A phone like the iPhone 9 Plus, for example, might make sense to flip horizontally so that your hands are free from the phone’s screen.
Flip it this way so that, for instance, your thumb is touching the bottom edge of the screen instead of the top.
Flip this way too, and you’re almost done.
The second reason to flip an iPhone over is that it can help prevent the phone from becoming a nuisance.
You may not even realize that your phone is getting flipped, but it can still be distracting to the user.
For instance, if your phone was accidentally left in a drawer while you were walking outside, you could end up having to flip this device upside down because it would cause a lot of noise.
Another example is if you had a phone in your purse while you went out for a walk, you would need to flip down the screen so that all of your phone would be in one place.
The final reason to have your phone flipped upside down is that you may not need to remove it entirely.
This is especially true if you do have a camera that is locked or if your camera is a removable one.
For these situations, flipping your phone upside down will make the camera snap away with the screen out, leaving your phone completely unlocked.
Flip your phone sideways so that any camera attached to the phone can be easily removed.
If you are going to be taking a picture of something that is going to take up a large amount of space, you might want to leave your phone off the phone case so that that it’s not visible when you take the picture.
This is the second time that I have written about the flip-up screen.
You can read the first article in this series here.
If this is your first time flipping your device, I suggest taking a few minutes to take some pictures with your phone to see how it feels before you make the decision to flip.