If you have an Apple iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus and want to know how to cut, copy, and paste, that’s perfectly understandable. Even on a computer, no one wants to have to retype something word for word. On a phone, it would be even more annoying. Luckily, the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus have these features. Below, we’ll explain how to do all three of these on the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
The cut, copy, and paste features on the Apple iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are effective, fast, and powerful, but these features are kind of hidden. However, you can still quickly access these tools. All of these features basically work the same way as it would with your Windows PC or Mac. With the cut, copy, and paste tools, you can easily highlight and remove words, or copy them from a text to an email, and many other possibilities. The following are instructions on how to cut, copy, and past on the Apple iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
How to Cut, Copy, and Paste on iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus
The best way to copy, cut, or paste on the Apple iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus is to select the text that you want to copy, cut, or paste. Then press and hold on the text you want to edit. After you long press on the text, a menu bar will appear at the top of the screen, with options saying select all, cut, copy, and paste. Then just select on the tool you want to use for the text. If you’re using these tools while browsing the Internet on the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, you also have the option of sharing the text with the iOS share button, or even to do a quick Google Search with the search magnifying glass. Drag the tabs through the desired text that you want to copy, and after that you’re done. Then you can quickly copy it, and paste later with the same long press. When you’re in an empty text field, just long press to open a pop-up saying Paste and select Paste to add the selected text that you have copied from before.
Another option is to select all, cut to remove sentences, and use the cut, copy, and paste hidden tools in many other ways. After some time, you’ll start being a power user of the cut, copy, and paste feature as you get more experienced with them. Soon enough, first hand experience will teach you how useful they can be.