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How To Use Cut, Copy And Paste Feature On Apple iPhone 8 And iPhone 8 Plus

How To Use Cut, Copy And Paste Feature On Apple iPhone 8 And iPhone 8 Plus

There are up to three different methods that you can use to cut, copy and paste on your Apple iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. I’ll take time to explain these methods below.
These features that are available to edit on Apple iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are very effective and easy to use anywhere. But these features are sometimes hidden, making it difficult for Apple iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus owners to access them.
You can use these tools to effectively edit, highlight and even remove words from an email you are typing, or you just received. The cut, copy and paste features provides you with a lot of possibilities when editing a text on your Apple iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. You can make use of the tips below to understand how to use these features on your iPhone 8.
 
How to use the Cut, Copy and Paste feature on iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus
The most effective way to use these features on your Apple iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus is by clicking on what you want to use them on. You will need to tap and hold on the text you will like to edit. After pressing it for a few seconds, two blue bars with circular icons will appear.  Adjust the bars by dragging on the circular icon to select the text you want to copy and a menu bar will appear with a list of options which include select all, cut, copy and paste. You can now select the tool that you will like to use.
This will allow you to quickly copy the text and paste it whenever you want to using the same step. You can also make use of the select all option, and you can cut to remove words from a sentence.
For text messages, simply tap and hold the message bubble and a Copy window will appear at the bottom of your screen. Select Copy. Tap into the iMessage window you wish to paste the copied text to and Tap Paste.
Before you know it, you will become an experienced user of these tools on your iPhone.
 

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