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Thursday, March 24, 2011


You probably already knew the iPhone’s Spotlight Search capability is designed to mimic the universal search function found in other devices, but what you may not have known is that you can remove items from the list of indexed sources to speed up your device, or just eliminate items you never search for. To access the Spotlight Search settings, access Settings and tap General, Home Button, and Spotlight Search. You can rearrange the sources to give a higher priority to Mail, for instance, by tapping the right side of the Mail source and dragging it up to the top of the list. You can also tap the checkmarks on the left side of each source to eliminate them from Spotlight Searches. Reducing the number of sources here can also speed up your searches.

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