In the case of the iPhone 5, we have one in the front, one on the back, around the camera area, and one on the bottom - a setup that pretty much ensures directional coverage from all angles, regardless of the phone's position.
You can use external microphones/inputs with any of the following iOS devices: iPad (audio recording), iPad 2/new iPad/iPad mini (audio or video recording) iPhone 3G, iPhone 3Gs, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5 (audio or video recording)
Bottom microphone This microphone is used for phone calls. It's located at the bottom of your iPhone on the left side of your lightning port.
The microphone on the top is a tiny hole next to the headphone port. When you hold the iPhone up to your ear and speak into the bottom microphone during a phone call, the top microphone is used to perform some noise cancellation trickery.
Go to Settings > Privacy > Microphone. Make sure that the app is enabled. If the app has permission to access your microphone, or if it isn't listed, contact the app developer.
The microphone is a small hole, embedded in a pinhole. This is why it may not be easy to locate. Integrated, or built-in, microphones are often found at the top of the display and at the bottom of your iPhone.
First, Test And Inspect Your iPhone's Microphone This is because your iPhone has three microphones: one on the back for recording video audio, one on the bottom for speakerphone calls and other voice recordings, and one in the earpiece for phone calls.
There is one on the bottom of the phone to the left of the Lightning jack; the other is on the back next to the camera. The back microphone is used for noise cancellation when on a call and for recording sound with video.
These models have 3 microphone locations:
It's placed on the left side of the Lightning charging port, hidden in the speaker grilles for the newer iPhones. Those on older iPhones won't find a speaker grille, and instead, will see a single hole-punch cutout in the frame for the microphone housing.
Not sure where all the mics are? You should have one at the bottom of the phone (look for the series of small holes), one at the top in the notch (it's a long, rectangular cutout), and the third is on the back of the phone — the small pinpoint-sized hole near the camera lenses.
Answer: A: iOS does not have a clipboard feature. The most you can do it hold on the content (i.e text or picture) and select copy then hold on where you want to paste it, then click the paste button that will appear.
Find the serial number or IMEI on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
Check the volume setting on your iPhone. You can adjust the volume by pressing the volume up and down buttons on the left side of the iPhone.
It can also help with recording fuller audio in your 1080 video footage taken with the iPhone 5, improve Siri's recognition of your accents, make for clearer conference and FaceTime calls, and so on.