10 of the best iPhone tips and tricks released by Apple Support team
|10 of the best iPhone tips and tricks released by Apple Support team|
Apple builds countless shortcuts and other hidden tricks into all of its products, especially the iPhone. Although most of the pro-tips are documented in Apple's user manuals, many people don't know about them.
If you want to use your iPhone with maximum efficiency, you've got to learn the tricks. So today we are going to talk about the ten tips released by Apple to get maximum out of your device in this article we will talk only which has been released by Apple's official support Twitter account, @applesupport, tweets some of Apple's best tips when it's not helping users fix problems.
This is quietly one of the most useful screens on your iPhone.
No surprises: Check app battery usage for a fresh look at how you’re using power. pic.twitter.com/trI5RBsot6— Apple Support (@AppleSupport) June 24, 2016
If you have an iPhone 6S, this is an easy way to peek at a map from Messages.
Meeting a friend? It’s easy to use 3D Touch for directions without leaving Messages on #iPhone6s. Here’s how: pic.twitter.com/xOObSp6EyA— Apple Support (@AppleSupport) April 16, 2016
You don't need a scanner to sign documents.
Signed, sealed, delivered. pic.twitter.com/Yq5jxJUILw— Apple Support (@AppleSupport) July 12, 2016
Need more camera control?
Want to take your iPhone photo skills to the next level? Try these tips for awesome still photos! 📷 pic.twitter.com/zW67GaDVVY— Apple Support (@AppleSupport) May 4, 2016
Did you know that FaceTime offers different views? Flip the camera to show off your perspective in real-time. pic.twitter.com/ZwioK677Of— Apple Support (@AppleSupport) April 20, 2016
So that's what the microphone button is for.
This tip only works with an iPhone 6S, but it could change the way you use your camera.
Want to send an extra special iMessage? Use an audio message to reach out to long-distance loved ones. pic.twitter.com/uy58mF7QzE— Apple Support (@AppleSupport) April 24, 2016
There's a super simple shortcut to check out drafts on the Apple Mail app.One of our favorite camera tips: Quick Actions let you stay in the moment and capture the perfect video. #iPhone6shttps://t.co/CMd5AnhVSw— Apple Support (@AppleSupport) May 1, 2016
Good things to spend time searching for: treasure, adventure, inner peace. Bad things: email drafts. pic.twitter.com/FbGIQPoN88— Apple Support (@AppleSupport) May 15, 2016
This is what to do if Siri keeps butchering your name
Add bold and italics to your emailsSiri’s always learning. Except for when we tried to teach Siri to juggle. That one’s on us, though. pic.twitter.com/k8UOKmhNrE— Apple Support (@AppleSupport) May 17, 2016
Saving time is a good thing. So we created a Shortcut Bar that adapts to what you're doing. pic.twitter.com/C6RNuN1LsG— Apple Support (@AppleSupport) May 18, 2016