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Seven iOS 10 tips to make maximum out of it

iOS 10
Seven iOS 10 tips to make maximum out of it
Apple has launched its new mobile OS iOS 10, which according to them is the best ever iOS version Apple has produced till now.




Some of the features are really awesome in the OS, today in this article we are going to talk about the seven such features which has changed in iOS 10. These tips will help you to get maximum out of your device.

We will be coming up with the series of article which will help you to understand all the hidden tips of iOS 10. To get all the updates in your mail box you can subscribe to our website by subscribing to our RSS feeds you can also like us on Facbook, follow us on Twitter & Instagram.
So let’s start the hidden feature list.

Swipe different

The lockscreen has become much more useful in iOS 10, for example:
  • Swipe right to left to open Camera app
  • Swipe left to right to access things like music, weather, public transport info and any other app that supports this mode that you choose to add.
  • Swipe down to access Notifications – Devices with 3D Touch can act on incoming Notifications without needing to launch the relevant app.
  • You add or remove widgets using the Edit button at the bottom of widget windows.



Safari

On an iPad, iOS 10 lets you open two Safari browser windows side-by-side (Split View). It works like this:

  • Tap the + to open a second tab, now tap, hold and drag that tab to the right of the X, your Safari browser window should shrink slightly and display a grey area.
  • Drop the second tab in that great area and the second window should open.
  • You can drag tabs between the two browsers, but you cannot use app multitasking while in Safari split view mode.

Raise to Wake

If enabled the new Raise to Wake feature (available in Settings>Display % Brightness) means you will gain instant access to Notifications view when you raise your device. Of course, you may not want to enable this feature if you’re accustomed to leaving your device in shared spaces.

Work together

When you write a new Note you’ll find a new Share icon at top right. Tap this and you can choose to add people to collaborate on the Note. You can also invite people to work with you using an email, Twitter and other services.

Must Read: Five feature that has changed with iOS 10

Quick response

The fastest way to respond to an incoming iMessage is to double tap on the incoming one to access some quick and easy responses: Thumbs up, a love heart, thumbs down, question mark, exclamation mark and ha-ha.




Remove apps: remove stock apps

Apple has finally bowed to the wishes of its customers and is allowing you to remove its stock apps from the Home screen.

There are a few exceptions. Find iPhone and Feedback are locked, as is Playground on our iPad for some reason. But you can get rid of Apple Maps, FaceTime, Calendar and even the iTunes Store if you want.

Must Read: 10 iOS 10 Features which Apple didn’t talk on the launch

Apps you have removed can be re-installed from the App Store. Open the App Store app and search for the app.

Tips for iOS 10: Bedtime in Clock

The Clock app now has a new feature, called Bedtime. Bedtime sets a recurring wake-up alarm and a gentle reminder when it's time to go to bed. Open Clock and tap Bedtime > Get Started.

Bedtime asks what time you want to wake up, tap next and deselect the days the alarm should not go off.


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