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Seven iOS 10 Tips which will make your life easier

iOS 10
Seven iOS 10 Tips which will make your life easier
iOS 10 has been released for quite some time now and many of us have got that in our Apple iPhone and iPad’s.

As highlighted by Apple this iOS update is best till date, and the feature that has been included has proved it correct. Many of us know the big change that has changed with iOS 10, but like every OS there are some small features, tricks and hidden tips that can help you to get maximum out of your device with iOS 10.

Today in this article we are bringing you some of the small and pointed tips, tricks and small feature which will help you get maximum out of iOS 10 and make you day to day life easy with your iOS devices.

Unlock without pressing Home button

While we're on the subject of unlocking your iPhone or iPad, here's a quick tip. If you're sick of having to press the Home button (the sheer physical labor of it!) and prefer to just lightly rest your fingertip there like you used to do in iOS 9, open the Settings app and go to General > Accessibility > Home Button and tap Rest Finger to Open.

Customize your widgets

The Widgets window displays app information on your Home screen (without having to unlock your phone. By default, it displays weather, time and information from Calendar, News, Music, Batteries, and Reminders as well as Siri App Suggestions.

Tap any option to open the associated app (you may be asked to use Touch ID or Enter Passcode).
You can manage the widgets by tapping the Edit button. Here you can add, or remove items, and move Widgets between the left columns on the iPad.

Easily unsubscribe from mailing lists

iOS 10 makes unsubscribing from mailing lists easier than ever. Instead of having to go searching for an unsubscribe button, the Mail app in iOS 10 can detect if a particular message is part of a mailing list and, in turn, will display an easy to locate “unsubscribe” button towards the top of the page.

Read Receipts can now be accessed on a user-by-user basis

iOS 10 finally lets users toggle Read Receipts on and off on an individual basis. This is a nice change from previous iterations of iOS where the feature was either turned off completely or applied to everyone in a user’s contacts.

More than 100 new Emojis to choose from

iOS 10 is very Emoji friendly for a variety of reasons, not the least of which being that iOS 10 will incorporate more than 100 new emojis, As Apple describes it, the new emoji changes will bring “more gender options to existing characters, including new female athletes and professionals” while also adding “beautiful redesigns of popular emoji, a new rainbow flag and more family options.” You’ll also note that Emoji in iOS 10 are three times bigger than before.

Integrated VoIP support

Thanks to a new VoIP API, any calls you receive from a VoIP app like WhatsApp, Skype and Facebook will appear right on the iPhone lock screen as if it were a regular phone call.

Apple Maps integration with OpenTable

Apple really devoted a lot of resources towards improving everything about Apple Maps, from the navigation UI to the apps underlying functionality. One of the cooler new Apple Maps features iOS 10 users can look forward to is the ability to look up a restaurant on Apple Maps and book a reservation via OpenTable all without having to leave the app itself.

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