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Seven iPhone and iPad tips and tricks to get maximum out of your device

Seven iPhone and iPad tips and tricks  to get maximum out of your device
iPhone and iPad is the best phone in its class, with best technology and options. Many of us use both the device in day to day life, while many use one. But as we always say many of us is using only 50% of the total capability of the device, to use maximum we need tips and tricks.

In this article we are going to talk about the seven such tips which will help you get maximum out of your iPhone and iPad.

Make use of offline Google Maps when traveling abroad

While you’ve still got internet access, go to the area you want to save. In the search bar, type “ok maps” and the map will be cached for offline use.

This is also super useful for iPads that are only Wi-Fi enabled.

Turn on Guided Access while a child is playing with your phone or iPad.

Guided Access, once turned on, keeps users from errantly clicking or tapping within an app and ending up someplace they’re not supposed to be, or deleting something accidentally.

First, you need to go to Settings > General > Accessibility > Guided Access and turn it on. You’ll also want to turn on the Accessibility Shortcut.

Triple-click the home button in whichever app you want to turn it on for. From here, you can select any buttons that you don’t want clicked. Or you can also disable the home button while keeping the touchscreen on.

You can use ANY Bluetooth keyboard with your iPhone or iPad.

You can now easy make your iPhone or iPad into minicomputer and this all can be possible with the Bluetooth keyboard. You can use any Bluetooth keyboard to connect.

When ending a sentence, instead of typing a period and then a space, just tap the space bar twice.

Tapping the space bar twice adds a full stop, a space, and capitalizes the next letter. It may not seem like much, but when you’re composing a lengthy message, this little hack will really improve the speed of your typing once it becomes second nature.

Swipe right to left to banish a banner notification

Very important to know this when that embarrassing sext shows up suddenly on your screen. When it appears you have to swipe the notification to right or left to get rid of this.

Use this little trick when you want to go back and forth between the alpha and numeric keyboard.

Like, maybe you want to type a password that is a mix of letters and numbers. Click the “123” button and slide up to the character you want to input. When you let go, the screen will jump back to the alphabet keyboard.

Quickly get to the Camera app without having to unlock your phone

Swipe up on the little camera icon in the bottom right corner of your home screen. The Camera app will open, bypassing the unlock screen.

This is especially handy when something incredibly photo-worthy is happening and you need to access your camera ASAP. It’s also great when handing your phone to others for taking photos — they won’t need to enter in your password.

Source: Buzzfeed

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