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Seven Essential tips to make most out of iPhone 6S & 6S Plus

iPhone 6S
Seven Essential tips to make most out of iPhone 6S & 6S Plus
iPhone 6S is one of the best device Apple has produced till date and is backed up with lots of features and new technologies like 3D touch and more.

Getting up to speed with the new input method can take some time, so we’ve compiled a list of all the sweet little features you probably didn’t know about.

Here is the list of seven essential tips to make most out of your iPhone 6S and 6S plus

Adjust 3D Touch sensitivity

Mastering the perfect amount of pressure to apply for a Peek instead of a Pop can take some getting used to. It’s a little bit easier to use 3D Touch if you change its sensitivity from Medium pressure too Light. You can also change it to Firm if you have a habit of pressing too hard. Just go to Settings >> General>> Accessibility >> 3D Touch.

3D Touch to turn keyboard into trackpad

Selecting a segment of text on an iPhone screen can be a pain, but 3D Touch makes it much easier. Just firm-press on the keyboard to turn it into a trackpad. You can then slide left and right to move the cursor. Hard-press to start highlighting text, then copy, cut or paste it as need be.

Peek at websites without visiting them

The best thing about 3D Touch is its ability to let you peek at other apps without leaving the one you’re in. For instance, if a friend sends you a web link, you can firm-press on it to bring up a card preview of the page, and then choose Open link, add to Reading List or Copy.

Adjust video settings for higher/lower FPS

4K video is going to hog up way more storage space than Live Photos will. You can toggle between 1080p at 30 FPS, 720p at 30 FPS, 1080p at 60 FPS and 4K at 30 FPS by going to Settings >> Photos and Camera >> Record Video.

Text Shortcuts

Do you type the word Triskaidekaphobia all the time while you’re texting? Go to Settings > General > Keyboard > Text Replacement and tap the plus symbol. Then input Triskaidekaphobia in the Phrase field and something like tdp in the Shortcut field. Now, every time you type “tdp” your iPhone will auto-correct it to “Triskaidekaphobia.”

Head Control

Apple’s iOS platform has the most robust set of accessibility features available. While they’re aimed at users with special needs, many of them are also handy for others. Try this: got to Settings > General > Accessibility > Switch Control. Turn it on, tap Switches, and then add Camera as a new Switch. Once you do that, you’ll be able to configure specific actions that will take place when you move your head to the right or the left while looking at the iPhone’s display.

Hide Unwanted Apple Apps

This is a feature that tons of users wish for. Little do they know… it’s already there. Go to Settings > General > Restrictions and enable them by entering your PIN or passcode. Then slide toggles to off next to any Apple apps that you want to hide from your home screens. Never want to look at that awful News icon again? Done.

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