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5 hidden tips for iPhone 7 & iPhone 7 Plus

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5 hidden tips for iPhone 7 & iPhone 7 Plus 
Apple last year two new awesome devices iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, but as not as per the expectation of people from the device. The device was little to offer when it comes on the name of an upgrade.

All though the device was not that great when compared with iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s plus, it is a good device to have a look. So, if you own of this device then in this article we have some great hidden tips to share with you.

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Track Your Sleep

As part of the Apple Health program, you can now take control of your sleep with Bedtime. Bedtime allows you set and track the number of hours you need sleep. Set the ideal amount of sleep you would like to get each day, the time you need to wake up and which days you would like an alarm. The feature will tell you what time your head needs to hit the pillow each night and alert you at that time.

Tap the Options button in the top left corner of the display to change the alarm sound and the reminder time. All of this can be set via the Clock app.

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Make Movies Out Of Memories

The new photos albums automatically make Memories out of your photos and videos. These collections can be played as a slideshow. You can further personalize the slideshow by going to Photos > Memories > Tap Video > Tap Video Again to access user controls > Tap Menu (The horizontal lines in the bottom right.) From there you change the title, add music, adjust the length of your slideshow and even customize the photos and videos that appear.

Skip The Home Button All Together

Now you can skip using the home button to wake your iPhone altogether. Instead, you can opt to have your iPhone wake by simply lifting it up. Toggle this feature on and off by going to Settings > Display & Brightness > Raise to Wake.

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Find the New Camera Shortcut

Before iOS 10 you were able to access your camera directly from the lock screen. With iOS 10 that option seems to have disappeared but never fear, it’s just as easy and as quick to access your camera from the lock screen. Simply swipe left and opens your camera automatically!

You Don’t Have to Double Click

Miss the ability to simply run your fingerprint over the home button to access your iPhone? You still have that option. Simply go to Settings > General > Accessibility > Home Button and select Rest Finger To Open.

While you’re there, you also have the option of changing the way it feels when you do “click” the home button.

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