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7 hidden tips of iOS 10.3 for iPhone users

iOS 10.3
7 hidden tips of iOS 10.3 for iPhone users
Apple has released iOS 10.3 to the general public couple of months back, an update which is likely to be the last major release of iOS 10; at this point in the year, work usually begins in earnest on the next major release of iOS, which will be revealed at WWDC in June.





The update is available for everything that runs iOS 10: the iPhone 5 and newer, the fourth-generation iPad and newer, the iPad Mini 2 and newer, both iPad Pros, and the sixth-generation iPod Touch.

So, if you are also one of them using iOS 10.3 on your iPhone then this article is meant for you. In this article, we are going to talk about the 7 hidden features of iOS 10.3 which will help you get the maximum out of your device.

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Select apps to be installed first

If you're recovering your iPhone or installing multiple apps, you can control which apps are installed first by doing a long press on any app waiting to be downloaded on the home screen and then tapping the Prioritize Download option.

This requires a device with 3D Touch.

Set a read receipt preferences





Now you can set your read receipt preferences by clicking on the "I" icon found at the top-right of iMessage window, then turn read receipts on or off.

This setting syncs across all your devices.

Customize the appearance of Message

If you're sending a message to other iPhone or iPad users using iMessage then you can animate the message to give it a bit more impact. Just press and hold the send message blue arrow to uncover Bubble and Screen options.

Draw your Message





Again in iMessage, rotate your device by 90 degrees to get access to an option that allows you to draw your message and send it to other iMessage users.

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Find your Apple watch

I know a lot of people requested this feature, and now it's present as part of Find My iPhone.

Change the way you unlock your iPhone

Apple tweaked the way you unlock your iPhone with the Touch ID sensor, but if this new feature annoys you there is a way to make it work like it did in iOS 9.

Go to Settings > General > Accessibility > Home Button and enable Rest Finger to Open.





Delete those unwanted Apps

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Apple's own apps used to be a fixed feature, and the best you could do was hide them from view. But now you can delete apps such as Main, Stocks, and Weather just like you'd delete any other app (and if you change your mind, they're in the App Store).


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