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7 great hidden features of iOS for iPhone and iPad

7 great hidden features of iOS for iPhone and iPad
According to my experience iOS is the best mobile OS available in the market. The best part about the OS is the user-friendly behavior and easy to manage settings. Personally, I am using iOS for last 6 years and I fill Android has still a long way to reach to that level.

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As a normal scenario, we all know that there are many hidden features available in the iOS which you can find by exploring or by reading the tips and tricks about the same. In this article, we are going to talk about 7 hidden features of iOS which will help you get the maximum out of your iPhone and iPad.

Stay Logged Into TV Apps

The iOS 10.2 update includes a new TV app. In addition to offering a single place to see the TV shows and movies that you are currently watching it solves a major issue.

You can sign in to your TV provider here and then it will keep you signed into the individual apps that networks and premium providers use.

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To get started, go to Settings -> TV -> and sign into your provider. You will then see options to connect accounts to the TV app.

Quick Access to Apple Music Controls

Once you update to iOS 10.2 or higher you can quickly adjust your Apple Music playback settings.

Swipe up from the bottom in the Apple Music app and you can see the options to control Shuffle, Repair, and Up Next.

Use Split View in Safari on iPad

When you are browsing a web page in Safari on the iPad you can now open up two pages next to each other. Press and hold on a link and then choose Open in Split view to launch two web pages next to each other. You can use each page independently. It’s awesome for comparison shopping.

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See Your Notifications Fast

When you pick up your iPhone, you can now see all your notifications without pushing a button. Raise to Wake is on by default, but you can turn it on in Settings -> Display& Brightness -> Raise to Wake if it isn’t already working. This allows you to quickly see your new notifications without pushing the home button or power button.

How to Change Flashlight Brightness

The iPhone flashlight on iOS 10 now supports 3D touch so that you can choose the brightness. Open the Control Center and then 3D Touch on the flashlight icon to choose the intensity of the light. It’s very handy for times when you just need a little light to find your Lightning cable and you don’t want to light up the bedroom.

Find Related Photos Fast

When you are looking at a photo in iOS 10 slides up to see related photos in the form of Moments and slide up more to Show Photos from this day. You can also Tap on Details to see this information and if saved the location of the photo.

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Go Back to Touch to Unlock

If you don’t like the new press to unlock option in iOS 10, you can go back to the way it was in iOS 9. This will take you back to rest to unlock and will unlock your iPhone as soon as you put your finger on the home button. Go to Settings -> General -> Accessibility -> Rest Finger to Open -> On. Here’s more on this change.

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