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List of incredible things that you can do with your iPhone

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List of incredible things that you can do with your iPhone 
iPhone is one of the best smart device available in the world and that gives you the power of doing many things with few clicks. But unfortunately, many of the iPhone users are not able to enjoy their device to the fullest. There are many reasons behind that and one of the biggest reason for that he has the lack of knowledge about the features and things that he/she can do with their device.




So, in this article, we are going to talk about some of the cool features of iPhone which will make your life more joyful and you will be able to make most out of the world best smart device.
Send Audio and Video Messages that Self-destruct

You can send audio snippets and video messages that expire after two minutes. If you head to Settings > Messages and scroll to the bottom, you’ll notice a section for audio and video messages. You can choose to let them expire after two minutes or never.




You can set your phone to perform certain actions when triple clicking the home button

Within the accessibility settings, there’s an option at the very bottom of the page called “Accessibility Shortcut.” From there, you can program your home button to activate zoom, assisted touch, voice over controls, and other features with a triple click.

It has a built in back button

Unlike a lot of Android phones, the iPhone has no dedicated back button. To essentially achieve the same effect, however, just swipe your finger from the left edge of your screen to the right. It’ll take you back to the page you were previously on.

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Respond to texts without unlocking your phone




You can respond to texts directly from your lock screen by pulling down on the notification drawer and swiping over to the left on the text notification. You’ll see a “Reply” option, and tapping it will let you type a response without having to unlock your iPhone.

Respond to texts while you’re in an app

If you’re in an app, you can swipe down from the top and access the notification drawer to answer a text the same way you would on the lock screen




You can change Siri’s Gender

Tired of the same old Siri? Go to settings > general > Siri, and scroll down to “voice gender.” Here you can give Siri a male voice.

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Use Siri hands-free

You don’t always have to hold down the home button to launch Siri. If you have the new iPhone 6S, just say the phrase “Hey Siri” to launch Apple’s virtual assistant (any phones older than the iPhone 6S must be plugged into a power outlet for this feature to work). Just head over to Settings > General > Siri and turn on “Enable Hey Siri” first.




Control your iPhone by simply moving your head

This is the feature buried in the Accessibility section. Navigate to Settings > General > Accessibility and then scroll down to the “Interaction” subhead and tap “Switch Control.” Tap “Switches” and “Add New Switch.” Select “Camera” and choose “Left Head Movement” or “Right Head Movement.” Then pick an action under the “System” menu, which essentially tells you what task your head movement, will trigger. I chose Siri, so each time I tilt my head to the left it automatically launches Siri.

Save battery by putting your phone in grayscale mode




If you’re running low on juice and just need basic functionality from your iPhone, try switching it to grayscale mode to save power. Just head to Settings > General > Accessibility and tap “Grayscale.”


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