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Best and hidden features of iOS for iPhone and iPad

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Best and hidden features of iOS for iPhone and iPad
iOS is the brain of Apple which helps to get the maximum out of your great iPhone hardware. But there are many features which are built in the iOS and they are great to help you do many existing things.




Today we are going to talk about the 6 tips of iOS which are great and hidden and these features will blow your mind. But before we move ahead to use these features make sure your devices are running on iOS 10 and above.
How to redial numbers with ease in iOS 10

Redialing numbers is easy if the number is for someone in your contacts, or if you haven't cleared the recently called list. Two more ways to redial numbers are:

Use Siri and say, "Redial the last number."

Tap on the green Call button once in the Keypad tab in the Phone app, which will place the last dialed number in the text field at the top of the screen. Tap the button again to place the call.




How to set a custom vibration pattern based on caller in iOS 10

Silent mode is what many people use when they're at work, or during other events that require a silent phone, but on silent mode, you cannot tell who is calling if the phone is in your pocket. By setting a custom vibration pattern, you can more easily distinguish between callers without looking at the screen.




To change the vibration pattern for a particular contact, perform the following steps.

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  • Open the Phone app and navigate to the Contacts tab.
  • Select a contact.
  • Select the Edit button.
  • Select Ringtone | Vibration | Create New Vibration.
  • Tap on the screen to create the vibration pattern.
  • Tap Save when you're finished recording.
  • This custom vibration pattern will be used whenever this contact calls your iPhone.


Send iMessages with fireworks, confetti, or lasers

Perhaps the coolest addition to iMessage via iOS 10 is the five screen effects. You can make your iMessage explode with balloons, fireworks, confetti, lasers, or shooting stars.




You can access the iOS 10’s new screen effects by writing out your message in iMessage as usual, and then force touching the blue arrow to the right of the text box.

When the “Send with Effect” box pops up, click “Screen”.

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Send smaller photos to save data

If you’re the type to go a little shutter-crazy with your iPhone’s camera and stretch the limits of your tiered data plan, here’s a quick fix for you. You can send scaled-down images to save on space.




Simply go to Settings > Messages > Enable Low-Quality Image Mode.

Close all your tabs on Safari with one tap

It’s easy to forget to close tabs on your iPhone. The iOS 10 update makes closing your millions of open tabs do-able in one tap.
To close all your open tabs, simply open Safari and tap and hold the tabs icon in the bottom right corner. Finally, tap “Done”. You’ll then see an option to close all your tabs.




Use your iPhone as a magnifying glass

Need a closer look at something? iOS 10 has a magnifying glass made specifically for users with vision problems or those who have trouble reading small text.

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To enable your iPhone’s magnifier, go to “Settings”. Tap “General” and then “Accessibility”. Tap “Magnifier” and then turn the toggle on.


1 comment:

  1. According to my opinion, Android phones have more features than Apple.

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