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9 hidden tips of iPhone which will blow your mind

iPhone X

The biggest secret about the iPhone is its full of features some are well known while some of them are hidden in its settings. The moment you start digging deep into your device you start finding new things.

Here are 9 iPhone hints you’ll probably use every day. None of them are particularly hard to find, but all of them make a difference to how you use your Apple smartphone.

Speakerphone the easy way

Want to call someone on speakerphone? Just ask Siri to dial the number thusly: “Siri, call [name of an active contact from your contacts book] on speakerphone.” Get more iPhone call secrets here.


Fingers and thumbs (actually, just thumbs)

Enable Reachability in Settings>General>Accessibility and in the future you can make the top part of the screen lower itself to within reach of your thumb at the bottom of the display just by double-tapping the Home button/indicator, or return it to the top of the screen by double tapping once again. iPhone X users will like that they can also access Control Center by swiping up from the lower right of the display in this mode.

Refuse the call

When you receive a call and can’t speak at the time, you may just ignore the ring. But if you’re smart, you’ll use the indicators that appear on the incoming call screen. There you’ll see the name of the contact and a pair of icons. If you tap Message you can choose a text message to send to the caller explaining why you can’t pick up, or tap Remind Me to set a Reminder to call them back.


Swift charging

When you have only a few moments to charge up your iPhone — you might be about to set off for a meeting — your device will recharge a whole lot faster if you switch it to AirPlane Mode before you connect it to power. 

Silence please

That clicking sound the keyboard makes? It’s annoying. Turn it off in Settings>Sounds>Keyboard Clicks. Everyone near you will thank me for you doing this.

Das CAPITALIZE

Typing, and want to WRITE IN CAPITALS because you think using them helps REINFORCE your point (or saves you from needing to defend it)? I won’t call that sad, but I will tell you how it’s done: Double tap Shift to activate Caps Lock

Expenses

Do you need to collect receipts for your expenses claim? Use Notes. Create a new note called Expenses Claims, tap the Plus button at the bottom of the note, then tap Scan Document and scan the receipt using your camera. You can then edit the results.


Maps control

You can double tap to zoom in Maps. Even better, keep holding after the second tap when you double tap to zoom in and out of the map just by moving that your finger up and down the screen.

Safari word search


On a website using Safari and looking for a specific word? Just type that word in the search bar and scroll down the predictive options the On This Page section. Tap the word to find each instance of it on the page.

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