6 iPhone tricks you’ll use time after time

Are you familiar with your iPhone or iPad’s user guide? Would you mind reading it from cover to cover? You probably forgot about the user guide when you received the new Apple gear because you were so excited. Some clever tricks are hidden deep inside its pages, and it’s too bad you can’t find them. Here are the 6 iPhone tricks you’ll use time after time.

6 iPhone tricks you’ll use time after time
6 iPhone tricks you’ll use time after time

Fortunately, there are some exciting, practical iPhone tips and tricks. There’s a good chance that you’ve never heard of one or two of these, even if you’re an Apple fan. What are you waiting for now that you’ve read about iPhone tricks? Are you ready to make life easier and impress your family and friends? Let’s get started.

Zoom in

On your iPhone. Do you often find it hard to read it without reading glasses? If so, are you using a hands-free holder that places your screen too far away so you can’t read directions or maps? You can easily enlarge everything on your screen with this quick tip. You must have an iPhone Plus to use this.

You can set your device’s display zoom to any size. Navigate to Settings >> Display & Brightness >> View >> Display Zoom.

All your photos and videos will appear.

When you send someone a picture or video, do you ever look it over? Everyone has done it. You are the only one who takes meaningful photos of your life. Wouldn’t it be nice if someone texted you a bunch of pictures?

If you’ve ever sent someone a video or photo, you may not know there’s a simple way to review them. The timeline is like a fun and emotional scroll that will make you laugh and cry.

To find detailed information about someone in Messages, open the thread with that person >> click the Details icon. Then you can view all the photos that have been sent to this person and vice versa.

Restart your iPhone to get things going again

You can give your iPhone some pep next time it slows down by restarting it. You could do this instead of losing all your open apps.

By holding down the power button until you see the message “Slide to power off,” you will be able to power off your device. After that, hold down the Home button for about five seconds to turn it off.

Quickly recharge your phone.

Consider that you only have a few minutes before boarding a flight or going into a meeting to grab as much battery charge as possible. You can charge a bit quicker by putting your phone in Airplane Mode.

You can turn off all your Apple gadget’s radios, including cellular, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth when using Airplane Mode. It will save you the energy it would otherwise use to power those transmitters, but it will also prevent your gadget from downloading a big attachment accidentally.

Tap the aeroplane icon on the far left of the Control Center to access the Airplane Mode from the Home Screen. You can also enable Airplane Mode in Settings. You’ll see a plane icon at the top left corner of the screen once the icon turns green.

Passwords with letters are safer.

There used to be a limit of four digits for creating a passcode on iPhones. It allows only 10,000 combinations of passwords when you do the math. Take into account the fact that someone watching you may be able to see your passcode. If you have a close friend or family member, they might guess your four-digit passcode by knowing your birthday, street address, or another PIN you frequently use.

Select Settings >> Touch ID & Passcode >> Tap Turn Passcode On >> Enter a six-digit passcode or tap Passcode Options and choose from the list above >> Enter your passcode again to confirm it and activate it.

You can take a picture without unlocking the screen.

Wouldn’t it be terrible if you missed the perfect picture? I’m sure you understand what I mean. You just have to share it with the world when your dog, cat, or child does something incredibly adorable.

Sometimes, though, you miss capturing those moments. The moment your child looks up at you with a big smile as you grab the iPhone, unlock the lock screen, open the photo app, and take the picture is long gone.

Do not let this opportunity pass you by. You can access your camera by tapping the camera icon in the lower right-hand corner of your lock screen instead. It is now open and ready for use.

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