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IN Science & Technology ON 19 Apr, 2016
After analysing the success of iPads, Apple decided to come up with the most innovative creation in smartphones and this is what led to the rise of iPhones.
With its kickass features and mind blowing technology, iPhone has now become one of the top-selling smartphone companies in the world. Well, apart from its excellent work functions, its features are quite tricky to use. Yes, there is no doubt that it offers a lot of easy key features that are designed to make your life easier but many of us struggle to understand those hidden tricks.
Down here, I have compiled ten iPhone tricks that most of you might not have discovered yet in your Apple handset.
Once you get a hang of these tricks, you'll definitely be in love with your device more.
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A long-press on the screen lock while using your Camera app can give you the perfect focus and exposure.
Don't like fingerprint scanners on your iPhone? Don't worry, switch to passcode to get a more secure lock.
You or your kids can accidentally spend money on your credit cards while playing any online game. To avoid this, Apple has created a feature where you just have to go to your settings and then have to turn ON enable restrictions with a passcode, where you'll find the option to disable in-app purchases.
Delete your text messages simply with a shake on your iPhone, and if you want your deleted text back, then just shake your iPhone again to redo it.
Set the amount of time you wish to listen to your music and then allow the device to turn off the play track automatically.
You can simply take pictures through your iPhone earbuds while pressing the volume button on it. This allows for more flexibility during capturing photos and videos.
With Siri, you can get to know which aeroplane and at what angle it is flying above you. Something really unique and amazing!
iPhone has a perfect ''shortcuts options'' which other smartphones don't provide. It allows you to set the type phrase you want. For example, if you want to write the long sentences like 'Do your work,' you can simply setup your keyboard shortcut for that phrase as 'DYW.'
Isn't this amazing?