Your iPhone has so many incredible features, but for some reason, there are many hidden tips & tricks that will change the way you use your phone! Here are the top 6 of the top 13 you should know about!
Apple has one objective: Create the best-made gadgets on the market that will not require an instruction manual to operate. Yet, some of the best tips and hacks remain unknown unless you tap, double-tap and click from today till tomorrow.
Let’s break down the first 6 of our top tips:
- Calculator: Slide Erase
Yes! You can erase a number! Simply swipe left or right where the numbers are displayed, and it will delete the last number.
This will replace pressing C or AC to clear the numbers you already put in.
Bonus tip: You can copy or paste a number by holding down on the numbers shown.
- Silence Unknown Callers
Had enough of those annoying robocalls exploding on your phone?
It’s time to put any unknown number on silent, and only your contacts will ring.
Go to Settings > Phone > Silence Unknown Callers
- Stop Apps From Asking For Feedback
One of the very annoying things on apps, is the pop-up “Are you enjoying the app? Share/Review”.
Well, it’s time to turn off that feature!
Go to > Settings > iTunes & App Store >Toggle In-App Ratings & Reviews to “Off”
- Switch Wi-Fi Networks Faster & Bluetooth
No need to open Settings > Wi-Fi to choose a new wifi.
Open Control Center by swiping down diagonally on the top-right corner of your iPhone’s display, tap and hold your finger on the middle of the Wi-Fi. Then press and hold your finger on Wi-Fi bars icon to see a list of available networks
Same with the Bluetooth icon!
- Set A Timer Faster
If you use your iPhone timer frequently, there is a faster way to activate it!
Swipe down on your screen to access the Control Center, and instead of tapping the timer, press and hold it! You’ll have an option to swipe your finger up to increase the time (max 2 hours) and hit “Start”.
- Access The ‘123” Menu Faster
You can just hold the 123 button, slide your thumb to the character you want to use, then lift your thumb up off your screen. This will add the character, and return your keyboard to normal.
This is instead of tapping the ‘123’ menu to access the characters not on the main keyboard, and then tapping ‘ABC’ to go back.