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iPhone Tricks You Should Definitely Know About

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There are so many things our iPhones can do that we don’t even know about. In this blog post, we will discuss iPhone tricks that you should definitely know about! These tricks will help you to get the most out of your iPhone and make your life a little bit easier. So without further ado, let’s get started!

Stop apps from asking for feedback

Stop apps from asking for feedback: If you’re sick of seeing those pesky pop-ups asking for your feedback, there’s a way to stop them! Go to your Settings app and scroll down to iTunes & App Store. Then, simply toggle off the option for In-App Ratings & Reviews.

Hide secret photos

Did you know that you can hide secret photos on your iPhone? If you have some photos that you don’t want anyone to see, you can simply add them to a hidden album. To do this, open the Photos app and go to the Albums tab. Then, tap on the “Hidden” album and select the photos that you want to add.

Quick Access to Timer

One of the most useful iPhone tricks is the ability to quickly access the Timer. To do this, simply swipe down from the top-right corner of your screen. This will bring up the Control Center, which includes a Timer icon. Tap on this icon to quickly set a timer for any desired amount of time.

Turn on Guided Access

Did you know that you can turn on Guided Access on your iPhone? This is a great feature for those who have difficulty focusing or staying on task. To turn on Guided Access, go to Settings > General > Accessibility > Guided Access. Once you’ve turned it on, you can triple-click the home button to activate it.

Guided Access allows you to control which app features are available and can even disable the home button so that you can’t exit the app. This is a great way to prevent yourself from getting distracted by other apps or notifications while you’re trying to stay focused on one task.

Set a Sleep timer

Did you know that you can set a sleep timer on your iPhone? This is a great way to make sure that you don’t stay up too late browsing the web or playing games. To do this, simply go to the Clock app and then select the Timer tab. From here, you can set the amount of time you want the timer to run for. Once the timer reaches zero, your iPhone will automatically go into Sleep mode.

Use your keyboard as a trackpad

Use your keyboard as a trackpad: Did you know that you can use your keyboard as a trackpad? Simply open up any app that uses a keyboard and place two fingers on the keypad. You’ll see that the cursor will start to move around, allowing you to navigate through the app much easier.

Track your menstrual cycle

Track your menstrual cycle: By using the Health app, you can track your menstrual cycle and get predictions for your future cycles. This is a great way to keep track of your reproductive health and be prepared for upcoming events.

Enable Dark Mode

One of the best things about iOS 13 is the new Dark Mode feature. This mode will enable a dark color scheme for your entire iPhone, making it easier on your eyes and saving battery life. To turn on Dark Mode, simply go to Settings > Display & Brightness > Appearance and select “Dark.” You can also schedule Dark Mode to turn on and off automatically at certain times of the day.

Level your Wall Art 

Did you know that you can level your wall art using your iPhone? If you have a picture that you want to hang on your wall but you’re not sure if it’s level, simply open up the Level app on your iPhone. Then hold your phone up to the picture and it will tell you whether or not it’s level. This is a great way to make sure your pictures are hung straight and level.

Auto close Safari tabs

Did you know that you can Auto close Safari tabs on your iPhone? This is a great way to save battery life and data usage. To do this, simply go to Settings -> Safari -> Close Tabs and select the “Auto close” option.

Flash for Notifications

One of the most useful iPhone tricks is the ability to set your flash to go off when you receive a notification. This can be especially helpful if you’re in a noisy environment or if you have trouble hearing your phone. To turn on this feature, go to Settings > General > Accessibility and scroll down to Flash Notification. Turn the switch on and you’re all set!

Use the One-handed keyboard

This is a great trick for those who have smaller hands or if you are trying to type with one hand. To use the one-handed keyboard, simply go to Settings > General > Keyboards and select the “One Handed Keyboard” option.

Learn Siri how to pronounce names

Did you know that you can teach Siri how to pronounce names? If there is a name that Siri keeps mispronouncing, you can simply say “That’s not how you pronounce [name].” Siri will then ask you to pronounce the name and it will learn from your pronunciation. This is a great way to ensure that Siri is pronouncing names correctly.

Calling via Wi-Fi

Did you know that you can make and receive phone calls using just a Wi-Fi connection? This is a great feature for when you’re in an area with poor cellular reception. To enable this feature, go to Settings -> Phone ->Wi-Fi Calling.

Zoom in with the Magnifier

Did you know that you can zoom in on your iPhone using the Magnifier? This is a great trick for those who have difficulty seeing small print. To use this feature, go to Settings > Accessibility > Magnifier and turn on the toggle switch. Once you’ve done this, you can triple-click the Home button to activate the Magnifier.

We hope you found these iPhone tricks helpful and that you’ll start using them in your everyday life! If you have any other great tips or tricks, be sure to share them with us in the comments below. Happy iPhone-ing!