iPhone is a huge investment, so it makes sense that you want to get the most out of it. Almost every app has a handful of hidden tricks, but it requires some digging to unravel them all. Apple iOS packs very minute features that might not be accessible to general consumers and are hidden deep down the settings menu. You must already be familiar with the essential functions of iOS, but you must not know that iPhone has some hidden features as well. There’s a lot to get out of your Apple device and the ever-expanding iOS, with a seemingly endless list of tips, hacks and hidden iPhone features that ensure you get your money’s worth and make your life a little easier in the process. If your iPhone breaks down or needs to be fixed, instead of searching for apple customer care and waiting for their response, take the expert services of OneDios.
Here’s a list of some of the lesser-known iPhone features.
- Mirror Front Camera
The iPhone can transform your selfies with its Mirror Front Camera. Have you ever noticed your selfies looking a little different after you’ve taken them to how they looked in the camera preview? This is because the iPhone flips the image so that it is the opposite of the mirror image shown in the preview. If you prefer the image you see in the mirror while taking selfies, here’s a simple fix to turn the iPhone’s camera into mirror mode.
- Open the Settings app.
- Go to Camera.
- Scroll down to Mirror Front Camera, and toggle it ON.
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- Back Taps
One of the most remarkable features available in iOS is Back Tap. What makes it so cool is that a quick double or triple tap on the back of your iPhone can open Siri, app switcher, Reachability, Spotlight, take a screenshot, open Control Center and more but also launch your favourite apps. Here’s how you can Turn ON the Back Tap.
- Open the Settings app.
- Go to Accessibility.
- Go to Touch.
- Scroll down to Back Tap.
- Click on Double Tap or Triple Tap and choose an action.
- Now, double or triple tap at the back of your iPhone to trigger the action.
This feature works well and helps you do tasks you often perform, saving time. Contact OneDios for repair and service of iPhone.
- Share Screen Using Siri
Taking a screenshot, copying URLs or images and sharing it with a contact involves many steps and is tedious, painful, and so old school. With this feature, you can share anything on your screen with a contact using Siri. It’s not a life-changing feature, but it comes in handy when you need to share something quickly or have your hands free to do so.
An image or photo can be shared, as can a song you’re listening to on Spotify. If Siri can’t share your screen with the Weather app, it’ll take a screenshot and send that instead.
To share your screen with a contact,
- Choose what you want to share.
- Activate Siri.
- Say, “Hey Siri, share this with….” Whomsoever you would like to send it to.
- Siri will take a screenshot, and a message with the contact’s name will pop up.
- Siri will ask, “Ready to send it?”
- If you say “yes,” a message will be sent, or you can type something and then send it.
With this feature, sharing something has become effortless. If you are facing any issues with your iPhone, download the OneDios app and upload the details of your iPhone today.
- Use Keyboard as Trackpad
One of the iPhone’s neatest and most incredibly user-friendly features is its ability to turn the keyboard into a super handy trackpad. To get the cursor exactly where you want it to go, this feature lets you do just that! You’ll be able to move the cursor more accurately and jump to bits of text, all without having to tap on the screen. This enables you to select text or move the text input cursor easily. It is a quick way to edit text while typing a message or a long email. Activating it is pretty simple.
- While typing in the Notes app, a Search bar, a Text message, an Email, anywhere.
- Press and hold one finger on the spacebar. All the other keys will fade out.
- Swipe your finger across the spacebar, and your cursor will move around the text area.
- Move the cursor around until you have it where you need it, then let go of the spacebar to place your cursor and resume typing.
Try it once, and you will never stop using this feature.
- Add Captions to Photos
With this iOS feature, users can now add captions to their images. Making it convenient to find the image when you need it. Adding captions to the photos and videos on your iPhone can help you recall the purpose of that image. The captions are automatically applied to your synced iCloud photos. Captions are searchable, so important images are easy to find. Adding caption to photograph or video on iPhone:
- Open the Photos app.
- Choose a desired photo or video.
- Swipe up on the photo/video or tap the (i) button in the toolbar.
- Click on Add a Caption.
- Write the caption you want.
- Click done.
That’s all there is to it.
Here, you have 5 hidden features of your iPhone you never knew. What are you waiting for? Go on and try these features and enjoy your iPhone. It is advised to keep your iPhone neat and clean to keep it in immaculate condition. If you are facing any issues with your iPhone, download the OneDios app and upload the details of your iPhone today. You can also buy an extended warranty for your iPhone.
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