Senin, 14 November 2016

Things You Didn’t Know Your IPhone Can Do. The Last One Is My Favorite.

1. It can charge much faster if you turn it on ariplane mode while charging.
2. If you make a mistake while writing an email, editing a photo, or texting, simply shake your phone and this will show up and allow you to edit easily.
3. When you need to start a new sentence, just double-tap the spacebar and it will add a period and a space for you.


4. Find out what airplanes are flying above you. Just say “what flights are overhead.”

5. Take a screen shot.

This is useful taking photos of websites, texts, or a funny moment you want to keep. Just hold the home button down and the on/off button at the top right corner at the same time. The screen shot will be saved in your camera roll. Works on an Ipad too.

6. Teach Siri how to pronounce words.

Whenever Siri mispronounces a word, just say, “That’s not how you pronounce “_____” and she’ll offer you alternatives. You can select the proper one.
7.Type Emoji with Shortcuts
If you like to use Emoji in messaging but don’t like to switch the virtual keyboards repeatedly, try this trick to type Emoji with alphabets shortcuts.

    Go to Settings > General > Keyboard > Keyboards > Add New Keyboard > Emoji.
    Go to Settings > General > Keyboard > Add New Shortcut…

    Insert a frequently used Emoji in Phrase.
    Insert a text in Shortcut which will be used to convert to Emoji.
8.Filter Groups That Can Reach You

The ‘Do Not Disturb’ feature allows us to silence calls, alerts and notifications when the iPhone is locked. However there are important calls that we can’t afford to miss, for example, calls from Mom or your heavily pregnant wife. Here’s a tutorial to help important groups of people reach you even in ‘Do Not Disturb’ mode.
9.Turn IPhone AssistiveTouch Icon On/Off Quickly
Many iPhone users have activated AssistiveTouch to alleviate the burden from the Home button. But it could be a little annoying since it is always on top of the screen. We’ve written a quicktip to guide you on how to turn the AssistiveTouch menu icon ON and OFF easily.

10. Set a sleep timer for your music.

If you like to drift off to peaceful slumber to serene, relaxing music, but you don't want it to keep playing long after you're asleep, you can set a timer through the Clock app.

11. Create your own custom vibration pattern.

You can tap out your own vibration pattern to customize it for certain contacts or for types of notifications. Just go to Settings>Sounds>Ringtones>Vibration>Create New Vibration and use your finger to tap out the pattern.






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