Have you ever wondered if your iPhone is holding out on you? The truth is, it probably is. As one of the most advanced personal devices on the market, your iPhone is packed with features and functions that are easy to miss. This blog is all about shedding light on those less obvious, yet incredibly useful features. Ready to become an iPhone power user? Let’s dig in!
• Dark Mode Scheduling •
With this battery pack, you can continue playing vr games without worrying about low power. Easy to get extra 2-3 hours play time to pass the game level, enjoy a better virtual reality experience.
• Wi-Fi Calling •
If you’re in an area with poor cell service but have Wi-Fi, you can make calls over the Wi-Fi network. Head to Settings > Phone > Wi-Fi Calling to enable this feature.
• Custom Text Replacement •
Forget about typing out long company names or addresses. Create a shortcut instead! Navigate to Settings > General > Keyboard > Text Replacement and tap on the “+.” Here, you can add a phrase and its corresponding shortcut.
• Guided Access •
This handy feature allows you to lock your iPhone into a single app, ideal for when kids are using your device. Go to Settings > Accessibility > Guided Access to turn it on. To start a Guided Access session, just triple-click the side button.
• Silence Unknown Callers •
If you’re tired of spam calls, you’ll appreciate this feature. Go to Settings > Phone and scroll down to “Silence Unknown Callers.” When turned on, calls from unknown numbers are silenced, sent to voicemail, and displayed on the Recents list.
• Detailed Battery Usage Info •
Navigate to Settings > Battery, and you’ll find charts and stats that show your battery usage details, including which apps are consuming the most power.
• Emergency SOS •
This feature is a must for personal safety. Go to Settings > Emergency SOS. Here, you can set up Auto Call and SOS Contacts. After rapidly clicking the side button five times, your phone will automatically dial your region’s emergency services.
• Live Photos Adjustment •
Did you capture a Live Photo but the key photo isn’t quite right? You can select a different key photo by opening the Live Photo, tapping “Edit,” and then dragging the slider at the bottom to select a new key photo.
• Measure App •
Your iPhone has a built-in virtual tape measure. Open the Measure app, follow the on-screen instructions, and you can measure real-world objects with your camera.
• Magnifier •
The iPhone’s Magnifier feature uses your camera to magnify text or objects, making it easier to see small details. Enable it by going to Settings > Accessibility > Magnifier.
These are just a few of the lesser-known features your iPhone has to offer. By utilizing them, you can make the most out of your device, improving your efficiency, productivity, and overall experience. So, take a moment to explore these features and unleash your iPhone’s full potential.