Your iPhone Has a Few Tricks Up Its Sleeves, Here Are All The Latest Tips You Should Know About

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Even though you use your iPhone every single day, you may not realize how powerful and feature-packed it really is. In fact, your iPhone has a few tricks up its sleeve that you probably don’t know about. With the new iPhone releases and the latest iOS 13 aplikasi, we wanted to share some tips so you can take full advantage of your smartphone. They’re extremely convenient and fun, and they’ll hopefully help save you a little time, too1. Receive Texts and Calls on Your Other Apple Devices

One of the biggest advantages of iOS over Android is that your iPhone seamlessly pairs with other Apple devices, including the MacBook, iPad, and Apple Watch. If you want to be able to answer a call or reply to a text message from your laptop, here’s what you do:Tap SettingsTap Phone (or Messages)Tap Allow calls on other devices (or Text Message Forwarding)Toggle which devices you’d like to receive and send phone calls or messages on2. Prevent Audio Messages from Expiring

For whatever reason, audio messages sent through iMessage go away after 2 minutes. Here’s how you can prevent your phone from automatically deleting them:Tap SettingsTap MessagesScroll downUnder “Audio Messages” tap ExpireTap Nevertiga. Make Your Phone ‘Self-Destruct’

Hidden within your phone settings is the option to erase all data on your phone after 10 failed passcode attempts. Although this potential for data loss may sound scary, it’s highly unlikely a significant other or child would accidentally erase all your data. The reason being because after the fifth failed password attempt, iOS requires a 1-minute timeout before you can try typing a password in again. After the sixth try, you get a 5-minute timeout. After the seventh, 15 minutes, and so on and so forth.

This means it would take more than 3 hours to enter 10 incorrect passcodes. The only person spending that much time probably has bad intentions, meaning you’ll want your personal data to be erased. Here’s how to turn the setting on. Tap SettingsScroll down to Touch ID & PasscodeEnter your passcodeToggle Erase data setting to the on position. 4. Take a Slofie

Want to take your selfies to new heights? The latest iPhone’s (iPhone 11, 11 Pro, 11 Pro Max) front-facing cameras can shoot in slow motion. Open Camera appTap SLO-MOTap the camera switching icon to use the front cameraTap the record button5. Record Videos in a Pinch

Sometimes you need to capture a moment quickly and by the time you open the camera app and switch it over to video mode, the moment has already passed. The latest iPhones have a new setting that lets you record much faster than before. Open the Camera appHold down the shutter button at the bottom to begin filmingRelease your thumb or finger when you want to stop recording6. Increase or Decrease Volume Faster

If you don’t want to keep pushing the volume rocker on the side of your iPhone, now you can adjust the volume by using the touchscreen. Push your volume buttons on the side of your phone like you normally wouldRather than continuing to push the physical button, just drag your finger on the volume indicator on your touchscreen, instead!

Bonus Tip: The scroll bar in iOS 13 within the Safari app now lets you scroll faster, too. This especially comes in handy when you’re sifting through a lengthy PDF document. Scroll on a page as you normally wouldLong-press on the scroll bar and drag it up or downThe faster you drag, the faster the laman will scroll 7. Remove App Size Limitations

Apple has a safeguard in place to prevent you from going over your carrier data limits when downloading an App. Previously you could only download large files over Wi-Fi. Here’s how to get rid of the download limit. Go to SettingsTap iTunes & App StoreTap App DownloadsDisable the Limit8. Mute Those Dreaded Reply-All Email Threads

If you get trapped in an awful Reply All email thread that’s blowing up your phone, don’t fret — you can escape! Here’s what you do:Open your Mail app on your iPhoneIn your inbox, swipe right to left across the messageTap More Tape MuteIf you want to rejoin the conversation, repeat the first three steps, but tap Unmute9. Use Siri to Play Live Radio

In iOS 13, you can ask Siri to play your favorite radio stations. Here’s what you ask your assistant:Activate Siri by holding the power button or with a “Hey Siri” command Say “Siri, play radio station (name of radio station).” Rock out! 10. Type Faster by Swiping

Swipe-style keyboards have been popular on Android devices for a while now. It wasn’t until a few months ago that Apple allowed users to install third-party keyboards like Gboard to add the functionality. Now you don’t have to even have to go to the App Store to install one.

If you want to use Apple’s new QuickPath typing just install iOS 13, then compose a message like you normally would. To “type,” drag and hold your finger or thumb on each letter of the word you’re trying to spell. This may take some getting used to.11. Enable Dark Mode

One of the most anticipated features of iOS 13 was Dark Mode. If you’re unfamiliar, the setting essentially inverts the colors on your screen, so all the white background interfaces turn black. This lets your eyes rest easier at nighttime. It also just looks really cool. Here’s how you turn it on! Just say, “Hey, Siri, turn on Dark Mode”If you prefer not to use Siri, you can tap the Settings iconTap Display & BrightnessThen choose between light and dark mode! That’s it! 12. Change Your Profile Picture

If you want to have a profile picture for when your friends add your gosip to their contacts, here’s how you set a default profile picture. Open your Messages appTap the ••• button on the right of your screen Select Edit Name and Photo Tap on the profile icon to change your image. You can snap a photo using the Camera, upload a photo from your photo library, or you can even use an Animoji or Memoji instead. 13. Track Your Menstrual Cycle

The Health app in iOS 13 now offers a way for women to track important data about their menstrual cycle. You can log your period, flow level, and any symptoms like cramps or headaches, and whether or not you have experienced spotting. The feature also offers predictions as to when your cycle may begin and end for the next three cycles. Here’s how you can start using the tool:Open the Health app on your iPhoneTap the Search tab at the bottom right of your screenSelect Cycle Tracking Tap Options to start inputting information 14. Change Wi-Fi Networks Faster

If you’re tired of opening up the Settings app to connect to Wi-Fi hotspots, you should know there’s a faster way! Open Control Center by swiping down diagonally on the top-right corner of your iPhone’s displayTap and hold your finger on the middle of the Wi-Fi widgetPress and hold your finger on Wi-Fi bars icon to see a list of available networksThis trick also works for pairing Bluetooth devices! 15. Silence Unknown Callers

Kiss robocalls goodbye with this must-install trick. Open the Settings app Tap PhoneToggle Silence Unknown Callers16. Automatically Close Browser Tabs

As scary as this tip may sound, it’s actually quite useful and helps keep your web browser running more efficiently. This trick only works for the default Safari internet browser. Open your Settings appTap SafariTap Close Tabs You can set it to close your tabs each day, each week, every month, or leave it on manual mode.

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