14 Things You Didn’t Know Your iPhone Can Do

    14 Things You Didn’t Know Your iPhone Can Do: iPhone had been one of the most popular smart device since its revelation. Apple has made iPhone very simple device to use, with all the developments in its iOS(till iOS 9). There are a lot common tasks that iPhone can do for you but still there are many interesting features included in iOS devices, which will make use of this device simpler and secure.

    14 Things You Didn’t Know Your iPhone Can Do

    Let us see quite new and cool features included in iOS 9 those you might have missed:

    1) Create alphanumeric and longer Passcode instead of numbers only

    a. Go to Settings >>General >> Passcode Lock.
    b. Unselect the option saying “Simple Passcode.”
    c. As you turn-off the option a window will pop-up asking to change the change the password and will be a full QWERTY keyboard instead of number pad only. Now on whenever you will be asked to enter the passcode a full keyboard will appear not a number pad only.

     

    14 Things You Didn't Know Your iPhone Can Do

    2) Make SIRI read out loud your Emails

    You didn’t knew? If you ask Siri to read out your Emails(“Read my email”), she will oblige and read out loud. First she will say sender’s name and date-time of email and then the subject.

    You can also ask her to “read my latest email” or say, “Do I have email from [person name]?”

     14 Things You Didn't Know Your iPhone Can Do

    Many of us has not noticed yet that you can see when were your iMessages sent to the friends. While researching for the solution it turns out to be a stupidly simple way to do that. Timestamps of your messages can be seen by touching and dragging the text towards left(in iOS).

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    14 Things You Didn't Know Your iPhone Can Do

    If you want to delete the text, you just tapped in. Just Shake your iPhone. This will pop-up a box saying “Undo Typing”. But if you again change your mind and want the same text message back then shake the phone again and a box will appear asking whether to “Redo Typing” or cancel.

    14 Things You Didn't Know Your iPhone Can Do

    14 Things You Didn't Know Your iPhone Can Do

     6) Easy way to see a detailed view of your calendar

    14 Things You Didn't Know Your iPhone Can Do

    This is also a simple trick, some of us might be knowing it already, but for them who missed. To turn-on the Caps Lock key you can just double tap the shift key and now type whatever you want to.

    14 Things You Didn't Know Your iPhone Can Do

    9) Turn-off all irritating in-app purchases using single button

     Everyone of us irritated with all in-app-purchases. We found out a way to get rid of these in-app purchases. Go to Settings >>General >> select Restrictions. Enable Restrictions in all apps while scrolling down.14 Things You Didn't Know Your iPhone Can Do

    10) Turn on burst mode while capturing images

    To activate Burst Mode just hold down the shutter button in camera and Burst mode will activate automatically. Your iPhone will snap as many pictures as you want in a rapid succession and save them in gallery. Now you can use them to create gif file or slow-motion videos through appropriate apps.

    14 Things You Didn't Know Your iPhone Can Do

    11) Type an Em-Dash(-)

     For getting access to cool dashes menu just hold down the dash button in your keypad, now you can use them to send nice grammatical sticklers. 14 Things You Didn't Know Your iPhone Can Do

    12) Take a photo using the volume button

    14 Things You Didn't Know Your iPhone Can Do

    13) Capture images using earbuds

    To capture images using earbuds, press the center of the headphone button while in camera app to snap a picture with main camera or selfies camera.

    14) How to charge your iPhone twice faster

    You can put your iPhone in Airplane mode to charge it twice faster. This method is very useful during travel over plane or at a bar.

    14 Things You Didn't Know Your iPhone Can Do

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