iPhone Tips and Tricks – Things You Don’t Know About iPhone – More and more people are obsessed with Apple products, especially iPhone, not just for its stable system and exquisite look but also for the user-friendly design in use.
Apple focuses on every detail in iPhone to bring us the best experience with a smartphone. Unfortunately, some interesting features have been overlooked by many iPhone users.
Do you know how to save battery life when it’s very low without turning on the airplane mode? What magic can you do with Siri except asking her to open an app or call somebody? Do you know that you can check one’s frequent locations just by looking into his iPhone?
Read the following infographic to learn some tips and tricks of iPhone that you probably didn’t know.
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How to Set to Be Reminded by Location from Siri
For this, to work you need to tell Siri who your Mom is (the relationship between you and the contacts) in a simple way. Just create a contact card with your info on it, including name, address, relationships, and so on.
How to Turn eBooks into Audio Books
Activate it in this way: Settings > General > Accessibility > Speech > Turn on Speak Screen
Any app you’re in, including ebooks, notes, emails, just wipe down with two fingers from the top of the screen, and you’ll hear the content read out loud. You can also adjust the speak speed and accent.
How to Save Battery Life when It is Running Low
a. Turn off Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
b. Turn off Location Services in Privacy
c. Settings > General > Cellular > Enable 3G > Off
d. Settings > General > Cellular > Enable LTE > Off
e. Settings > Sounds > Vibrate on Ring & Silent > Off
f. Settings > Brightness & Wallpaper > Auto-Brightness > Off
g. Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars > Fetch New Data > Off
How to Check Frequent Location
Head to Settings > Privacy > Location Services > System Services > Frequent Locations.
How to Close Three Apps One Time
Some of you might have being closing apps one by one with a single finger. Well, try using three fingers, and you’ll find out that up to three apps can be closed at one time. iPhone provides multi-finger gestures not only in pictures and web pages but also in clearing up iPhone clutter.