iOS 15 as well as all the new features were revealed recently, however we’ll not see it until the end of September.
In order to keep you occupied until then, I’d like to bring you up-to-date on the best techniques and tips you can use using iOS or iPhone 11 right now. In my demonstration, I utilized my iPhone 11 Pro Max to show you the most popular 8 iPhone techniques and tips. While doing this process if you are facing the issue a ubisoft service is currently unavailable. Follow the instruction mention in link.
TIP #1: iPhone sleep timer
Do you prefer to drift off to the soft, smooth voice from Bob Ross describing a deciduous forest? Perhaps you enjoy listening to LeVar Burton read you a book for bed similar to Matthew Cherry’s Hair Love, or maybe you’re a fan of heavy metal or your soul has been lifted by the greats like Rammstein.
It’s bedtime and you’re looking to put an end to all the is your iPhone doing, it has an alarm clock that you might not be aware of. Here’s how to utilize the clock on your phone to create a schedule which will shut off any media you’re viewing or playing on your iPhone:
- Start the Clock application on your iPhone Tap on the Timer tab on the lower right on the display.
- Select the duration you’d like to have, and then tap “When Time Ends”.
- Scroll down until you reach the bottom and tap Stop Playing, and then click Set in the upper-right corner of the display.
Voila! Sleep timer is activated!
Tip 2: iPhone trackpad mode magic
Are you stuck without an electronic trackpad? If so, I’ll help you transform the iPhone keypad into a magical touchpad by using a trick that is simple.
Hold the space bar down and you’ll notice the characters that appear on the keys disappear. Now you’re in trackpad mode, and you can move the cursor across the screen using the right app in a reckless manner.
Tips #3 iPhone keyboard shortcuts
Another tip to type. When you need to utilize special characters, you need tap the 123 key, then enter the character and that’s it. If you just require only a couple of special characters quickly and don’t wish to switch between different keyboards, just press then hold down the 123 key then drag and type one character.
Hold and tap the 123 key, then drag to the character you would like to use, hold it for a moment, then stop then the character you choose will be added. The only drawback to this helpful tool is that it displays only the most frequently used symbols and numbers.
This isn’t compatible using the broader selection of symbols available when you select the 123 keys’ menu.
Tip #4: iPhone calculator: hidden feature
Are you ever puzzled as to why there’s no backspace button on the calculator? Yes? I have too, until today. It is possible that you have resentment about using the standard Calculator application due to the fact that you believed that each time you incorrectly entered an incorrect number, you would have to begin from scratch. That’s no longer the case.
There’s a reason why the iPhone Calculator app has had an option to backspace all the time, and it’s kept it from all of us. The way it works is as follows and it’s so easy that it’s hilarious that we didn’t realize that it existed before. All you need perform is to swipe left or right side of the screen, where the numerals are shown. This will erase the number that you last tapped.
Tip #5: iPhone calendar reminders
Let’s say you’re setting an appointment on your calendar and it’s scheduled for 10:00 am. You’d like to set an appointment reminder. You’re calling a number you must make, and you require a two-minute notice. Wait, Apple does things in five-minute increments.
If you’d like to schedule your reminders in one-minute increments, you can tap twice on the calendar to set it to one-minute increments instead five. Boom shakalaka!
Tips #6: iPhone Home screen is made simple
Are you enthralled by your home screen’s organization? Here’s a quicker method to accomplish it. You’re aware that you can hold down and tap and drag an icon towards an edge to drag it.
But, you could also simply tap and hold the screen while using your other hand to move between screens to position the icon wherever you’d like. Are you looking to move several apps simultaneously? It’s possible to do this too. Simply tap them onto the one you’re currently pressing down with your other hand, and then move them in a single motion. Easy!
Tip #7: Control your iPhone tabs for browsing
At any time I’m able to have around 80 tabs open in my phone. This isn’t helping things go as quickly as they could and one method to deal with it If you’re someone who has a plethora of tabs open is to open the Settings app Scroll down and tap Safari and then close Tabs.
In this area of setting You can choose of closing your browser tabs at the end of one day, week, or month, or to leave it in manually mode. When you set up a timer it will ensure that you won’t have to do the laborious process of manually closing them.
Tips #8 iPhone scanning on the on the fly
Do you need a speedy, easy solution to scan your document? If yes, you can scan your documents using the document scanner function in iPhone Notes. iPhone Notes app.
- Launch the Notes app
- Make a new note,, or swipe open an existing note
- Choose the camera icon that is located just on top of the iPhone’s keyboard. It is located in the middle.
- Tap “Scan Document”. Press your shutter buttons or the volume buttons to snap pictures of the document. If you’re in need of alter the corners of your document by moving and tapping them.
- Click “Save” and you’re done.