Be more frugal with data

Be more frugal with data

If you’re watching your data usage, it’s a good idea to use a feature introduced in iOS 7: cellular data management. With this tool, you can decide which apps get to use cellular data, and which apps can load only over Wi-Fi. Head over to Settings > Cellular to disable cellular data usage for any… Read More

How to lock focus and exposure

How to lock focus and exposure

When the camera is active, tapping the screen sets the focus and exposure for that object. But, the moment the camera moves, these settings are lost. To lock the focus and exposure, tap and hold until you see a yellow bar appear at the top of the screen, Even if you change your composition, the… Read More

How to create Custom Vibration alerts

How to create Custom Vibration alerts

Want to know if your best friend is calling without ever looking at the phone? Buried in the contact settings, a fun option lets you create custom vibration patterns for your contacts. To do it, go to Contacts, choose a contact, and tap Edit in the upper-right corner. Then, scroll down and navigate to Vibration… Read More

10 earbud controls

10 earbud controls

1. If you’re listening to music, toggle pause or play by tapping the center button once. 2. To fast-forward a song, tap the center button twice and long-press on the second tap. 3. To rewind a song, tap three times and long-press on the third tap. 4. To skip a song, double tap. 5. To… Read More

How to quickly ‘go back’

How to quickly ‘go back’

Unlike Android, the iPhone doesn’t have a dedicated “back” button. But, a little-known gesture makes that completely acceptable. In Messages, Mail, and even Safari, simply swipe right from the edge of the screen to go to the previous window. The gesture even works in some third-party apps like Instagram. Read More

How to use bold, italics, and underlining

How to use bold, italics, and underlining

In some apps like Mail, you can use rich formatting to make text bold, italics, or underlined. But if you don’t know it exists, you might miss it. Just highlight the text you want to edit, and tap the arrow in the copy/paste pop-up. Then, choose “B I U” to access the formatting options. Read More

Hidden bubble level

Hidden bubble level

Leave your lime-green bubble level in the drawer. iOS’s built-in leveling tool uses the phone’s gyroscope to help you find out if an object is perfectly horizontal (or vertical). To access it, launch the compass, then swipe right to reveal the level. Read More

How to close three apps at once

How to close three apps at once

Need to force-close multiple apps fast? At the risk of looking like you’re clawing at your phone, you can close up to three apps at once by swiping up with three fingers. Read More

How to hide Unused Apple App Icons

How to hide Unused Apple App Icons

We bet there are many stock apps that you do not need or use at all. The bad news is, you’re not allowed to delete them from your iPhone. The good news is, we have a trick to hide them, without having to jailbreak your iPhone. The first step is to use Safari on your… Read More

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