There are dozens of cool iPhone features hidden beneath the surface that you probably weren’t even aware of – and not just the knowledge that cat litter can bring your phone back from a watery death. Here, we’ve picked our favorite iPhone tips and tricks that can help you achieve things quicker and easier, and you’ll wish you’d known about them a long time ago.
Right now, we will show you an magic tip to use iPhone effectively!
You’re filming a magical moment with your iPhone, and you wish you could snap a photo at the same time. Don’t stop recording! You can see the camera button which is next to the shutter button; just tap it! In spite of the slightly less impressive video sensors instead, but you can get beautiful and meaningful photos.
How to charge you iPhone faster
If you are the person who loves to do things fast and waiting for your phone to recharge make you uncomfortable, there is a way to speed up the re-juicing process, and it’s surprisingly simple – just engage Flight Safe mode. By knocking out your phone’s Wi-Fi-searching, data-draining communication skills, it takes the strain off your battery while it’s being powered up. This tip is valid for those as well who wants to juice up the battery fast before leaving office or home.
Lock your camera’s focal point
You want a sharp photo, what do you usually do? You will tap the screen while taking a photo will set the camera’s point of focus, right? However, every time you move the camera after picking a focal point, it disappears. Well, no more. Instead of just tapping the screen, press for a second or two until an ‘AF Locked’ box pops up. Now you can twist, turn and swing the thing around without losing focus. You see, iPhone has a myriad of interesting features that you should explore!
How to close three apps at once
If you want to shut multiple applications in a hurry – for totally innocent, not hiding anything, honest reasons – you can drag three fingers up on the multitasking menu to cull the clutter quicker. Which means your phone should be snappier in double-quick time.