Build A Passcode With Letters In Place Of Numbers
1. Scroll to Settings > General > Passcode Lock.
2. Disable the setting that reads “Simple Passcode.”
3. A screen will become visible urging you to change your passcode, together with a full QWERTY keyboard. Subsequently when you unlock your phone, the keyboard will become visible in place of just the number pad.
Order Siri To Read Out Your Messages
Give SIRI the command: ”Read my email,” and she’ll serve. She’ll tell you the sender’s name, the date/time of the message, and the subject line.
View Timestamps On Your Texts
Tap and tug message bubbles to the left to view timestamps of messages received.
View Which Planes Are Up Above
Give SIRI the command: ”Flights atop me?” or ”Planes Up Above,” and she’ll rip out a chart showing each plane’s flight number, its altitude, and its angle.
Jerk Your Iphone To Erase Your Text
Jerk your phone and an “Undo Typing” box will pop up. To restore jerk your phone a second time to get the ‘Redo Typing” box.
Have A Detailed View Of Your Calendar
Spin your phone horizontally to have a detailed view of your meetings.
Work Your Phone As A Level To Pin Up Pictures
Swipe your fingers across the Compass app. to access a level.
Disable All In-App Purchases From A Single Button
Scroll to Settings>General>Restrictions, Turn on Restrictions and scroll down to turn off In-App purchases.
Shoot Oodles Of Pictures At Once
Hold the shutter button down in your camera and the burst mode will be activated instantly. Now you can snap tons of pictures.
Enter An Em-Dash (–)
Hold the dash down on your keyboard to generate an incredible menu of dashes.
Shoot A Picture With The Volume Button
In place of wielding the touch circle, tap the up volume button, to shoot your selfie.
Or Work Your Earbuds
Hold down the center of the headphone button inside the camera app to click a photo.
Build On Custom Vibrations
You can set particular vibration patterns for specific contacts from your contacts app. It comes in handy when have the phone in you pocket—you can quickly decipher if it’s an annoying email that your boss sent or a funny piece of text.