Tips And Tricks To Better Use iPhone

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Now as Apple phone becomes more and more popular, most of us use iPhone instead of other brands. The question is how much do you know about iPhone? Do you know some small tips but useful which you can use to better experience iPhone? Here, I have collected several interesting tips about iPhone. 

Get your iPhone’s flash to blink when you get a message

If you find that the vibration or sound that your phone makes when you get a message is not always enough to attract your attention, there’s another element that you can add to the alert: light. By going to Settings > General > Accessibility and scrolling down to the ‘Hearing’ section (this feature is designed for people with hearing impairments), you can turn on ‘LED Flash for Alerts’.

Now every time you get a notification, the flash next to your iPhone’s rear-facing camera will blink.

Find words or phrases on a web page

If you’re looking for a particular word or phrase on a web page, you can find it by typing the word or phrase in the URL/search bar at the top of the screen. (As soon as you tap on the top bar the page you were on will be replaced by a screen filled with your Favorites, but don’t worry – you’re still on the web page. It’ll return as soon as you tap off the top bar or run the in-page search.)

You’ll see a list of web search results – and search results from the App Store, Wikipedia and so on if applicable, but you need to look at the bottom of that list for a section labelled “On This Page”, with the number of matches.

Tap it, and you’ll see that the results are highlighted on that particular web page in yellow. Tap the arrows at the bottom of the screen to go to the next instance.

Use your headphones to take a selfie

A decent proportion of iPhone owners know that you can activate the camera shutter by pressing one of the volume buttons (volume up or volume down – doesn’t matter which) instead of the onscreen button. This tends to produce less camera shake.
When the camera app is open on your iPhone, you can use the volume button on an attached pair of headphones to take a photo. Not only does this reduce shake even more than using the iPhone’s volume button, but it also means you can take a more natural-looking photo from further away or take a photo hands-free.

Take photos while shooting videos

You’re using your iPhone to film a magical moment, and you wish you could snap a photo at the same time. Don’t stop recording! Just tap the camera button, which appears on-screen in addition to the shutter button as you film.

You aren’t using the iPhone’s true photo sensor; you’re getting the slightly less impressive video sensors instead, but the photos should still turn out pretty nicely.

Save PDF to iBooks

You can turn web pages into PDFs and add them directly to your iBooks app. This is handy if you’re reading a long web document, or especially if you’ve found a HTML book online and want to keep a copy of it.When you tap Share, scroll across the apps to find Save PDF to iBooks. Tap it and the web page will be converted and added to your book collection.

Do you have other interesting tips and tricks for iPhone share? Please comment here.

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