15 Cool Things Which You Don’t Know Your iPhone I Can Do
Siri can read your email out loud to you.
Simply by telling Siri to read my email, read latest email, or ask if you have email from a specific contact, and you will be given the sender’s name, subject line, and the time and date of the message.
Siri can tell you what planes are above you in the sky.
Simply ask Siri which flights or planes are overhead. Siri gives information on flight number, altitude, speed, etc. about the flights.
Make a pass code with letters not numbers.
This is as easy as going to settings, general, passcode lock, and turning off the setting for simple passcode. Change current passcode with QWERTY board.
Shake your phone to undo and redo a message.
To get rid of a text that you decided that you do not want to send, simply shake your phone for a prompt asking if you want to cancel the message.
See the times that your texts came in or went out.
To see the times of your conversations, simply put your finger on one of the conversation bubbles and drag it to the left.
Use your phone as a level.
Using the compass app on your phone, swipe the screen to the left, and it becomes a level that you can use to hang pictures and more.
Take a succession of pictures in a burst.
By holding down the shutter button when taking a picture, you can take a succession of pictures right in a row.
Charging in airplane mode will charge faster.
Great for when you are “borrowing” someone else’s plug in, or for when you are in a hurry and you do not have time to wait.
Different vibrations can be set for different callers.
Changing the vibrations settings in the contacts app, you can distinguish who is texting or calling just by the pattern of the vibration.
Get a better view of your calendar.
To see your calendar and all appointments in detail, tilt your phone to the side to access the full calendar of information. The larger screen will allow you to see more information.
Tap on the shift key twice to turn on caps lock.
If you would like to capitalize a large section of letters, simply tap the shift key twice to put on the caps lock.
Turn off in-app purchases.
You can manage your budget by turning off the ability to purchase items from the app store.
Choose the type of dash that you would like.
If you hold down the dash button on your keypad, you will have a choice of different dashes.
Use the volume button to take a photo.
When you have your phone in the camera mode, snap a picture with the volume up button instead of using the circle shutter button.
Take pictures with the headphones.
If your phone is in camera mode and you have ear buds plugged in, you can snap photos using the button located in the center of the headphones.