If you want, you can customise one of the Force sensor actions to trigger Siri. The good thing is that the one can assign different actions for each AirPod. So, you can use the Force sensor on the left AirPod to trigger Transparency mode while the right one can be used to trigger Siri. After pairing your AirPods Pro, go to Settings -> Bluetooth and tap on the i button next to your AirPods. Here, you’ll see the Left and Right options. Tap on one and select Siri.
Password Autofill settings allow users to add their app and website credentials with passwords. This feature is one of the best security features for forgetful users, and with iOS 14, it takes it up a notch in security measures. Now, the Passwords settings will also show you security recommendations and whether your password has been involved in a security breach. With the security recommendations, you can be safely assured your passwords well protect your web profiles and safeguard it. If passwords are compromised, you will be given an option to “Change Password on Website” in the Passwords section itself.
Look and observe powerful speakers, politicians, celebrities, youtubers, etc. Make note of every little gesture they do and also listen to them carefully the way they modulate their voice.
This is something a lot of new air fryer users don’t always think of. Although an air fryer is a lot less smelly or smoky than a traditional oil fat fryer (as a kid, I can remember our whole house smelling of oil!), it still important to think of placement. There is usually a vent on your air fryer. For my Philips air fryer, there is a vent on the backside of the lid. You need to make sure this vent is not covered up, to allow it to operate properly. If you are having issues with your air fryer smoking, and the tips in this article are not helping, you could even try to place it under your regular kitchen extractor fan. Most kitchen stoves have these above them, so you just need to come up with a safe way to place your air fryer underneath on the hob. Maybe a wooden chopping board would do the trick!
Users on iPhones have the ability to choose apps that use location services as per their needs such as, never, when using, or always. iOS 14 takes it further, giving the option to disable “Precise Location” from unwanted apps. Precise Location is only needed for essential and emergency apps and not for Tinder and other dating apps. To disable Precise Locations, go to Settings > Privacy > Locations Services, and the list of apps that have access to your location will appear. Tap an app and select when you choose to allow the app to track your location; you will then be given an option to disable Precise Location.
A tongue-twister is a phrase that is designed to be difficult to articulate properly, and can be used as a type of spoken word game. It helps you to speak clearly and get rid of mother tongue influence. Some of basic tongue twisters are- -She sells seashells by the seashore. -The sixth sick sheikh’s sixth sheep’s sick. -Black bug bit a big black bear. But where is the big black bear that the big black bug bit? Best tongue twisters- see more. The use of effective voice modulation can make a huge difference between a charming speaker and a boring speaker. With enough practice you will be able to master the art of voice modulation and will be able to deliver a speech like an expert.
The AirPods Pro features an in-ear design and Apple ships them with three different sizes of silicone tips. Most users know the size that fits their ears the best, but some won’t. There’s an Ear Tip Fit test that one can use to determine the best ear tip size for their ears. In this test, a song is played back for around five seconds to help you find out the best ear tip size. The good thing about this test is that it will determine the right ear tip size for both ears individually. It is not necessary that the same ear tip size will fit you best in both ears. You can find the Ear Tip Fit test option under Settings -> Bluetooth and tapping the ‘i’ button next to your AirPods Pro.
Does Apple spy on you with the Face-ID? Well, now you can at least track apps that use your camera and microphone. When certain apps access your microphone or camera, you will see a green or orange dot badge on the top right side of the status bar which means that an app is accessing your microphone or camera. To find out which app it is, you can swipe down from the top of the screen to open Control Center and you’ll find the app’s name at the top of the screen.
On previous iOS versions, if you tapped on a link or an email, it would lead you to the Safari Web Browser and the Mail client App. But now, with iOS 14, you can choose your default web browser and email client app to your liking. To select a default app, go to Settings and search for the web browser or email client you wish to choose as the default. Tap on the desired app, and you will be given an option to select the “Default Browser App” or “Email Client”. Tap on your preferred web browser or email client and confirm your action.
The iPad had been bestowed with the Picture-in-Picture mode since the iPad OS 9, and iPhone users were missing out on this useful feature. Now, iOS 14 finally brings this feature to iPhone devices. Currently, iOS native apps like FaceTime and some third party on-demand streaming services are enabled with this feature. When you are on a FaceTime video call, simply swipe up the screen, and your video call will continue in Picture-in-Picture mode. You can drag the mini display anywhere you want on the screen.