This is one of the best hacks in Best hacks, tips and tricks for iPhone. This simple hack lets you add empty spaced between your apps on your iPhone home screen.
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.
The low power mode is a beneficial feature in iOS. It suspends some processes and features to get some more hours out of battery. It is useful when you can’t charge your phone and need to get some more time out of the battery percentage left. To enable Low Power mode, iPhone users have to go to Settings > Battery and then enable it. But there is a shortcut to do so, and this Tip for iPhone will tell you how to do it right from the home screen.
If you notice a major dip in data network speed following the iOS 15 update, you need to disable iCloud Private Relay for the Home/Work Wi-Fi. Simply open the Settings app on the iPhone, navigate to Wi-Fi > Wi-Fi network, and turn off iCloud Private Relay from the following menu.
Or just “Hey Siri”... activating Siri will stop the ring
If you find that the iPhone screen’s lowest possible brightness is still too bright for your eyes in a dark environment, you can dim the screen below its normal threshold. Go to Settings → Accessibility → Zoom → Zoom Filter → Low Light. Now with a simple triple-press of the Side/Power button, you can quickly switch between normal and dimmed appearance. For quick triple-press access, don’t forget to include the Low Light filter in the accessibility shortcut menu under Settings → Accessibility → Accessibly Shortcut.
This tip can be applied not only to iphone photography but to most types of visual art in general. It’s basically creating a frame within the frame that’s already defined by your photo itself. To create this inner frame you can use any element of the scene you’re shooting. It could be the branches of a tree pointing to your subject, pulled back curtains, an open door or a window. Framing draws the attention of the viewer right to the subject of your photograph and it also creates a “layered” effect which saves the photo from looking flat and unexciting.
Apple has constantly been working to make typing experience on the iPhone better and better. With this simple trick for iPhone, you can turn your iOS keyboard into a Trackpad and easily move your cursor back and forth simply by swiping on the keypad.
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.
Control Center is one easily accessible place for handy buttons like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, music, flashlight, brightness, and more. You can add some other handy buttons to it like Low Power Mode, Music Recognition, Code Scanner, etc.