21 Amazing Things You Never Knew Your iPhone Could Do.
You can respond to texts directly from your lock screen by pulling down on the notification drawer and swiping over to the left on the text notification. You'll see a "Reply" option, and tapping it will let you type a response text without having to unlock your iPhone.
#20 Respond to texts while you're in another app.
If you're in an app, you can just swipe down from the top and access the notification drawer to answer a text the same way you would on the lock screen.
#19 See which apps are draining your battery the most.
Want to know why your iPhone battery is draining faster than usual? Got to Settings >Battery to take a look at what your apps are using. This will tell you which apps are occupying the most battery power.
#18 View every photo someone's texted you and vice versa.
Just open the messaging thread in the "Messages" app and press the "Details" button in the upper right corner.
#17 Send audio and video messages that are self-destructible.
Head to Settings>Messages and scroll to the bottom, you'll find a section for audio and video messages. You can choose to let them expire after two minutes or never.
#16 How to share your current location with a friend.
Just tap the "Details" button in the upper right corner of your message thread and select "Send My Location."
This will help you if you don't feel like explaining where you are, you can simply send your location.
#15 Let your friends track where you go.
Just complete the same steps as mentioned above, and choose the "Share My Location" instead of "Send My Location."
You can choose to share your location for one hour, until the end of the day, or indefinitely.
#14 How to mute text messages.
You can mute text message notifications for individual contacts and conversations. Just head over to your messaging thread which you want to ignore then click "Do Not Disturb" from Details.
#13 Leaving a group conversation.
Group texts can be annoying sometimes, so if you want to leave a group conversation, simply tap the "Details" button in the upper right corner of the group conversation and select "Leave Conversation."
#12 Give name to a group conversation.
To do this, go to "Details" in the message thread and fill in the "Group Name" field with an appropriate title.
#11 Multitask within emails.
As you're composing an email, simply tap the top of the message where it says either "New Message" or the subject and drag it down to the bottom of the screen. This will push the message to the bottom so you can look at other emails.
#10 Forwarding your text messages to other contacts.
Just double tap the message you want to forward, and then press the "More" button that pops up. Your text will be copied and pasted into a new message, ready for you to put in a new recipient.
#9 Using Siri, hands-free.
If you have the new iPhone 6S, you don't always have to hold the home button to launch Siri. Just go to Settings > General > Siri, then enable "Hey Siri" to say those words and activate voice commands.
#8 Siri can read text to you.
You can enable Siri to read articles on websites, books, text messages etc. Go to Settings > General > Accessibility > Speech. Then turn on Speak Screen and Speak Selection. Then, swipe down on the page you want to read with two fingers, and Siri will take care of the rest.
#7 You can also tell Siri how to pronounce names.
First, launch Siri and ask her to say the name in question. When she answers, tell her that she's not pronouncing it correctly. Then follow her instructions to fix the way she says it.
#6 Control your iphone by moving your head!
Navigate to Settings > General > Accessibility and then scroll down to the Interaction and tap "Switch Control." Tap "Switches" and "Add New Switch." Select "Camera" and choose "Left Head Movement" or "Right Head Movement." Then pick an action under the "System" menu, which essentially tells you what task your head movement will trigger.
#5 You can even see everywhere you've been!
You're iPhone tracks each place you've been. All you have to do is go to Privacy > Location Services > System Services, and then scroll to the bottom of the list then select Frequent Locations, and look at the History section.
#4 Save battery life by using grayscale mode.
If you're running low on juice try switching your phone to the grayscale mode to save power. Just go Settings > General > Accessibility and tap "Grayscale."
#3 Tap home button twice to move the app icons and other stuff towards the bottom of the screen.
This feature works only with the iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus. Double tap the home button to scooch content down toward the bottom of the screen. Apple calls this Reachability Mode.
#2 Access emergency medical information directly from the lock screen.
If you set up a Medical ID in the Health app that comes with iOS 8, you can access medical information without having to unlock your iPhone. On your lock screen, tap the Emergency button, then hit the Medical ID button.
#1 Get more accurate signal strength.
Virtually all phones have the "bars" or "dots" graphic that displays on your home screen, supposedly so you know what your cell phone signal strength is. The problem with that graphical representation is that it lacks any kind of standards.
Its a bit complicated process, and requires more efforts, but it works and will give you a precise number for your signal strength. All you have to do is dial *3001#12345#* and then press the call button.
Hold down the power button, a power screen will pop up. When it pops up press the home button till the home screen reappears. You'll see on the top left, you'll have numbers which replaces bars or circles that indicated your network.
These numbers are typically expressed as a negative number, If you see numbers between -40 and -80 the signal is strong. Anything below that is a bad signal, and if you're down around -140, you have no signal.
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