What are some cool iPhone tricks?

What are some cool iPhone tricks?

iPhone 12 tips and tricks: 14 cool iOS 14 things to try

  • 1 – Tap the back for screenshot.
  • 2 – Change your default browser and email apps.
  • 3 – Stop new apps appearing on your home screen.
  • 4 – See all your apps in a list.
  • 5 – Add widgets to your home screen.
  • 6 – Create custom widget smart stacks.

Does iPhone have hidden files?

You can access files and data that you have stored on your iPhone, but there are hidden files that you cannot access. If you would like to view and delete any of these hidden files on your iPhone you will have to jailbreak your phone and use a file application to view these files.

How do I unlock the secret menu on my iPhone?

*3001#12345#* Then hit the green call button. This code opens up a secret menu filled with your iPhone’s hidden field test data.

What cool things can you text on iPhone?

iMessage screen effect codewords

  • ‘Pew pew’ – laser light show.
  • ‘Happy birthday’ – balloons.
  • ‘Congratulations’ – confetti.
  • ‘Happy New Year’ – fireworks.
  • ‘Happy Chinese New Year’ – red explosion.
  • ‘Selamat’ – confetti.

How can I make the most of my iPhone?

50+ Tips and Tricks to Make the Most of Your iPhone. 1. Receive Texts and Calls on Your Other Apple Devices. 2. Prevent Audio Messages from Expiring. 3. Make Your Phone ‘Self-Destruct’. 4. Take a Slofie. 5. Record Videos in a Pinch.

Why do I get a 5 minute timeout when I type a password on my iPhone?

The reason being because after the fifth failed password attempt, iOS requires a 1-minute timeout before you can try typing a password in again. After the sixth try, you get a 5-minute timeout. After the seventh, 15 minutes, and so on and so forth.

How do I type on my new iPhone?

Now you don’t have to even have to go to the App Store to install one. If you want to use Apple’s new QuickPath typing just install iOS 13, then compose a message like you normally would. To “type,” drag and hold your finger or thumb on each letter of the word you’re trying to spell. This may take some getting used to.