Being an iPhone user there are a lot of things which you feel you know about the device. The iOS operating system is a diverse collection of features put together to make life easier for you.
But there are a lot of other things in the iOS which most people are not aware of but if you know them it would be better for you to be able to use the iPhone.
One of the most important features that you should know about is how to activate custom vibration alerts. Sometimes it is rather annoying to have your phone on vibrate at every little instance. In such circumstances it would be convenient if you had an option to customize when your phone vibrates.
In order to customize these options, you need to visit settings, sounds, ringtones, text tone, and finally access vibration.
When you get there to the bottom of the options and select create new vibration. Under this option you will be able to add whatever you want your choice of vibration alerts to be. You can either have it activated for all calls or texts or in specific instances.
The following option but I love you to type words faster than usual. This feature would be available with us text shortcuts options. To activate them you need to again visit settings go to general, access keyboard, select text replacement and then tap on the symbol that looks like the Plus sign.
This will help you add suggestions and auto corrections. For example if you want to write a huge word but are not comfortable typing it over and over again, you can visit the settings and add a small keyword for the large word and you will be able to notice every time this gets typed it is replaced by the larger word.
III feature that we need to know is head control. Procedure is generally designed for those who are physically challenged. It can be activated by going to settings, general, accessibility, switch control.
This has to be activated and once this is done you can add switches by typing on the switches option and Jose to add the camera. When this is done the moment you move your head left or right different features at toggles, which again are customizable.
Feature 4 is the option of hiding those Apple apps that you don’t want to use. Again you would need to visit settings, general, restrictions and then select them by entering your password.
You will be able to see a list of apps that you have, from which you will be able to choose whether or not you get the messages.
The last teacher to discuss is blinking message alerts which would be importance to uses again with disabilities. You can go to settings, general, accessibility and then give them messages.