iPhones have been selling so well in India that Tim Cook finally had no choice but to come down here to create their own team of app developers and Maps teams. But iOS still has a lot of hidden features yet to be discovered.
We take a look at some of the hidden features exclusive to iPhones and iOS users.
This trick is really helpful for iPad owners who don't have the Calculator app. Swipe down on the home screen and directly enter the directly run your calculations from the search bar.
If you are a person who gets a hit and miss on your iPhone TouchID, then this will be cool. Saving your fingerprint under several different IDs can help you to unlock your phone faster than before.
This next trick will speed up your iDevice by clearing the RAM. Unlock the device, and hold down the power button until you see the "Slide to power off" option. Next, release the power button and hold down the home button until the home screen returns.
Now we may have many apps open in the background. But closing everything one after the takes a lot of time. The trick to close them all together is to first open the app switcher by double tapping the home button. You can use two or three fingers at the same time to swipe across the apps to close them all together.
Web sites have been designed now to fit perfectly on screen sizes of all kinds. And mobile versions of the web pages end up lighter on tablets and smartphones. To return to the desktop version of the webpage, all you have to do is hold down on the reload button on the URL bar.
While listening to a familiar song of your favorite artist, you may end up wishing to listen to more of his/her songs. Well, with the help 3D Touch on an iPhone 6S and 6S Plus, you can peek on an artist to see all the songs pertaining to them.
Found an iPhone while you were at a party? You can return the phone to its rightful owner by just asking the phone itself. Hold down the home button to ask Siri "Whose phone is this?" The smart girl that she is, Siri will display the name of the owner and give you the details to get in touch with them.
Telegram messaging app has the nifty feature of sending messages that can self-destruct once the recipient has read it. iPhones too can send messages in the same way. Firstly, head to the Messages section in Settings. Scrolling down you will find that audio and video messages are set to expire after two minutes or never.