Apple iPhone 6s and 6s Plus is indeed the best smartphone available in the market right now with power packed specifications.
In this device, the company has upgraded the specs compared to its predecessor along with some new features such as 3D Touch, A9 chipset, 2GB RAM and 12-megapixel iSight camera among others.
The Apple iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus is available in stores at a price starting from Rs. 62,000 and Rs. 72,000 respectively. You may have bought the new iPhone 6S for yourself but have you been able to get a hold of all the features of the device?
We have curated a guide that contains some shortcuts to customize your new iPhone that will help you get the most out of that big purchase. Read on to find out.
A Smart User Activates Siri just by nodding your head
One of the coolest features in the Apple iPhone 6s is the Switch Control. It transforms handset camera into a motion sensor that will activate the certain function, for instance, you can bring up Siri by turning your head to the right.
Here is how to activate it: go to Settings >> General >> Accessibility >> Switch Control. Turn on the switch, tap Scanning Style, and select Manual. Then, tap Switches >> Add New Switch >> Camera >> either Left or Right Head Movement.
Turn flash into alert notification
Turn the camera flash into an alert notification, to activate it, go to Settings >> General >> Accessibility then scroll down and turn on LED Flash for Alerts.
Quickly enter Night Mode
A double-tap of iPhone 6s Home button will scroll through all the open programs, you can also set up a triple-tap to active Night-reading mode. To do so, go to Settings >> General >> Accessibility, scroll to the bottom and select Accessibility Shortcut, then tap Invert Colors. Now when you triple-tap you'll invert the screen's color.
Instate of typing frequently used phrases such as "I'll be there soon!" or "I'm in meeting", you can program your keyboard to recognize custom abbreviated so that it will auto-complete particular words, names, and expressions. To do so, go to Settings >> General >> Keyboard >> Text Replacement.
Just like you can assign different ringtones for each of your contacts, you can setup custom vibration patterns. Go to contact click Edit >> Vibrations >> Create new Vibrations and tap out the specific pattern.
Six-digit passwords for better security
Till iOS 8, your security passcode was limited to only 4 numbers in all. With iOS 9, this limit has been increased to six. More numbers mean lesser probability of guessing the right key that, in turn, means improved security.