As with iOS 15, Apple might not change the mind up to the visual all much, but there’s still plenty in there that’s cost getting habitual to and tinkering along. Whether you updated your previous one or bought a new iphone13.
Most of the features highlighted are available for all iPhone models running iOS 15, but there are some still in wait, and as same in iPhone 12 and iPhone 13. So, make sure that you’re running iOS 15 on your iPhone – or get out your iPhone 13/13 pro and work your way through some of our favorite, less-evident features.
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1. Stop it while tracks you:
Lots of apps chase various patterns and usage data from you while you use their apps. In the instances to serve you more relevant advertisements or get to know how people use their software to help them improve it. However, there’s good reason to block all tracking, especially if that company has a reputation for not respecting your right to privacy.
If you want to block apps from stoking just open Settings > Privacy and now tap “Tracking”. Right at the top, there’s a toggle that says “Allow apps to request to track”. If you don’t want any apps to request tracking information, just toggle this off. Or, alternatively, you can manually toggle tracking on or off for apps individually in the list below.
2. Bring the old Safari back:
With the new arrival, we got the new safari in the search bar and tab switcher at the bottom. This ease to swipe and almost all convenient for one-handed use and if you want your old layout back you can switch back with the URL bar at the top.
There are two ways to do it. Either go to Settings > Safari and scroll down until you see the two tab icons. Now select “Single tab”. When you relaunch Safari it’ll now have the bar at the top.
The other quicker way to switch is by opening Safari itself, opening any webpage, and tapping the “AA” icon in the search bar. Now you’ll get a pop-up menu to appear. Tap the option that says “show top address bar”.
3. Bundle non-important notifications:
iOS 15 consists of features called “Scheduled Summary” that summarised all vital notification and deliver it at the same time rather than sending you random pings.
To enable it, go to Settings > Notifications and tap “Scheduled Summary”. Now toggle it on and go through the setup process. Now you choose the apps you want to include in your summary and tap “Add Apps” at the bottom.
4. Switch off HDR video
By default, the newer iPhone 13 Pro models record video in HDR or Dolby Vision which not only takes up lots of space but also isn’t compatible with a lot of other devices.
To switch it off, go to Settings > Camera and tap “Record Video”. Toggle off the option that says “HDR Video”.
In the primitive time when iPhones have buttons, you can all your stuff after a while from the top of the screen to make them easier to reach by lightly double tapping on the home button.
Go to Settings > Accessibility and tap “Touch”. Toggle on the Reachability option. Now when you swipe down on the bottom of the screen, it drops the stuff from the top of the screen further down, making it easier to reach.
6. Change the music on your Photos Memories:
Apple automatically sticks a backing track on the photo and video memories it creates for you in the “For You” tab In the new Photos app. you may also make a change in that, Open up Photos and tap “For You” and choose one of the Memories at the top.
Open, tap on it again and tap the little music icon in the corner. Now you can swipe across and it changes the filter and the music as you do. Or you can tap the musical note icon in the bottom right to see a larger selection of options, including a search button that – when pressed – lets you go through your entire library for a specific song.
7. Create your own Photographic Style:
iPhone has incorporated one more new camera feature called Photographic Style. Having constant filters can adjust warmth, brightness, and contrast to create a beauty that’ll applicable in all of your photos when you snap them.
Open Settings > Camera, and scroll to “Photographic Styles”. Swipe through the options until you find a look that you like. Once you’ve found one, hit the blue tap at the bottom.
8. Limit the screen frame rate:
By default, the iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max have their screens set to go to a maximum of 120Hz refresh rates. If – for whatever reason – you would like to limit that you actually can, but you won’t find it in the display settings.
Go to Settings > Accessibility > Motion. Now toggle on the “Limit Frame Rate” option, and it won’t go over 60fps.
9. Live text in a screenshot:
There is an alternative for live text. Take a screenshot and tap on it to open up the editor view. Tap on the markup/pen icon at the top and now tap the live text icon in the bottom corner. NOw you can drag to highlight the text you want to copy and paste it to any app you like.
10. Focus mode:
If you head to Settings > Focus you can create dedicated scenarios where only specific apps and people can interrupt you at specific times or locations. As Focus mode comes with ease of its in-depth feature and video. This may avail you to set on one scenario for Personal mode and another for Work mode.
This whole process might consume your time but essentially just involves adding dedicated people who can contact you and choosing which apps to allow. You can even customize the home screens that appear during each focus time when once it whole scheduled.
11. See which apps access what data:
By scrolling setting down> Privacy screen and tapping “Record App Activity”.Toggle it on, and now wait for a week or so. After taking days go back to the menu option and you’ll see a breakdown of how various apps have been using permissions on your phone, and you can see if any of them are accessing things like your location or other personal biodata far too regularly. You can also opt to save a report as a blank binary file that you can share and save.
12. Announce notifications on AirPods:
If you have a pair of Air pod pro you can have Siri announce notifications through them whenever you have them in your ears and connected to your iPhone. Via Settings > Siri and Search and now tap “Announce notifications” and then toggle the option at the top of the page. And toggle on the “Headphones” switch as well.
13. Double tap the back to screenshot:
With the right convenience function enabled you can simply tap twice on the back of your phone to take a screenshot. Rather than fiddling with the button combination.
Path to Settings > Accessibility > Touch and now select “back tap”. Choose the double-tap option and find a Screenshot in the list. Now when you double-tap your phone’s back, it’ll take a screenshot. You can – of course – choose other functions like dropping down notifications or a control center, which can be hard to reach.
14. Use Live Text:
A parky new feature is a Live Text that allows you to use your camera to read and display text in real-time. You could – for instance – use it to instantly send a sentence from an article or document in a message. To be more precise, just tap the little capture icon in the corner to take a quick still at the text you want. You can now highlight the specific block of text you want to include by just dragging your finger across the text you want.
15. Trackpad keyboard:
So, as far as we have all the secure all-new features that iPhone 13 is bringing for us If you want to squarely fair your sight when typing, you can turn your keyboard into a trackpad by just long-pressing the space bar and then swiping your thumb around. Now place the cursor on the screen in the exact place you want it to go.
Finally, the patent mentions integrating HCSELs into camera functionality, hinting that there’s a promise of improving camera features with this tech – akin to how the iPhone 13 Pro utilizes LIDAR focusing on and on.
Now, that’s all were the features and rather Apple implements any of them at all is another sense entirely. But, it’s exciting tech, nonetheless, and we’re hoping to see it in action. for further any update stay in contact.