Win your next Android v. iPhone debate with these cool tricks.
1: Lessen the charging time of your iPhone by switching it to “Airplane Mode”.
2: Create a custom vibration pattern by going to Settings > Sounds > Ringtone > Vibration > Create New Vibration.
3: Have Siri identify the airplanes flying above you.
4: Create shortcuts for common phrases with your iPhone by going to Settings > General > Keyboard > Shortcuts > Add New Shortcut.
5: Control and adjust scrubbing rate of any video or audio by simply scrubbing your finger down the screen. How cool is that!
6: You can undo any typing mistake simply by shaking your iPhone. Drunk texting with your iPhone just got easier.
7: Teach Siri how to pronounce words! Simply say “That’s not how you pronounce “____” and other options will be provided.
8: Make your camera flash emit light on every alert received. Go to Settings > General > Accessibility, then scroll down and turn on “LED Flash for Alerts.”
9: Use your iPhone while hiking by simply swiping on the compass app. Cool!
10: Take multiple photos by holding down the capture button.
11: Create a passcode with letters. Go to Settings > General > Passcode Lock and turn off “Simple Passcode.”
12: See text message time stamps by sliding them.
13: Lock exposure and autofocus while doing some iPhone photography.
14: Access drafts by holding down the compose button.
15: Flip you phone and view a detailed version of calendar.
16: Holding down “.” button while typing a URL in your web browser will show you all the web suffixes.
17: Feeling lonely? Make you iPhone speak! Go to Settings>General>Accessibility then turn on Speak Selection. Highlight any text then hold and press speak option.
18: You can even take photos through the volume buttons.
19: Listen to a book or music before bed without having to worry about running your battery through the night. Use the timer app to set your audio to stop.
20: Snap a screenshot by holding the home button and power button at the same time.
21: Type faster by double tapping the spacebar at the end of every sentence. It will automatically place a period and a space.