Apple Users, Want To Enhance Your iPhone Experience? Here Are 5 Game-Changing Hacks

Apple Users, Want To Enhance Your iPhone Experience? Here Are 5 Game-Changing Hacks

Apple Inc.‘s AAPL iPhone might be one of the most popular devices from the tech giant’s stable, but many of those owning it may not know that a few tricks could improve their experience significantly.  

What Happened: Arun Maini, a tech YouTuber who goes by the name ‘Mrwhosetheboss’ and has 13.2 million subscribers on YouTube, shared a video showing five distinctive iPhone tricks that can improve Apple users’ experience.

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Trick I: Making Navigating Through Pages Easy

Swiping on the home screen dots allows users to navigate through pages of apps seamlessly and quickly. This also works on emoji keyboards. 

Trick II: How To Increase The Intensity Of Your Torch Light?

If the user’s torch is not bright enough, head into the control center, press and hold the torch icon and adjust the light’s intensity. 

Trick III: Improving Screen Recording Experience

Before starting the next screen recording, long press the recording button. After getting the option of “Toggle on the microphone,” users could add a voiceover to their recorded clips. 

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Trick IV: Do You Open A Lot Of Tabs On Your iPhones?

If yes, go into the tab view. Press and hold any one tab. From here, users can either close every tab except the tab they’ve chosen or close everything at once by long pressing the done button. 

Trick V: And Finally, The Quick Scroll 

While using the iPhone, users can see the screen’s scroll icon in the top right corner. Tap on the icon and use it to improve your scrolling experience. 

Users can watch the complete video here: 

This video had more than 3.3 million views at the time of writing. 

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