You probably won’t find most of the iPhone hacks online; neither is it’s longer a novelty. Users are already aware almost when the background apps are required to be closed or other everyday hacks. You may find something here that you may not have used; however, every time a system upgrades, some new and hidden tricks are available, including an update to Maps showing lie speed traps or the ability to pin your message or unlocking the car with iPhone, etc.
With all software rollouts, some better features and hackers still remain to discover. I’ve included some iPhone hacks that you can quickly use as the coolest features.
iPhone Hack # 1: Type Faster With One Hand
iOS 13 update enables QuickPath’s feature as it allows you to slide your finger rather than tapping across the letters. In some cases, it’s works faster with fewer errors. If you don’t touch the right letters every time, the correct word should be selected, just like the iMessage’s regular suggestion features and autocorrect.
It’s not new for users who already have third-party keyboards, for example, SwiftKey.
How to enable?
QuickPath is automatically enabled in iOS 13, however to turn off –
Settings >> General >> Keyboard >> Slide and Start Typing
iPhone Hack #2: Send Spam Calls To Voicemail
If you are sick of robocalls, you now have the option to direct unknown callers to voicemail. Unfortunately, robocallers are smart enough to show that someone from your contact is calling you by spoofing a number in your contact to show, and iOS can’t prevent this. But, if the number is unsaved, you won’t need to face it except outgoing calls or Siri’s searched contact numbers.
How to enable?
Settings >> Phone >> Silence Unknown Callers (Switch on)
iPhone Hack #3: Get Apps To Stay Untracked
With the one goal – collect and sell the user’s data in bulk, other companies add six (Average) trackers on your iPhone on each application. Seeing this, iOS 14 gets a newly launched tool, called “App Tracking Transparency,” to help users to block ad trackers, i.e., Facebook won’t track you over to Amazon. Apps functionality can’t be limited for anyone who wishes to be untracked.
How to enable?
Settings >> Privacy >> Tracking > Find Allow Apps to Request to Track and turn it on.
iPhone Hack #4: Pair Two Sets of AirPods to One iPhone
It may make you feel the best feature as you can share the same song to your friend or anyone on AirPods. Wireless Beats headphones support this feature, and the models include AirPods (1st generation) or later, AirPods Pro, Powerbeats Pro, Solo Pro, Powerbeats3, BeatsX Beats Studio3 Wireless, and Beats Solo3 Wireless, supports the features. Of course, you’ll have to change the setting.
How to use it?
- Connect your AirPods to your iPhone
- Go to Control Center, lock screen, or the app you are using.
- Tap the AirPlay icon >> Share Audio.
- Hold Beats headphones or the AirPods near your device.
- Tap Share Audio when headphones is shown.
iPhone Hack #5: Customize ‘Do Not Disturb’ Gates
For emergencies, this feature works best, even for minor works. You can add the number to the contacts list to breach the ironclad gates. This customization will help you know who needs your help or want to connect quickly.
How to add?
- Go to Contacts
- Find the desired person
- Tap Edit >> Select Text Tone or Ringtone
- When do not disturb is enabled, Emergency Bypass will allow to sound or vibrate from the person.