The iPhone is packed with incredible hidden features and here are few of them that will change the way you operate your phone.
Sign A Document
It’s always painful when someone emails you the document you need to sign and you end up printing it out, signing it, and then scanning it back to yourself.
Your iPhone has a hidden feature that prevents you from pressing the print buttons.
Download the PDF attached to the email, click the pen icon in the upper right corner, and sign away.
When finished, click ‘Done’ in the upper left. Your phone will give you the option to reply to the email with the signed attachments or create new emails………….
Find A Phone’s Owner
If you ever find someone’s lost phone, just hold down the home button and ask Siri, “Whose phone is this?” She’ll tell you the owner’s name so that you can get in contact with them and return it.
Convert Your Phone To a Magnifying Glass
If your eyes can no longer read the super tiny font on a menu in a dimly lit restaurant your iPhone can come to the rescue. Open Settings > Control Center > Customize Controls > and click the plus sign next the Magnifier. Swipe up from the bottom of your screen to open the control center and click on the magnifying button. Your screen will be able to clearly zoom in on whatever it is you’re trying to look at. Click the lightning bolt to turn on your phone’s flashlight for more light.
Get the desktop version
Sometimes the mobile version of the web-pages is slightly different from the desktop version.
If you are used to the desktop version of some websites, you can still access it from your iPhone. Just go to that page, press and hold the refresh icon in the URL bar, and click ‘Request Desktop Site’.
Create Text Replacements
Auto-correct can sometimes get in the way, but your iPhone offers a feature that lets you take control of it. To access this, go to Settings > General > Keyboard > Text Replacement and tap the plus sign in the top right corner.