– 5 iPhone Hacks You Must Know and number one should be your favorite.
The latest operating software, iOS 13, brings new tricks to the iPhone.After 12 years of the iPhone, it’s no longer a novelty and neither are most of the “hacks” that you’ll be able to find online.
You probably already know that you should close your background apps for faster performance or that you can put the device into Airplane Mode to charge it up more quickly.
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Here’s something you may not have in mind, though: with every operating system update comes new hidden tricks that cannot be easily revealed.
Last September, iOS 13, Apple’s latest software, introduced some fancy new features like Dark Mode on all devices, but as with previous software fades out, there are some things that need to be discovered.
- Turn on Dark Mode
These are a few steps on how to activate your dark mode, but I know you will still want to achieve some benefits of dark mode, like reducing your eye strain at night – consider turning it on during certain hours.
- Display and brightness
- Turn on Automatic and Tap Options.
There you create a particular time of plan for dark mode on your own specific timing.
- Type Faster With One Hand
Apple is nearly a decade now (a period of ten years) in enabling this feature (a distinctive important software element). QuickPath swipe typing lets you slide your finger across the letters of whatever you’re trying to type/say, rather than tapping.
It’s much faster and in some cases, prone to fewer errors. Even if your finger isn’t directly touching all of the correct letters, the right word will be selected, similar to the regular autocorrect and suggestions feature in iMessage.
However, if u use a third-party keyboard app like Swiftkey, then this isn’t new for you.
QuickPath is turned on by default when you download iOS 13.
To turn it off, go to
- Slide to Type
- Pair Two Sets of AirPods to One iPhone
Connect your AirPods to your iPhone > Tap the AirPlay icon in the Control Center or from your lock screen or the app you’re listening to > Share Audio > Hold your friend’s AirPods or Beats headphones near your device (keep the AirPods in their case, but with the lid open, put all others into pairing mode) > When your friend’s headphones appear on-screen, tap Share Audio.
- Play Radio Stations Through Siri
This feature isn’t exclusive to iOS 13. A restricted amount/number of iOS 12 users can enable it but this is the first time that all iPhone users can ask Siri to play a given radio station, from your local pop FM channel to NPR.
Say “Hey Siri,” and follow with “play [name of radio station] radio station.”
- Charge Wisely, Not Hardly
A battery’s lifespan is related to its chemical age, which is more than just the length of time since the battery was assembled,” Apple writes on its website.”As lithium-ion batteries chemically age, the amount of charge they can hold becomes smaller or weaker, resulting in reduced battery life and reduced peak performance.”
Optimized Battery Charging was introduced last fall with the operating system of iOS 13. It supposedly reduces wear-and-tear on the battery by delaying charging past 80 percent. On-device machine rules, learn your charging habits so that the feature only kicks on when your iPhone thinks it’ll be plugged in for an extended period of time, like overnight.
This setting is turned on by default when you update to iOS 13.
To turn it off, go to
- Battery Health
- Optimized Battery Charging.