20 Best iPhone 12/Pro/Max Tips and Tricks


Let's talk about iPhone 12/Pro/Max tips and tricks. Let's start with the basics and then move on to more advanced tips and tricks.

#1 START THE CAMERA QUICKLY

Your lock screen has a camera button at the bottom right and you can press it for a long time, but it is very small , instead swipe left from the right side of the phone and turn on the camera directly.

#2 SPOT SEARCH TIPS

Here you can search not only for the name of an application, but also for any setting. For example, you might want to add a new language to the keyboard. You don't need to search the settings, you can just write "Language" in Spotlight Search and instantly go to that setting. Or if you want to see your camera settings, just type Camera and the settings result will appear below. Or do you want to disable the auto brightness option? Type "Auto brightness" and it will appear immediately.

#3 VIDEOS QUICKLY

Did you know that you can record videos quickly without ever going into video mode? Just turn on the camera, hold down the shutter button; Your iPhone will start recording a short video. As soon as you let go of your finger, the video ends.

#4 STANDARD FILES LIKE JPEG

We recommend going to Settings, then Camera, then Formats, and choosing the Most compatible format instead of the Most efficient. JPEG take up a little more space, but it's easier to copy and view on different devices.

#5 QUICKLY CHANGE CAMERA SETTINGS

Quickly switch between video settings directly from the camera app. Tap the numbers in the upper-left corner to quickly switch between higher resolution 4K and smaller HD files. You can record at 30 fps for everyday things and 60 fps, which is more suitable for sporting events.

#6 OUR AUDIT CENTER

Open Spotlight Search, type "Control Center," and turn off "Show Home Controls." From here it is possible to add several useful icons to the Control Center.

#7 HOW TO GET A FULL-PAGE SCREENSHOT?

Apple also supports Extended Screenshots, so you can also capture a longer webpage. But it works a little differently than it does on Android. First of all, on iOS, this option is only available in Safari, so you can't use it in other web browsers, such as Chrome. Here's how it works: Take a screenshot in Safari, tap the screenshot image, and then press the "Full page" button.

#8 LONGER BATTERY LIFE

You can also use Low Power Mode, which is indicated by the yellow battery icon: it limits 5G connectivity, reduces app refresh, stops automatic downloads, and reduces some visual effects. Tests also show that when in Low Power Mode, the CPU on your iPhone works at about 70% of its normal speed.

#9 MODE FOR ARTICLES ON THE WORLD' S SAFARÄ°!

Open spotlight search and type screen, where you can tap Auto and use dark mode when it goes dark outside. Unfortunately Dark Mode does not darken the background of web pages in Safari, but here is a nice solution: When Dark Mode is enabled, you can enter a specific article and tap the reading mode button at the top left, which turns the background black.

#10 CHANGE THE POLITICAL ACCENT

Did you know you could change Siri's accent? Open Spotlight Search and type "Siri Voice" and you can choose from American, Australian, British, Indian, Irish and South African accents, as well as male or female voice.

#11 THE AR MEASUREMENT APPLICATION

If you have a 12 Pro series iPhone, you now have a great LiDAR sensor for augmented reality. A simple example is to open the Measurement app and have your child or a friend stand in front of the camera. He will see the person automatically and tell you with pretty good accuracy how long he is.

#12 AND CORRECTIONS

As you write, you need to go back and make corrections. It's easier to do this with precise cursor control: When the keyboard is on, press the spacebar long, and the keyboard turns into some kind of touchpad, and you can use the cursor with it.

#13 AND GETTING MORE BACK

When writing on iPhone and iPad, you can swipe three fingers left to get back the last function, or right to repeat the final operation. Alternatively, you can touch it twice with two fingers to get it back. The larger Max is more useful on phones or iPad.

#14 END SPAM CALLS

If you get a lot of annoying calls from unknown callers, you can easily end it. Spotlight Open search and mute unknown callers type, tap on it and turn on the feature, and you won't be disturbed anymore.

#15 IN THE FILES APPLICATION

iOS's file manager app gives you a ton of information. You can't even see the name of a file or video in the Photos app. To see this, open the picture, and then tap Share and select Save to Files, and you'll see its name and format.

#16 ALL THE INFORMATION ABOUT A NEW PHOTO

After entering the Files app, long press a file. To get a full Exif reading for photos, tap Info: You can see when the image was created, when it was modified, when it was last opened, the model from which it was taken, the aperture, ISO, everything.

#17 A ZIP FILE

You can also use the Files app to compress multiple files into a single archive for easy sharing. Tap the dots button in the upper right corner and select multiple files, now tap the dots button in the lower right corner and choose Compress. A new ZIP archive file will be created.

#18 PHOTOS ARE SECRET?

Did you know that you can hide photos from the camera roll? Select a few of your photos to hide, tap share and choose Hide, then these will disappear from your camera roll. They're not password protected, but you can only see them if you go to the Albums tab and scroll down to the Hidden folder.

#19 YOUR MOBILE HEALTH

Finally, turn on spotlight search and type batteries, then go to Battery Health. It is a part of data that is only on iPhones and not on Android. Brand new iPhones always have 100% battery health, but drop percent when you use the phone for a few months. This shows the wear on the iPhone battery, and when it reaches about 80%, your phone may slow down and it is recommended to replace the battery with a new one.

#20 YOUR OWN PYLON IN THE LONG TERM

If you're going to charge throughout the night, it's a good idea to turn on "Optimized battery charging" on iPhone; this way your iPhone charges up to 80%, and the last 20% charge is close to waking up. You still wake up with a fully charged battery, and since the phone is charged more slowly in the range above 80%, the battery is less limited and you protect your battery.

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