When a new operating system comes out, it can be hard to know where to start! We all want to get the most out of our Phones, but exploring an unfamiliar interface can be daunting. So we have combed through all the features and picked out the top 8 iOS 15 tips and tricks that can help you to make the most out of your iPhone.
1. Get into Focus Mode:
Focus Mode allows you to set up custom Do Not Disturb (DND) settings across your Apple devices. It comes with preset like Work, Sleep, and Personal. You can also create custom versions. A handy bonus is that when enabled, people who try to contact you via message will be able to see that you’re in that mode.
2. Hide your E-mail from Websites:
The next iOS 15 tips and tricks consist of hiding your E-mail from websites. If you’re an iCloud storage plan subscriber, you now have automatic access to the Hide My Email feature. Just tap Hide My Email when it pops up and you’ll see a random email address to use as a shell. Tap on continue or refresh icon to choose a different one. Tap use and you’re good to go!
3. Cut out FaceTime background noise:
You can cut out FaceTime background noise with voice isolation. iOS 15 offers a Voice Isolation that makes your voice stand out even in a noisy setting. Just open FaceTime, swipe down from the top right corner of your screen, tap Mic Mode, then select Voice Isolation.
4. Explore the world in 3D:
Apple Maps has an exciting new update this time. If you zoom all the way out, you’ll see a 3D map that you can explore with your fingertips. Just pinch your fingers toward each other to zoom out, then pinch out on any area you want to explore. Drag your finger to rotate the world!
5. FaceTime with your non-iPhone friends:
One of the best iOS 15 tips and tricks is that you can FaceTime your non-iPhone user friends without looking into any other app. To solve this problem open FaceTime, create a link to send to your non-iPhone contact, have them open it, and start your chat. Simple!
6. Swipe through safari:
iOS 15 is bringing a ton of improvements to Safari, but one of the easiest, most intuitive changes is you can now navigate between Safari tabs just by swiping left or right at the bottom of your screen. Swiping the left of your last tab will open your Safari Start page.
7. Use live text in photos and cameras:
The new update allows you to select text on your camera or in a photo as if it were text on a webpage or note. All you have to do is point your camera at text or open a photo with it. Tap on the Live Text button, and enjoy the options of copying, pasting, searching, and even translating.
8. Update your Memoji:
iOS 15 lets you update your Memoji to include things like over 40 new outfits, stickers with new poses, two different colored eyes, etc., and three different accessibility options: cochlear, implants, oxygen tubes, and a soft helmet. Just update your Memoji as you would in the past, and enjoy all the new offerings.
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