Top 10 Ios tips

Create Temporary New Email Addresses

Are you tired of using your primary email address for every website you visit? With the iOS 15, Apple takes care of this hassle. From the Settings > iCloud > Hide My Email menu, you can create multiple temporary email addresses to use. This is a part of iCloud’s Hide My Email function. Users can keep their personal email addresses private by creating unique, random addresses that forward to your personal inbox and can be deleted at any time.

Delete the Facebook app and just use their mobile website. Save space on your iOS device because the app doesn't let you purge the cache.

Use the Volume Button to Shoot Fast

A small tweak to the volume buttons and you could become better at capturing spontaneous snaps or videos. Press the volume up button to take a quick shot in Burst Mode. Press the volume down button to shoot a video. Keep it pressed for the duration of the shoot. But how do you enable this hidden trick in iOS 14 which turns a physical button into a button for the camera shutter?

  • Go to Settings > Camera.
  • Enable the Use Volume Up for Burst switch. This could be better (and faster) than dragging the on-screen shutter button on the iPhone Camera app.

Use iPhone as Intercom

You can turn your iPhone and other Apple products like HomePod, Apple Watch, and AirPods into an intercom. Just tell “Hey Siri, intercom, <insert message>.”

Change Per-App Text Size

In iOS 14, users could only change the system-wide font size. That behavior is changing in iOS 15. You can keep the text size change to a specific app only. Just make sure to keep the app open while using the Text Size toggle from the Control Centre.

Translate in Conversation Mode

iOS 14 comes with a new Translate app that allows you to, well, translate languages. However, it also comes with a Conversation Mode that lets you converse with others in real-time. But where is it? Open the Translate app, and then hold your iPhone in landscape view to switch to Conversation Mode.

Swipe Up and Down to Quickly Set an Alarm

The Clock app has got a tiny facelift and the Alarm has got a bit tinier. You may hate that the large scroll wheel is gone now. Instead, there’s the tiny window with the time counter. It seems counter-intuitive but that tiny window also works like the old scroll wheel that allowed you to set the time. You can set the time with two methods after you tap to add a new alarm or edit an existing one.

  • Use the number keypad to enter the alarm quickly.
  • Tap on the hour to select it. When it turns orange, you can swipe your finger on the screen like the old scroll wheel to select the hour. Then, do the same for the minutes. The keypad is the fastest way to enter the time (or use Siri). But it’s good to know about the other option as well.

Edit Date and Time in Photos

Not only can you check the image details from the Photos app, but also modify their date and time in iOS 15. You can select a single photo or multiple photos and select the Share menu. Tap on the Edit Date & Time option and change the date and time for the photo.

Add Empty spaced on Homescreen.

This is one of the best hacks in Best hacks, tips and tricks for iPhone. This simple hack lets you add empty spaced between your apps on your iPhone home screen.

Smart Stack to Dumb Stack

You can stop the Smart Stack of widgets from automatically rotating your widgets — long-press the Smart Stack, tap Edit Stack, and then turn off the switch next to Smart Rotate.