A Deep Dive Into Iphone

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If you’re a techie who’s always on the lookout for new tech, especially if you possess an iphone xs the talos principle background, then this article is for you. If not, it’s also for you. Let me break it down: the Iphone is a fantastic piece of technology with so many capabilities and features that even the most experienced Android users would be green with envy. Regardless of your device preference, these are some things that everyone should know about their favorite phone.

1. You can hang your headphones on a pair of jacks

Did you know that you can actually hang your headphones by tying them around the two jacks (the bigger one and the third, smaller one)? It’s the perfect solution for those who have nowhere to place their earphones after use.

2. You can take a screenshot just by clicking the Power and Home buttons at the same time

If you want to document something that appears on your screen, all you need to do is press the Power and Home buttons at the same time. Your phone will make a shutter noise, indicating that a screenshot was taken. You can also see it in your Camera Roll and share it easily – pretty neat!

3. You can use your headphones as the remote

If you’re looking for a way to leave your phone on the table and still be able to control it, there is a special button on the headphones that can do just that. This button needs to be pressed once in order for you to be able to control your music player. However, every additional press changes the mode – it will either stop or go back, change songs or play/pause.

4. You can draw on the keyboard

This is a pretty cool feature that will make you want to draw all over everything – it allows you to doodle on your keyboard’s letters, making your life a whole lot easier. For example, if you’re having trouble spelling a specific word, just draw it on your keyboard. You can make the drawing basic or get creative and add details like arrows and other shapes.

5. The hands free option works while you’re in the car

The hands-free talking option available on iPhones allows you to use Siri conveniently via voice commands in order to be able to text, get directions and make calls without touching the screen of your phone. It will be most useful in situations where your phone is in a holder or somewhere that is not easily accessible – it enables you to control your phone without having to take it out of your pocket or bag. On the other hand, some people may find it annoying – they can’t even listen to music while driving and have their hands unintentionally wiped off the steering wheel.

6. Arguments over who uses the camera most

Since the iPhone 6s has a 12 megapixel camera, there are definitely those that feel it has more quality compared to their Android counterparts. The fact that you can adjust its aperture (a type of lens) and metering means that it’s capable of taking amazingly clear photos at almost any time. This means that the debate among people about which is better, the iPhone or an Android-based phone will never cease.

7. Screen shots, if you’re wondering

A screenshot is the image taken from a video or a phone’s screen. To take a screenshot on an iPhone 6s, you need to press the Side button and Volume Up button simultaneously. Depending on how your phone is set up, tapping the Home button will also allow you to take a screenshot.

8. Know where to watch your videos on

iPhones do not come with an actual YouTube app ( it has been replaced by Google’s official one ), but in order for you to still be able to enjoy online videos, all you have to do is download and install yet another application that brings all of YouTube’s contents straight into your iPhone without any hassle. 

9. You can set up a Wi-Fi hotspot

There are plenty of situations that require you to share your internet connection for multiple devices – maybe you want to leave your laptop on and have your phone connect to it, or perhaps you need additional Wi-Fi for an upcoming trip. All you have to do is select the Internet Sharing option in Settings >> Cellular & Wi-Fi and choose the password (or type it in manually) that you would like to use when connecting your device to a public network.

10. Apps that are normally only available for the iPhone are on Android

There are many apps ( games , for example) that only work on an iPhone but have counterparts that work on your Android. 

11. Your phone doesn’t have to have a data connection to make a call or send a text

No more need to worry about accidentally signing into someone’s account and having it be charged. The feature is called “data roaming.

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