Planning on buying the iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus but wondering what you should do with your existing iPhone first? Here are some tips to prepare your iPhone for sale and help you get the most money for your old iPhone to pay for the new iPhone.
iPhone Tips and Tricks
Ever since I got my iPhone 6s Plus, I’ve had workarounds that would let me quickly open the Mobile Data options in the Settings app. Toggling Wi-Fi and Bluetooth has always been easy – Control Center or the Settings 3D Touch action. But no such thing for Mobile Data existed.
Whether you’re brewing a cup of coffee, doing some cooking, or just taking a nap, we all need to set up timers sometimes. And iOS 10 makes this process ridiculously easy, thanks to the new 3D Touch Quick Actions for the Timer icon in Control Center. You can now set a timer for 1 minute, 5 minutes, 20 minutes or 1 hour without even unlocking your iPhone! Here’s how it works.
The physical Home button on iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus have been replaced with a capacitive home button with a new generation Taptic Engine.
With Apple, all set to release iOS 10 tomorrow, now is a good time for you to clean all the junk files from your iPhone or iPad and reclaim some storage space and prepare your iPhone or iPad for the update.
The Touch ID 2 sensor in iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus and iPad Pro 9.7 inch was so fast, users were flying through their Lock screen whenever they click the home button just to wake their screens up.
iOS 10 has seen a 3D Touch overhaul and frankly, I’m a fan. There’s just so much more you can do with 3D Touch now. While a lot of it are little things, they’re little things that end up shaving off seconds from your total interaction. Case in point, the new 3D Touch gesture for controlling app downloads.
When you pick up your iPhone after updating to iOS 10, you’ll notice two things. First of all the screen wakes up by itself. And the notifications look different. They look like cards. And you’ll see that there’s no “Reply” option there when you swipe to the left. That’s because there’s a new way to interact with notifications in iOS 10.
I know it’s a running meme that we don’t use the “Phone” part of the iPhone as much as we used to. This is so widespread that some think the iPhone might be renamed sometime down the line.