I can barely remember a time where the answer to any question wasn’t available from the palm of my hand. With our iPhones and iPads the frustration in not knowing the answer to a question is all but eliminated. A mobile browser like iOS’s Safari can have an answer for you in seconds. But how would you answer this question? “What are some of the top tips and tricks for my mobile Safari?” Well, let’s find the answer to that by reading this intensive iOS Safari tip list.
iPhone Tips and Tricks
Long gone are the days when you could easily download a song onto your device and set it as your ringtone. One would think that with the advancement of phones, this process would in fact be easier than it was on my 2003 Nokia. But instead, the options have become extremely convoluted, and for iPhone owners, the workarounds can be a pretty annoying hassle.
Getting the perfect selfie is very important to some people. And your selfie opportunities shouldn’t be constrained by poor lighting. So that’s where the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus bring in the front-facing flash. Basically, the phone’s screen acts as a the flash for the front-facing camera. This “flash” adds just enough extra lighting to really improve the quality of selfies and other front camera photos when they are in poor light. But what about folks that don’t own the newest generation of iPhones? Well, fear not, you can enjoy “selfie flash” on your older device as well.
Paying for the monthly phone bill can be a moment of dread for people fearing they went over their data limits. With “Unlimited Data” plans being almost a thing of the past, most cell phone owners have an imposed data limits. With the new iOS 9 updates, there have been numerous complaints of unusually high cellular data usage. If this is the case for you, we have some tips you can use to reign in that cellular data consumption.
Similar to Force Touch on the Apple Watch, Apple added 3D Touch to the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus. 3D touch combines a pressure-sensitive display with haptic feedback to provide an all-new user interface element for both stock iOS and third-party apps. Because it is so new, 3D touch is not universally available in all apps. Instead, it is scattered throughout iOS. Here are some tips on where it works and how you can use it to increase your productivity.
iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus come with a slightly smaller battery compared to the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. But Apple claims that even though the new iPhones come with smaller batteries, they offer the same battery life as the previous generation iPhones, thanks to the power-efficient A9 chip, radios and other under the hood improvements.