So as we all know, Apple keeps tweaking and upgrading its operating system very frequently. A lot of times the operating system has new software that can make your user experience much more worth the price, yet even though we get the upgrade, we still can't tell the difference. So, we recently came across a list on lifecheating.com that provides 10 hacks that can make you a pro at this smartphone business.
So take a break from your selfies, and go through these simple hacks for your iOS 9!
1. You can hide pictures if you want to keep them secret
Simply select the picture, tap the Share button, then the Hide button at the bottom of your screen.
2. You can draw in the Notes App
The most recent update allows you to draw straight onto the screen with your finger or the Apple Pencil. Click the squiggly line icon in the bottom right of an open note.
3. You can use Siri to search/browse your pictures
You no longer have to scroll through your camera roll to find a picture. What you need to do, is ask Siri to show you pictures of a certain place or date.
4. You can zoom in on videos
It's exactly what it sounds like. You just need to zoom in the same way you zoomed into pictures.
5. You can manually increase WiFi speed
You can have your iPhone automatically switch to faster LTE speeds. Just go to Settings >Cellular>Wi-Fi Assist.
6. Siri can now give you suggestions
You can disable/enable suggestions by going to Settings>General>Spotlight Search>Siri Suggestions toggle off.
7. You can manually turn Low Power Mode on/off
Low Power Mode is designed to kick in when you reach 20% of your battery charge, and give you a little more time to use your phone. Turn on Power Reserve Mode manually by going to Settings>General>Battery>Low Power Mode.
8. You can change frame rates of your HD videos
To switch from 30 FPS to 60 FPS HD video capture, go to Settings>Photos & Camera>Record Video>1080p HD 60 FPS.
9. You can turn Siri off if she gets annoying
Go to Settings>General>Siri>Voice Feedback, then select Control with Ring Switch.
10. You can locate vendors who accept Apple Pay through your GPS
When searching for restaurants and other such places in Apple Maps, there’s now an indicator that shows whether they accept Apple Pay.