Sunday, August 7, 2022

TOMORROW’S TAP Only iPhone geniuses know these FOUR hacks – including a hidden DIY tool

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ARE you a true iPhone genius? Knowing these four handset hacks might prove it.

We’ve rounded up some of our favorite little-known iPhone tricks that every self-respecting Apple fan should know.

You can instantly identify a song with a built-in Apple tool.

The feature works with the music identification tool Shazam, which was actually bought by Apple.

With it, you can quickly identify songs playing on your iPhone – or anywhere else.

You can add a quick shortcut to Apple Music detection in your control center.

This makes quick access much easier.

All you have to do is go to Settings > Control Center and then add music recognition to the bottom of the list.

If you then swipe into your control center (by swiping down on the top right of the phone) you can access it quickly.

Just tap the Shazam icon – which looks like an S – and you’re gone.

This allows untitled TikTok songs to be quickly identified.

And it can also discover songs that are playing in the real world near you.

Your iPhone has a hidden DIY hack that you can access in seconds.

In fact, it’s technically two hacks: hiding a measuring tool and spirit level in your iPhone.

The Measure app became available a few years ago as part of the Apple iOS 12 update.

It uses clever camera technology to determine distances, giving you a pretty accurate reading of how long or wide objects are.

To use it, simply point the camera at the object you want to measure.

If it’s an easy-to-track shape, Measure will automatically measure the width, length, and even calculate the surface area of ​​the object.

Alternatively, you can create your own lines and shapes using the large plus button on screen.

The Apple Measure app also has a spirit level feature.

If you’ve ever used an iPhone for typing, you know that sometimes it can be difficult to go back to correcting or adding parts.

This is especially true if you’re trying to edit a word midway through, as it’s difficult to place the cursor.

Well, there’s a precision cursor trick hidden in the Apple keyboard if you know where to look.

It allows you to move precisely between characters in the text without furiously tapping the display.

Just hold down the spacebar when you’ve entered text.

The keyboard suddenly turns into a trackpad that you can drag your finger to move the cursor.

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