Calling iPhone Fans : Our Top Tips For iOS Users

iOS security Tips | Protecting your iPhone from privacy attack

Apple products are increasingly becoming popular due to their performance and ease of use. However, just because these devices are easy to use and accessible to beginners, it doesn’t mean that there are no complexities. With every iPhone comes a myriad of hidden features that you probably did not know existed. From high-end security features to custom notifications and battery management, there is a lot to discover with Apple products. If you are looking to learn more about your Apple device, read on.

Switching to Dark Mode

If you have an updated iOS 13 on your Apple device, you can turn on dark mode on your systems easily. This gives pre-installed applications and any compatible third-party applications a black/dark-grey background, which is quite relaxing, especially if you want to read in the evening. To turn on dark mode, go to settings, tap display and brightness, go-to light and dark options, and select your choice. Note that you can schedule the phone to switch automatically between light and dark modes on specific times.

Using a VPN

Apple users who want to maximize privacy and security when browsing the internet from their devices should consider using a VPN. VPN on iPhone enables browsers to access the web as if they were in another country. This offers complete privacy by keeping your data safe and ascertaining secure connections. It allows you to access services that are typically not available in your home country. To do this, you should download and install a VPN app from the App Store, open an account, sign in, and configure the essential settings.

Speeding Up a Sluggish Apple Device 

Like other computing devices, Apple products tend to slow down with time due to wear out, memory, and storage fill up. Besides, new and upgraded software often favor new and faster processors. You can speed up a sluggish iPhone by following these simple steps:

  Power off your device from time to time to clear out memory
  Update the iOS processor on the device
  Routinely delete apps and files that are no longer beneficial
 Check for apps with background refresh and change these settings as they use a lot of processing power.

Using a Calculator

If you have tried using any Apple product calculator app, you certainly understand how frustrating it is when you accidentally make one wrong entry. It throws off the entire calculation. To ease calculator usage, you can delete the last typed digit by simply swiping from right to left over the results section. Doing this multiple times in a row undoes your previous steps.

Creating Custom iMessages for Unanswered Calls

Not every time is a good time for a phone call. Whereas you can just let the calls go unanswered or take voicemails, you might want to explain to the caller why you are not picking up. iOS allows you to respond to such calls with a quick text message. Depending on the version of iOS running on your device, you can swipe upward on the phone icon and choose the option of replying with a text. You can as well tap on the message icon that appears above the “Slide to Answer” slider.

By default, there are three options available with all Apple devices. They include, “Sorry, I can’t talk right now,” I’m on my way,” and “Can I call you later?” However, you can add customized messages that allow you to convey actual situations when you are not in a position to pick up. To do this, go to settings, phone, and respond with text option. Note that there is a maximum of three responses. Therefore, if you want to add a new one, you will have to remove one of the current options.

The Bottom Line

There are many other tips for Apple users that you might not be aware of. From taking photos while shooting videos, using your headphones to take selfies, making your iPhone safe for kids, setting "do not disturb while driving" mode, to controlling your iPhone addiction, these tips make it even easier to use your Apple device. More importantly, always secure your apple device with a premium VPN when browsing the internet from unsecured public Wi-Fi networks.

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