iPhone X: Tips, Tricks & Apps

iPhone X: Tips, Tricks & Apps

Time and time again, the iPhone has redefined the idea of what a phone can be. Apple’s most iconic device has come a long way since the debut of its original model in 2007, but that hasn’t stopped the company from seeking to push the boundaries of mobile technology with every new release. With the iPhone X Apple has once again set the standard for smartphones in quality, versatility and accessibility. In fact, one of the only downsides to having such a feature-packed phone is that it can be difficult to know where to start. Thankfully, iPhone X Tips, Tricks & Apps will help you to unlock the full potential of your iPhone. Explore our tips section then get to grips with all the best features via our step-by-step tutorials and see how your iPhone X can transform your everyday life.

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Make calculations Accessing the calculator The need to make quick calculations is something that all of us require from time to time. Whether you are using a bank app or simply need to work out some quick figures, the Control Centre offers the fastest way to get started. Swipe up to enable the Control Centre and you will see the calculator icon in the bottom row. Tap it and the Calculator app will immediately open ready for you to start adding and subtracting. Don’t forget that entering landscape mode enhances the available functions and will give you scientific capabilities as well. Once you have finished what you need to do, double-tap the home button to go back to the previous app that you were using. It’s a handy feature that you can…

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Display widgets Access app features The iPhone has built on the use of widgets to help you access key features of your favourite apps without having to launch them. To access your widgets, swipe to the left while on your Home screen or Lock screen and you will see an array of widgets in effect. Scroll down to the bottom of the list and you will see the ‘Edit’ button. Tap on this and you will see a list of widgets that are already being used (you can disable them by tapping the red ‘–’ next to each one) and a list of those that aren’t. You can enable currently unused widgets by tapping on the green ‘+’ icon next to each one, after which they will vanish from one list and…

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