5 Hidden iOS 15 Tricks Every iPhone 13 User Should Try Atleast Once!

5 Hidden iOS 15 Tricks Every iPhone 13 User Should Try Atleast Once!
5 Hidden iOS 15 Tricks Every iPhone 13 User Should Try Atleast Once!

iPhone 13 has recently been unveiled at the ‘California Streaming’ virtual launch event. This year there are four new iPhone 13 models: iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max, same as the iPhone 12 series from last year. 

The new generation iPhones come with better battery life, cameras, higher on-board storage, cinematic video recording mode, narrower notches and new processors. The company ditched the 64GB versions this year.

The latest iPhones are powered by the new A15 Bionic SoC running on iOS 15. iPhone 13 India availability has been confirmed. Preorders will begin on September 17, and retail availability from September 24.

Let’s look at some of the tricks that you can now do with the new iPhone 13


Scheduling Notifications

The new iOS 15 will enable you to delay notifications and schedule them for later. For this, you need to go to Settings, choose Notifications and Scheduled Summary and switch it on. When you do this for the first time, you will be asked to select multiple apps and choose a time for the summary to pop up on your device. You will be able to set up up to 12 summaries that will pop up at the time of your convenience.

Hiding IP Address From All Websites

The newest iOS 15 comes with a feature that allows you to hide your device’s IP address which will allow you to hide your IP address from tracking you during browsing. For this, you will need to open your Settings app, go to Safari, scroll down until you see Hide IP Address. After this, you should tap Trackers and Websites.

Adding Background Image To Safari

For customizing your Safari app, you can open the Safari app on your phone, open a new tab, scroll down till you see the Edit option. Tap the Background Image to ON. select one of the preset images, or you can also tap the (+) button to select an image from your Photo library. 

Drag and Drop 

This feature has been on the iPad since 2017, and now, it’s finally added to the iPhone with the new iOS15. This feature allows you to drag and drop content between apps and for this, here’s what you need to do: 

Hold down the text you want to move until it becomes light blue. Now, while you still hold the text with your finger, use a finger on the other hand to switch between apps using the Home bar. After this, you should paste the content onto the test field of the messaging app or any other platform where you want the content pasted.

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