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Pinch your calendar to see more hours. Turn iPhone sideways to display your whole week.
You can double-tap with three fingers to make the magnifying glass appear. Turn it on in Settings > General > Accessibility > Zoom.
To display everything at a larger size, go to Settings > Display & Brightness > View, then tap Zoomed.
Tap the dictate button on the keyboard and speak your message (including punctuation), then tap Done.
Tap where you want to set automatic exposure and focus. Then slide your finger up or down to manually adjust the exposure.
Switch Camera to Time-Lapse mode, then tap the shutter button to start recording your video.
Add relationships — spouse, brother, mom — to your Contacts card. Tell Siri, “My sister is Alexis.”
To see the desktop version of a site — instead of the mobile version — tap the address field, pull down the screen, then tap Request Desktop Site.
Tap the attach media button, select one or more recent photos to share, then tap Send Photo.
When you tap a suggested word from the QuickType bar, a space appears after it. But if you enter punctuation, the space is deleted. No need to backspace — just keep typing.
Can’t take a call? Tap Message to send a prewritten text message response. Customize the messages in Settings > Phone > Respond with Text.
You can add more keyboards — for emoji or other languages — in Settings > General > Keyboard. To switch keyboards, tap or hold down the next keyboard button whenever the keyboard appears.
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While editing a photo, touch and hold the image to temporarily show the original, so you can compare it with the changes you’re making.
To see profile photos of friends when they email or call, go to Settings and tap Facebook or Twitter. Then tap Update Contacts.
Mute notifications for a conversation — handy for, say, a busy group discussion. While viewing the thread, tap Details, then tap Do Not Disturb.
Safari can make articles easier to read. If the page you’re on supports it, tap the reader button to see just the text and photos — without ads or distractions.
Place your finger on the Touch ID and hold iPhone near the contactless card reader until you feel a vibration and see a checkmark. Set up Apple Pay in Passbook.
In apps that support AirDrop, you can share a photo, video, or document with people nearby. Tap the share button, then tap the person you want to share with.
Let those you’re messaging see where you are. Tap Details, then tap Share My Location.