Your iPhone has become a part of your soul. And while you feel naked without that little pocket-computer, you really don't know it as well as you think you do.
iPhones are incredibly powerful, and the people who designed iOS know what they're doing—and when they don't, they usually improve. Shazam used to be the only app to discover music in the moment. Now, it just powers Siri when I ask what song is playing. That is innovation. That is synergy.
But wait, there's more!
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9. Shake to undo.
Better than the delete button? Maybe, maybe not, but it’s good to have options.
10. Use your phone to view photographic negatives.
Just invert those colors! They look better than this photo, and it works pretty well as a live view. You can go into the Universal Access settings every time you want to do this (or go grayscale) or you could just use a triple-tap of the home button as a shortcut—it can do other things too, like sleep your phone if the sleep button is broken.
11. Hold down photo button for bursts.
One of those pics is bound to be in focus.
12. Find out what is eating your battery.
This stats page lets you know what apps you use too much.
13. Lock in exposure and focus.
You see that yellow focus square? Hold your finger on it. It’ll lock the settings so you can have more control over your photography.