If you are iPhone user then this article will help you a lot.
Iam quite sure that still there are many hidden iPhone tricks that you need to know.
Each of the tips that follow below, however, are completely hidden. There is no indication that these functions exist in iOS, and we guarantee that most users don’t know about them. In fact, we also guarantee that even the savviest iPhone owners among you will find at least one or two things you didn’t already know. In fact, ran this list past a friend who works at Apple and there were a few things that even he didn’t know.
In your iPhone app, press the green call button on the keypad screen to make the last dialed number appear.
you can simply Make your iPhone run faster by clearing out the cache in several of Apple’s apps using a secret trick. In the App Store, Podcasts, Music, Game Center, iMessage and Phone apps, tap on any single tab icon at the bottom of the screen 10 times in a row.
Make TouchID work faster:
Save the same fingerprint multiple times as different entries and TouchID will work much faster. This is especially useful on older phones like the iPhone 6 and iPhone 5s.
In your iPhone just open Spotlight and type something like “20 euros in GBP,” and it will instantly perform the conversion.
If you want to do quick math problem now you can do it very easily on your iPhone. No need to open the Calculator app, just pull down to open Spotlight and type it right there.
Clear RAM to make your phone run faster:
Hold down the power button until you see “Slide to power off,” then let go and hold down the home button until the screen goes blank and your home screen reappears.
Hold down the camera’s shutter button to shoot in burst mode.
Turn the flashlight off:
How many times have you turned your flashlight on and wished that you didn’t have to swipe open the Control Panel again to shut it off? Now you can do it by simply swipe up on the camera icon on your lock screen and the flashlight will turn off.
3D Touch while drawing:
All of the drawing tools and the eraser are pressure sensitive in the Notes app.
Recently closed tabs:
Want to reread this article on your phone but you forgot what site you were reading it on in the first place? Simply tap and hold on the + symbol in Safari on the tab carousel view to open a screen that lists all of your recently closed tabs.
Desktop version of a site:
We all know you can request the desktop version of a mobile site in Safari but it’s easier to do than you think. Just hold down the reload button in the URL bar.
Peek at tabs:
Not sure you want to open that tab in the Safari tab carousel? A 3D Touch will let you Peek at it first.
Peek at bookmarks:
Did you know you can use 3D Touch to Peek at bookmarks before you open them?
3D Touch an item in your Reminders app to edit the time or add a location.
Save a draft with one swipe:
In the Mail app, tap on the subject line and swipe down to the bottom of the screen to save a draft.
When you get a notification at the top of the screen that you have a new iMessage or SMS, pull the notification downward to reply without leaving the screen you’re on.
Slide to the left in the Compass app open the level. Then place your phone flat with the screen facing away from the ground to reveal a bubble level.
3D Touch an artist in the Music app to Peek at their music.
Reenable Low Power Mode:
When Low Power Mode automatically shuts off as you charge, you’ll get a notification on your lock screen that it has been disabled. Swipe left on that notification to turn it back on.
Find an iPhone’s owner:
Did you find a lost iPhone in a bar? Simply ask Siri, “whose phone is this?” and it will show you so you can get in touch with him or her and return it.
This is one of the new iPhones’ best features and there are still SO many people who don’t know about it. Double-touch (don’t tap, touch) on the home button and the entire screen will shift down so you can reach the top without shifting your grip.