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Top 5 iPhone gestures to impress friends and get the most out of your phone

Are you an iPhone user? Check out the top 5 iPhone gestures to get the most out of your iPhone, And yes, this will impress friends too.

| Updated on: Jan 31 2023, 13:11 IST
The latest iOS 16.3 update for iPhones will transform your experience
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1/6 iOS 16.3 has some amazing new features including the Security Keys for Apple IDs. Apple has introduced the Security Keys feature, which allows you to strengthen the security of your account by requiring a physical security key as part of the two-factor authentication sign-in process.  ( HT Tech)
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2/6 Apple has introduced the Black Unity Wallpaper for iPhones to honour Black history and culture. (Pixabay)
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3/6 Advanced-Data Protection will be available globally with the iOS 16.3 update providing you a choice to activate end-to-end encryption for additional apps such as Notes, Photos, Message backups and more. (HT Tech)
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4/6 Apart from these, Apple has rolled out support for the recently launched 2nd Gen HomePod. Moreover, the update also fixes several bugs and issues such as the accidental, issue of the horizontal lines on the iPhone 14 Pro Max, the black wallpaper bug, and Siri issues in CarPlay have also been addressed. (Unsplash)
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5/6 Who is eligible to get the update? Anyone with an eligible iPhone. That means anyone with an iPhone 8 or later will be able to download the iOS 16.3 update. (Unsplash)
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6/6 How to install the latest iOS 16 update: Just open Settings and tap General. Now go to the Software Update and check for the latest available update. (Unsplash)
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Use gestures on your iPhone to get the most out of your iPhone. (Apple Support)

iPhones are arguably the best smartphones that you can buy today. They are equipped with flagship features and provide some of the most intuitive and secure smartphone experiences that you can get. As can be imagined, they have a number of amazing features. Among them are iPhone gestures and they add great value to the user experience. These gestures are designed to make navigation and control of the iPhone more intuitive and efficient. With gestures, users can perform a wide range of actions with just a few simple actions. These will certainly amaze your friends.

So, whether you're a new iPhone user or a seasoned one, knowing gestures can help you get the most out of your iPhones. So, check out the top 5 iPhone gestures to get the most out of your iPhone.

1. Access Camera from lock screen

You can quickly access the camera directly from the Lock Screen to capture precious moments instantly, even while the iPhone is locked. To do this, simply swipe left. On supported models, you can touch and hold the camera icon on the lock screen, then lift your finger to open the camera.

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2. Change layout of Photo Library

iPhone's Photos app displays all the photos stored on your iPhone. However, if you've got thousands of photos on your iPhone, finding the photos you want becomes a tedious task. To counter this, you can pinch in and out in the photo library to group the photos by day, month and year.

3. Select multiple photos

Want to delete or share multiple photos at once? You can do this with a simple gesture in the Photos app. Simply select and tap on the first photo, then slide your finger across the screen to select all the other photos you want.

4. Undo text

Although you can erase the text using backspace in apps like Notes, Messages, Safari and more, a simple gesture can do it quicker. Swipe to the left to undo, or to the right to redo using three fingers.

5. Use iPhone with one hand

When you use an iPhone with one hand in Portrait orientation, you can use Reachability to lower the top half of the screen so it's within easy reach of your thumb. This feature is particularly useful for users with smaller hands or when the phone is being used with one hand. To lower the top half of the screen, swipe down on the bottom edge of the screen.

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First Published Date: 31 Jan, 12:37 IST