Here are some new hidden tricks for iPhone

Your phone is always learning new tricks – and the latest update has added loads of loads.

Remember to always update your phone for the latest features as soon as they are out.

First, make sure you are using the latest version of iOS.

This means that your iPhone must be running iOS 15.3.

To check, go to Settings > General > Software Update and install any pending updates.

Move the Safari address bar

The search bar and URL usually found at the top of Safari have moved to the bottom.

This infuriated some fans, but luckily it is possible to bring him back to the top.

Simply open Safari, click on the aA icon, then choose Show Top Address Bar.

But the truth is that you have to get used to the new design.

Apple has moved the bar down to make it easier to access.

The need to stretch your fingers up the screen may seem normal now, but you’ll soon get used to the new method.

Most importantly, iPhone screens have grown over the years – and the presence of a bar on top is simply a relic of the past.

When iPhones were small – 4 inches or less – it didn’t matter if the bar was on top.

But some iPhone models now have giant 6.7-inch screens, so ease of use has become an issue.

Drag and drop photos

Normally if you want to transfer an iPhone photo, you will probably go to the sharing options.

From there, you’ll look for Share or copy the iPhone photo to another app.

But there is a different method that is really quick and very satisfying.

Simply go to your Photos app and hold your finger on a photo.

Then without editing, go to the Messages chat and drop the image on the character bar.

The photo you chose will appear in the Messages app.

You can even select multiple photos and keep them at once.

Lots of apps support this feature, so you can share in multiple places.

It doesn’t just work from the Photos app either.

Late last year, we revealed how you can too Share iPhone photos from other places – Including Google Photos in a web browser.

Your iPhone has a tool that makes it easy to scan text from the real world to your mobile phone.
Your iPhone has a tool that makes it easy to scan text from the real world to your mobile phone.
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Your iPhone is loaded with a handy tool that allows you to quickly load the content of a list or newspaper to your mobile phone instantly.

Live Text lets you point your iPhone camera at a real object and quickly copy and paste text on your phone.

It can help to take notes on the board at the end of a meeting or class, or transcribe a handwritten note about a family recipe.

Grab an object with the text you want to scan and open the Camera app on your iPhone.

Point the camera at the object and tap the cursor that appears at the bottom right of the screen. It looks like lines of text surrounded by a box.

When you tap on it, the text moves on your screen and you have the option to copy, select, search, translate or share it.

You can copy and paste it into an email or note, for example, or share it with a friend via WhatsApp or Facebook Messenger.

You can also use live text on photos already in your photo library.

Simply open an image in the Gallery app and tap and hold a piece of text in the image to select and highlight it.

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