12 Things Your Didn't Know Your iPhone Could Do

12 Things Your Didn't Know Your iPhone Could Do

The iPhone is one of the world’s most popular smartphones, and those who have one spend a lot of time with it. But how well do you really know your iPhone? I bet you there are many features that you're not taking advantage of because you don't know they exist. Here are 12 features you probably didn’t know about your iPhone that will make you enjoy your phone even more.



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If you ever write anything that you want to delete, instead of deleting letter by letter, you can shake your iPhone and it will fade. Go ahead, try it.

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