8 Tricks and Hacks for Apple’s new iOS 13

8 Tricks and Hacks for Apple's new iOS 13

If you’re like me, you’ve probably already upgraded to Apple’s newest operating system, iOS 13. While I have been a fan of the change that comes with every new iOS release, I have to admit this was one of the better ones. There are so many cool features that make using your phone easier and more enjoyable than before! With that in mind, here are eight of my favorite tricks and hacks for using iOS 13 on your iPhone. Enjoy!

Shortcuts to Get Around

#1: Hold the Control Key to see all of your open tabs. #2: A folder will automatically be created in the Files app for screenshots, photos, videos, music, podcasts and TV shows. #3: You can easily scrub through video to find a certain moment by tapping once on it. #4: Slide an app card from left to right in the Dock to close it.

Hide Apps from Dock

Tap the Home button to go to the Home screen. Swipe right to see your recently used apps.

  1. Tap Edit in the upper-right corner of the Dock, then tap next to an app you want to hide or remove from your Dock entirely. You can do this with a single finger if you’re using a touch device or with two fingers if you’re using a mouse or trackpad, so it should be fairly easy for most people.

 Password Manager

The new password manager in iOS 13 brings so many changes, some of which are long overdue. Here are 8 tricks and hacks you’ll want to use as soon as you upgrade!

One of the most important features is the ability to back up passwords on iCloud. When you create a new password using one device, it’ll be automatically synced with other devices signed into the same iCloud account. In previous versions of the operating system, users were required to create different passwords to avoid this problem.

Change Default Apps

Apple makes it easy to change default apps. You can find a list of third-party options in the Settings app > General > Apps.

 Safari Browser Extensions

If you’re an avid Safari user, these eight extensions will help you take your internet experience to the next level. With a few taps of your finger, you can have immediate access to GIFs and Web Comics with DailyGIF or full-page scrolling with PageScroll+. Whether you need better protection from nosy ads or just want to show off to friends on social media, these handy browser add-ons are worth adding to your iPhone.

 Camera Shortcuts

With the release of new smartphones and an updated operating system, it can be hard to keep up with all the changes. Enter: these five shortcuts to help you breeze through your iPhone. – Camera: Swipe up on the camera icon in the lower right-hand corner of your screen when the lock screen is shown to launch right into a camera session. – Quicker Access: Swipe down from any screen to reveal Control Center at any time, so you never have to leave what you’re doing again.

 Home Screens

The home screen is one of the most used parts of the phone. With many new features on the way, it can be tough to remember what has changed. Luckily, I have compiled a list of 8 tricks that will make your home screen easier to use than ever before.

SIRI Shortcuts

SIRI can already do a ton of things on the phone, from answering questions to sending messages, but with iOS 13, she’s about to become even more capable. With this new version of the operating system, Siri will have access to your internet browser (Chrome) so you can ask her to pull up certain sites, just like how she would with Safari.

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