13 iPhone and iPad tips to help you get that last...

iOS 14 changes the iPhone’s home screen.

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iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 were released in September and offer new features iPhone and iPad. (Here is the full device compatibility list.) Apple will announce that on Tuesday iPhone 12 on his October 13 Virtual event “Hi, Speed”.

We don’t yet know what the unique properties are iPhone 12 will bring, but we’ve used iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 and found lots of improvements, settings, and tools that are sure to change the way you use your current iPhone and iPad.

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For example, you can completely personalize your iPhone’s home screen by pressing Create custom app icons and place new widgets wherever you want. With the iPad update, you can now use the Apple Pencil (125 US-Dollar bei Amazon) Write in any text field instead of pulling up the keyboard. That’s just the beginning.

Here are the best tips and tricks we discovered for iOS 14 and iPadOS 14. We will update this post regularly. You can find more fantastic tips here.

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App Library is the iPhone’s new app drawer.

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1. Check out the new home screen features

The iPhone has an app drawer-like feature called the App Library that acts as a warehouse for any apps that you don’t use regularly. You can access the app library by swiping across all current home screens from right to left on your screen. Another innovation for the iPhone is the ability to place widgets on the home screen. Apple provided developers with the tools to create a new style of widget that is sure to make your Android friends jealous. We’ll go into more detail about the changes to the homescreen here.

2. Create a custom Smart Stack widget

Speaking of widgets, you’re not tied to using Apple’s curated Smart Stack widget. You can create your own batch of widgets Use the same technique that you would use to create an app folder. Seriously, deciding which widgets to include takes longer than making it.

Just keep stacking widgets until you’re satisfied.

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3. Create your own app icons

Apple also added new features seine Shortcuts App, with the most popular supplement is the ability to Create your own app icons and completely customize the look of your phone. So instead of the Apple Mail app icon, you can download an icon that replaces it with a picture of a cute cat or the Gmail icon and use that to launch the app. The process is a bit tedious, but if you want a homescreen that is second to none, it is well worth your time.



Custom symbols are all the rage right now.


4. Use apps without installing them thanks to app clips

think of App clips as miniature apps That only shows you part of what the full app can do. For example, a Yelp app clip can show you the business hours and menu for a specific restaurant and nothing more. Do you want to try? Open the Apple Maps app on your iPhone, find Panera Bread, tap a location, and select Order takeaway. Pretty cool right? After you’ve used an app clip, you can access it again in the recently added folder in the app library.

5. Picture-in-Picture is transferred to the iPhone

No longer do you have to decide whether to watch a Twitch stream or browse Reddit on your iPhone. IOS 14 lets you do both at the same time after Apple added picture-in-picture mode to the iPhone. The iPad has had this feature for a few years now, so it’s nice to see the iPhone getting it too. Whenever you’re watching a video, all you have to do is exit the app and return to the home screen to trigger PiP. There are some apps like YouTube that don’t support this feature. You can see a list of all the apps installed on your phone that support this by going to the settings > General > Picture in picture. Read more about picture-in-picture to get a better idea of ​​when and where it works.



Picture-in-picture is incredibly useful.

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6. Deleting apps can now be confusing

With the App Library, there’s now an extra step when it comes to deleting an app from your phone, and for long-time iPhone users, it’s not easy at all. But it doesn’t have to be too confusing We’ll guide you through the new steps.

7. No more Apple Mail and Safari

Apple added the ability to delete your own apps from your iPhone a few years ago. However, you couldn’t set apps like Gmail or Outlook as the default email app. Now you can, but Apple only limited this new feature to the email and web browsers. It It only takes a few taps to make the changeAfter that, you’ll never have to deal with Apple’s apps again.



It’s true, you can set some default apps on iOS 14.

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8. AirPods Pro get a new audio function

The iPhone and iPad aren’t the only devices to have received a major update. Apple’s AirPods Pro also received a small firmware update that added a new feature called Spatial Audio. You must of course be using an iPhone or iPad with iOS 14 to use the feature. With both devices updated, every time you play a video, the sound will follow the movements of your head and adjust with every twist and turn. CNET’s David Carnoy described it as an “out-of-bud experience”. And he’s not wrong.

9. The iPad looks more like a Mac than ever

iPadOS 14 includes several new features and improvements that bring the user interface closer to looking and working like a Mac. Or is it the Mac that makes it look like an iPad? MacOS Big Sur? Either way you’ll want to Find out all about the new iPad features in iPadOS 14.



Can’t you find the emoji you need? Search for it.

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10. Hidden features are the best features

Not to mention, there are some hidden features in iOS 14 that do some really amazing things. For example, a new tap back feature lets you tap the back of your phone two or three times to trigger a task like taking a screenshot or launching an app. We found a total of nine hidden functions Well worth sharing this with you, and you plan to keep adding to the list.

11. New data protection functions

Keeping your data private is one of Apple’s most important marketing points, and iOS 14 will go further than that to keep your data private. There are new location sharing settings that restrict whether an app sees your exact location or a more general area. There’s also a new notification point that shows when an app is using your phone’s camera or microphone, and finer control over which photos an app has access to. Find out about all of the new privacy features and how to use them.



You don’t have to tell apps exactly where you are if you don’t want to.

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12. Improve your selfie game

The camera app has a new setting for the front-facing camera that will make your selfies glow. The new mirror mode forces the camera to act more like a mirror, making it easier to make sure your shot is framed and oriented the way you want it to be. We’ll show you where to find the new setting.

13. Do you want more? We made it

As a bonus round, we’ve put together a few more tips to help you do even more, such as: For example, tag someone in a group conversation in the Messages app and use Apple’s new translation app to have a conversation in two completely different languages. We’ll walk you through these two tips, plus a few more of our favorite features.

There’s still a lot to learn and find out in iOS 14 and iPadOS 14, so we’re just getting started. Presumably iOS 14 will be installed on the iPhone 12 when it arrives later this month.

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