Given your telephone is snared to your auto’s Bluetooth or to Apple CarPlay, Apple Maps can recall where you stopped your auto. When you leave your auto, Apple Maps will send you a warning saying it denoted your auto’s area. This won’t work in the event that you don’t have a GPS signal, so remember that it’s futile in a parking structures where you don’t have signal, so underground parkers be careful. You can flip this setting on or off under
Settings > Maps.
2. Close All Safari Tabs at Once with a Long Press
On the off chance that you have a huge amount of tabs open in Safari, Apple’s at long last added an official approach to close every one of them without a moment’s delay. From the new tab page, tap and hold the Done fasten to pull a menu that permits you to close the greater part of your tabs.
3. Swipe Between Old and New in the Stopwatch Face
In the event that you’ve been exhausted of the stopwatch style for the last six or so years, you’ll be eager to realize there’s currently a stopwatch face. Open up the stopwatch in the Clock application, then swipe to one side to get to the new face.
4. Siri Can Announce Who’s Calling When You’re Wearing Headphones or Connected to Bluetooth
In case you’re driving or strolling around and get a telephone call, you more often than not need to stop and take a gander at your telephone to see who’s calling. Be that as it may, there’s another alternative (under
Settings > Phone > Announce Calls) for Siri to report the name of a guest when they ring you. You can set a few parameters here as well: You can set your telephone to just report guests when you have earphones in, when you’re associated with your auto’s Bluetooth or you have earphones in, or constantly.
5. Use the Camera As a Magnifying Glass
Have you ever wished you could utilize your iPhone’s camera as an amplifying glass? Head to
Settings > General > Accessibility > Magnifier and set the switch to On. Presently, when you triple-tap the Home catch the camera will naturally open up with a slight amplification that you can then change in accordance with whatever you’re perusing.
6. Clear All Notifications At Once with 3D Touch
On the off chance that you have a huge amount of warnings stacked up on your lock screen, you can at long last get every one of them out at in several taps—insofar as you’re on an iPhone 6s or more current. Simply hard-press the “X” symbol and select “
Clear All Notifications.”
7. Open Side-by-Side Tabs in Safari
Safari now supports side-by-side tabs, which means you can have two web sites open at once. You can invoke split view in one of three ways:
Open up Safari, then press and hold the tab button in the top right corner. When the pop-up appears, select Open Split View.
Drag a tab to the left or right of the screen.
Tap and hold on a link, then select Open In Split view.
Note however, this only works on the iPad Air 2, iPad Pro, and the iPad Mini 4.
8. Prioritize Specific Downloads with 3D Touch
Downloading a bunch of updates all at once and suddenly realize you need to actually use one of those apps? You don’t have to wait, or cancel it—just hard-press the icon, then select Prioritize Download to push it to the top of the update queue.
9. Send Low Quality Images in Messages
If you’re watching your mobile bandwidth or you simply don’t want to waste space on a friend’s phone, you can now set it so Messages only sends low-resolution images. This is great if you’re the type of person who sends dumb photos to friends all the time.
10. Voicemail Transcription
Google Voice and about as accurate, iOS 10 can now transcribe your voicemails for you. When someone leaves you a voicemail, iOS will take a few minutes to attempt to transcribe it. When it’s done, just tap the voicemail to expand it and you’ll find your transcription.