- Allow Siri to announce who’s calling when you’re wearing headphones
A new and improved version of caller ID, now Siri will tell you who’s calling if you enable this setting on your phone. Go to settings >phone> announce calls and then select your preference.
- Control the brightness of your flashlight
You can control the brightness of the flashlight using 3D Touch. Hard-press on the flashlight icon to choose bright, medium or low light.
- Never forget where you’ve parked again
Show Parked Location will drop a pin on your car on Apple maps. Turn on Show Parked Location by clicking on settings >maps and then connect your phone to your car’s Bluetooth or CarPlay stereo.
- Access your camera from the lock screen
From the lock screen, simply swipe to the right and iOS will open up the camera app.
- Live photo editing
Users can edit their live photos, whether they want to edit for length, crop the size, or even add photo filters into the mix.
- Turn your iPhone camera into a virtual magnifying glass
Magnifier lets you use your camera to zoom in on text or an object in the distance. Settings> general > accessibility > magnifier. Once enabled you can activate the magnifier by triple clicking on the home button.
- Use Siri to retrieve hard-to-find photos
Use Siri to search for photos and videos based on a particular date, time frame or location. You can also ask Siri to bring up photos from yesterday or last week.
- Quickly browse through only your unread emails
In the mail app tap on the icon located in the lower left hand corner of the screen, Mail will only show you a list of unread messages. Hitting the icon again will bring you back to the everything view.
- Close all of your open tabs in Safari with one click
Safari > hold down done button > close tabs
- Re-enable touch to unlock
Use rest finger to open if you’re too lazy to physically press the button. Settings > general > accessibility > home button then select Rest Finger to Open.