12 hidden iPhone features we discovered after installing iOS 14

12 hidden iPhone features we discovered after installing iOS 14

Apple’s iPhone and iPad currently run iOS 14 and iPadOS 14, respectively. Well, to be exact, they’re using version 14.3, which brought its own share of new features to the operating system that powers Apple’s phone and tablet lineup.

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The update includes new features, such as Fitness Plus, Apple’s new subscription workout service and a hidden camera feature for iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max users (more on that below). But there’s so much more to iOS 14 as a whole. For starters, Apple completely changed how iPhone owners interact with their home screens, including the the ability to add widgetsan app drawer of sorts and the option to create your own app icons.

These welcome enhancements will surely enrich your experience, but my favorite tricks in iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 are the ones you have to work to find. For instance, you can now fully ditch Apple Mail and Safari with a new default apps setting.

Below, I’ll walk you through how to use ten of the best hidden features I’ve uncovered in iOS 14.3. This list will surely continue to grow, so check back for more gems.

These welcome enhancements will surely enrich your experience, but my favorite tricks in iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 are the ones you have to work to find. For instance, you can now fully ditch Apple Mail and Safari with a new default apps setting.

Below, I’ll walk you through how to use ten of the best hidden features I’ve uncovered in iOS 14.3. This list will surely continue to grow, so check back for more gems.

Get a privacy report for every webpage you visit

Have you ever wondered how many ad trackers you come across on any given webpage, or during all of your browsing activity? Well, now Safari can tell you that.

Open Safari on your iPhone or iPad and visit a website. Any site will do. Tap on the Aa button in the address field at the top of your screen. At the bottom of the options list is a new Privacy Report. Just below the label you’ll see the number of trackers that are actively being blocked by Safari from tracking you. Tap the Privacy Report button to view a more detailed 30-day log of ad trackers that Safari has blocked or kept from keeping tabs on your browsing habits.

If nothing else, you’ll be more aware of just how prominent ad trackers are online, with nearly every website and service using them…Read more>>

Source:-cnet

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