iOS 16, Apple’s latest software update for the iPhone, is now available in public beta. This means that if you have an aftermarket iPhone 8 or newer, you can try out the preview version of iOS 16 and start testing features months in advance before the final rollout in the fall. The new iOS update brings a ton of features that will allow users to customize their iPhone lock screens and change the way they text friends through iMessage.
Here are five iOS 16 tips and tricks you should know when using your iPhone 12 or iPhone 13.
Enable keyboard haptics for vibration while typing
By taking a page out of Android’s playbook, Apple is finally adding built-in keyboard haptics to the iPhone. Haptics lets you feel vibrations as you type. This is good news because you can now access haptics without downloading any third-party software. The idea behind keyboard haptics is to indicate physical confirmation to users when they type. These vibrations act as “confirmations” according to the types of users.
When you download iOS 16 on your iPhone, keyboard haptics is always disabled. Here is what to do to enable keyboard haptics on iPhone:
* Open Settings on your iPhone
* Faucet Sounds and Haptics
* Scroll down and select Back keyboardk
* Tap the toggle to enable Haptics
Sort Playlist in Apple Music
One thing that annoys Apple Music users the most is that the playlists are fixed in the order you created them. Now, with iOS 16, you can easily sort playlists by title, artist, album, or release date. So basically you can rearrange the songs in any playlist with sorting options available on Apple Music. To sort songs in a playlist on Apple Music, open the Apple Music on iOS 16. When the app opens, tap the Library Tab basically. On the inside Libraryselect Playlists. On the next screen, tap the playlist whose order you want to change. By default, the playlist will be sorted in the order it was added by the creator. To rearrange this playlist, press the 3 dot icon in the upper right corner. From the overflow menu that appears, select sort by.
Recently deleted chats in Message
Sometimes when you’re sorting through messages in the Messages app, you accidentally press the wrong button and delete something you didn’t want. It can be embarrassing and annoying, but luckily it’s not the end of the world, especially if you’re using Apple’s Messages app. With iOS 16, you can recover deleted messages. Deleted messages are moved to the Recently Deleted folder in the Message app itself.
Here’s how to access the Recently Deleted folder in Message:
*Open it Message application.
*Faucet Filters on the top corner left.
*Select the Recently deleted folder.
*Select the cat you want Wipe off Where Retrieve messages from.
Convert currencies via camera
Converting currencies has never been easy, especially when traveling abroad. Whenever you eat at a restaurant or go shopping, what we always end up doing is taking the help of Google to convert currently. But that’s in the past. With iOS 16, you can convert currencies directly through your iPhone camera and no longer have to manually enter currency values online.
Here’s how to convert currency directly through your iPhone’s camera:
*Open it Camera and point it to text.
*Press the To analyse icon in the lower right corner.
* When you are done, press the Convert bottom left icon.
Press and hold to delete the contact
Deleting contacts on your iPhone can be a troublesome experience. Currently, to delete a contact on an iPhone, you need to go through the “Edit” function on a contact card. This changes with iOS 16. On iOS 16, you can now quickly perform the “Delete” action by long-pressing any card in Contacts. Here’s how:
*Go to Contact you want to delete
*Press and hold Contact
*Select Delete Contact
*To confirm your selection, press Delete Contact