iPhone X “Ten” is the latest iPhone from Apple. It was first announced on 12 September 2017, and the first release date is 3rd Nov 2017. According to Apple, it is the Next-Gen Phone, but its all up to the user responses. No wonder that iPhone X has some unique features that make it great. The most discussed feature of iPhone X is its Display and FaceID. The iPhone X seems to be different than other iPhones, so we need to learn to operate it efficiently. For that here, I am going to write about Top 5 iPhone X Tricks and Tips and how you can use them.
Before moving to iPhone X Tricks and Tips take a look at its Specifications. The iPhone X comes with 5.8-inch an edge to edge Super Retina Display. It is It comes with latest iOS 11 pre-installed on the Phone. For security, it does not have TouchID, but FaceID has taken its place.
iPhone X Specification:
- iOS 11 OS
- 5.8″ Super Retina Display with 2436×1125 pixel Resolution & 458ppi
- A11 Bionic a Hexa-Core Processor
- Dual 12-megapixel (f/1.8 & f/2.4 Aperture) rear camera with Dual OIS, Quad-LED True Tone flash, Portrait Mode, Portrait Lightning
- 7-Megapixel Front Camera with f/2.2 Aperture, Retina flash & Portrait Mode
- 64GB/256GB ROM
- Wireless and Fast charging Support
- Bluetooth 5.0, WiFi Dual Band, LTE, USB Type-C, NFC
- Face ID Unlock feature
- IP67 Water and Dust Resistant
Top 5 iPhone X Tricks and Tips:
It is said to be the next-gen lock system by Apple. It detects face and eye both at the same time to Unlock the iPhone. Also, It can recognize Face at low light condition. So now in iPhone X, we can use the FaceID in every field where we were using the TouchID in other iPhones.
During setting up the iPhone, you can also setup the FaceID. You can also set up FaceID from Settings. Go To Settings > FaceID & Passcode > Enroll Face. Now move your face within the circle till the whole circle becomes green, Repeat the process and Done. To reset the FaceID go to the same location but now this time select Reset FaceID in place of Enroll Face.
Back to Home Screen: When you are at any page or App then you can get back to home by the gesture. Just “Swipe Up from the bottom edge.”
Multitasking Window: Swipe Up from the bottom and keep your finger on the screen until Multitasking window opens up.
Control Panel: Swipe Down from Top Right.
Notification Center: Swipe Down from Top (except Top Right).
The screenshot is the necessary thing that we always take to capture the screen that we want. In all other iPhones, we can take a screenshot by pressing Home Button + Power Button. But in iPhone X there is no Home Button so, to take screenshots we need to press Power Button + Vol. Up Button.
In iPhone X there is new emoji feature called Animoji. In Animoji the different emoji’s mirrors our movements and expressions. It is possible due to the TrueDepth camera that analyses more than 50 muscle movements. You can also create videos of Animoji and save it to the memory. And then you can share it with others.
How to Save Animoji Video:
You can save the Animoji video by tapping on the export icon on the bottom left and then tap on Save Video.
5. Removing App from Multitask
How to Quit Apps from Multitask:
To do so first of all open Multitask window as I have told in gesture sections. Then Hold page or card for the small duration of time until the minus signs come up. Now you can swipe up the pages or touch on the minus sign that appears on the top left of every Page.
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