Ex-Apple employee reveals seven game-changing iPhone hacks nobody is using trends now
In a TikTok video seen by more than 14 million viewers, Tyler Morgan, a former sales rep at Apple, revealed seven key hacks that most users were unaware of.
There were several surprising hacks included in the video, including shaking the phone to undo typing, adding commentary to screen recordings, and using the search bar as a calculator, all of which will become major time savers.
Morgan has gained a huge social media following by sharing insights into his time at Apple and giving advice to customers.
Tyler Morgan posts hacks for iPhone consumers on his TikTok platform @hitomidocameraroll
He has previously warned followers that official Apple accessories are not worth buying, where to buy cheaper Apple accessories, how to fix their devices, and iPhone feature hacks.
His goal now is to share what he’s learned from his time working at Apple and to give his followers a reason to come back for more content.
‘These are more tips I thought everyone knew.’
Below are his seven under-the-radar hacks:
Tap to snap, hold to record!
It isn’t necessary to scroll to the video feature on an iPhone camera, Morgan said.
Instead, users can simply hold down the button that would normally be used to take a picture, but the feature has another hidden option.
As with TikTok or Snapchat, while holding down the record button, users can slide their fingers up or down the phone’s screen to zoom in on the picture.
Although this feature will save only a few seconds, it could be the difference between catching a child's first steps or switching to record just in time for the child to lose their balance and fall.
Where speed is essential, you'll be glad to know this hack.
iPhone users can access the one-handed keyboard from the globe tool on the bottom righthand side of the keyboard
One-handed keyboard makes texting a breeze
If you’re multitasking and only have one free hand to text a response to a message, the one-handed keyboard feature might be exactly what you’re looking for.
Morgan shows that by holding down the globe button on the bottom left of the keyboard, a prompt will pop up showing an