12 Useful iPhone Shortcuts

Updated January 20, 2014
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If you have an iPhone, there is possibly some features that you may not know about yet. This is why we decided to come up with a list of iPhone shortcuts that you could possibly use. Check out the list below:

Use the + volume button on your phone or headphones as a shutter for the camera

Create photo albums by clicking on edit and then the “Add” button in the Photos app.

Create texting shortcuts by going to Settings > General > Keyboard and then Shortcuts.

Add Emoji keyboard by going to Settings > General > Keyboard and then add Emoji.

Add accents on characters by holding down the letter on the keyboard.

Turn your keyboard on Caps Lock by double tapping the shift key.

Look up a word in the diction by holding down a word and then douching Define.

Add bold or italics to an e-mail by highlighting the word(s) in the Mail app and then tapping BIU

Turn off/turn on “Read” receipts in iMessage by going to Settings > Messages.

Create custom vibrations by going to Settings > General > Accessibility and turn on Custom Vibrations under Hearing. You can adjust the vibrations by going to Settings > Sounds > Ringtone > Vibation and then “custom.”

Take a burst mode photo in your camera by holding down the camera button (takes 10 photos per second).

Insert photos or videos into an e-mail by creating a message in the Mail app and then click in the message to see the “Select, Select All” menu, tap the arrow, and select “Insert Photo or Video.”