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5 iPhone 14 tricks and hacks you didn’t know

Apple just released the iPhone 14 models last month during the Far Out event. Apple’s new flagship phone comes in four models: the entry-level iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro, iPhone 14 Pro Max, and iPhone 14 Plus.

New iPhone models come with new features that you may not have explored yet. Perhaps you are excited to explore the newly purchased iPhone 14 unit. It runs iOS 16, which promises new tricks up its sleeve.

In this article, some iPhone 14 models tricks and hacks are outlined to help you navigate your new phone. This should help you explore the new features available in your new iPhone 14.

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1. Turn off Always On Display on iPhone 14 Pro

One of the new features of the iPhone 14 Pro is the always-on display, according to jeep lint. When activated, it should dim the wallpaper and highlight the clock. This feature is enabled by default. Although this new feature may excite you at first, it may drain your battery. You may want to disable it to extend the battery life of your iPhone.

To disable it, simply open Settings and tap Display & Brightness. From there, turn off the Always On option. You also have the option to keep it activated only during the day and off at night. Just go to “Settings”, then “Focus” and finally “Sleep”. From there you can select a schedule under the “Schedule” tab.

2. Pin your videos with Action Mode

Action Mode is another new feature on all iPhone 14 models, according to Apple Toolbox. But it is not enabled by default. To enable it, simply open the camera and choose the video. In the right corner, tap on the Action button. The color of the icon should change. A small popup that says “ACTION MODE” will also appear. To turn off, simply click the same icon button again.

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3. Edit or unsend iMessages

There are instances when you send a misspelled message. Sometimes, you suddenly have an afterthought and regret sending the message. The good news is that you can now edit or unsend messages in iMessage. This is a new feature in iOS 16.

Once the message has been sent and you need to edit it or unsend it, just long press on the message. You should be able to see Edit and Undo Submit in the dropdown menu. Just choose the action you want to do. However, this only works if you and the recipient are using iOS 16. If the other person is using an older iOS, they will still see the message.

4. Use Apple’s Dynamic Island feature

Finally, the darkened black space at the top of the screen is gone on the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. Instead, there’s a new feature you can use: the dynamic island that can transform into different shapes and sizes. This new feature can display your incoming calls, alerts, notifications, Face ID authentication, step-by-step navigation, play music, and more. It is like a multitasking shortcut that you can use to your advantage.

5. Take 48MP Photos

The ability to shoot at 48MP is another feature available on the iPhone Pro. To enable this, just go to Settings, then Camera. From there, select Formats, then switch to the Apple ProRAW option. Select the 48 Megapixel option. There will be a RAW toggle at the top of the screen when you open the Camera app. Tap on it and you can use a 48MP RAW shot.

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