TECHNOLOGY: Six things you didn’t know your iPhone 6 could do

If you are an owner of the new iPhone 6, you may be surprised by some of the new added features.

James Stoner

As well as the bigger screen, higher resolution photos and improved battery life, there are also some new popular tips and tricks to make the most of your iPhone experience.

Conserve battery life – if the battery on your phone is running low, you can extend its life by switching it to ‘greyscale mode’, you can find this in settings > general > accessibility.

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iMessage quick reply – you can now drag down on an iMessage notification at the top of your screen and reply instantly, there and then, instead of tapping it.

Access Siri hands-free – activate Siri by speech command, this is a fantastic feature if you are driving, you can find this option in settings > general > Siri and tap the toggle ‘Hey Siri.’

Hide photos – you can now hide photos to keep them from showing up in your photo stream, to do this you press and hold down any photo and tap the ‘hide photo’ option.

Reachability – benefit from a new feature that enables you to use your phone one-handed. Just double-touch the home button to shift the screen down closer to your thumb. It will then slide back to its natural position.

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