How to be a master in iPhone X user interface. Most of the people who own an iPhone X didn’t know much things about the iPhone X and also didn’t know the common things also such as how to take a screenshot in iPhone x because there is no home button and many other things only because there is no home button in iPhone X which makes many questions in your mind and in my mind too. There are also many difficulties faced by new users of iPhone X and if you want to be a master or expert in using iPhone X then you are at right place because in this post I will tell you all tips and other hidden features also which are available in iPhone X and by knowing these features you will become an expert in using iPhone X. So, let’s have a look at the points or feature stated below.
Swipe Up to Home
The fastest method and easiest way to go to the Home screen is tapping on the display to wake up (in the bottom part) and quickly swiping up from the bottom edge of the screen. Once you get used to it, this flick gesture will become second nature. And by the time the unlocking animation is done, Face ID should authenticate you.
Double Click to Apple Pay
Since the Home catch is gone, recollect that you begin paying for Apple Pay by twofold tapping the Side catch. The Apple Pay UI will come up quickly. Your default card will be there as soon as humanly possible. Simply validate with Face ID and put your iPhone X close to the peruser. Much the same as that, the exchange will be confirmed.
Pro Tip For Accessing App Switcher
The way you use App Switcher is that you swipe up from the Home line or indicator and you have to hold up a bit (or as Apple called it a pause when you stop). In any case, this holding up pause or time can feel like perpetually to the point that you get that Taptic criticism.
One approach to speed this procedure (at any rate for your psyche) is to swipe up and after that over to one side. The main way this works is you adequately swipe up first (or else you’ll change the latest application).
Just Tap to Wake
The fastest way or method to wake up your iPhone x is to just a tap anywhere on the screen when it is turned off. Although Raise to Wake and Side button also works as well. But because the device is so tall, reaching to the Side button can sometimes be a tough thing for some people like me.
Control Center From The Right Ear
To access or open up the Control Center, Just swipe down from the top-right corner of your iPhone x are where you see the status icons for battery, Wi-Fi and more (the right ear next to the notch). You can also customize the control center to do that just Go to Settings -> Control Center -> Customize Controls to add additional controls like an Apple TV remote, Notes shortcuts, Low Power Mode toggle and more.
The Notch Brings Down Your Notifications
Swipe down on the upper bezel or notch itself to bring down the Notification Center. In iOS 11, this is now called as Cover Sheet and it’s the same as your Lock screen as you can see time in the middle of screen also. So you’ll see Now Playing controls here and you can access the camera with a left swipe gesture.
Force Quitting Apps
Quitting apps on iPhone X takes one more step. After you’ve entered the App Switcher, tap and hold on one of the icons till you see the red minus icon. You have to then tap on the all minus icons appear on the left corner to quit the app or just swipe up. Once you’ve quit the apps you want, tap on the empty area to exit this mode.
Quickly Jump Between Apps
This gesture is surprisingly fast and intuitive. You should try to integrate this into your day to day life especially if you find yourself switching between common apps like Mail, Safari, Notes and more.
Take a Screenshot
You take a screenshot of the iPhone X by clicking the Side and Volume Up buttons at once. You’ll hear a familiar old sound like clan and you’ll see the screenshot preview in the bottom-left.
Shutting Down the Phone
Click and hold the Side button and either of the Volume buttons. This will bring up the familiar Slide to Power off menu.
Quickly Disable Face ID
Grip the top part of your phone and click and hold the Side button and either (or both) volume buttons. You’ll get a feedback and Face ID will be automatically disabled and will not open until the next time you enter your passcode. If you’re in a situation where you think you might be forced to authenticate with Face ID, just hold the top buttons from your pocket or your purse to disable Face ID.
If you’re facing any issues with the iPhone X, your first instinct is usually to do a hard reset. To do this on the iPhone X, click the Volume Up button, then quickly press the Volume Down button and then tap and hold the Side button till you see the Apple logo.