To force restart your iPhone X, initially press and then swiftly leave the Volume Up button, then press and quickly release the Volume Down button. Now press the Side button and press until the screen goes off and the Apple logo appears.
If you want to restart your iPhone X, first press and then hold the Side button and either the Volume Up or Down button at the exact time until the Slide to Power Off is visible, then use this option to power off the phone.
Swipe from the end to about the middle of the screen. Your apps cards will shrink so you will able to see them and close the once you’re done with. OR, swipe up and across from one of the bottom corners.
Tap to Wake
Are you trying to wake up your iPhone when it’s there on a flat surface? Just tap the phone once and the lock screen will appear. People using android familiar with the double-tap-to-wake feature, the iPhone X simply needs a single tap, which is useful when you try to quickly check the time or notifications without lifting up the phone and starting Face ID. Just tap anywhere on the screen to allow this feature.
Say it with animoji!
iPhone has its facial recognition software to create a few animal looks that use your live expressions. To create a video on your own, tap the icon of a monkey in the App Store, then pick your animal. Create your “animoji video” to send through iMessage.
Turn On Reachability
Reachability is an easy feature that assists you to navigate a larger display with a single hand by only tapping on the home button twice. With the iPhone X, reachability is a no different story. Go to ‘Settings,’ then navigate to ‘General’ > Accessibility, and finally to ‘Reachability.’ Manually select this feature. When you’re want to use it, swipe down on the horizontal bar at the bottom of the screen from any app.
With the removal of the home button, iPhone X users have to go through some more rounds to use the Magnifier. Begin by pressing the side button three times consecutively. Then follow these steps: Go to Settings > General > Accessibility and select Magnifier to use.
UI for the FaceID
You might know very well that iPhone X has announced the new feature of Face ID for verification. So, the UI designers should keep in mind that they will not find the Touch ID for home keys any longer. The users will unlock the device through face detection. So, the designers must have to develop Face Id and not Touch ID.
Take a photo in Portrait Mode
In iPhone X, you can use Portrait Mode on both the rear- and front-facing camera. When you start the camera app, select Portrait mode, and you’ll get a carousel of various Portrait Lighting options such as Natural Light, Studio Light, Contour Light, and etc.
Take a screenshot
Captivating a screenshot on the iPhone X may feel a slight foreign feature with the no home button present, particularly because now it’s similar to taking a screenshot on an Android phone. The only thing you have to do is press the lock and volume button at the exact time.
So what are you waiting for? Everything you should know about your iPhone X is here. But before start using your new iPhone X don’t forget to plan for a suitable iPhone protection plan to avoid any external damages.