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15 How-To Tweets About the iPhone You Should See

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Straight from Apple, most of the these tweets come with a short how-to video. They're all great features that you should know about. Go through this list and pick up some cool iPhone know-how right now. Some of you will soon be impressing your children and/or grandchildren with some amazing texting tricks.

How to contact family and friends from your lock screen

How to take a picture when you’re taking a video

How to multitask

How to find your car with Maps

How to set up customized mailboxes

How to view the entire thread of an email conversation

How to use Bubble Effect in text messages

How to send a text in your own handwriting

How to use Invisible Ink when sending a text Invisible ink lets you have more fun writing your friends. Your photo or text will remain hidden until swiped. pic.twitter.com/Z820DN4ard — Apple Support (@AppleSupport) October 16, 2016 How to use Screen Effects in text messages When an emoji just doesn’t cut it: Use full-screen effects to set the party mood or celebrate. pic.twitter.com/54mTJKTPMq — Apple Support (@AppleSupport) October 27, 2016 How to use the Digital Touch menu in Message Let your fingers do the talking. Use the Digital Touch menu to view all available gestures, then try each one. pic.twitter.com/3l8HlphX2H — Apple Support (@AppleSupport) November 8, 2016 How to select multiple photos One finger, lots of thumbnails. Here’s how to easily select several photos at once. pic.twitter.com/1AnA7gRPXZ — Apple Support (@AppleSupport) December 10, 2016 How to edit light levels in Photos Lighten up. Make lighting adjustments in advanced editing tools. pic.twitter.com/YZLc5SV2Pc — Apple Support (@AppleSupport) December 13, 2016 How to find the built-in leveler A picture is worth a thousand words. Uneven shouldn’t be one of them. pic.twitter.com/00XSCHJf8C — Apple Support (@AppleSupport) January 2, 2017 How to use TapBack in your texts React with a Tapback. Blend texts and reactions seamlessly in iMessage. pic.twitter.com/khUkEoJpJ6 — Apple Support (@AppleSupport) December 3, 2016 back to top {source}