I've had an iPhone for four years.
Because I use the device every day, it's so easy to forget that it can do so much more than help me to surf the web and send text messages.
There are little things that I take for granted, such as creating a custom vibrate pattern so I know who's calling without looking at my phone.
I put together a few of my favorite not-so-common iPhone features for you here.
To lock your screen orientation, double tap the home button and swipe to the right. You'll see a gray circle opposite the rewind button.
Tap that one time and a lock will appear. Now when you turn your phone sideways the orientation will stay put.
Setting an alpha numeric password can add an extra layer of protection to your phone.
To enable, first head to settings.
Next, tap general, navigate to the middle of the page, and select passcode lock.
Turn "Simple Passcode" off and you will be prompted to enter your alpha numeric password.
Head to your camera roll and select a photo. In the bottom left hand corner you'll see an arrow icon. Tap that and a menu will come up.
Choose "Tweet" near the bottom and a menu will come up with the photo attached in the top right corner.
Type your tweet and you're done.
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