Hidden features to try on iPhone 14: internal computing solutions for PC – News Block

There is always something that a user can miss while exploring their new iPhone 14 device. The hidden gems within the iPhone 14 variations are exciting enough. So, check them out below.

Store information directly from an image
It’s no surprise that Apple uses AI to provide the best user experience. Now, when you simply click on an image that contains text, you can copy the information directly to your clipboard and paste it into notes. Save notes, documents or important information at any time and quickly.

Live filter editing
Forget the hassle of applying filters to your images after you take them. The iPhone 14 and its variations have a “photo style” feature that appears on your live screen with different filters, allowing you to see in real time what the result will look like. That is extremely beneficial for photographers.

Disable HDR video mode
iPhone 14 Pro models, by default, record video in HDR or Dolby Vision, which takes up a lot of space and offers limited compatibility with other devices. Turn it off by visiting your device Settings > Camera > Record video > turn off HDR video.

Block unnecessary apps from tracking you
More and more apps have started tracking and recording user data and usage patterns across their apps. If you find it unnecessary and a violation of your privacy, you can simply block such apps and disable tracking.

To do this, you need to visit your device Settings > Privacy > Tracking. Here, you will see an option that says “Allow apps to request tracking”, which you need to turn off.

Limit screen frame rate
The iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max models have their displays set to the maximum refresh rates (120Hz). This can drain the battery quickly. So lowering the frame rate will be good if you want to conserve battery and improve your device’s battery time.

Just visit your device’s Settings. Then click on Accessibility and then tap on Motion. The screen will display the “Limit Frame Rate” option. Turn it on and the frame rate won’t cross the 60fps mark.

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