New iPhone 11 Class-leading features And A Guide To Help You Become An Expert iPhone User!

iPhone has a class of its own, and everyone knows that. Even its critics also admit that the iPhone has a lot of unique features that no other OS or other brand offers. If they do offer, they just copy. It would not be wrong to say that the Apple iPhone sets the trends.

Apple is trying its best to full fill the requirements and demands of its customers. They hire best mobile app development teams to make the applications which actually help the user and perform well all the operations that users need.

Many of us are habitual of shifting from one smartphone brand to another. Those who are making a shift on the iPhone from another brand, or an older iPhone OS, they might not be aware of some new features of the iPhone that help a lot and save our day. Read in detail and learn about these without wasting your precious time learning these things the hard way.

Setting Up your New iPhone

The very moment when you turn on your brand new iPhone for the first time, you’ll be greeted with a “Hola or Hello” in many languages. It will be the same whether you are starting from scratch, or switching from Android or restoring from another iPhone. Now you will have three options for setting up your iPhone:

  1. Set up as a new user: means starting from the start, each and every setting, from scratch. This is for people who are quite new to the iPhone or online services, or want their iPhone to feel really new.
  2. Restore from your previous iPhone or Cloud: You can do it online with iCloud or via data traveler with iTunes. This is for the people who already have an old iOS device and are switching to a new one who want everything they had on the old device transferred to the new one.
  3. Import from Android: The Apple has provided an app on Google Play to make data transfer easy. The online services allow you to move a large amount of data from any old device. This option is used when switching to an iPhone or iPad from another smart phone brand or platform.

Talk With Your New iPhone

Apple’s trade mark voice assistant “Siri” can be accessed by holding down the side button or by simply saying “Hey Siri.” This command will activate Siri. Now there are some amazing commands for the Siri that will make your day.

Basic commands: You can tell Siri to turn on any of your phone functions. For example, if you want to turn on the airplane mode just say “Siri turn on Airplane mode”. You need to turn the mobile data on and your hands are busy, no problem, just say “Siri turn on mobile data” and boom, your data will be turned on. There are many commands like these which the Siri will understand and execute.

Type Commands: You can literally talk to Siri. Suppose you are driving and you don’t want to take your hands off the wheel but you also want to type a message. Siri will not just type the message but it will also send it the exact contact you wanted to send.

All you have to do is just say “Hey Siri type a message and send it to xyz”. This is not it, with this command, you can send text messages, WhatsApp or from any other app you want to. You can also ask Siri to read messages from your inbox.

Get Organized: Siri can also help you to stay organized during your daily routine. Set reminders, meetings and alarms. You can tell it to remind you of things at specific times or when you arrive at a certain location. Say “Siri Remind me to buy a gift when I’ll reach home”.

You can ask Siri to search for things online and on your phone. Here are some commands and questions you can use to explore what you are trying to find an answer:

What’s the condition of weather tomorrow?

Find the best software development services in town!

What are the new rates of currencies?

Convert feet into meters!

There are countless commands that you can say to Siri. So, just keep on asking and Siri will keep on learning.

Learn New iPhone 11 and 11 pro Cameras Tricks

Apple is always a pioneer in making awesome cameras and in their latest iPhones, they have absolutely nailed it. Apple introduced new wide angle cameras that are capable of taking photos almost equivalent to the result of a DSLR lens. The iPhone 11 and 11 Pro both have new ultra wide cameras at the back. The 12-megapixel (f/2.2) camera has some breath taking photo shooting results.

You can shoot 4K videos with this new camera. All you have to do is just go to the settings > camera> record Video and switch it to 4K. This will enable all the lenses on your iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro to record 4K video.

You can zoom better with new iPhones. The buttons will give you an accurate zooming level, you can also use a zoom level between 0.5x and 2x. The cameras will switch seamlessly in the background. Swipe on the zoom level buttons to expose and control. Click on it to change the zoom level, as simple is this.

The Slofie: The “Slofie” describes the slow motion selfie feature of the latest iPhone models. The iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro are the first iPhones to support slow motion recording with the front camera at 120 frames per second.

Make Your Own Animoji and Memoji

The trend of sending emojis and animojis is trending these days and it is being preferred than sending conventional typed text messages. By noticing this trend, apple has again hit the nail right at the top. With Apple phones, you are not just able to send emojis but you can also make your own animojis and memjis. 


All you have to do is open messages and tap the compose button or compose a message to start a new message, or go to an existing conversation, tap the Animoji button, the animoji icon, then swipe right and tap the New Memoji button to add a new memoji. Customize the features of your memoji, such as skin tone, hairstyle, eyes and more, and tap done. This is it.

Going to wrap it up now. So, these are some new features in Apple’s latest iPhones that we thought are worthy enough to bring to our readers. Let us know which is your favorite feature in new iPhone. Also let us know if you want information related to web development or mobile app development.