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How to Search iPhone Settings



Finding the right iPhone setting you need to change can be a problem. With iOS 9 you can search iPhone settings so that you can always find the option you want, and change your iPhone settings faster.

We’ll show you how to search iPhone settings so that you can change options you need without wasting a lot of time hunting for the right menu.

Many of the iPhone settings we like to change are not in the area where we think they should be. With this new iOS 9 feature you don’t have to remember where the option to turn on Low Power Mode is or how to change 3D Touch settings on the new iPhone 6s.

Learn how to search iPhone settings.

Learn how to search iPhone settings.

This works on any iPhone or iPad running iOS 9 or higher. If you are still on iOS 8, you can see what’s new in iOS 9 to see if it is worth upgrading to at this time. You don’t need any jailbreak tweaks to use this new option.

iOS 9 runs on the iPhone 4s and newer, iPad 2 and newer and the iPod touch 5th generation and newer.

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How to Search iPhone Settings

Instead of tapping around on various iPhone settings to find the right iPhone settings to change, you can simply search your iPhone settings.

Open the Settings app on your iPhone. On this main screen pull down and then you will see a search box. Type the setting you are trying to change into the search box and it will show you options you can change.

iPhone Settings

If you know what you are looking for on your iPhone, but not where to find it, this is an easy way to get to the settings, even if you have no clue where it is located on your device.

After you master this iPhone how to, you can use the slides below for a look at things you need to try on the iPhone 6s.

10 Exciting iPhone 6s Features You Need to Try

Take a Live Photo

Take a Live Photo

The iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus can now take a live photo that includes a few frames before and after you press the shutter.

Live photos are on by default on the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. All you need to do is take a photo like normal when the Live icon in the middle of the camera settings is yellow, and it will work.

You can set these as your lock screen or you can simply watch them in the gallery by pressing on the screen.

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