Set a sleep timer for your music.
If you like to drift off to peaceful slumber to serene, relaxing music, but you don’t want it to keep playing long after you’re asleep, you can set a timer through the Clock app.
Create your own custom vibration pattern.
You can tap out your own vibration pattern to customize it for certain contacts or for types of notifications. Just go to Settings>Sounds>Ringtones>Vibration>Create New Vibration and use your finger to tap out the pattern.
If you’re in a crowded restaurant and waiting on an important call, you could easily miss your ringtone or vibration. Take it up a notch by enabling the camera’s LED for notifications through Settings>General>Accessibility.
Make your phone run faster by clearing up RAM.
If you hold down the power button long enough to see the “slide to power off” prompt and then hold down the home button, the screen will go blank and then your home screen will re-appear.
Provide critical medical information in case of emergency.
You always knew your phone was a lifesaver, but now it literally could be. You don’t necessarily want to rely on your phone to cough up important information when your life is on the line, but it’s another helpful tool. Fill out the form under the Health app with as little or as much detail as you like; remember, this information is available without unlocking your phone, so only put in info that you’re comfortable sharing.
When absolutely nothing else will work, it’s time for a hard reset. Sometimes your phone just needs a timeout. Hold down the home and lock buttons for five seconds or until the Apple symbol shows up and you’ll be back in business.