iOS 15 is packed with features that many of us don’t even use in everyday life. Save battery and protect your privacy by disabling unnecessary iPhone features.
Many iOS 15 Features Are Very Useful, But Particularly Cool
Hidden in the depths of system settings
, Other features, on the other hand, are enabled by default but are of no use to you because you don’t actually use them. Save your battery and protect your privacy by deactivating the following five iPhone features.
disable keyboard suggestions
If you’re typing a message in WhatsApp or composing an email on your iPhone, you’ve probably noticed the word suggestions that are displayed above the keyboard. Certainly helpful for slow typists from time to time, but word suggestions for quick fingers usually arrive too late – or don’t show up on time at all. If, like me, you don’t use this feature, you can also easily disable it—one less task that the iPhone would have to provide computing capabilities for.
To do this, go to Settings and slide the slider
General > Keyboard > Suggestions
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Close Safari Tabs Automatically
On the iPhone, two dozen open tabs can quickly accumulate and make Safari sluggish. If you are someone who, like me, forgets to close the respective tab after use, you can do it automatically in the settings. Your iPhone will automatically close the “You haven’t visited recently” tabs after a day, a week, or a month.
To do this, go to Settings and select
Safari > Close Tab
And then the interval you want.
App Reviews: No more annoying inquiries
Have you downloaded an app and app developers keep asking for ratings in the App Store? This can be annoying. If you slide the corresponding slider in System Settings to the left, you can prevent the app from asking you for feedback.
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Settings > App Store > Ratings in Apps.
Disable automatic app downloads and updates
Apple provides automatic app downloads and updates. The first means that an app you download on your iPhone, for example, is automatically loaded on your iPad as well. This feature isn’t always practical, and neither are automatic app updates. However, you can luckily disable both:
Settings > App Store
And slide the slider under “Applications” and “App Updates” to the left.
For many users, keystrokes are an annoying feature. If the iPhone is on mute, you won’t hear the tone anyway, but you might not want to disturb other people every time you type a message. Fortunately, you can disable keystroke sounds in the system settings:
Settings > Sounds & Haptics > Keystrokes
, While locking, you can also disable the sound.
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