“How long have you been an iPhone user? A year? Three years? Five years? Did you buy the original iPhone all the way back in 2007 like we did?” Zach Epstein reports for BGR. “Whatever the case, and however long you’ve been an iPhone user, we can promise you with absolute certainty that there are features buried in your smartphone that you had no idea were there. It’s completely unavoidable; there are so many features baked into iOS 10 these days, that it would be impossible to remember all of them.”

“Some of the lesser-known features in iOS 10 that you’re unaware of are probably useless to you, so it doesn’t matter if they stay hidden forever,” Epstein reports. “But other features you’re currently unaware of could completely change the way you use your iPhone, and that’s why we share hidden iOS features as often as we can here on BGR. Today, we came across a nifty little resource with some secret iPhone features that only power users know about for the most part, and we would be remiss if we didn’t share it with you.”

“Reddit user ‘slidescream2013’ took to the site on Wednesday to ask a simple question of the folks in the Apple subreddit. He or she recently purchased a new iPhone 7 Plus, and while it’s unclear if a jump was made from another platform, the user was looking for good examples of ‘little features or tweaks that aren’t super obvious or featured,'” Epstein reports. “The resulting tips were a good mix of key iPhone features that less savvy users are typically unaware of, and lesser-known features that only power users typically know about.”

More info and link to the Reddit thread in the full article here.

MacDailyNews Take: There are some good ones in there, so check it out.

We’ve explained how to invoke trackpad mode in iOS so many times that we’ve lost count. (Touch two fingers down on the keyboard on non-3D Touch devices; press firmly on the keyboard on 3D Touch iPhones.)