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Once you've marked an email as spam on your iPhone, the Mail app will automatically filter any future emails from this address out of your inbox.
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It's basically Google Chrome dressed in Microsoft clothing, and it could actually make you think twice about immediately downloading Chrome.
How to use voicemail transcription on your iPhone, so you can read your voicemails instead of listening to them
You don't need to turn on voicemail transcription on your iPhone — it'll be turned on automatically as long as your phone carrier allows it.
You can update Instagram on your iPhone manually by going to the App Store if the app hasn't automatically updated. Here's how to do it.
How to use the Magnifier feature on your iPhone to make signs and other text around you easier to read
You can use the Magnifier on your iPhone to magnify your surroundings, making signs and other text easier to read. Here's how to use the feature.
You can "like" a text on your iPhone, along with a variety of other reactions, by tapping and holding it. Here's a guide to the Tapback feature.
How to turn off blue light on your iPhone with Night Shift, and make it easier to fall asleep at night
You can turn off blue light on your iPhone by activating "Night Shift," which changes the color of your iPhone's display. Here's how to find it.
You can increase the bass on your iPhone audio in two main ways — through the Equalizer feature, and with bass-boosting headphones.
To change your Apple Watch face from an iPhone, you'll need to use the free Watch app. There, you can customize the face in dozens of ways.
To delete all voicemails on your iPhone at once, you'll have to select them one by one. You can also export the voicemails if you want to save them.