Congratulations on your new iPhone purchase. Whether this is your first iPhone or you’ve had one since they were originally released with flat sides, there are a few things you should do right now to improve your experience with it. The default settings on your iPhone may not always be to your liking, which is why you should go deep into the programme to figure out what you want to keep and what you want to tweak or disable entirely.

That is why you should change these iOS settings for the better functioning of your phone.

Turn off 5G – 5G has the potential to be fantastic. However, 5G is a myth for the vast majority of people. Your phone may claim to be connected to a 5G network, but unless you’re in a densely populated region, it definitely isn’t. If you’re coming from an older version of Safari, you’ll notice that the latest version will look a little different. Apple undergoes a number of modifications always, mostly in response to backlash from beta users who complained about how Apple packed everything into a single toolbar at the bottom.

Maintain Your Privacy – To disable Location Services or choose which apps have access to your location, go to Settings > Privacy > Location Services. The good news is that you have the option of deciding on each app individually or turning off location services entirely.

Create a Focus Mode – You may pick which applications and people can give you notifications with each Focus. Even better, they’re cross-platform, so if you set a Focus on your iPhone, it’ll apply to your Mac as well. To create a new Focus, go to Settings > Focus and hit the + icon.

Change the Default Mail and Browser – Go to Settings and select the email or browser app you want to use as the default. Then touch “Default Browser App” and choose your preferred app.