The iPhone calculator app is underrated for its simple look and interface. But did you know that it’s more than just simple arithmetic?
Here we take a look at some of the hidden features of the default calculator app that you can take full advantage of while calculating.
1. Delete the last digit entered
Touchscreens aren’t the most accurate typing surfaces, especially since you don’t get tactile feedback with every key press. That’s why it’s easy to make mistakes when entering numbers in the calculator app on your iPhone.
However, in that case, you don’t have to redo the calculation or enter the last number again.instead, you just need to Swipe left or right When you type in a number, the app removes the last digit you typed.
You can also press Ha Clear the input if you accidentally enter a wrong number in the middle of a calculation. This action removes the last number you typed and highlights the last math function you pressed to avoid confusion.
don’t press Ha multiple times or Alternating current button; this will reset the calculator and remove all the functions you have entered so far.
2. Copy and paste numbers
There are several ways to copy the current numbers on the calculator. The easiest way is to press and hold the numbers to see them. copy button. Alternatively, you can double-tap to reveal the same button.
again, three finger tap Show clipboard actions in calculator display. copy button. Or, if you want to use the iPhone’s handy gesture, pinch the calculator’s viewing area with his three fingers and it will copy the numbers you see.
If you want to paste a number into the calculator, you have to put the number in the clipboard first. You can then use the tap-and-hold, double-tap, or three-finger tap method to bring up the paste button. You can also spread three fingers apart on the calculator display and paste the numbers you copied.
The last item copied on the iPhone is paste A button appears and the three-finger spread works.
3. Copy the last calculation result
You can always copy the numbers currently displayed in the Calculator app using the method above. But what if you want the last result from Calculator, but you closed the Calculator app and forgot to copy it?
Don’t worry, there are multiple ways to copy the last calculated result without opening the Calculator app.Swipe down to reveal your iPhone’s Control Center, then just tap and hold the calculator icon to open a window showing the final result copy last result button.
Just tap this button and the last result will be displayed on your clipboard. You can use this feature even if you’ve customized your iPhone’s Control Center to not display the calculator icon. Find the Calculator app on your home screen or app library, then tap and hold to bring up the same window.
Also, if you have too many apps and can’t find the Calculator app, type ‘calculator’ in the Spotlight search, tap and hold the Calculator app in the results, and tap[最終結果]Show the window.
4. Reveal the scientific function
iPhone Calculator looks simple when launched in portrait mode. But if you want to see more powerful features, just turn off portrait lock on your phone in the calculator app and then turn your iPhone to landscape.
The phone reveals some advanced scientific features. If the feature you want isn’t here, tap the second button to see more features.
5. Do calculations directly from search
It makes sense to open up the Calculator app when you need to calculate something, but did you know there’s a faster way to solve math problems? Spotlight Search on iPhone lets you enter equations directly You can answer math questions by simply
So if you need a quick solution to your problem, you can use Spotlight search. Sometimes it’s more convenient than the calculator app because it shows the result without pressing the equal sign. This allows you to check the numbers and functions you entered, so you can check whether your input is correct.
6. Ask Siri to solve math problems
If you’re doing something with your hands, such as holding a tape measure, it’s inconvenient to open the calculator app and do calculations. Thankfully, Siri is smart enough to do it for you.
So instead of using your hands to find the answer to a math problem, you can say something like, “Hey Siri, is 23.5 inches in centimeters?” Or “Hey Siri, what’s 7% of 339?” This allows you to do quick calculations on the fly and let Siri dictate your answers.
7. Let the calculator dictate the results
You can also let the calculator app dictate the results. But first he needs to enable the text-to-speech feature on his iPhone.You can do so by going to Settings > Accessibility > Audio content > Audio selection.
After enabling this, select a number in the calculator display,[話す]Tap the button and hear the result. It’s that easy!
8. Increase calculator font size
Calculators already have large displays, but this may not be enough, especially if you have poor eyesight. So if you want to see the numbers better, you can use your iPhone’s accessibility settings.
go to Settings > Accessibility > Per-app settings, then tap add app. type calculator In the search box, tap the appropriate result.
when i go back to Per-app settingstap calculator. Bottom Display and font sizetap bold and choose uponBack to . Settings for each calculator appTap. big textDrag the slider at the bottom to the right to maximize font size. Now try using the calculator app. A large number appears on the display.
Few third-party calculators needed
The iPhone’s default calculator app is already powerful for most needs. Know its secrets and make the most of it.
Unfortunately, the app has no history, so if you want a record of past calculations, you’ll have to use a third-party calculator from the App Store.