Trust Us, You'll Want to Change These 20 iPhone Settings

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Say it with me: You aren't stuck with your iPhone's default settings. You can (and should) change plenty of features on your device, depending on how you want it to function. Sure, koora goal you'll have to dig into the software, but it will be worth it to make your device work the way you want.

Whether you want to move the address bar in Safari or restrict data usage when you're running low, the power is in your hands.

We'll take a look at 20 settings for iOS 15.5, Apple's latest major version of its mobile operating system, that you can configure to make your iPhone better -- for you.

And if you want to take a sneak peek into the future, you need to check out what Apple has planned for iOS 16 later this year, including all the new major features that will be available on iOS 16 and which devices will be compatible with iOS 16.

A phone showing a notification bar at the top of the screen, propped up on a table in front of various toysA phone showing a notification bar at the top of the screen, propped up on a table in front of various toysThis incoming call alert isn't ideal for everyone. 
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