One of the most useful everyday features on the iPhone is hidden in plain sight. Converting units is already pretty convenient with a search engine, Siri, or a dedicated app. Now thanks to iOS 16, conversions can be made from almost anywhere on the iPhone. Unit conversions are performed directly on inline text within a variety of Apple stock apps.
The Mail app on iPhone has several hidden features that help in certain situations. Sometimes forwarding an email is messy, with previous recipients and headers to remove. Other times an email bounces back, and it must be sent again. Mail makes it possible to resend an email without any changes to the content of the email, only delivering it to new recipients.
Send Again also makes sending a revised email to the same person easy, without all of the indentation color changes in forwarding. Follow these steps to resend an email on iPhone or iPad:
There's no better way to organize an inbox flooded with emails of all variety than to put the important ones into categorized folders and throw out the trash. Emails from friends should be in folders named for them, financial emails should be in an appropriate folder, emails about an upcoming vacation should all go to a folder and so on. The idea always sounds great but putting it into action can be tedious. If you want to get your email organized and you're up for it, here's how to create folders in Mail on iPhone and iPad: