secret iphone codes

If you use an iPhone, there are several hidden iPhone codes that are pretty cool and you may not know about.

To help you get the most out of your iPhone, we’ve compiled some of the best-hidden features that can help make your life easier. You can also learn more about your phone.

First, if you want to prevent a caller ID from displaying your number, you can press *67 before making a call. You can also go into Settings / Phone and select Caller ID if you want to change this setting without dialing each time before a call.

second is a nifty little feature that’s not unique to the iPhone necessarily. Basically, there’s a way to get a better read on your signal strength than checking to see how many bars you have.

To see your signal strength represented by a number — and watch it change depending on how strong your signal is as you move around — go to your keypad and enter *3001#12345#. Next, press the call button. Once there, the Main Menu screen should appear. If you hit LTE > Serving Cell Mess, you can see how strong your signal strength is.

Third code, if you want to find out your device’s International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) number, you can do that quite easily. Your IMEI is a unique 15-digit identifier for your own iPhone. This is helpful if you need to unlock your smartphone on another network.

For this secret iPhone code, simply type *#06# into the keypad and you’ll be good to go.

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You can also access this information by going to Settings > About > IMEI

For additional secret iPhone codes, make sure to check out this list compiled by the New York Post.

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