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Take Control of iOS 12 by Josh Centers

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Take Control of Control Center

Control Center is a handy way to access common controls. To open Control Center on most iPhones, swipe up from beneath the bottom of the screen. On the iPhone X, XS, XS Max, XR, and iPad, swipe down from the upper-right corner of the screen. (Figure 14).

Figure 14: Control Center gives you quick access to network settings, brightness, audio controls, and more, including the iPhone’s flashlight. To see more options, press a control.
Figure 14: Control Center gives you quick access to network settings, brightness, audio controls, and more, including the iPhone’s flashlight. To see more options, press a control.

Use and Customize Control Center

Control Center is composed of three types of controls: buttons, sliders, and platters (groups of buttons). Many Control Center controls can be pressed ...

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