What to do? If you are a road idiot using iPhone, then you are blessed: iPhone has a built -in “compass” application, which can indicate the orientation and positioning for you. However, some people are estimated to use the “compass” application. They don’t even know that in addition to pointing the direction of the “Guide Needle” application, it can also be transformed into a horizontal instrument!
When the author recently hung a mural at home, the iPhone’s powerful horizontal meter function helped me a lot. After all, someone is avoiding the troubles of “moving left, moving right” behind you.
How to use iPhone level meters
Open the “Guide Needle” application. Calibrate first according to the prompts.
Do you find the two small white dots at the bottom of the guide page?
Swipe your fingers to the left and enter the horizontal meter interface.
Adjust the angle of the iPhone, wait
“0 °” displayed on the screen
Later, keep smooth,
The screen becomes green
At this time, it means that the hanging objects at this time have remained horizontal, and you can place the iPhone on the object you need to adjust as a reference.
Of course, if you hold the iPhone with horizontally. The interface as shown below will appear on the screen:
The full horizontal interface display when holding the iPhone horizontally
If you use the iPhone as a desktop and other planes, it is a 3D level at this time: it can also help you confirm whether the desktop and other planes are level. If the desktop is completely horizontal, the iPhone screen will become full green; if the desktop is not complete, the iPhone will change back to black background and display exact tilt angle in the center.
The picture on the left is a completely horizontal desktop; the picture on the right is the tilt surface of the MSTAND bracket
How about, cool? Pick up the iPhone in your hand and check the wallpaper, hanging decoration and the desktop in front of you! Welcome to leave a message in the comment bar to discuss your experience.