I know iOS has this design philosophy where you don't need a user manual because "it's so intuitive" but seriously I consider myself a fairly advanced user and I'm still finding things I didn't know about. For instance, when you type flight information into notes, it creates a link you can tap which brings up a flight tracking card. It's really nice, but I found it by mistake. Then just now, I had a crumb on my screen and I swipe it off the keyboard of my 6S+ then suddenly the letters go away. After experimenting for a bit, it turns out that if you force touch the keyboard it turns into a sort of trackpad for selecting text. What? Who said anything about that? I've searched for "hidden features" pages online, but all I ever see are lists with things like "this is how you can check your battery" and "this is how you can turn off wifi without even opening the setting app." Where is the list of crazy junk even advanced users might not be able to find? Does anyone know? Should we make one?