I'm an iPhone expert and use four genius iMessage tricks 'you never knew existed'

IF YOU are a lover of iMessage, then you have to try these four easy hacks for a better user experience.

The useful tricks were shared on TikTok and use iPhone's internal settings to help iOS users get the most out of their device.

The TikTok reel, which was shared by user @katamogz, illustrates the simple tips in a 29-second video.

In the post, the user could be seen recording herself as she stated, "iPhone hacks you never knew existed".

Then, the TikToker changed the camera's point of view to show her iPhone as she used iMessage.

She first showed users how to quickly convert a text message into a note.

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Katrina simply clicked and held down on a text, then dragged and dropped it into the Notes app.

Next, she showed her TikTok viewers how to reply to a text using a Memoji.

The TikTok creator initially clicked on the Memoji icon, dragged it, and then place it over a text message,

She also showcased how to make the Memoji larger by expanding it with her fingers.

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The third trick consisted of sending a photo using the 'Echo' screen effect.

Katarina attached a photo to her text message and then instead of hitting send she pressed down on the blue 'Send' arrow until 'Screen Effects' showed up.

She then selected 'Echo' and the text was sent with multiple copies of the same image.

Lastly, she informed users of how they can send a text message in bold.

Users need to head to Settings > Messages > Show Subject Field, and then toggle that feature on.

Whatever is typed in the subject field will appear as bolded once sent as a text.

Since the handy TikTok video went live on Sunday, it has received more than 9,000 likes and dozens of comments.

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"See this is why I follow you. Please give us more iPhone hacks! Thanks," one TikTok user commented.

"The best, thank you," another user added.

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