The one of useful Apple app in your iPhone which we leave behind or buried its usefulness.
APPLE itself hides it in additional folder, but it significance is more even you require to check the level of picture which you want to hang on the wall, or if you get lost the direction.
A compass is for navigation and mapping, it measures the geographic direction between two points. It is a simple instrument that uses a magnet
A compass is used for different purpose:
- Determine the direction of a destination or landmark.
- Stay on a straight of a destination or landmark, even if lose sight of it
- Avoid hurdle in the path of destination or landmark.
- Return to your starting point.
- locations on a map and in the field.
- Identify the position at in the field or on a map.
- Orient a map.
- Plot points on a map.
- Plot route of travel on a map.
HOW IT’S WORK
Open compass, rotate the phone around to adjust the direction, wait for response. The compass is ready for use after a few seconds. It works just as regular compass, hold the phone parallel to the level of ground and rotate it around. The white line indicates the direction as well as degree of position at which your phone is pointing, when + sign on the middle of screen is interlined with the center of compass tab the screen to lock position. When you go out of position, the compass show with the red band.
If you do not have definite level, swipe left on the screen to use phone as a level, rest the phone to know the degree of measurement of the level
Screen become bright green when phone is level, Orange tells phone is not level properly
This little tool is useful it works the same as the ordinary compass.
Note: There are possibility of error in both the level and the compass The compass can be used without service or without a signal!
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