Your iPhone has a genius trick that makes it MUCH easier to ignore calls

WOULDN'T it be great to tell who's calling from inside your pocket?

Well, a TikToker has revealed a handy trick to do just that.

And it could be particularly useful for ignoring calls from those you'd rather not talk to, without the need to get your phone out.

This is done by setting a special vibration for that specific person, so you instantly know it's them.

As TikTok user TechPron explains: "Here's how to get the most out of your iPhone."

All you need to do to get started is open your contacts and select the person you want to set an alert for.

From there, go to Ringtone, followed by Vibration.

Then choose Create New Vibration.

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At this point, tap repeatedly on the empty space.

Or you can get creative and make your own special vibration rhythm – which might be useful if you want to identify several different people.

And to complete things, click Save at the top right.

Now the next time that person calls you, it'll vibrate exactly to the pattern you set and you'll know without even having to look or take your phone out of your pocket.

And as some commenters note, it's not exclusive to iPhone users either.

Samsung also has a similar feature on its devices.

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