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iOS 9, launched alongside the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus, packed a lot of new little features 10 Hidden iOS 9 Features You Might Not Have Noticed 10 Hidden iOS 9 Features You Might Not Have Noticed From saving your battery life to guarding your privacy, here are 10 iOS 9 additions that definitely deserve their 15 minutes of fame. Read More into the OS. However, not all of these improvements come from the operating system; the phones themselves have gotten some unique features, like 3D Touch that gives you a new way to interact with your device Everything You Can Do With 3D Touch on Your iPhone Everything You Can Do With 3D Touch on Your iPhone 3D touch is really just a fancy name for a pressure-sensitive screen, but adds a whole array of extra input options to iOS. Read More .

While not as big of a feature, if you have an iPhone 6/6 Plus or an iPhone 6S/6S Plus, you can disable the photos that show up when texting friends in Messages. Since these phones are the only ones that show contact photos in the app (probably due to screen size), you can’t do this process on older devices.

To remove these photos, open Settings and tap the Messages entry. Now, you’ll see an option that says Show Contact Photos; go ahead and turn that slider off. Now, you won’t see any pictures when texting your friends in Messages.

You be interested in doing this because you haven’t set up contact photos for friends and are sick of seeing the generic icons, or maybe you don’t really need to look at your friends when you message them and just want more screen space.

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Or perhaps you detest friends that text with green bubbles Does Apple Use Green Bubbles to Make You Hate Android Users? Does Apple Use Green Bubbles to Make You Hate Android Users? Blue bubbles and green bubbles might seem like a small distinction, but to thousands of Twitter users they aren't. Let's look at this phenomenon. Read More and don’t want their ugly mugs on your screen. Whatever your reason, now you have the option!

Do you like the contact photos in Messages or are you happy to hide them? Let us know down in the comments!

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