Jackie, from Melbourne, shared a now-viral TikTok video showing a secret backspace feature that allows you to delete the last digit in the calculator app - without having to erase all the numbers and starting over again.
WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVE: The little-known iPhone trick.
For more Lifestyle related news and videos check out Lifestyle >>
If you make a mistake when entering a number, simply swipe your finger left or right across the display at the top and the last entered digit will be deleted.
“I was today years old when I found out if you key a wrong number on the iPhone calculator, slide the numbers to the right (or left) to delete it,” Jackie said.
“It’s been there the whole time... who knew!?”
Her video has been viewed more than 1.5 million times - with many stunned over the hidden feature.
“My jaw dropped at the calculator,” one said.
Another revealed: “Wish I knew sooner about the calculator! Mind blown.”
One shared: “The way I flew to my calculator... What the hell, it worked!”
Another asked: “I can do WHAT with the calculator?!”
One confessed: “So you’re telling me all these years I’ve been starting from scratch every time I put in a wrong number for nothing?”
Another added: “Oh my god I’ve always gotten so frustrated when I messed up on my calculator and had to do the whole thing again.”
One admitted: “The calculator one - mind blown. All this time I’ve been erasing the whole number.”
Another confirmed: “The day you told me about the calculator my life changed forever.”
Meanwhile one revealed: “The calculator hack can be used when dialing a number too!”
For more engaging lifestyle content, visit 7Life on Facebook.
Google Pauses AI-Made Images of People After Race Inaccuracies
Nvidia CEO Says AI Has Hit a ‘Tipping Point’ as Revenue and Profit Soar
How a New Bipartisan Task Force Is Thinking About Artificial Intelligence
Hackers Could Use ChatGPT to Target 2024 Elections
Jeff Bezos Nets $8.5 Billion From Amazon Share Sale
Crypto exchange FTX to sell shares in AI startup Anthropic
Meta's Oversight Board includes Threads under its purview
Meta tests cross-posting from Facebook to Threads