Every iPhone has the default calculator app pre-installed with the IOS software. This calculator app is quite handy and can save you a lot of time during calculations. But did you ever knew, you also have a scientific calculator on your IOS device and in this guide, I will help you know how to access the scientific calculator on iPhone devices.
Not many of you might be using the scientific calculator in real life and this is because the calculations are meaningless unless you are into studies or investing. Other than these, a common calculator is enough to make the daily calculations such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, interest, and other basic mathematics.
But, if you are in the middle of your high school or you are doing a major in some of the mathematical subjects such as Engineering; a scientific calculator can turn out to be quite helpful. You no longer need to carry a separate calculator in your stationery to the school. Additionally, you can make faster calculations with scientific calculators and easily access them with your iPhone.
How to use Scientific Calculator on the iPhone?
Unlike, other devices you don’t need to install a third-party scientific calculator on your IOS devices. You get a pre-installed scientific calculator that can be accessed secretly on your iPhone.
- Open the calculator app on your iPhone device.
A quick way to open the calculator app on your IOS device is through the control center. Swipe up from the bottom to open the control center and click on the calculator app icon.
- Enable screen rotation from the control center. (Important Step)
- Now, you can see a simple calculator app with basic operations such as addition.
- To use the scientific calculator, rotate your device in landscape mode. Now, you can see the scientific operations along with the basic operations.
The scientific calculator on iPhone has various operations and can perform complex mathematical problems. You can also do multiple mathematical operations in a single go by using brackets.
Moreover, there are a few other operations that you might find useful such as trigonometry, roots, Radians, log, exponentials, and a few more.
A lot of you might not be knowing about this trick and have installed a third-party app for scientific calculations. But with the in-built feature, you can now use it without having to install an external app and fill the storage space.
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