Most calculators are pretty basic. They perform the same functions. If you've used one, you've basically used them all. Sure, there are some neat hidden tricks, but those stop being impressive after you turn 12.
Inevitably, when entering numbers, you're going to make a mistake. This becomes extremely agitating when you're deep into an equation and have to hit the "clear" button. Starting over from scratch is never fun, all because of one tiny mistake.
Twitter user Censored Dialogue shared the same frustration as all of us. However, he discovered a fascinating feature of the calculator app from an old Reddit thread. As a result of this finding, he says in his Twitter bio that his "legacy now stems from a calculator."
What if I told you that you didn't have to clear the entire equation when you make a single mistake? What if this entire time you could have simply erased the wrong digit, then continued? How would that make you feel?
Upon discovering this, Censored Dialogue chose not to keep this treasured knowledge to himself. Nay, he shared it with the world. He posted a short video demonstrating how it worked. All you have to do is swipe left or right, and you can backspace on the calculator.
However, if our phone's always been able to do this, then what else can it do? Is there some sort of hidden frappuccino port? Have I been accidentally sending porn to my grandma via Bluetooth and she's just been too embarrassed to bring it up? What else don't we know? The more answers we find, the more questions there are.