iPhone trick allows you to turn your torch on without touching a single button

THERE'S an iPhone trick that will make you feel just like a wizard and it's sending Harry Potter fans wild.

The iPhone hack lets you turn your torch on without having to touch a single button and is both useful and entertaining.

Twitter user @_Ivpotterhead shared the iPhone trick that soon went viral.

They tweeted: "IF YOU'RE A HARRY POTTER FAN F***ING TELL SIRI ON YOUR PHONE 'LUMOS' I AM F***ING GEEEKING RN."

Just as the tweet instructs, all you have to do is say: "Hey Siri, Lumos".

Your iPhone torch should automatically activate.

The command is similar to a spell from the Harry Potter franchise that lights up the wands of wizards and witches.

There's also a counter spell to turn your torch off.

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Just say: "Hey Siri, Nox".

Your torch should then turn off.

One fan of the trick tweeted: ""IF YOU SAY NOX IT TURNS IT OFF THIS IS SO AWESOME."

Another joked: "Does Wingardium Leviosa work too try to levitate myself out of bed."

The original tweeted from @_Ivpotterhead has almost reached 25,000 likes.

One fan of the trick pointed out that you can also say "accio" before the name of an app and the app will open without you touching a thing.

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And, an urgent Android warning has gone out to millions of users after malicious apps were detected in the Samsung app store.

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