23 When you tap Spotlight’s search bar, below the suggestions of apps you might want to use are some of your previous searches. Tap one to perform it again. 24 At the top right of some groups of results are the words ‘Search in App’. If a group doesn’t include an item you expect to see, tap these words to open the corresponding app and automatically perform the same search inside it. 25 Spotlight can show results from Wikipedia, Apple’s stores and other online sources. If you want to limit it to searching your own content, open Settings, go to General > Spotlight Search, and switch off Suggestions in Search. 26 Notification Centre and Today view each have a Spotlight search bar at the top. This is even available when you open Notification Centre while in an app, enabling you to look up things without having to return to the Home screen. 27 While using an app, jump straight to Spotlight with the keyboard ready for input by slowly dragging downwards from the screen’s top edge until you feel a vibration, then let go. Devices without 3D Touch lack the confirmational buzz; let go when the search bar reaches its resting position. 28 Spotlight can now search your files in iCloud Drive; their contents as well as names. If you don’t want this, turn off iCloud Drive’s switch in Settings > General > Spotlight Search.