Accessibility LED flash alerts
Lifehacker has a great roundup of all the useful features you can find in Settings > General > Accessibility. You can create custom gestures, unique vibration alerts for specific contacts, and even lock your device to a single app and disable hardware buttons, which is incredibly useful when handing devices to kids or suspicious friends and coworkers.

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