I worked as an Apple genius – my iPhone cable hack will change your life and save you buying a new one

A TIKTOKER has revealed how Apple teaches their employees to manage iPhone charging cables.

It's all in the twist.

"Tell me something a job has taught you that you will never, ever forget no matter what," the TikTok started.

Cut to @lovenehajha, who worked at the Apple Store and has a helpful hack for keeping iPhone cables organized.

"To organize your charging cable, grab it, fold it in half and fold it in half again," she said.

You should have four lengths of cord in your hands if you've started the trick it properly.

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Twist the cords so a segment wraps around your index finger, a different segment wraps around your pinky and ring finger while the remainder of the cords dangle over your middle finger.

Take one segment, which should look like a circle, and push it through the other circle.

"And, loopty loop," she says.

Pull it tight, and you'll have a contained iPhone cord that won't come undone.

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Apple Genius Bars are a unique form of customer service – falling somewhere between in-person tutorial and engineering.

Fortunately some of their insights are landing on social media, like this latest cable hack.

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