The iPhone 14 Plus and iPhone 14 Pro Max models are perfect for those who want large screens for easy reading. However, the downside of a larger device is that you have to reach out much further to type, which can get tedious. That’s why Apple included a feature that can make using your iPhone so much easier, and it’s even available for iPhones with smaller screens.
What is the feature that Apple offers?
The feature is called Accessibility and it is an accessibility feature that allows iPhone users to pull the top of the screen down to the center of the screen. This makes everything much easier to reach with your thumb than it normally would be. Once the top of the screen is relocated to the middle, you can operate your iPhone as normal, enjoying the benefit of a larger screen and still allowing your hands to not have to do all that extra stretching.
How to turn on Accessibility
- open your settings application
- select Accessibility
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- Go back to your home screen andshort swipe down from just below the Spotlight search tab
- this will bringthe top of your screen to the middle of your screento facilitate accessibility.
What if my iPhone has a home button?
If you have an older iPhone that came with a home button, follow all the steps listed above to turn on Accessibility. Once activated,double tap the home button without pressing the button.Pressing the button will reveal your recent apps tray, so be sure to tap on it like you would on a touchscreen.
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