The back tap feature provided with iOS14 is interesting. You can make many things easy by enabling it. like as taking a screenshot or locking the screen.
There are many new features for iPhone users with the iOS 14 update. Yesterday we told you about a privacy feature. Under this, users are given information about camera-microphone access through an indicator.
Today we tell you about a feature that is a bit strange and new to iPhone. You must have seen such features in Android smartphones.
How to set the backtap feature – BackTap feature
In iOS 14, the backtap feature has been given. You can do two things by tapping the back of the phone. There are two things you can set.
Two options are available under the BackTap feature. Double-tap and triple tap. By going into settings, you can set any task according to your mind here.
How to set the backtap feature
- Go to your iPhone settings.
- Tap accessibility
- Select Touch option
- Scrolling will appear at the bottom of the Back Tap
- Double Tap and Triple Tap will appear as soon as you tap Back Tap
- By tapping on double tap you will get a list of tasks
- You can select one from this list.
Similarly, you can select the task by going to triple-tap option. Now after this, you can do that work by tapping the back of the phone twice or thrice.
For example, if you set the double-tap for the control center, the control center will open as soon as you tap the back of the phone. Similarly, if you set the triple tap to take a screenshot, then the phone’s screenshot will be saved as soon as the triple tap is taken.
The thing to note is that the Back Tap feature will only work with iOS 14 if you have an iPhone 8 or above. Because this feature is not supported in older iPhones.