iPhone User use Apple Logo on the back of the iPhone as a Virtual Button

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iPhone User use Apple Logo on the back of the iPhone as a Virtual Button

If you are an iPhone user, then you can get access to accessibility features. With this, you can give some commands or actions with the help of the Apple logo on the back of the phone. iPhone User or iOS 14 use Apple Logo on the back of the iPhone as a Virtual Button.

This feature is named as Back Tap by the company. It will work on the iPhone running on iOS 14. Users can set it on double or triple tap. Users can also select any action for this and give the command with the Apple logo.

These commands include app switcher, control center, home, lock screen, mute, notification center, reachability, screenshot, shake, Siri, volume up-down, spotlight, classic invert, smartcht invert, speech screen, voice over zoom, scroll down- Features such as up, assistive touch, magnifier are included. This feature was first spotted by ZDNet.

To enable the back tap feature, iPhone users have to follow some steps. For this, you have to go to the settings. Select Accessibility here and click on Touch. You can select the back tap by scrolling the button.

Another simple but accessibility feature that iPhone users can enable is the Assistive Touch feature. This keeps the small menu floating on the user’s screen. This feature can be moved on the screen with a finger. Users can add up to 8 icons to the home screen. In this, you can control multi finger swipe with a single finger. Many types of functions can be easily controlled.

To enable Assistive Touch, go to Settings and go to Accessibility. Here users can select Assistive Touch or toggle on for this feature. Apart from this, users can go to Accessibility Shortcut and click on Assistive Touch.

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