|How to Use Reachability on iPhone 13 Pro Max|
How to Use the Reachability Feature on iPhones
Some iPhone users asked via MakeMac Instagram and Twitter about why their iPhone screen was partially ‘gone’. If you have the same issue, do not be worried. This does not mean your iPhone is broken. But this is what is called the Reachability feature. If you do not know yet about this feature, here is what you need to know, including how to use Reachability on iPhone 13 Pro Max.
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What is Reachability?
Reachability is a new feature equipped in iPhones, starting from the iPhone 6 to the newest models, as well as from iOS8 to the latest iOS. This feature helps iPhone users to access the top half of the screen without having to use both hands. This Reachability feature is not available in iPhones whose screens are below 4.7 inches, which are the iPhone 5, iPhone 5s, and iPhone SE. These iPhones are still using a 4-inch screen so that it is relatively easy to reach the edges with one hand.
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How to Enable Reachability
- Make sure you use an iPhone with a 4.7-inch screen or larger and it uses iOS 8 or newer.
- First, go to Settings. Then, select General > Accessibility > Reachability. Next, turn it on.
How to Use Reachability
Next, we will discuss how to use Reachability on iPhone 13 Pro Max.
- Once you have enabled the Reachability feature, you can use it by quickly tapping the home button twice.
- Remember to tap it instead of pressing it.
- Pressing it will enable the multitasking mode.
If you are using the iPhone XS or newer models, in which there is no home button, you can swipe down from the vertical line at the bottom of the screen.
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Once you are done using the Reachability feature, you can return to the normal mode by double tapping again, swiping up from the bottom of the iPhone X screen, or press the arrow icon at the top half of the iPhone screen. You can use this Reachability feature on the lock screen, home screen, or in an app. You cannot use it in landscape views or apps whose main displays are in a landscape mode. For example, PUBG Mobile.
That is how to use Reachability on iPhone 13 Pro Max. This feature is useful when you happen not to be able to use both hands. For example, when your other hand is busy holding a grocery or when you are in public transportation.