One of the biggest points in favor of the sale of the new iPhone X is its giant screen, but for users with short fingers or small hands, that means that navigating the touch screen of 5.8 inches of the phone could be a great challenge.
Apple created a solution for small people called “reachability”, which was introduced in iOS along with the iPhone 6 Plus in 2014. All users must click the start button twice, and the top of the application that is open moves lower on the screen for easier navigation.
However, when the iPhone X was officially unveiled, there were doubts about how it would work without a physical start button. There were even rumors that the company planned to completely eliminate the accessibility feature, which probably would have made the 5.8-inch screen difficult to sell to everyone who got used to accessibility in previous generations of the iPhone.
Fortunately, a quick hands-on session with the iPhone X proves that the feature is still part of iOS.
The accessibility on the iPhone X is slightly different without the start button, and it could be even easier to use than it was before. This is how it is activated:
-Open Settings> General> Accessibility .
-Make sure that the “Accessibility” option is activated.
-Open an application.
Swipe down on the gesture bar at the bottom of the screen. That should take the top of the screen to a more accessible place.