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Friday, 7 October 2016

How to use and customize the Quick Function iOS10 Accessibility

Apple has just launched its new iPhone 7 and are sure you're wondering how to set up direct access to accessibility and if the same way with the arrival of iOS 10 to our devices are made.

We use the press or double click on our iPhone and iPad to return to the home page and open the multitasking. Apple also offers an accessibility option that lets you activate and customize the triple tap the Start button. You can choose from a few options, so you can choose the one that suits you.

To activate and use the shortcut Accessibility

  1. Launch the Settings app on your iPhone and iPad.
  2. Click on General.
  3. Click Accessibility.
  4. Click Shortcut - the last option to choose from this screen.
  5. Choose the option you would like to activate when do triple-click the Home button on your iPhone or iPad.

What can we choose in this section?

VoiceOver. Let your iPhone or iPad to talk when enabled. Typically they used by people with vision problems.

Invert Colors. A great option for people who are visually impaired such as color blindness. All colors of the operating system will be reversed.

Color filters. Change the bottom of the screen for those with color blindness color.

Reduce Punto Blanco. Reduce the brightness of the colors.

Zoom. It lets you zoom in on the Home screen and view the contents with greater visibility. You can use gestures with two or three fingers to press and move around.

Control button. You can modify the gestures you use to control the iPhone.

AssistiveTouch. Adds the ability to access the most physical gestures and buttons with simple keystrokes.

Once you've made your selection, just make triple click on the Start button anytime iPhone or iPad and will activate the function that you have chosen. If return has to triple tap will be disabled. If you have chosen several functions, you simply choose the one that you decided to use.

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