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Tuesday, 24 April 2018

How to customize the iPhone buttons to your liking

Although one of the big shortcomings, of which many users speak, of the iPhone, is the lack of personalization , Apple does leave us some margin in some aspects. One of them is in the customization of the buttons that we can perform to our liking in a more or less simple and fast.

Thanks to this customization of the buttons on the iPhone, we can have a better experience with our mobile device and above all, get a better performance . If you do not know how to carry out this customization, do not worry, because today we will show you how to customize the iPhone buttons, and of course also the iPhone X , to your liking.

There are dozens of different ways to use the physical buttons of different iPhone models, it is even possible to configure them to respond depending on the pulsations we make on them. From the settings of the iPhone, as we are going to explain next, it is possible to configure the speed of the click to be able to configure one, two or even three presses.

How to make iPhone buttons easier to use

• Open the Settings and access the General menu
• Now access Accessibility options
• Finally you have to select the Start button option
• In the upper part you can select the touch speed to use the buttons of the iPhone in a simpler way

Now that we have configured the buttons of the iPhone, we can access the options of AssistiveTouch to configure the physical buttons of the iPhone , being able to customize what action we will carry out if we perform a simple press, a double press or even a long press.

Undoubtedly configure the physical buttons of the iPhone, it may be very uninteresting for a few users, but it is fundamental for most users, we spend the day with the mobile device in our hands, and that in most the cases not only we use it to pass the time, but for many other things.

Did you know that it was possible to configure the physical buttons of the iPhone and customize the functions of them?

Via | 9to5mac 

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