Recently, Apple released a new iOS 14 version in their WWDC 2020 event, currently this version is beta version and it is for developers. There are lots-of new features in iOS 14 that you must try out, if you already installed it. There is a Back Tap accessibility feature available in iOS 14 and here we will tell you how to customize it.
You can do many tasks through this feature like open control center, notification center, switch between two apps, activate Siri, take screenshots and many more. There are two options to access this feature: Double Tap on back site and Triple Tap on back site.
- 1. Open your iOS 14 ‘s Setting app
- 2. Go-to Accessibility option
- 3. Select Touch
- 4. Then select Back Tap over there
- 5. You can see two option there
- 6. Select any one of them
- 7. Then choose your preferred option.
You also can customize this feature for both double tap and triple tap. Now, you can access your favorite action through double and triple tap on your phone back site.
More iOS 14 Features
iOS 14 comes with lots-of new features like Home Screen Widgets, sound recognition, new privacy updates, modified control center and many more. If you don’t know about what is happening in the WWDC 2020 event and Apple’s new software updates then check this article. Apple recently released new iOS 14, iPadOS 14, macOS 11 Big Sur, watchOS 7, Apple Silicon Progress and many more. Apple is trying to replace Intel Processor with their ARM based processor completely, and they present macOS that runs on A12Z processor.
MacOS 11 Big Sur new features
The Notification Center has been redesigned with more interactive notifications grouped by app; and iOS-style widgets that can be customized in three different sizes. An updated design for core apps provides better organization for multiple open windows and makes it easier to interact with apps.