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    • #26134
      DeAnn R

      My iPhone 12 Mini is in hand. Considering I’m switching from Android I think I’m doing pretty well. Finally figured out how to take a picture with my voice. Much more of a rigmarole than on the Galaxy I gotta say. Oh well. Also have the accessibility dot on the bottom so I can easily take a screenshot. Although I like the voice control option sometimes it’s annoying, so I keep it off for the most part. I do also miss the back button mainly because in most of the apps it’s now on the top left. Luckily with the smaller phone it’s not a big issue. I also locked the orientation of the screen. What other tips do you have for me? I want to make the most of my phone.

    • #26136
      Alyssa Silva

      Under accessibility, there’s a reachability feature. Basically, it drags your screen halfway down so you can reach the top buttons MUCH more easily. My iPhone is a little bigger than yours, and without this feature, I wouldn’t be able to use it. To enable this, go to:

      Settings —> Accessibility —> then tap the notch to turn reachability on

      The reachability button will then be able to be accessed through that little dot you mentioned. You can also drag that anywhere on your screen. Let me know if you need more help.

    • #26319

      I’ve made mine pretty much entirely voice controlled except for unlocking the passcode

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