The iPhone 11 also has access to the Reachability feature from previous Apple flagship smartphones. This feature sets the iPhone to change up its user interface and be comfortably operated with one-hand. Fortunately, the Reachability support on the iOS 13 is better than ever albeit works different on the iPhone 11.

In previous iPhones, the Reachability feature is turned on with a double tap on the home button. However, Apple designed the iPhone 11 to not have the home button which makes the shortcut impossible to do. Fortunately, the feature is still there inside the Settings app of the iPhone 11.

Within the Settings App, go to the Accessibility options to find the Touch features. The Reachability mode will be found here and can be toggled on and off. The latest iPhones are often set to have this feature on by default.

Alternatively, Apple has also included a new gesture to quickly activate the Reachability mode. Simply swiping down on the bottom part of the screen would turn this feature on. If done right, the whole user interface will shrink down to lower part of the screen.

The Reachability feature is designed to help iPhone owners use the smartphone with one hand. The feature will minimize the screen up to the range of your thumb. Reaching the top and bottom of the screen can also be reached by your thumb.

The feature was designed with one-hand use in mind since its introduction during the iPhone 6 generation. The Reachability feature on Apple’s smartphones makes working with other tasks such as writing, holding a coffee, and carrying other work-related tools and items while using the iPhone possible.

As of now, Apple has yet to push out any major improvements on the Reachability feature for the iOS 13. The company is currently enjoying the iPhone’s market success as many fans and consumers are buying the smartphone. The company’s stock has also increased in value due to the success of the iPhone 11. Major updates on this feature has yet to be confirmed while Apple is still weeding out the issues found the latest iOS update.

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