With the iPhone XR’s 6.1-inch display, it might be harder for those with smaller hands to reach certain apps or parts of the display — especially one-handed. With the reachability feature turned on, all of your content can be brought down on the display whenever you’d like. Turn on reachability on iPhone is a useful feature to easily access the top of your screen.
Reachability is available to you no matter what app you’re in or what you’re doing on the 4.7 and 5.5-inch iPhone. It is meant to help you reach buttons and objects on the screen that may be too far for your thumb to reach otherwise.
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How to turn on reachability on iPhone
Step 1: Launch “Settings” from your Home screen.
Step 2: Click “General“.
Step 3: Click “Accessibility“.
Step 4: Click the “Reachability” switch under the Interaction section.
Use Reachability on iPhones with a Home button
Step 1: Double tap the Home button when you’re on a screen you’d like to use Reachability with.
Step 2: Double tap the Home button again to go back to normal. Reachability will reset itself after a few seconds if you don’t touch anything.
Use Reachability on iPhones with Face ID
Step 1: Swipe down on the bottom edge of the screen where the line is.
Step 2: Swipe up on the bottom edge of the screen where the line is. Reachability will reset itself after a few seconds if you don’t touch anything.