Software crash or iPhone enlarged screen?
Yes, sometimes this happens – the iPhone lock screen has taken and increased! The screen with icons and any running application can also increase. Therefore, today we will analyze – what to do if the iPhone screen has increased in size. Before we begin, I would like to thank the reader Natalia for the comment, which became the topic of this small instruction.
So, if you see an enlarged image on the iPhone phone screen, it can be application icons or just separate elements of the iOS operating system, then you should not run to a service workshop or try to flash the phone. Just do the following:
- With three fingers, tap three times on the iPhone screen. The screen will shrink and become a normal size. If during the third tap you take your fingers off the screen too quickly, the screen does not decrease, and a menu appears where you can press the button – Reduce or pull the slider to the left, thus, the display size normalizes.
- If nothing happened during repeated attempts of the 3rd touch (the iPhone screen is still enlarged), then restart the iPhone and perform step 1 again.
Now we see that increasing the icons on the entire screen of the iPhone is not a failure, but just one of the functions of the iOS firmware, which is called Zoom, and if necessary, you can enlarge any part of the screen and look at it close, which can be useful for people with disabilities.
A little away from the topic and beginners will offer a couple of useful instructions:
When the iPhone screen is in zoom mode, you can move around the screen with a 3-finger gesture – we touch with three fingers and, without releasing them from the screen, move left, right, up or down, thus observing any part of the screen without leaving zoom mode.
If you decide to completely disable (or vice versa enable) this function, then this is done in the universal access settings. The zoom mode has additional features – filter, controller, etc. if you can’t deal with them yourself, write in the comments. Well, tomorrow I’ll tell you how you can use the little-known iPhone Screen Zoom feature for added protection. Good luck to all!