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Mrfatboy

macrumors 6502
Original poster
Dec 15, 2008
308
5
I just got my iphone 5 and my wife got my iPhone 4S. Both phones are updated to ios 6. I was showing her how to use the accessibility zoom option (three finger tap) and noticed it now only zooms very little on the 4s. My iphone 5 zooms in a great deal like it should.

Can anybody else with a iPhone 4S confirm it is working or not? Any way to fix it?
 

Mrfatboy

macrumors 6502
Original poster
Dec 15, 2008
308
5
Double tap and hold with 3 fingers. Then slide fingers up and down to adjust magnification.
 
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ktappe

macrumors regular
Oct 10, 2003
111
16
Wilmington, DE
Double tap and hold with 3 fingers. Then slide fingers up and down to adjust magnification.

Many thanks for this. Mine was also zooming minimally and I thought my iOS was corrupted or something. I had no idea you could adjust the zoom factor. Neat!
 

jdre

macrumors newbie
May 12, 2013
3
0
Unable to control the zoom magnification: When I first discovered zoom an hour ago I was quite excited. Now it is zoomed in so close I can only see one app icon on the screen! If only it were a droid, I would have a "settings" button to instead of the silly iphone solo-button.
 

jdre

macrumors newbie
May 12, 2013
3
0
Ah I figured it out: Once in zoom (three finger double tap) do a further three finger double tap, but keep touching screen after second tap and THEN scroll up and down to adjust zoom.
 
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