Suggestion for iPhone 6/6+ "Reachability"

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by abta1, Oct 10, 2014.

  1. abta1 macrumors 6502

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    Paris, France
    #1
    I'm loving my iPhone 6 and the addition of reachability by Apple is a nice accessibility touch. I rarely find myself needing to use it but it's there when necessary.

    One suggestion I would make which I would like to know if anyone agrees or disagrees is adding an extra reachability functionality that lets you shift the screen horizontally. So buttons on the far side from where your thumb is come across and are easier to reach.

    Of course the the direction in which the screen will slide will need to depend on which hand you are using and that probably posses the biggest challenge. However this could be fixed by a combination of TouchID taps or maybe even looking at the orientation of the thumbprint.

    Anyway, just an idea.

    Oh and Mods, sorry if this is more suitable for the iOS board, please move if necessary.
     
  2. ttmrn macrumors regular

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    Location:
    tx
    #2
    one suggestion from me.

    [as an option to the current reachability feature]
    it would be nice if the navigation bar etc. was located below.

    like, for example, when i use safari. the address url bar cld have been located below so i cld just click it with my thumb.

    and when i go to the settings, the back button is situated below.


    well.. just saying..
     

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