The best technology is always useful for all users; whether they are kids, youngsters, oldies or even visually impaired people. Earlier, we have explored some of the best functions of Siri-like how users can read emails, articles, and web pages on iPhone/iPad and how they can get stock market updates. The purpose of exploring Siri functions is to make life easier for those who have poor eyesight. Though this may not be the primary reason, why Apple installed Siri in iOS devices, the best technology always offers such positive side effects.
During my interaction with iOS devices, I stumbled across another useful option in Zoom Mode, which can be helpful to many users with poor eyesight. The feature needs you to apply your three fingers – tap twice on the iPhone screen with your three fingers to activate zoom mode, and to deactivate, again tap twice with three fingers.
But wait! This Zoom-in and zoom-out thing can be tricky sometimes. I have noticed that my iPhone got stuck during this process. So, one has to be careful while using this feature on one’s iPhone.
Before you explore this feature in practical, let’s understand how we can enable Zoom Mode on iPhone.
How to Enable Zoom Mode on iPhone
Step #1. Launch Settings app on iPhone → Tap on Accessibility.
Step #2. Tap on Zoom from under the VISION section.
Step #3. Toggle the Zoom option ON.
It will enable Zoom Mode on your iPhone. Start tapping with your three fingers to experience bigger display.
During the frequent use of Zoom-in and zoom-out, your iPhone may get stuck. Let’s find the solution to this problem.
How to Fix iPhone Stuck in Zoom Mode Issue
If your iPhone or iPad is stuck in zoom-in mode, double tap on the zoomed screen with your three fingers.
It should probably solve the issue; your iPhone screen will look like normal. But if the problem persists after frequent attempts, go back to Settings and disable zoom mode. Follow the steps you have gone through to toggle zoom ON, and toggle OFF the zoom.