The iPhone 6 and Plus’s Reachability feature makes it easy to access apps with one hand by lowering the top half of your display closer to where you would press if holding an actual phone. This way, all users need is their thumb (or whichever finger they prefer) when tapping on something in order for that specific action to be completed – no more reaching!
A recent update has been introduced into Apple’s latest models which allows people who have purchased these phones prior to or after September 2015, to enable this incredibly useful function; simply double-tap the home button while setting up nano-plays so there isn’t any guesswork involved as far. Here’s how to disable Reachability on your iPhone:
- Open the Settings app.
- Navigate to General > Accessibility.
- Scroll down to the Interaction section and tap the Reachability slider so it is OFF / WHITE.