IOS 14, to control the iPhone just touch the back of the smartphone

With iOS 14 should be released a new feature that allows better management of the iPhone: here's how it works

Many of the new features that will come with iOS 14 have not been shown by Apple during WWDC 2020, but it will be the users themselves to discover them during daily use. One of them is making a lot of buzz in these early days when beta testers can test the beta version of Apple's new operating system on their devices.

The feature has a peculiar name: Back Tap. What is it for? It is a feature dedicated to the world of accessibility and that makes using the iPhone much easier, especially for those with mobility problems. To control the Apple smartphone, in fact, just tap the back: with two touches you can activate a tool, while with three you can take a screenshot of the screen. To decide the different actions is the same user through the Settings of the device. To talk about it have been respectively Federico Viticci and Ben Geskin. The latter has also posted a video on his Twitter account in which he shows all the potential of Back Tap.

What is Back Tap

Back Tap is a new feature for the iPhone in iOS 14 that facilitates the use of the smartphone. To manage it, simply tap on the back and the iPhone will automatically open tools or apps

How Back Tap Works

The Back Tap feature is designed for the world of accessibility and can be activated from the smartphone's settings. Users can set two different options: what to activate with two taps and with three eyes on the back of the iPhone. There are several possibilities: from multitasking management of apps, to screenshotting the screen. The tool works even if a protective cover is present.

The feature will be confirmed

Like all the tools in any beta version of an app, Back Tap is not sure to debut on the official version of iOS 14. It will depend on the feedback users give about its usefulness and whether or not there are any bugs. With the first official iOS 14 release expected in July, we'll definitely know more.