The Apple innovations have raised Technological advancement in Digital revolution ubiquitously. Along with this Improvement, some amazing accessibility feature that lets users control their iPhone with a tilt of your head, tags along. Obviously, this is useful, in situations where you have limited use of your hands and arms. People with either dirty or wet hands will find this feature of use, especially if you don’t want to hold your Electronic device.
Today, I am going to show you how to activate head tilt gesture on your iPhone.
First, open the settings on your Apple device, either iPad or iPhone it works on both, Tap General
Now tap accessibility in the general setting, select accessibility settings tap switch control
Before turning switch control on, you have to first define our switches function. Tap the switches function
In the switches option, select Add new switch
Choose Pick Camera as your source
Now you can turn switch control on, the camera will scan your face until it detects your head movement. Choose the option Left or right head movement.
That done, you can pick an action from the provided options; select an action for each head tilt response.
You could easily activate Siri voice assistant without the need to touch your device. Although this is feature is unreliable sometimes, I feel Apple are tilted towards the right direction.