As you may already know, the new iOS 14 design was recently revealed and it’s been the talk of the town ever since. By now, the phone has been dissected in every way possible. But if you think you know everything about the new Apple release then you’re in for a surprise.
A couple of interesting features were purposely kept hidden from us in its WWDC keynote, and are now being leaked.
The coolest feature of the lot is the Back Tap which basically permits you to perform commands and launch custom shortcuts by simply tapping the back of the phone.
Federico Viticci posted about this incredible accessibility feature on Twitter – and it could potentially be the most favorite feature that Apple has developed in the recent years. The company describes it as "double or triple tap on the back of your iPhone to perform actions quickly."
According to Viticci, when you double-tap the back of the phone, you set the App Switcher and by triple tapping, you switch on the Spotlight. Twitter users were quick to give their approval and even suggested that this is a great way of launching “I’m being pulled away by the police” shortcut.
This feature can be used even when the phone is in a case. So far the phone is available as a beta developer, it could potentially change the way we use phones once the final version is out.
Other features that Viticci observed were Sound Recognition and other sounds like that of shouting or a baby crying. One thing is for sure, that Apple is upping its game and introducing vigilant and creative features that will revolutionize the Smartphone devices once and for all.