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Apple iPhone 7 info about Home Button

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Apple iPhone 7 info about Home Button / Brand Map

For years, the Home button mounted on the bottom of the face of the iPhone screen was a big change, dislocation, mechanics. Now, as the touch panels in recent Mac is virtual.

Now, when you press the start button, the same metal ring around it used to detect the contact of the fingers and allow Touch ID also activates the sensitivity to pressure. (This is to save energy.) Then the Taptic responds vibrating motor horizontally in a way that cheats the finger vertically on the thought of it clicking. And when the iPhone is turned off, it can not click at all. It was then that the proprioceptive illusion was fully realized. It's science, but it makes you even think that physics is a lie and that your fingers are liars. It does not matter.

In addition to demonstrating a less potential point for dust or liquid ingress, there are some other benefits to startup button virtualization. It saves space because it does not need a physical switch stacked underneath, and that dissociation means that Apple can replicate the Taptic engine and circuits wherever it fits.

It does not wear out or go all loosey-goosey how can a physical switch, which means that all who use AssistiveTouch for fear of failure of the start button can relax on it now.

It also allows different types of feedback. A physical click is just a click, but haptic feedback can vary in intensity, duration, and even "feel." This way, pressing the button to unlock new home may be different from the quick action press, messages, notifications, ringtones, etc.

Apple iPhone 7 info about Home Button / Brand Map

In practice, it looks like 3D touch and even can be tailored to find your "number" preferred pressure. Go to Settings> General> Start button and select your 1 (light), 2 (medium) or 3 (farm). I started at 3, but they settled in two.

It takes a little practice, not so much when you hold your iPhone in your hand, but when it's on a table or in a vehicle stand. This is where the lack of physical movement is most noticeable. The sensor may be injured, so you can find it, even if you have little or no vision. Apple maintains its commitment to accessibility.

Because I use 3D touch all the time, I took it immediately. Because the RSI years of grip and write, the arms muscles are all very happy with it too. Some people I've talked to have taken hours or days to get used to it. Others do not like it. It's one of those things that you have to try for yourself.

Since the new home button is activated by finger contact, it will not work if the fingers are covered in a way that prevents this contact from being detected, or if you use an object such as the end of a pen that is not Capacitive. In other words, the start button now works the same way as the screen since 2007.

It is not a big problem, because a) anything that could be done with your fingers covered before waking up the lock screen, you could not touch, slide or scroll anyway, b) Wake up now wake the lock screen without Have to use the start button, c) the power button is still there if you really want to click something, and d) new start button will work with the same type capacitive gloves that operate on the screen. Take that, winter.

Apple iPhone 7 info about Home Button / Brand Map

Touch ID is the same fingerprint sensor of the second generation ID as last year. It is rumored that, on the iPhone 6s it was braked so lightly. With the new Wake-up alarm function, however, the iPhone 7 seems to be running at full capacity.

With this new 3D Taptic touch engine feels better and more precise on the iPhone 7 as well. The applications use to report the actions and when dragging, rotating, touching and even playing, you can almost "feel" the onscreen controls.

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