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Guided Access or the Accessibility Shortcut option for quick access to things like Smart Invert (for a kind of dark mode) use, color filters (z (red screens and more) or AssistiveTouch (for many useful tools), you can triple click on the key combination Home or Side to jump directly into Magnifier.
For those of you who use accessibility for other things, clicking the Home or Side button three times will cause a menu prompting you to appear, depending on your iPhone model become that too select the link to use. So choose "magnifying glass". (Note that unlike Guided Access, you can not disable the magnifying glass using the accessibility settings, but only with the tool's main power switch.)
Step 3: Zooming with the Slider
To zoom in on the loupe, either move the circle to the left or right in the slider, or slide your finger on the screen up or down. As you can see below, Magnifier can zoom in much further than the standard camera app can. Even if an iPhone has a telephoto lens, the Max Zoom is very similar to that of an iPhone with a wide-angle lens, since Magnifier uses the standard wide-angle lens because it can focus better on narrower areas.
Max zoom in magnifying glass (left) compared to the max. Magnification camera (right) on the iPhone X Max. S
Step 4: Using Flash, AE Lock & Filter
In addition to zooming, there are many different options to let you see what you see better , You can press the flash icon to turn on the flash (it stays on until you turn it off or exit the Magnifier app), lock it, and unlock it by tapping the focus point or padlock icon and adjusting the brightness and contrast. Touch the filter icon.
You can not select a filter in the filter options, white / blue, yellow / blue, grayscale, yellow / black or red black. You can also tap the reverse icon at the bottom left to see reverse, blue / white, blue / yellow, inverted in grayscale, black / yellow, or black red. No matter which filter you choose, with the sliders you can adjust the brightness (upper slider) and the contrast (lower slider).
Step 5: Take a Still Image
Once you have it, how do you do it? you want to press the shutter button to take a picture. The resulting static image fills the entire screen and you can tap the preview image to recall the zoom controls, which works even for this still image preview. The outer circle of the shutter button is highlighted in yellow to indicate that it is not in the camera view mode but in the view mode.
After you've "taken" a photo to the view, it will not be moved to the Photos app app until you press the trigger icon again. In this case, start again. However, you can take
screenshots, which you can later access as with any other screenshot.
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The results of how clear a picture is as well as the colors vary Depending on what kind of iPhone you have. For example, you can see the iPhone
X Max bottom looks a bit blurry compared to the iPhone X, and that might be because Apple's newer models faces smooth out with smooth edges. S
iPhone X Max (left) vs. iPhone X (right), fully zoomed. p
In V Comparing the iPhone 7 Plus with the iPhone 6 Plus, you'll see that the iPhone 7 Plus definitely shows a sharper image, though it does not seem to zoom in much the same way as the iPhone 6 Plus – which is probably a good thing to help prevent that too many details are lost.
iPhone 7 Plus (left) vs. iPhone 6 Plus (rig ht), fully zoomed
Cover Picture, Screenshots and GIFs by Justin Meyers / Gadget Hacks