With the latest build of iOS 7 beta 2, developers have recently discovered a feature that allows users to interact with the phone using head movements, such as by turning your head to the left or right.
According to the 9to5 Mac crew, the feature is fairly accurate but does have numerous options the user has to cycle through before selecting the one you want. Head movements can also be utilized in conjunction with a iOS function or feature. For example, users can use a head movement to activate the home button, launch Siri, open Notification Center, App Switcher, volume control and potentially more functions in the future.
We’re assuming using your head movement to access functions on a iOS device isn’t for everyone all the time, but it sure is a unique option to have.
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