With iOS 17, the company has brought a new Screen Distance feature for iPhone users. Through this you can keep your eyes safe from iPhone. Here its complete process is explained. There are many great features available in Apple iPhone. With the new operating system iOS 17, many such features have also come, which can change the way of using iPhone. The first public beta of iOS 17 is now available to download. Users can download iOS 17 to use the new features.
One of its best and attractive features is Screen Distance. It helps a lot in protecting your eyes from the screen. Today we are going to tell the complete way to use it in this article. Come, read below to know the complete process.
iPhone Screen Distance Feature
Screen Distance in Screen Time uses the TrueDepth camera to move users away from your device after holding it closer than 12 inches from your face for extended periods of time. However, to use it, some things have to be kept in mind.
Be sure to keep these things in mind
For your information, let us know that this feature of iPhone will work only for those iPhone models and iPad models, which come with Face ID.
This feature uses the TrueDepth camera to measure the distance between your eyes and the screen.
This feature of iPhone is not enabled by default.
It has to be enabled by going to the Settings app.
Enable like this
For this, go to the Settings app of the iPhone. Then go to the Screen Time section.
Here you will find the option of Screen Distance under the Limit Usage section, click on it.
Then click on the Continue button coming on the screen.
Now the option of Turn On Screen Distance will come. Click on it.
Then enable it by clicking on the toggle in front of Screen Distance.
Once you enable the Screen Distance feature, you will see a full-screen alert. It will tell that the iPhone is too close. This alert will be received if you hold your device closer than 12 inches to your eyes for a prolonged period of time. To close the alert, click on the Continue button.
If you do not find this feature correct and useful, then you can disable or turn it off by going to the setting of the iPhone. However, with the help of this feature, you can keep your eyes safe and sound.