If you've ever found yourself in a situation where your phone is unresponsive to your attempts to unlock it due to gloves or dexterity issues, you'll be happy to know that most mobile devices now come with a great built-in feature that allows you to automatically adjust the sensitivity of your screen. This feature is disabled by default, but you can turn it on with a simple change to your settings. This article will walk you through the steps.
How to adjust touch screen sensitivity on iPhone and iPad?
- To change the touch screen sensitivity settings on your iPhone or iPad, first, open Settings and then go to Accessibility.
- Select Touch.
- Then 3D & Haptic Touch. You may only see the 3D touch option if you have an older device. You will see a slider that allows you to determine the sensitivity level.
- For the Haptic touch settings, you can pick and test the duration.
How to control the sensitivity of your screen on Android?
- Go to Settings > My device, and select the Display option.
- Check the option that reads Auto adjust touch sensitivity to enable the feature.