If you have an iPhone or an iPad, you might want to check out our tips for fixing your iPhone’s screen.
If you are on a Mac or a PC, you may not be familiar with this feature, but we know you love it.
With this feature we can fix screen problems on any device, and we can also fix issues in your Mac.
What is the Smooth Move feature?
As mentioned earlier, Apple introduced a feature called Smooth Move in iOS 9, and it works by sending a “slide” of light to the display, which then changes color and brightness based on the position of the user’s finger.
You can find a tutorial video on how to use the feature in our previous post on fixing screen issues on iPhones and iPads.
Why does this work on my iPhone or my iPad?
Apple announced the feature back in June 2016, and they also announced a feature for Macs called “Gesture Support”.
In this feature you can also control the brightness of your display using gestures on your Mac or PC.
Is it possible to fix this on any iOS device?
Of course, you can.
We tested the feature on our iPhone and iPad, and both worked as intended.
How to fix screen issues with iOS 9?
In this tutorial, we’ll walk you through the steps you’ll need to follow to fix any issues with your iPhone and/or iPad.
You’ll need a Mac with an iMac (or later) running OS X 10.12.5 or later, an Apple TV (or a similar set-top box) running iOS 9 or later (or any other OS X version), and a touch-screen mouse and keyboard.
We will also cover the steps to set up a Wi-Fi connection, set up Wi-Fares, and set up an iCloud account for your iPhone.
Start by selecting your device from the dropdown menu.
In this case, you’ll select the iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, or iPhone 5.
Then, click “Settings”.
From the “System & Security” menu, scroll down to “System”.
From there, click on “User Accounts”.
Select your Apple ID, which will automatically appear.
You will also need to add an iCloud password.
After adding your password, click the “Save Changes” button.
You should now be able to use your iPhone, iPad, or Mac to fix issues with screen issues.
You can find out more about the Apple Screen Support feature in the iOS 9 Support article, and the Apple TV Screen Support article.