(NEXSTAR)-As part of its latest mobile operating system update, Apple recently added a new customizable Back Tap button to your iPhone.

Apple released iOS14 on September 16. As part of this version, Apple quietly introduced the Back Tap feature, which allows you to double tap the back of the phone to perform specific tasks on the phone.
To enable the new non-physical buttons, go to “Settings” on your iPhone, then go to “Accessibility”> “Touch and scroll down” until you see “Return to tap.”
After turning on the “Back” button, you will select twice, and then select the function to be executed when you double-click the back of the phone.
Other features include application switcher, control center, homepage, lock screen, mute, notification center, reachability, shaking, Siri, Spotlight, volume down and volume up.
iOS 14 is compatible with the following devices: iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR, iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE (first generation), iPhone SE (second generation) and iPod touch (seventh generation).
Last month, Apple introduced four iPhones equipped with technology that can be used with faster new 5G wireless networks. Prices range from nearly $700 to $1100.
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Washington (Associated Press) – Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell closed the door to President Donald Trump’s request for a $2,000 COVID-19 relief check on Wednesday, announcing that Congress has provided sufficient pandemic assistance. Because he blocked another attempt by the Democrats to force a vote.
Republican leaders made it clear that despite the political pressure of Trump and even some Republican senators who asked for a vote, he was unwilling to give in. Trump wants the recently approved $600 aid to triple. But McConnell denied the idea of ​​a larger “survival check”, saying that the money would go to many unwanted American families.
(NEXSTAR)-The new year will bring price increases for some Comcast subscribers. According to Ars Technica, from January 1, 2021, the largest cable television and Internet provider in the United States will increase the prices of certain services nationwide.
Radio and television subscribers will increase the price by US$4.50 per month. In addition, the cost of the regional sports network will be increased by US$2, or an additional US$78 per year.
New York (NEXSTAR/AP)-More than 190,000 ceiling fans sold at Home Depot were recalled after reports that blades fell while rotating, hitting people and causing property damage.
The Hampton Bay Mara indoor and outdoor ceiling fans will be sold in Home Depot stores and on its website from April to October this year. These include fans in matte white, matte black, black and polished nickel. They also come with white LED color changing lights and remote controls.

Post time: Dec-31-2020