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iOS 7 includes the ability to control your iPhone or iPad using head movements

9to5Mac: Discovered by an anonymous tipster, iOS 7′s “Accessibility” section now includes a feature that allows you to control your iPhone or iPad with left or right head movements. We’ve tested this ourselves and found it to be quite accurate, but it’s quite tedious to control your device this way since it cycles through all of the options on the screen and you move your head when it is bordering around the option you want.

Gondee3902d ago

That looks kinda worthless. Its so slow to use by the looks of it. I would rather eye tracking, with double or triple blinks as clicks or something.

Cernunnos3902d ago

The S4 has this... I smell another lawsuit^^

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15 Tips & Settings to Get the Most Out of Vision Pro

Vision Pro is here and it’s a surprisingly capable device. Apple has also loaded the headset with a ton of options and features that aren’t obvious at first glance.

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Why the Apple Ring could be the missing piece of Apple's ecosystem

Ringing the changes: All the news, rumors, and tips you missed last week.

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iPad Pro Dreams Come True with Jaw-Dropping Leaks

Apple is anticipated to announce the new OLED iPad Pro this spring. Although there has been considerable speculation about the product, it’s always reassuring when Apple officially confirms certain features through upcoming software updates.

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sonicwrecks5d ago

I've fixed the images on some of these past submissions of yours. Please in the future make sure the image isn't broken on submission.( I always found it best to download/upload it to be honest. )