iOS 14: How to Enable Back Tap on iPhone

first_imgDo note that this feature only works on iPhone 8 and newer models running iOS 14. Additionally, this feature is not available on the iPad. With that being said, follow these steps to enable back tap on your iPhone.On your iPhone, go to Settings.Scroll down a bit and go to Accessibility.On the next screen, under Physical and Motor, tap Touch.Scroll to the end and go to Back Tap.You’ll now see two options — Double Tap and Triple Tap.You can assign any action that’s available in the list. For example, you can set the Double Tap action to take a quick screenshot, while the Triple Tap action can be assigned to quickly access the Control Centre.After you’ve assigned the actions, exit settings. You can now start using back tap on your iPhone.iOS 14: Back tap integration with ShortcutsBack tap also integrates well with the Shortcuts app. This means, besides having the actions that are already present in the back tap menu, you can also assign custom shortcuts if you want to. For instance, if you have a shortcut that lets you run the Instagram story camera from the Shortcuts app, you can now assign it to a simple double- or triple-tap.All you need to do here is to make sure to download Apple’s Shortcuts app on your iPhone. Once the app is installed on your phone, visit RoutineHub to get a plethora of custom shortcuts. To download a shortcut and assign it to back tap on your iPhone, follow these steps.Go to RoutineHub on your iPhone.Find the shortcut that you’d like to download and open it.Hit Get Shortcut to download it on your iPhone.Doing this will redirect you to the Shortcuts app. Scroll down to the bottom and tap Add Untrusted Shortcut.Exit the Shortcuts app once your new shortcut is added.Go to iPhone’s Settings and repeat the earlier steps to assign this new shortcut as a double tap or a triple tap action.- Advertisement – This is how you can enable and use the new back tap feature in iOS 14. Let us know in the comments what you plan to do with this nifty new feature.For more tutorials, visit our How to section.Are iPhone 12 mini, HomePod mini the Perfect Apple Devices for India? We discussed this on Orbital, our weekly technology podcast, which you can subscribe to via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or RSS, download the episode, or just hit the play button below.- Advertisement – – Advertisement –center_img Did you know your iPhone has a cool hidden feature that lets you trigger certain actions whenever you tap the rear panel of your phone? For instance, you can now take a screenshot by double tapping or open the camera by triple tapping the rear panel of your iPhone. With the new back tap feature in iOS 14, the entire rear panel of your iPhone basically transforms into a big touch-sensitive button, letting you interact with your phone like never before.Apart from the available actions present in the Back Tap menu, the feature also integrates well with Apple’s Shortcuts app. This further makes it possible to assign almost any action that’s available as a shortcut on the internet. In this guide, we tell you how to use the new Back Tap feature in iOS 14.iOS 14: How to enable and use back tap feature- Advertisement –last_img read more

NASCAR at Daytona: Date, time, lineup, TV schedule, live stream for Coke Zero Sugar 400

first_imgNASCAR heads back to Daytona International Speedway this weekend for the second race of the year at the Florida track.Denny Hamlin took home the win at the restrictor-plate track in the first race of the season and will once again be in good position to win. (All times Eastern)Thursday, July 4TimeEventChannel1:05 p.m.Xfinity Series first practiceNBCSN2:05 p.m.Cup Series first practiceNBCSN/MRN3:05 p.m.Xfinity Series final practiceNBCSN4:05 p.m.Cup Series final practiceNBCSN/MRNFriday, July 5TimeEventChannel3:35 p.m.Xfinity Series qualifyingNBCSN5:05 p.m.Cup Series qualifyingNBCSN/MRN7:30 p.m.Xfinity Series Circle K Firecracker 250 by Coca-ColaNBCSN/MRNSaturday, July 6TimeEventChannel7:30 p.m.Cup Series Coke Zero Sugar 400NBCSN/MRNCamping World 400 Starting LineupBelow is the full starting lineup for the Coke Zero Sugar 400.StartingDriverNumberTBDLandon Cassill00TBDKurt Busch1TBDBrad Keselowski2TBDAustin Dillon3TBDKevin Harvick4TBDRyan Newman6TBDDaniel Hemric8TBDChase Elliott9TBDAric Almirola10TBDDenny Hamlin11TBDRyan Blaney12TBDTy Dillon13TBDClint Bowyer14TBDQuin Houff15TBDRicky Stenhouse Jr.17TBDKyle Busch18TBDMartin Truex Jr.19TBDErik Jones20TBDPaul Menard21TBDJoey Logano22TBDWilliam Byron24TBDRoss Chastain27TBDCorey Lajoie32TBDMichael McDowell34TBDMatt Tifft36TBDChris Buescher37TBDDavid Ragan38TBDDaniel Suarez41TBDKyle Larson42TBDDarrell “Bubba” Wallace Jr.43TBDRyan Preece47TBDJimmie Johnson48TBDBJ McLeod51TBDJJ Yeley52TBDJoey Gase53TBDBrendan Gaughan62TBDJustin Haley77TBDAlex Bowman88TBDMatt DiBenedetto95TBDParker Kligerman96 He has two wins on the year and there’s little reason to think he cannot compete to win the Coke Zero Sugar 400.But this is restrictor-plate racing, so anything can happen at the 2.5-mile Tri-Oval.What time does the Coke Zero Sugar 400 start?The Coke Zero Sugar 400 will take place Saturday, July 6. Live coverage begins on NBCSN at 7:30 p.m. ET.What channel is the Coke Zero Sugar 400 on?The Coke Zero Sugar 400 will be broadcast nationally on NBCSN. The race can also be live-streamed on the NBC Sports Go App or by subscribing to fuboTV, which offers a seven-day free trial.Coke Zero Sugar 400 schedule, how to watchAll of the events leading up to the week, including practices and races for the Xfinity Series, can be seen on NASCAR.com, PRN, MRN and FS1.Here’s a daily schedule of events leading up to the Coke Zero Sugar 400.last_img read more

Chris Petersen steps down as Washington coach after six seasons

first_imgMORE: 2019 college football coaching carousel “It has been a privilege and a professional dream fulfilled to be part of this world-class institution,” Petersen said in the team’s release. “I will forever be grateful, honored and humbled to have had the opportunity to coach our fine young men on Montlake for these past six seasons. I thank each of them, as well as our coaches and administrative staff for the incredible commitment they’ve made to Husky football during my tenure.”The football program and Husky Athletics across the board will continue to prosper — and do it the right way — with Jen Cohen’s leadership and the University administration’s commitment to excellence. I’ll be a Husky for life, but now is the right time for me to step away from my head coaching duties, and recharge.”Petersen led the Huskies to three consecutive seasons with double-digit wins from 2016-18 and a pair of Pac-12 championships in 2016 and ’18. That includes a College Football Playoff appearance in 2016 and Rose Bowl berth in 2018. The Huskies slipped to 7-5 this season. In the most shocking coaching move of the 2019 season, Washington coach Chris Petersen announced his resignation on Monday. Huskies athletic director Jennifer Cohen named defensive coordinator Jimmy Lake as the team’s new coach in a news release.Petersen is one of the most successful coaches in the FBS. He has a 146-38 career record between stops at Boise State (92-12) and Washington (54-26). That .793 winning percentage is the second-highest among FBS coaches with at least 100 wins. The only FBS coach with at least 100 wins and a winning percentage above .800 is Clemson’s Dabo Swinney, who is 128-30 (.810). Nick Saban, who is 242-66, has a .791 career winning percentage.last_img read more