“As you probably know, the bezel of the iPad is used to allow people to hold it easily with their thumbs, in order to avoid false triggering of the thumbs on the screen,” Panzarino reports. “But now, that opportunity has been lost due to the smaller iPad mini bezel.”
Panzarino reports, “In order to make that happen without causing those false touch triggers, Apple says that it has tweaked iOS to detect whether it’s an intentional tap along the edge or not.”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader "Dan K." for the heads up.]
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