could that take and mess up how voiceover proforms? meanning that things would be backwards as to how they really should be for the voiceover jesturs?


On 9/19/2016 10:21 PM, David Chittenden wrote:
Rapidly pressing the home button 5 times only works when VoiceOver is running. It has been corrected (does not work) when VO is off. This means, it should never be done, in any circumstances. It is also the only method which ever corrupted data in my old iPhone. In other words, perform at your own risk. I do wish Apple would block it from when VO is running.

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On 20/09/2016, at 11:25, Christopher-Mark Gilland <clgillan...@gmail.com <mailto:clgillan...@gmail.com>> wrote:

OK, I am incredibly advanced of a IHardware user, but this, I willingly confess, I really don't know. A friend of mine, who'll be left unnamed out of respect for them, and I were having a very very interesting conversation over Zello, and I thought I'd ask you guys in case someone up here knows the exacts. So, first of all, what type processor is in the IPod Touch 6th Generation? Is it an A6, or maybe an A7, and am I correct in assuming that the IPod has a bit of a slower processor than the IPhone? Secondly, I know about the keypress of pressing and holding the power and home key to do a complete reboot, and I also know about respringing the device by rapidly hitting the power button 5 times in very quick succession. But, my question is, what behind the scenes is actually going on hardwarewise when you do those, and how do those two commands truly differ. I mean, I get that respringing is basically just kind of like a reboot if you will, where the other is like a full power cycle, but specifically what are they literally doing back there? Is one like a memory dump, or what literally happens? And where would one use one over the other? I know in either case they are mainly last resort things, especially the power/home, but I'm not asking if they should only be resorted as a last attempt. I know that much. I'm asking more the specific example scenareos of when one would be used over the other, and when done, what is actually then occuring.
Chris.
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