Oh, I thought you were supposed to keep your fingers close together. I'll give that thumb thing a try also.


Do you separate your fingers a bit on all 2 and 3 finger taps; with swipes also?


Thanks to everyone for giving me such good tips.


Nancy





On 9/19/2016 12:32 PM, Mr. Ed wrote:
Hi Nancy,
Make sure you keep your two fingers spread apart a little bit. Some people put 
their thumb between their two fingers to keep them spread apart.
Ed

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From: viphone@googlegroups.com [mailto:viphone@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of 
Daniel L. Gervais
Sent: Monday, September 19, 2016 11:07 AM
To: viphone@googlegroups.com
Subject: Re: IPhone SE question

Hi Nancy,

Congratulation on getting your first touch phone.  I am sure you will get the 
hang of it.  It just takes time, patience and practice.

As for hanging up a call, I to had some difficulties hanging up the call.  Try 
waiting a couple of seconds once you pull the phone away from your ear and 
perform the two finger double tap gesture a little slower, if you find your 
speed is not getting you results.

I found that if I waited a couple of seconds and perform the gesture slower, I 
had better results in hanging up my calls.

Again, enjoy your phone, I am sure you will love it.


From:   Nancy <girlyscr...@comcast.net>
To:     <viphone@googlegroups.com>
Date:   2016/09/19 10:35 AM
Subject:        Re: IPhone SE question

Dave,


Yipee!  I just used a 2 finger double tap to answer the phone. My husband, 
David, is being very patient  with me calling him and asking him to call me so 
I can practice.


I have not yet had much luck hanging up with the 2 finger double tap.
I'll keep practicing.  :)

Nancy




On 9/19/2016 9:39 AM, Dave Mitchel wrote:
Nancy, to answer the call coming in just 2 finger double tap. it can
be done anywhere on the screen. same to hang up is another 2 finger
double tap. to make a call I just ask sirit to call the person. when
done talking a 2 finger double tap does it.

the person you are calling does need to be in your contact list.
be patient! I have learned that is the key to using these new phones.
dave

-----Original Message----- From: Nancy
Sent: Sunday, September 18, 2016 9:06 PM
To: viphone@googlegroups.com
Subject: IPhone SE question

I just got my first cell phone without buttons...the IPhone SE.

It left the store wrapped up in an Otterbox Defender case and a
tempered glass screen protector.

At this point, I am just trying to learn how to make and answer calls.
My finger is dancing all over the screen.  If I had a adhesive Braille
Dot put on the screen so I would know where to tap, would that work?
Or would it cause Siri and VO anguish having a dot on the screen all
the time?I just have no idea how sensitive the screen is.

Thank you so much.
Nancy


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