Since Twitter rolled out minor updates on the app, one thing most users have complained about is the change made to the Retweet feature. Here’s how to Retweet easily using your iPhone’s reachability feature.
Reachability causes the entire home screen or active application to slide down on your iPhone, making it easier to reach controls, apps, buttons and input fields near the top of the screen with your thumb.
I’m physically drained from having to send my thumb to the top of this phone to retweet pic.twitter.com/tLzv9q26ZC
— Perfectly Splendid (@Luvotiyana) October 28, 2020
Reachability is activated by touching the iPhone’s home button twice in quick succession.
If it’s not already activated on your phone, simply open Settings>Accessibility>Touch>Activate Reachability.
For iPhones without home button like iPhone X, Open Settings > General > Accessibility > Activate Reachability. Then … Swipe down on the gesture bar on bottom of the screen. That should bring the top of the display down to a more accessible spot.