New features were added to the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro. The iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro have a new feature, but it is unchanged from the previous iPhone models. Your iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro have a moving background feature that makes your home screen appear 3D, but it is not 3D. It looks as if the wallpaper or apps are moving around the screen when it is moved.
This feature uses the accelerometer and gyroscope together to create an illusion of 3D. Although it looks cool at first, many users become bored and wish to disable the parallax effect.
Other Accessibility Features
Zoom: Even though your smartphone screen is large enough to see clearly, text and images may sometimes be difficult to read. Zooming can be enabled here.
Invert Colors: This will change the colors of iOS. Since all menus are white, it provides a “night mode” for iOS. Instead of a black theme, it uses a dark theme.
Grayscale: This feature makes your screen black and white. It can also eliminate all colors, which can lead to a longer battery life.
Speech: The menu features a “Speak Selection” feature that can aloud any text you choose. This feature is great for reading aloud articles while you are doing chores.
Larger text: It is nice to be able to see larger text on your iPhone. Larger text can be easier for your eyes, even if you have good eyesight.
On/Off Labels – This feature adds I/O letters for toggle switches, giving it a neatUI aesthetic.
LED Flash for Alerts: Android users love LED notifications. iPhone users can enable them.
Phone Noise Cancellation – This feature lowers the ambient noise when you are on a call to make it easier for you to hear your other person clearly.
Subtitles and captioning: Subtitles don’t have to be for the deaf. These can be enabled here, and they will appear in videos when they are available.
Guided Access: This feature allows you to limit the number of apps on your iPhone, disable certain parts of the screen and turn off all of the hardware buttons. This feature is great for when you need to hand your iPhone over to a child or friend.
AssistiveTouch is a tool that can be used to create your own custom gestures.
Turn off Moving Background Feature
It is simple to disable the Parallax Effect. Although it may be difficult to locate the Parallax Feature location, you can follow the steps below to disable it. Navigate to Settings > General > Accessibility > Reduce motion to turn off the parallax effect.
A new screen will open when you choose “Reduce Motion”. It will contain a switch. The toggle switch will default be greyed out. To turn ON Reduce Motion, simply click on the toggle. This will change the switch from gray to green.