How to turn the iPhone into a magnifying glass

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From among the many tools that the mobile phone has supplied In our pockets (calculator, voice recorder, photographic and video camera …) there is one that perhaps usually goes unnoticed, that we associate with detectives and that really has not been very common to carry around and that everyone remembers when they need it: the magnifying glass.

The iOS magnifier can be configured to enlarge the size and improve the image quality

Although an easy remedy that is sometimes used by some users is the zoom of the photographic camera, the truth is that iOS has a specific magnifying glass application, factory built into the operating system itself, so that this function can be fulfilled in an even more practical way.

And it is that beyond simply enlarging the size of something (a text, an image or an object) so that it can be distinguished better, the Lupa app is capable of adjusting the brightness and contrast levels, as well as applying color filters that will allow appreciate even better what you want to expand. The flash can also be activated to illuminate the object as a flashlight, another of the objects that we no longer have to carry with us thanks to the mobile phone, and the enlarged image shown on the screen can be frozen to be able to examine it more carefully and without oscillate by movements (of the hand or the object).

All this is managed in a simple and intuitive way through the simple controls that appear on the screen represented by the icons that explain each of the aforementioned functions: lens change (front / rear), brightness, contrast, color filters, flashlight and recognition of persons.

A tip to access the iOS Magnifier in the easiest way is place a shortcut in the Control Center, the shortcut that appears when you scroll down from the top right of the iPhone screen. To do this, you will have to access the Settings menu and from there enter the Control Center section, where you can select the applications whose direct access to place on the aforementioned screen.