The iPhone comes with several useful features to improve user experience. One of those interesting and useful features includes Shake to Undo. This feature has been the part of iPhone for years, but not many people use it. In this article, I will explain what Shake to Undo feature is. I will also tell you how to disable Shake to Undo.
What Is Shake to Undo?
The Shake to Undo feature lets you undo the last typed word just by shaking your iPhone. When you shake the iPhone, a prompt will appear asking you if you want to undo the last action. It works everywhere including any note-taking app, text editor, web browser, or any app.
The feature is interesting but can be annoying in some cases. Apple also lets you disable the Shake to Undo feature.
Turn Off Shake to Undo on iPhone
To disable Shake to Undo feature, Open Settings and go to Accessibility. Now, tap Touch. Then find Shake to Undo and turn off the toggle to disable the feature.
If you disable this feature, you can undo your typing by swiping across the screen from right to left with three fingers. This will instantly undo your actions.
Some people find Shake to Undo feature really convenient. You can follow the same step to turn on the Toggle of Shake to Undo to enable the feature again.