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My screen is zoomed in and I can't zoom it out at all. I've tried restarting the phone a number of times and as soon as it restarts, it zooms in again. What can I do? I can't use my phone because I can't get to any of the icons or controls I need to access. Please help me.

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To zoom out, DOUBLE-TAP the home screen with THREE fingers.

Your screen became zoomed in because an "Accessiblity" zoom feature was activated, perhaps accidentally.
Turn Zoom on or off:
In Settings, choose General > Accessibility > Zoom and tap the Zoom On/Off switch.
Detailed info here at Apple's website:

Posted on Sep 30, 2009

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