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My i phone 32GB has magnified the icons on the screen making it difficult to use. It will not return to normal.

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If you can not get to settings etc as icons too large, use three fingers and double tap the screen this will then reduce the icons to normal. Then go into Zoom as previous post and turn to off. The exact same thing just happened to my Iphone and I range Apple and this is what they told me to do. Hope you get it sorted.

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Check if zoom is on, go to "Settings"> "General">Accessibility and switch zoom to "Off"
Hope this helps!

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