There is a list of actions you can assign including bring up the app switcher, control centre, home, lock screen and Siri. Although it is an accessibility setting designed to help those with more limited motor functions it could prove a useful addition for any iPhone owner.

Viticci also tweeted about Sound Recognition, another accessibility setting that can listen intelligently for specific sounds for those hard of hearing. Examples you can select include a smoke alarm, crying baby or the doorbell. The iPhone can send a notification to alert you of the potential sound you’re unaware of.

These two additions were not included in Apple’s WWDC presentation on Monday but show the granular level at which new features can be found once the developer beta is out in the open. These two examples could prove useful for all users.