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How to operate the Iphone's touchscreen with gloves on.

Now that it's 20 degrees Fahrenheit outside, I normally wear some thick gloves to keep my hands warm. But whenever I need to use my Iphone, I need to slip them off to operate the touchscreen. I heard that the Iphone touchscreen recognizes the electrical resistance of the skin to measure where you're touching it, but I don't know if this is true. I was wondering if there was any method to perhaps simulate the resistance of my skin on the fingertips of my gloves using some substance. The problem is, I don't what to use. Also, if what I heard was wrong, I would appreciate any other suggestions on how to use the touchscreen without taking my gloves off.

imccann15 years ago
do this instead of sunbankses:https://www.instructables.com/id/Making-A-Glove-Work-With-A-Touch-Screen/
Sunbanks8 years ago
You could try something like this.
Padlock8 years ago
Yes, I have the exact same problem. I found that licking the fingers of your gloves work sometimes, but you might not want to do this if you have dirty gloves. And then there's also the problem of the saliva freezing... I don't know how cold it get's where you are. It's like -11 where I am.