How to set up Cherry MX switches on your iPhone 6s and 6s Plus

By now you have probably seen the Cherry MX Switch.

But it is also one of the more popular switches on the market, with the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus both featuring Cherry MX Switches on their top and bottom caps.

With the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, Apple has removed the ability to use the Cherry switches for Apple-branded products, meaning that if you are a Mac user, you can no longer buy the switches.

But there is another way to use Cherry MX switch, and it has a little more to do with the Cherry Switch, which is to switch on the camera shutter key.

This can be done by pressing and holding down the shutter button on your phone’s rear camera, and then pressing and releasing the shutter key on the Cherry switch.

While this is the simplest and most convenient way to switch the shutter on your smartphone, it can also be a bit tricky, as it requires the camera to move back and forth, and some devices have difficulty with the camera moving back and forward.

So, how do you set up the Cherry Mx switches on an iPhone 6 or 6 Plus?

First, you will need to make sure you have a Cherry M x switch installed on your device.

If you don’t have one, there are a few different options, including using an adapter and then buying a Cherry MX replacement.

If this isn’t an option, you should also install a Cherry switch on your camera shutter button as this is where the shutter is located.

To install the Cherry mx switch, press and hold the shutter down until it clicks, then press and release the shutter.

It will go into the “mx” slot on the back of the switch, with an orange button labeled “Switch”.

This is where you will install the switch.

To make sure that you have the Cherry x switch plugged into the correct slot, hold down the “shift” button for a second, then release it.

Now, press the shutter and the shutter will start moving, with no shutter movement at all.

You should be able to use this switch to switch off the shutter when the camera has moved.

For more details on the iPhone’s shutter, check out this post.

If all else fails, there is also a Cherry-MX switch for iPhone 5 and 5S users, as seen below.

The iPhone 6 Plus offers a different camera shutter option, but does not offer a Cherry m x switch.