People with motor impairments may not have the easiest time controlling their phones with their fingers, and lord knows Siri can't do everything. Hawkeye Access is a new ARKit-based app that lets you control things using nothing but your eyes. After a brief calibration process, you'll be dropped into an interface with a cursor that moves around the screen with your gaze. Smile or blink to click, stare into the bottom, sides, and corners to navigate, and use your voice to enter search queries. Currently, the app contains a web browser with quick links to services like YouTube, Twitter, and Instagram, but given its utility, we wouldn't be surprised to see this functionality baked into iOS in the near future.