How to use AssistiveTouch on iPhone and iPad

Posted by phil on Samedi oct 1, 2016 Under IPAD, The IPhone Blog

How can you use software controls when you can’t use hardware buttons? With AssitiveTouch! AssistiveTouch is an accessibility feature that can help people with motor skill impairments get the most out of their IPHONE or IPAD. With AssistiveTouch enabled, you’ll be able to perform actions like pinching to zoom or 3D Touch with just a tap instead. Here’s how to enable Assistive Touch and use it! How to enable AssistiveTouch How to use AssistiveTouch How to add custom gestures to AssistiveTouch How to customize the Top Level menu for AssistiveTouch How to enable AssistiveTouch Launch Settings from your Home screen. Tap General. Tap Accessibility. Tap AssistiveTouch. Tap the switch next to AssistiveTouch to enable it. A dark square with a white circle will appear on your screen. This is your shortcut to the AssistiveTouch menu and it’ll appear on every screen. You can tap on it to open the AssistiveTouch menu or drag it around the screen and out of the way if you’re trying to d…

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