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AssistiveTouch Instructions - Accessibility

AssistiveTouch Instructions - Accessibility

Written by Bryan Bryan Ware - October 25, 2016 in Software

Use AssistiveTouch on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch

We (at Ware Repair) recently ran into an issue where we needed to use our Apple device without the home button. Apple has a nice handy feature where you can enable AssistiveTouch. AssistiveTouch is a built-in accessibility option that allows you to control your iPhone (iPad and iPod as well) with a screen navigation system.  


You can use AssistiveTouch to control your device, help you perform gestures like a pinch, multi-finger swipe, or 3D Touch, and use Siri.

- Apple


So, when your home button is no longer functioning, AssistiveTouch can come to the rescue. We’ve recorded a video to show you how easy and accessible AssistiveTouch can be.


  1. Settings
  2. General
  3. Accessibility
  4. Activate AssistiveTouch



More information can be found here: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT202658


Bryan Ware

Web Developer

I am co-founder of Ware Repair. I primarily work all the digital and web presence but also work on computers, phones and other projects at Ware Repair. Other then being a web developer at Ware Repair, I am also a web developer at Scheels Corporate Office. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions!

Website: www.ware.repair
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