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Assistive Touch is the feature of the iPhone that helps users with skills impairments. Enabling the Assistive Touch option allows the user to execute actions like the pinching to 3D Touch or zoom with just one click. It helps to access any action quickly with one touch. If you want to enable it, then you are on the right post. Go through the blog and follow the instructions to use the Assistive Touch on iPad and iPhone.
How to Enable the Assistive Touch
If you want to enable the Assistive Touch, then you can follow the provided steps:
- Go to settings.
- Click on Accessibility.
- Select Touch.
- Choose Assistive Touch to switch it on.
- Turn it on.
A square figure with a white circle will display on the screen. This will be the shortcut for the Assistive touch button. Users can click on it to open the Assistive Touch option or drag it on the screen to change the position.
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