To support the ease of controlling the device, Apple complements the iPhone with the AssistiveTouch feature, one of which functions to bring up the home button.
Apple is indeed one of the technology companies that are smart enough to offer convenience to users through an operating system for mobile devices, i.e., iOS.
Besides offering quite good effectiveness and efficiency, this operating system provides a variety of additional features that are quite useful for its users, and one of them is the AssistiveTouch feature.
The AssistiveTouch feature is a feature that makes it easier for users to find and adjust specific settings on your devices such as Volume, Screen Rotation, Screen Lock, and others.
This feature can also be used as an alternative to navigating, such as to return to the home screen or to access the notification center.
How to Activate AssistiveTouch to Bring up the Home Button on the iPhone
- First of all, users can enter the Settings section.
- Select an option, General.
- Then enter the options Accessibility.
- Then choose AssistiveTouch or Accessibility Shortcut.
- And finally, make sure the button AssistiveTouch in a state of life.
Besides using the above method, iPhone device users can also activate the AssistiveTouch feature through Siri’s virtual assistant. The trick is that the user only needs to open Siri and say, “Turn on AssistiveTouch.”
When the Accessibility Shortcut option is active, users can also enable or disable the AssistiveTouch feature by pressing Side button three times (for devices iPhone X or newer).
Or for older devices, which incidentally still has a Home button, the user can activate it by pressing the Home button the same amount (three times).
Once active, a floating button will appear on the screen, which can be shifted at will the user. By tapping the button, several menu options will appear, including one Home button.
And if a user uses an iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus, users can also use the 3D Touch feature built into this AssistiveTouch feature. In this case, users can set their actions to be implemented.
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