Use AssistiveTouch on iPhone 6
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Hello. You are watching VisiHow, and in this video, I'll show you how to add an AssistiveTouch button to your iPhone 6.
- 6If you don't want to have to press the Home button every time you want to switch applications or lock the screen, or you feel it is inconvenient to keep having to go down to the Home button, the AssistiveTouch button will allow you to have a button closer to where your thumb or finger would natural be as you hold your phone. Instead of going all the way down to the bottom of the phone, you will have a button you can push right on your screen. To set that up, let's look at the AssistiveTouch settings we have just opened. To turn on AssistiveTouch, simply tap on the switch directly across from AssistiveTouch on your screen.First, I will explain what AssistiveTouch is.
- 11Let me show you how this works once it is set up. When you tap on the button set up on your screen, a menu appears.To recap, AssistiveTouch allows you to use your iPhone more comfortably if you have difficulty touching the screen, or you need an adaptive accessory, or if you don't want to have to use the Home button as often.
- 24If you have any additional questions on newer iPhone 6 functions, please leave them in the section below.Thank you for watching VisiHow.Advertisement
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