Enable or Disable Assistive Touch in iPhone 4
What is Assistive Touch?
Assistive Touch, an overlay card is exposed that delivers the user with commands that usually expect certain physical naturals process, such as rotating the screen or agitating the device. This new lineament allows for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touching to be more accessible to those who may not be able to attain these chores.
This function is a new interface found in iOS 5 that gives users quick access to certain commands.
Usage of Assistive Touch in iPhone
- Users can just exploit the onscreen commands using just one finger. Doing this will tell the operating system to do gestures that would usually ask the user.
- Other available commands include locking the screen, adjusting the volume, and finger-based gestures like pinch and swipe.
- Users can also create custom gestures, tracing certain patterns or movements with their fingers on the screen to accomplish some tasks that may be difficult.
From the home screen, tab Settings.
Scroll to and tab General.
Scroll to and tab Accessibility.
Scroll to and tap AssistiveTouch.
Tap the AssistiveTouch switch enable or disable the feature as desired.
Ok, I think this step by step guideline will help you to use iPhone function easily.