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3 Ways to Enable AssistiveTouch in iPhone/iPad

AssistiveTouch is an impressive feature which comes under Accessibility. Once activated, you can use AssistiveTouch to find and adjust certain settings on your device like Volume, Rotate Screen, Lock Screen, and more. There are several ways to enable AssistiveTouch.

Option 1: Turn on AssistiveTouch in Settings App

With this option, you can easily show or hide the virtual Home button.

Step 1: Go to Settings > General > Accessibility.

Step 2: Scroll down to AssistiveTouch.

virtual-home-button-display

Step 3: Turn AssistiveTouch button on. You will see a white icon with overlay, that is AssistiveTouch menu. When turn off AssistiveTouch switch, the virtual Home button is disappearing.

Turn on Assistive Touch

Option 2: Tell Siri to Turn on AssistiveTouch

Before you can use this option, make sure Siri is enabled on your device. You’ll need an Internet connection through Wi-Fi or cellular data.

Step 1: Hold down the Home button until Siri asks, "What can I help you with?"

Step 2: Say "Turn on AssistiveTouch". When it turn on AssistiveTouch, you’ll see the AssistiveTouch menu.

Tell Siri to Turn on AssistiveTouch Menu

Option 3: Turn on Accessibility Shortcut to Enable AssistiveTouch

There’s a handy iOS setting that’ll let you turn on or off accessibility features with a triple-click of the Home button. Apple does not enable this feature by default, so you have to set up an Accessibility Shortcut for AssistiveTouch before it can be used.

Step 1: Go to Settings > General > Accessibility, scroll down to Accessibility Shortcut.

Step 2: Turn on triple-click the Home button for AssistiveTouch.

enable-assistive-touch

Now you can turn on or off AssistiveTouch by holding down Home button three times.

You can adjust the speed of triple-click, to do like:

Step 1: Go to Settings > General > Accessibility.

Step 2: Tap on Home Button then choose Speed you want.

Adjust Home bottun speed