iOS 5 Beta 3 Presents New Accessibility Menu Called "Assistive Touch"

We noticed that iOS 5 Beta 3 has brought various new features. The most attractive feature in this firmware is the Accessibility menu that is called “Assistive touch”.





This awesome feature lets the user to be free from the gesture that are not performed with one finger or to let go the usage of the physical buttons like home or volume button. This can be taken as a Hub that presents a virtual screen that allows you to move freely on the screen.

This feature needs to be activated in your iDevice, to activate go to Settings, then move to Accessibility and then Assistive. If you want to activate it then click on the toggle switch, as you toggle the state to enable it, you will see a virtual button on the left bottom of the screen. It means you have successfully updated this Assistive Touch. Once you will click on this button some options will be displayed on your screen to perform some operations on you iPhone.



This feature needs to be activated in your iDevice, to activate go to Settings, then move to Accessibility and then Assistive. If you want to activate it then click on the toggle switch, as you toggle the state to enable it, you will see a virtual button on the left bottom of the screen. It means you have successfully updated this Assistive Touch. Once you will click on this button some options will be displayed on your screen to perform some operations on you iPhone.

Assistive touch is very useful in many ways. This lets the call button to be transparent when, Assistive button is touched to activate. This virtual can be moved to any corner of the screen if you find it a hurdle while using specific app.

Watch this video to see the function of Assistive Touch:




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