By Cody Lee on Mar 31, 2013
Buried deep in the iOS Settings app, at the bottom of the Accessibility window, is a feature called AssistiveTouch. Apple built this tool to make its mobile devices more accessible to users with impaired physical or motor skills.
Enabling the feature adds a tiny icon to your device’s screen that typically, when tapped, opens a menu with shortcuts for a variety of system functions. But with the new MyAssistive jailbreak tweak, you can change that… Read More
By Guest Author on Jul 12, 2011
The third beta release of Apple’s iOS 5 firmware was seeded to developers yesterday, and in addition to a number of fancy new sounds and some welcome bug fixes, there’s also a new ‘AssistiveTouch’ feature.
With AssistiveTouch enabled within the Accessibility Settings on your iOS device, you’re presented with a new button on your home screen, which gives you access to a menu overlay with a number of features that may mean you never have to touch your device’s buttons again… Read More