Apple has shared a new video detailing how you can customize AssistiveTouch on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
According to Apple, you can use AssistiveTouch to ” adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap,” as part of its Accessibility features.
The Apple Support video details “how to add a custom action, like switching apps or checking notifications, when you double-tap the AssistiveTouch button.”
If you’re new to iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, this AssistiveTouch feature can be very handy for those requiring Accessibility features.
The tutorial above has been made available by Apple ahead of Global Accessibility Awareness Day on May 21, 2020.