How To Disable/Turn off Assistive Touch on iPhone XR, XS Max, X

How to disable Assistivetouch on iPhone 6, 6 Plus, iOS 8, iOS 9

There are many beginners and newly iOS 13 users reporting their problem as of how can I get rid of that annoying white circle in that black Square on iPhone? I think it has been turning on accidentally on iPhone and they haven’t known about it mean that black square called Assistive Touch. But why want to turn off Assistive touch on iPhone?

Assistive touch is an Accessibility feature and working as onscreen movable circle square, using that you could perform so many activities, which you’ve to done from diff section of your iPhone settings. Do you know Accessibility has got a new location on the iPhone? Now, Accessibility is not a member of the General section. Let’s here look, the help of Assistive touch what can do user is? Through Assistive Touch almost action iOS user can be done on iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch without home button and Sleep/Wakeup button. Ever feeling iPhone touch screen Stuck?

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Leverage of Assistive Touch feature of iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch

Flagship benefit is you could do almost activity without touching physical button of iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch Such as Home button, Sleep/Wake button, Volume button, and mute button.

Activate Siri, can open Control Center and Notification Center, can launch favorites gestures, Lock Screen, Mute/ Unmute, Volume Up/down, Rotation Screen, open Multitasking screen, can take Screenshot, etc.

Accessibility in iOS 13, has expanded as it gets support for Mouse and keyboard. If you have bluetooth Mouse and Keyboard then, you can connect them to iPhone and type as fast as you can. Besides, there are few options available that allow you to customize the Cursor settings and other related settings on iOS 13.

But whatever at last as you wants I giving you a way for how to turn off the Assistive touch on iPhone X/8/8 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone SE/5S in Step by Step?

Steps on how to disable or turn off Assistive touch on iPhone XR/XS Max/XS/X, iPhone 8/7/6S Plus on iOS 13:

The method to disable Assistive Touch on iPad and iPhone has changed in iOS 13. If you want to turn off Assistive touch on iOS 13, then follow the below steps.

  • Go to the Settings app.
  • Scroll down and tap Accessibility.
  • Select Touch.
  • Toggle off the Assistive Touch in iOS 13.

AssistiveTouch allows you to use your iPhone/iPad if you have difficulty touching the screen or if you require an adaptive accessory. Hence, iPhone or iPad face any physical situation then you can customize the Assistive Touch on iOS 13 and can use iPhone freely.

Disable Assistive Touch on iPad and iPhone in iOS 12/11

Method 1: Tripple Click on the home button at once, for Disable or Enable.

Method 2:

1. Launch Settings app on iPhone.

2. Go to GeneraliPhone 6 home screen

3. Navigate Accessibility then Scroll down the screen

4. Tap on AssistiveTouch under interaction sectionNavigate Accessibility then Scroll down the screen Tap on AssistiveTouch

5. Now do turn off AssistiveTouchHow to disable/ turn off Assistive touch on iPhone 6, 6 Plus

That’s it.

Now when you wanted to turn on Assistive Touch on your iPhone 6, 6 Plus, iPad Air, iPad Mini or iPod Touch. Just summon to Siri by pressing-holding home button and ask her ‘’turn on AssitiveTouch’’.

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