I usually use the AssistiveTouch to Lock Screen and back to Home screen rapidly or Rotate Screen in case my iPhone doesn’t function properly. By using the AssistiveTouch, you may also save your iPhone’s Home and On/Off button.
But almost case, it’s very annoyed especially when I’m on Safari or text message, I have to drag & drop it to somewhere all the time.
It’s more useful on iPad with Gestures feature, I think.
AssistiveTouch allows you to use iPhone if you have difficulty touching the screen of if you require an adaptive accessory.
So, in order to Hide or turn the AssistiveTouch on iPhone 4s off, simply follow these steps:
- 1. Turn on your phone and press Home button to return to the Home screen.
- 2. Tap the Settings button and tap on General tab.
- 3. Scroll down to the bottom and tap on Accessibility
- 4. Scroll down to the bottom again then tap on AssisitiveTouch
- 5. To hide it, switch Off. And to show it, switch On