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How to Turn off Assistive Access in iPhone 14

 To turn off Assistive Access on your iPhone 14, follow these steps:

How to Turn off Assistive Access in iPhone 14


  1. Go to Settings > Accessibility > Touch > AssistiveTouch.
  2. Toggle the AssistiveTouch switch to the Off position.

You can also turn off Assistive Access quickly by triple-clicking the side button or Home button, depending on your iPhone model. If you have set up Accessibility Shortcut, you can also turn off Assistive Access by triple-clicking the side button or Home button.

Here are some additional tips for using Assistive Access:

  • You can customize the AssistiveTouch menu to include the actions that you use most often. To do this, tap Customize Top Level Menu and then add or remove icons from the menu.
  • You can also assign custom actions to the AssistiveTouch menu button. To do this, tap Single-Tap, Double-Tap, Long Press, or 3D Touch and then select an action from the list.
  • If you are having trouble using AssistiveTouch, you can turn on AssistiveTouch Gestures. This will allow you to control AssistiveTouch with gestures, such as tapping, double-tapping, and swiping.

I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any other questions.



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