IPHONE 7 HOME BUTTON FIX
Unlike previous Apple smartphones, the iPhone 7 doesn’t use a mechanical home button; actually, it doesn’t even move the least bit. Instead, Apple has designed force sensitive technology beneath that responds to pressure, and so uses the ‘taptic engine’ that initial debuted on the Apple Watch to simulate feedback by making a weird, moving buzz.
However, we should always note that if you would like to do out the software package button, you don’t need to expect Apple’s physical faux-button to fail. The digital button has truly been around for ages, and it’s known as assistive touch. It’s not exclusive to the iPhone 7, and might be turned on in your phone’s settings. the sole distinction is that Apple currently appears to be automatically enabling assistive touch once it detects an issue, instead of placing the headache on users who might not have known that it even exists.
To enable Assistive Touch, you can use any of the following steps:
- Go to Settings > General > Accessibility > Assistive Touch, then turn it on
- Tell Siri: “Turn on Assistive Touch”
- Go to Settings > General > Accessibility > Accessibility Shortcut, and turn on Assistive Touch
When you activate Accessibility Shortcut, you can turn Assistive Touch on or off from any screen by triple-clicking the home button. You can even adjust the triple-click speed by going to Settings > General > Accessibility > Home-click Speed.