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ED#141 : AssistiveTouch Bug In Apple's New iOS 6
Earlier this year, I wrote about Apple's AssistiveTouch feature - a nifty little feature that most of us thought was to make it for the disabled to use the Apple iPhone. Well, that too, but it also allowed us, able-bodied people, to protect the iPhone's "less than robust" Home button so that it wouldn't die on us so quickly.
Needless to say, once you tried it, you will likely not go back to using the Home button. Now that I'm used to it, I find it much easier to use the AssistiveTouch button than the actual Home button! I'm sure quite a few of you feel the same way too.
Fast forward to the release of iOS 6, and this feature starts getting the wrong kind of love. This is because a bug in iOS 6 has caused the iPhone's Auto-Lock feature to fail...
Link : ED#141 : AssistiveTouch Bug In Apple's New iOS 6
Dr. Adrian Wong
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