Apple has released theiOS 5 beta 3 version with Assistive Touch.
Assistive Touch helps users who are not very good at gesture control owing to difficulty with hand eye coordination.
The menu for Assistive Touch can be accessed by tapping the corners of the device’s screen. The buttons, which appear on the screen, provide one touch access to tasks which otherwise require several taps in succession.
So with the new feature, users can share, rotate screen, lock the screen or increase the volume.
Meanwhile, with the release of the iOS 5 beta 3, it is now expected that Apple will release the full version of iOS 5. Notably, Apple released five beta versions for iOS 3 and four beta versions for iOS 4 before the operating systems were officially released.
Those who have laid their hands on the new version of iOS 5 say it is fast and less buggy.