You can now customise the following settings:
You can customise the actions each button on your device performs.
To change the appearance of the pointer, select Pointer Style.
On the next screen, you can customise the following options:
To resize the pointer, adjust the slider for Size.
To change the colour of the pointer, select Colour and choose from the options.
By default, the cursor is hidden after 15 seconds of non-use. The cursor will reappear when you move your pointing device. To change the Auto-Hide settings:
The AssistiveTouch menu enables you to perform a wide variety of actions on your iOS device, all from a single on-screen button. These actions include tap and swipe gestures, app switching, adjusting the volume, and triggering shortcuts. See the article **link to AssistiveTouch article here **
To show the AssistiveTouch menu, set the toggle switch for Always Show Menu to On.
To change how fast the cursor moves across the screen, adjust the slider for Tracking Speed.
With Drag Lock on, you only need to hold the button down until an item is ready to drag. Then you can move it to another location without holding the button down. To release the item, click the button again. Select Drag Lock to set the button to On.
Dwell enables you to select items without having to click a button. You select an item by resting (dwelling) the pointer over it for a set amount of time.
To use Dwell Control, select Dwell Control to set the toggle switch to On.
The fallback action is what Dwell reverts to after you have performed an operation. To choose your preferred fallback action:
This is how far you can move the pointer before a Dwell action is cancelled.
Host Corners enable you to perform an action by dwelling in the corners of the screen. You can choose from a wide variety of actions such as taking screenshots, going to the Home screen, opening the Control Centre, changing the volume, running Siri Shortcuts. You can assign a different action to each corner.
To assign actions to Hot Corners:
This is how long you need to rest the pointer over an item before it becomes selected. Use the + (plus) and – (minus) buttons to adjust the time limit.