Virtual home button

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  1. Crxx

    Crxx Member

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    On the be Iphone 5 there I'll be "virtual home button". Can someone shed some light on this?
     
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    I meant to type..... On the new iPhone 5 there will be a "virtual home button" can someone shed some light on this please?
     
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    Its also on your iphone 4 with IOS5 go into settings and turn on assisstive touch.
     
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    i think that the reason that there will be a physical home button rather than a virtual one is due to the fact that there are so many people who end up breaking their screens one way or another. when that happens a lot can go wrong and if the home button is not a physical one then it could be useless if the screen is cracked.
    mind you this just an opinion
     
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    If you mean INSTEAD of the physical one, not a chance. As was posted above, there is the option for one via assistive touch.
     
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    Can't find it.
     
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    Go into settings> general> accessibility and turn assistive touch to on


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