Phone are cool things to have. You can download zillions of apps and create your world in them. They come with latest facilities and features that no other phone provides. In simple swipes and taps, you can navigate to numerous options. And, for that to go on easily, it is essential that all the icons work perfectly.

Imagine, if the power button/icon of your iPhone is not working well; what will you do? You can easily turn off your iPhone by enabling “assistive touch.” If this feature is not enabled then you can do it though your iPhone settings.

How to Use iPhone and iPad With A Broken Power Button

Here is how you can enable “Assistive touch” on your iPhone

Step #1. Unlock your iPhone.

Step #2. Go to the Settings icon and open it.

Step #3. Click on the “General” option.

Step #4. Scroll for “Accessibility” option and tap on it. You will see “Assistive Touch” alternative, tap on this option to turn it ON.

Step #5. Once you have turned it on, a grey square with white circle button will appear. You can place this icon as you prefer on your iPhone screen.

Step #6. You can use this icon whenever you have to switch off your iPhone.

Also Read: How to Turn on iPhone Without Power Button

How to Turn off your iPhone with help of Assistive Touch

Step #1. Open your iPhone by unlocking it.

Step #2. Locate your “Assistive Icon” and tap on it.

Step #3. An option of “Device” will appear along with other options.

Step #4. Tap on “Device.”

Step #5. You will see “Lock Screen” icon. Press and Hold this option for few minutes. After few seconds, the general power off screen will be displayed.

Step #6. Slide it to switch off your iPhone.

Note: If the power button of your iPhone is completely broken, you will need to plug in your iPhone to an external device with the help of a cable to switch it on again.

  • james braselton

    hi there assitive touch code for ios blocks

  • Ollie

    Thanks a lot for this, and for the warning at the end! :D (Perhaps it should be at the beginning as well, for people who don’t read to the end before acting. :/ )

    BTW please put dates on your articles. Else people might get confused following it when the information becomes out of date.

    • Jay

      Ty so much