Apple’s new iOS 11 Idle Opacity function
reduces the visibility of Assistive Touch when not in use.
Apple just releases iOS 11 beta 2
version for developer with bug fixes and some improvements. iOS 11 beta first
was released at WWDC 2017 event only for developer’s testers. iOS 11 has a
major update with lots of new features in it. iOS 11 is compatible with 64 bit
devices. You can see here whether your device is compatible or not.
With the release of iOS 11 beta 2, I
updated my iPhone and was so curious about the news features or any changes in
it. I was going into the Settings and searching for Assistive Search function
to put on my iPhone. And in the Assistive Touch setting, I saw a new function
called Idle Opacity.
Idle Opacity is a new function that Apple has added in iOS 11 beta 2. iOS 11 Idle Opacity reduces the visibility of Assistive Touch when not in use
Idle Opacity is a new function Apple has
added in iOS 11 beta 2. iOS 11 Idle Opacity reduces the visibility of Assistive
Touch when not in use. You can increase or decrease the Idle Visibility of
Assistive Touch with the slider. Assistive Touch is useful feature as it has a
lots of shortcut functions in it. 
The main thing is you can use Assistive Touch
when your home button is broken or don’t work properly. Beside that Idle
Opacity/Idle Visibility makes your Assistive Touch transparent when not in use
and when using it is same as in default. So how you can reduce the Idle Opacity
of Assistive Touch in iOS 11.
How to use and reduce Idle Opacity of
Assistive Touch in iOS 11
  • Go to Settings >> General >>
    Accessibility
Idle Opacity is a new function that Apple has added in iOS 11 beta 2. iOS 11 Idle Opacity reduces the visibility of Assistive Touch when not in use
  • Scroll down to Interaction to Assistive
    Touch
Idle Opacity is a new function that Apple has added in iOS 11 beta 2. iOS 11 Idle Opacity reduces the visibility of Assistive Touch when not in use
  • Inside it, you can find the Idle Opacity
Idle Opacity is a new function that Apple has added in iOS 11 beta 2. iOS 11 Idle Opacity reduces the visibility of Assistive Touch when not in use
  • Tap on it and use the slider to reduce
    the visibility of Assistive Touch you want.

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