The iPad Touch from Apple Inc. is a seventh-generation smartphone with a user-friendly touch interface. It has replaced the iPod Touch and was launched in May 2019, while it was discontinued on May 10, 2022.
One of the unique features of the iPad Touch is Touch Accommodations. With Touch Accommodations, you can modify your device to respond to taps, swipes and other gestures to fit your unique need for fine-motor abilities. We recommended that you set up your preferences before enabling Touch Accommodations to adjust how the device responds to touch.
Hold duration is another feature of the iPad Touch. It determines the duration of screen press for your device to register your touch. If you increase the hold duration for over 0.3 seconds, a circular timer will appear each time you touch the screen. This helps your device to recognize your touch as an intentional input.
iPad Touch FAQs
When was the iPad Touch launched and discontinued?
The iPad Touch was launched in May 2019 and was discontinued on May 10, 2022.
What is Touch Accommodations?
Touch accommodations allow you to modify your device to respond to taps, swipes, and other gestures that fit your unique needs for fine-motor abilities.
What is Hold Duration?
Hold duration is the duration a screen press needs to register your touch. If you increase the duration by over 0.3 seconds, a circular timer appears each time you touch the screen. This helps your device recognize your touch as an intentional input.
The iPad Touch is a user-friendly smartphone with unique touch features, including Touch Accommodations and Hold Duration. These features can be customized according to your preferences for fine-motor abilities. Make the most of your device by exploring and setting these features.