We Fix BCR
278 Holdenhurst Road


Simple and Economical

Mobile phone repairs always need doing at the wrong time. We have set up this site to provide Mobile Phone Repairs and services using differing quality of parts and different timescales. These factors give you great flexibility and enable cost-effective pricing

Express or Easy

We understand how vital a Mobile Phone can be for the user. Our Retail store carries out many repairs on a while-you-wait basis during the day. This site provides either a fast track repair at full price or a reduced price if you can leave the device with us for 24 hours

Trusted Service

We are a trusted Mobile Device repair centre in Bournemouth. We have been here for over 11 years. We have an excellent reputation on Google, and you can see this if you search for We Fix BCR. All repairs come with a warranty, and if you pay by PayPal, then Buyer Protection is included

Setting up Assistive Touch on your iPhone

Setting up AssistiveTouch on your iPhone is a great idea, especially if you’re anticipating issues with some of the phone’s physical buttons or functions. AssistiveTouch creates a virtual button on your screen, giving you access to various iPhone features without needing to use the physical buttons. Here’s a step-by-step guide to set it up:

  1. Open Settings: Tap on the ‘Settings’ app on your iPhone. It usually looks like a gear icon.

  2. Accessibility Options: Scroll down and tap on ‘Accessibility’. This section is dedicated to various settings that make the iPhone easier to use for those with different accessibility needs.

  3. Touch Settings: Within the Accessibility options, find and select ‘Touch’.

  4. Enable AssistiveTouch: In the ‘Touch’ menu, you will see an option for ‘AssistiveTouch’. Tap on this, then toggle the switch at the top to turn on AssistiveTouch. A small, semi-transparent button should appear on your screen.

  5. Customize Controls (Optional): You can customize what this virtual button does. Tap on ‘Customize Top Level Menu’ to change the shortcuts that appear when you tap the AssistiveTouch button. You can also add additional shortcuts or change what a single-tap, double-tap, or long press does.

Once AssistiveTouch is enabled, you can use the on-screen button to perform actions that would normally require physical buttons. This includes things like adjusting volume, locking the screen, taking screenshots, and more. You can move the AssistiveTouch button around the screen to a convenient location by simply dragging it.

Remember, AssistiveTouch is also highly beneficial for those who find it physically challenging to use the iPhone’s buttons due to mobility or dexterity issues. Don’t hesitate to explore other Accessibility features that might make your iPhone usage more comfortable and convenient.

An illustration depicting the process of setting up Assistive Touch on an iPhone. The image shows a person's hand holding an iPhone, with the screen d (1)

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About Us

We Fix BCR
278 Holdenhurst Road

01202 399911

Opening Hours

We are open 

Monday 8:30 – 17:00
Tuesday 8:30 – 17:00
Wednesday 8:30 – 17:00
Thursday 8:30 – 17:00
Friday 8:30 – 17:00
Saturday 8:30 – 14:00

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