The iPad has a feature called “assistive touch.” This feature allows the user to use a pointer on the screen that can be programmed with several commands and functions. The assistive touch button should interest folks who don’t enjoy having to swipe to get around on the iPad. This feature provides an alternative for swiping in and out of apps. The assistive touch feature can be easily turned on and off with Siri and the control panel once activated. Take a look at this resource to learn more.