On a black iPad in indoor lighting, you’ve got a 50/50 chance of finding the Home button on the first go. (Lower than that, actually, because a lot of the time you reach for one of the wide edges.)

But, I ask, why struggle? Turn on AssistiveTouch and the little white dot is always right there ready to function as a de facto Home button.

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