Turning on accessibility settings on an iPhone or iPad is easy to do. There are many settings that can be altered to make the device work much better for you. This post discusses what some of the choices are.
You can use Accessibility settings built into iOS to alter how you interact with your device so that it can better suit you. There are settings for people with a visual impairment, hearing loss and even for motor control.
Within the Settings app, there are divisions for Vision, Interaction, Hearing, Media, and Learning.
How to use Accessibility settings
On your device, find the Settings app. Within this Settings app, there is a tab called General, and then within the General selection, choose Accessibility.
Settings > General > Accessibility
You can now turn services on and off, and try settings that may work for you. Also, once certain settings have been turned or on, you can access some of them quickly by using Siri.
You can also use Siri to turn some of these settings off, or on again, once they are enabled. You only need to say, ‘Hey Siri’, ‘Turn on VoiceOver’, this will launch that service for you and you won’t need to navigate through the app. It doesn’t work for all the settings but if it can’t it will offer to open the Settings app so that you can do this yourself. You can also ask Siri to open the Accessibility app.
Follow our short video guide above or access a brief document with the details: Setting up Accessibility on iOS Guide.