Using a ‘traditional’ magnifier can sometimes mean you are carrying a large, heavy object. Since iOS 10, (around September 2016) Apple have now enhanced their accessibility settings again to include a magnifier that can be accessed with a simple quick triple-click of the home button. Read how to get this feature on your smartphone.
What features and benefits a tablet can offer? Come in to have a chat and learn an easy way to: set alarms, reminders, play music, read books, send emails, contact family & friends and more!
Speak Screen is a great addition to accessibility tools for iOS products. You enable it in the accessibility settings and then when you want the screen contents to be read use a 2 finger swipe downwards motion on your screen.
iPhone can now automatically alter the display colours for easier and less strain viewing when it’s night. You can schedule the ‘night shift’ to turn it on from sunset to sunrise by going to: Settings > Display & Brightness Slide to turn Scheduled on then select From To and on the next screen choose > […]
There may be certain settings that you find make things easier on a smartphone, such as Voice Over or Invert Colours. You can easily get to these settings directly without having to find them hidden away in a setting…
Doing calculations? Finding a calculator more difficult to use due to reduced vision? Use Siri instead! Siri is a virtual assistant that can perform a variety of tasks controlled by your voice.
A quick rundown of using search on your iOS device, the iPhone or iPad.
Get your device to work for you. Ask Siri to play your music, write your texts, describe the weather and much more!
Scroll Gestures are great for everyone, I have this enabled on my mac and it could be something you find useful too!