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How to connect hearing aids and use audio accessibility on iPhone and iPad

If you have a hearing aid or need better audio accessibility, iPhone and iPad can help.

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Global Accessibility Awareness Day is coming and here's what Apple's doing about it!

In advance of Global Accessibility Awareness Day, Apple has some important updates coming your way!

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Apple adds dedicated accessibility accessories section to its online store

Apple has created a new section of its online store dedicated to selling accessories for people with disabilities.

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How to customize accessibility on iPhone and iPad

Apple offers a range of accessibility options that let you customize how your iPhone or iPad behaves when you perform certain actions. You have a choice between a few options so you can pick the one that's most convenient and useful for you.

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How to increase the legibility of your iPhone and iPad

Improve the readability of your device's screen by Increasing text size, reducing motion blur, or try other tweaks in Accessibility settings.

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Apple TV and Accessibility: The ultimate guide

The fourth-generation Apple TV supports VoiceOver, screen adjustments, closed captioning, and more. Here's how to take advantage of it.

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How to navigate Apple TV with a Bluetooth keyboard

You can use the Magic Keyboard to perform all the basic navigation functions of the Siri or Apple TV remote.

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How to use VoiceOver and visual accessibility on iPhone and iPad

Enabling VoiceOver and visual accessibility features allows everyone to enjoy their iPhone and iPads, even those with visual impairment.

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How to use motor accessibility on iPhone and iPad

If you've got issues with motor skills, iPhone and iPad have accessibility features just for you!

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Meet Dillan — and apps that help those on the autistic spectrum meet all of us

For World Autism Acceptance Day and Autism Acceptance Month, Apple introduces us to Dillan, his iPad, and his apps.

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