visual impairments

How to invert screen colors on iPhone and iPad

For certain individuals that are visually impaired, inverting the colors of the iPhone and iPad screen may make it easier to read, particularly for users who are colorblind or partially colorblind. This is actually a built in accessibility option for all iPhones and iPads. So whether you yourself are visually impaired or you know someone who is, it could make reading text and viewing content within iOS much easier.

Here's how:

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How to enlarge system text on iPhone and iPad

The iPhone and iPad have lots of settings for accessibility that makes it easier for people with hearing and visual impairments to use them. If you or someone you know has visual impairments, features such as Voice Over and enlarging the system text size can completely change their experience and help alleviate frustration.

Here's how to enlarge text size throughout iOS on iPhone and iPad:

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How to use Voice Over on iPhone and iPad

The iPhone and iPad have some great accessibility features features for people with hearing or sight impairments that makes using iOS more enjoyable and less frustrating. For sight impaired individuals, the Voice Over feature allows your iPhone or iPad to speak selections and add custom gestures so you know exactly what you're tapping on before selecting it.

Whether you yourself are visually impaired or you know an iOS user who is, follow along for instructions on activating Voice Over and how to use it.

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