Accessibility options are what allow the iPhone and iPad to be used by those who can't see or can't hear or can't touch. It's what lets the iPad be friendlier to those with vertigo or motion sickness, asperges or autism. Accessibility is what makes iOS a tool for empowerment and it's something that Apple has focused on in everything from apps like FaceTime and Siri, to features like Guided Access, AssistiveTouch, Switch Control and VoiceOver.
Apple announced a handful of new Accessibility features, and you should be excited even if you don't need them.
In addition to iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch, you can also make RTT calls on Mac. Here's how to do it.
With Voice Control, you can use speech commands to control your devices. Designed for those with limited dexterity, mobility, and other conditions, the feature is available across Apple devices.
With Headphone Accommodations, you can tweak your audio settings for select Apple or Beats products.
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