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.
Here's how you can produce your own voice for fun, experimentation, or as a conversational aid.
Apple previews some important new updates for iOS that will make the platform more accessible, coming later this year.
Five cool features that help you protect your hearing on your Apple devices like Sound Recognition and Noise alerts.
Interview MacWhisper 2 recently came out, which speeds up the transcribing process for podcasts, interviews and more.
How to set the font size to your liking on iOS 16 by using the font and text size features of your iPhone.
Yes, you can absolutely use your favorite mouse or trackpad with your iPad, turning it into a complete pseudo-laptop experience. Here's how to get that set up.
Switch Control allows people with mobility impairments to get full use out of their iPhone or iPad using adaptive switches and other assistive devices. Here's how to use it!
As iPhone displays have gotten larger, the days of using only one finger to perform most tasks are generally over. However, it's still possible, at least in some respects, with Reachability.
The Real-time text (RTT) protocol is alive and well on iPhone. Here's how to set it up and use it.
How can you use your iPhone to more easily see the world around you? With the Magnifier that's built-in to your iPhone!
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.
How do you change colors, contrast, transparency, cursor size, and otherwise make your Mac easier to see? With accessibility!
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