From the very beginning, Apple has focused its attention on iOS’s accessibility features. In fact, when one turns on their iDevice for the first time, they can quickly enable two of iOS’s accessibility features to assist in the initial setup of the device. If you want to enable VoiceOver, a feature that will read the contents of the screen out loud, simply press the Home button three times quickly right after taking it out of the box. To enable Zoom, a feature that will make the content on the screen larger, double tap the screen with three fingers.
While these features are essential to the operation of the device for many iOS users, there are some aspects of accessibility that can be useful in almost any situation. Here are a few uses of accessibility that I have found to be most useful:
Useful Accessibility Features
Voice Over for Audible Alerts –
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