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            Apple Accessibility

            Make yours.

            Built‑in features designed for you to?make something wonderful.

            Go big or go?bold.


            Read the fine?print.

            iPhone using Magnifier to enlarge restaurant menu

            It works like a digital magnifying glass, using the camera on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod?touch to increase the size of anything you point it at — from a prescription bottle to a candlelit menu. People Detection uses technology that measures how long it takes light to reflect back from objects, helping you do things like better navigate a noisy area or find an empty seat with?ease. The LiDAR?Scanner in iPhone?12?Pro, iPhone?12?Pro?Max, 12.9‑inch?iPad?Pro (4th?generation or later), and 11‑inch?iPad?Pro (2nd?generation or later) can determine a person’s proximity to?you, so you can stand or walk at a safe distance from other people around?you.

            Read the fine?print.

            Larger Text

            Set the text just right.

            A single setting lets you make text larger and easier to read across apps in iOS — including Calendar, Contacts, Mail, Messages, Music, Notes, Settings, and some third-party?apps. In iOS?15 and iPadOS?15, you can even customize text size settings on an app-by-app basis.

            Set the text juuust?right.

            Set up Larger Text?on:


            Enlarged text by using zoom feature

            Enlarge an area of your screen on the fly. And in iOS, iPadOS, and macOS, you can get a picture-in-picture view, allowing you to see the zoomed area in a separate window while keeping the rest of the screen at its native?size.

            Larger and larger

            Get it done in more ways?than?one.

            AssistiveTouch + Apple Watch

            Clench. Clench. Chat.

            AssistiveTouch for watchOS enables people with upper-body limb differences to use Apple?Watch without ever having to touch the display or controls. Using built-in motion sensors and on-device learning, Apple?Watch detects subtle differences in muscle movements and tendon activity, letting you control the display through hand gestures like a pinch or a clench. This feature also works with VoiceOver so you can navigate Apple Watch with one hand while using a cane or leading a service animal. Answer incoming calls, control an onscreen motion pointer, and access Notification Center, Control Center, and?more.1

            AssistiveTouch for iOS and iPadOS helps you adapt standard gestures like pinch, rotate, or swipe to make them more comfortable for you. You can make other actions, like changing volume, accessible with just a touch from the AssistiveTouch?menu.

            Clench. Clench. Chat.

            Set up AssistiveTouch?on:

            Back Tap

            Tap-tap here.

            Back Tap shown with sideview of iPhone.


            A double or triple tap on the back of your iPhone can be set to trigger all kinds of actions, like opening Control Center, taking a screenshot, or cueing a favorite app. A great way to replace standard Home Screen gestures when they become?tricky.2

            Set up Back Tap on:


            Siri + Shortcuts

            There’s a shortcut
            for that. Ask Siri.

            Siri is a faster, easier way to do all kinds of useful things, including making calls, sending messages, and more.3 You can now choose from two new English Siri voices that sound incredibly natural when reading the news or answering questions. And a new Accessibility Assistant Shortcut helps you discover Apple’s built-in accessibility features and offers resources to help you customize them to your specific?needs.

            There’s a shortcut
            for that. Ask Siri.

            Hear. There. Everywhere.

            Headphone Accommodations

            Make a sound decision.

            Illustration of AirPods Pro

            Customize your audio experience to your individual hearing needs. With your iPhone or iPad, you can amplify soft sounds or adjust certain frequencies to make media and phone calls sound more crisp and clear through your headphones. Or quickly adjust audio settings with your latest hearing test results imported from a paper or PDF audiogram. Conversation?Boost for AirPods Pro helps you stay more connected while talking to people in crowded or noisy environments. Computational audio and beamforming microphones focus AirPods?Pro on the voice of the?person directly in front of you, making it easier to hear face‑to‑face?conversations.

            Make a sound decision.

            Made for iPhone hearing?aids

            Match your levels to?your location.

            Ear emoji with hearing aid

            Apple has worked with top manufacturers to create hearing aids and sound processors designed specifically for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Apply your audiologist’s presets without having to rely on additional remotes, or adjust your own levels as you move from quiet environments to louder ones. Support for new bidirectional hearing aids allows those who are deaf or hard of hearing to have hands-free phone and FaceTime conversations.

            Match your levels to?your location.

            Live Listen

            Front‑row sound.

            All the way
            from the back.

            Live Listen can help you hear conversations in loud settings, or amplify someone speaking across the room, by sending audio from iPhone or iPad to supported wireless headphones or Made for iPhone hearing aids.4 Live Listen now supports noise cancellation to better distinguish speakers’ voices from background noise.

            Create your own
            center of?attention.

            Safari Reader

            Be captivated by?content, not?clutter.

            Reduce the visual clutter and strip away ads, buttons, and navigation bars so you can just focus on the content you want. You can choose to use Safari?Reader automatically on websites where it’s?available.

            Be captivated by?content, not?clutter.

            Set up Safari Reader?on:

            Spoken Content

            Turn assigned reading into easy listening.

            If you learn or comprehend better when you can hear what you’re reading or writing, features like Speak Screen, Speak Selection, Typing Feedback, and Predictive Text can help by adding an auditory component to?text.5

            Turn assigned reading into easy listening.

            Set up Spoken Content?on:

            Background Sounds

            Make your own?calm.

            Background sounds can minimize everyday sounds that might be distracting, discomforting, or overwhelming. Balanced, bright, or dark noise and ocean, rain, or stream sounds continuously play in the background to help you focus, relax, or rest. Background sounds can also mix into or duck under other audio and system sounds as you use your?device.

            Make your own?calm.

            Set up Background Sounds on:

            Screens that speak?volumes.


            Puts moments into?words.

            VoiceOver describing an image on iPhone and showing speech output. 'Two people smiling and posing for a photo.'

            VoiceOver is an industry-leading screen reader that describes exactly what’s happening on your iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple?Watch, Apple?TV, or iPod?touch, so you can navigate just by listening. You can now explore even more details about the people, text, table data, and other objects within images.6 Hear receipts or labels read like a table –– by row and column, complete with headers. VoiceOver can also describe a person’s position in relation to objects within images, so you can relive memories in greater detail. Switching between common actions is even easier with the new Quick Settings menu on iPhone and iPad. VoiceOver actions sync automatically across devices, and its volume adjusts when you speak. And in case you accidentally turn on Flashlight, a new alert lets you know it’s?on.

            Puts moments into?words.

            Audio Descriptions

            Descriptions that really make a scene.

            Watch movies with detailed audio descriptions of everything happening in the scene — from a character’s expression to the mood of the shot. Audio Descriptions are available for all Apple?TV+ original?content.

            Watch See on the Apple TV app

            Descriptions that really make a scene.

            Speak Selection

            Speak bubble

            This feature speaks for itself.

            Choose a specific range of text that you want to hear, and have your iPhone, iPad, Mac, or iPod?touch read it to you in over 40 languages and?dialects.

            This feature speaks for itself.

            Works with every move you?make.

            Voice Control

            Let your voice call?the?shots.

            Sequence of Voice Control commands - Open Camera, Tap Take Picture, Tap Photo, Tap Share.

            Simple vocal commands let you quickly open and interact with apps using iOS, iPadOS, and macOS. You can also navigate through numbered labels alongside clickable items or by superimposing a grid to precisely select, zoom, and drag. Voice Control is now available in more languages, including Chinese, French, and?Japanese.7

            Let your voice call?the?shots.

            Set up Voice Control?on:

            Eye-tracking support for iPadOS

            Navigate your iPad with only your eyes. iPadOS now supports third‑party eye‑tracking devices.8 Compatible devices, available at a later date, will track where you’re looking onscreen, and the pointer will move to follow your gaze. Extended eye contact will perform onscreen actions, like a tap to?select.

            Move up two lines.Select sentence.CAPITALIZE THAT.

            Set up eye-tracking support?on:


            Switch Control

            Switch it up to?get?around.

            Search function in Maps shown with Switch Control panel

            Use a variety of adaptive devices and item, point, and manual scanning to navigate sequentially through onscreen elements and perform specific actions. Switch Control works with accessories like a switch, a joystick, a keyboard space bar, or a trackpad. It now also works with simple mouth sounds like a click, pop, or “ee”?sound.

            Switch it up to?get?around.

            Must-know is now can’t‑miss.

            Sound Recognition

            Look down for?a?heads‑up.

            Sound Recognition alert for a Fire Alarm on iPhone.

            Receive a visible and vibrating notification when your iPhone or iPad detects a particular type of sound or alert — such as doorbells or a crying?baby.9

            Look down for?a?heads‑up.

            Set up Sound Recognition?on:

            Sensory Alerts

            Get an alert for incoming phone and FaceTime calls, new texts, email messages, and calendar events through vibration on iPhone or a quick LED light flash on iPhone, iPad, and iPod?touch. If you’re on a Mac, it can flash the screen when an app needs your?attention.

            Notifications. In a flash. Or a vibe.

            FaceTime + Sign Language Prominence

            Your conversation, front and center.

            Group FaceTime call with individual using sign language

            If you use sign language, FaceTime is an ideal way to communicate. The high-quality video and fast frame rate help you catch every gesture or expression — and when you join a Group?FaceTime?call, it will detect your signing and automatically make you?prominent.10

            Your conversation, front and center.

            Set up FaceTime?on:

            Accessibility starts?here.

            Get more out of your?features.

            Learn tips, tricks, and how-tos for accessibility features straight from Apple Support on YouTube.

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