Global Accessibility Awareness Day takes place the 3rd Thursday of each May, and Apple took the time to highlight many of its own accessibility features and how they can be used to make life easier for all of its users. In Apple’s words: “Technology is most powerful when it empowers everyone.”
Accessibility options can significantly improve the iPhone or iPad for differently-abled users. But there are a number of settings and features hidden in the iOS Accessibility menu that everyone can and should use — or, at the very least, know about in case someone else needs them. Continue reading to learn about 7 Hidden iPhone Accessibility Features Everyone Should Know About.
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