How To Turn on More Accessible Accessibility Features on the iPhone X

Accessibility features, also known as settings, are built in to every iPhone, but something people don’t know too much about is how these can be changed to allow people who can’t press all the buttons to access a certain feature to being more accessible.This tutorial will show you how to get into the accessibility features and change them to being more accessible.

Step 1: open the Settings app

To change the settings, you’ll have to go into the Settings app, and look for where it says General.

Step 2: Tap Accessibility

The General menu has many different options, but the option you are looking for is Accessibility.

To get in all you have to do is tap it.

Step 3: Choose Whichever Accessibility Feature is More Suited to You

Accessibility has option for every kind of person, with options suited towards deaf people and those with hearing aids, others for blind people, and many others.

If you’re like me and can operate most of the features perfect fine but struggles with others, you can turn on Assistive Touch, where you can change what one button will act as, turn on Touch Accommodations or turn on Switch Control.

If you’re using an iPhone X or later, you will have to buy Bluetooth Switches, which can be bought through Apple or through the online shops I’ve mentioned in earlier blogs.

This method works on every Apple product, so can be used on other iPhones, iPads and MacBook Computers.

Published by Phoebs Lyle (Breathe On UK)

23 year old HND Broadcast Journalism graduate and disability advocate from Northern Ireland, interested in politics, technology, and how it can become accessible to everyone, fantasy, and other stuff.

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