The iPhone's Accessibility menu is one of those options that is very easy to overlook, but incredibly practical in certain situations. You can set AssistiveTouch to facilitate navigation on your device, use a Bluetooth mouse when the screen is active, and enable the red screen filter for nocturnal antics. While the menu is available, it is in the General preferences, not in iOS 13.
While the accessibility options are on the General page of the Settings app in iOS 12 and below, Apple has since grown to realize how important the attitude is. It includes other important options, such as voice control, a completely hands-free feature, and in this way the Accessibility menu has moved to a more prominent place ̵
For example, AssistiveTouch, reachability, 3D touch, touch adjustment, tap to wake, shake to undo, vibration, and call audio routing have been combined in the new Touch menu in Physical and Motor . Previously, they all had separate menus on the main accessibility page under Interaction .
Display settings in which Reverse Colors, Color Filter, Auto Brightness, and Reduce Whitepoint were stored are called "Display & Text Size" in iOS 13. In it, the Invert Colors menu was changed to separate Smart Reverse buttons.
The new menu also included more options from the main menu Vision section, including bold text, larger text, button shapes, on / off captions, reduce transparency, and increase contrast. There's also a new option "Disklike".
The setting "reduce movement" previously discussed in the section "Vision" is now part of a new collection called "Motion". There are two new settings for "Auto-Play Message Effects" and "Auto-Play Video Preview".
Language in Vision has been renamed to "Voice Content" and contains all these settings The options except for "Highlight Content" where the spoken text was highlighted have been completely removed. Also in the new section Vision is "Audio Descriptions", which was formerly in the section Hearing .
As different as the layout is, the new Accessibility menu still contains some familiar elements to make sure you get used to it in as little time as possible. The important input help keyboard shortcut is still at the bottom of the page, although it is now grouped under a General section in Siri and Guided Access. Siri was earlier in the Hearing section.
The setting "Face Recognition and Attention" from the old section Vision is now in the section Physical and Motor , There are also switch control, side button and keyboards from the old section Interaction . In addition, there is also the new voice control function and a new Apple TV remote control option.
The new Listening section also includes hearing aids and RTT / TTY, but the LED flash for alerts, mono audio, phone noise canceling and the balance control are now in a submenu called "Audio / Visually". Subtitles & Captioning has also been transferred to Hearing (19459004) from the old section Media (19459005). It's worth noting that these changes are still in the beta phase of iOS 13, as they have not been set in stone yet, and Apple may be able to further change these options if problems with future updates are addressed. Therefore, we will definitely post an update when new changes are made to the menu. So check back often.
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