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How to use the Magnifier feature on your iPhone to make signs and other text around you easier to read
You can use the Magnifier on your iPhone to magnify your surroundings, making signs and other text easier to read. Here's how to use the feature.
You can lower the brightness on your iPad even more than its lowest setting in your Control Center by using the "Reduce White Point" feature.
To invert colors on your Chromebook, you just need to change a single setting, which can be found in the Accessibility features menu.
Google wants people with Down syndrome to record themselves speaking to help train its AI to recognize unique speech patterns
Voice technology has historically struggled to understand people with unique speech patterns, like those with Down syndrome.
To stop your Roku from talking to you, you'll need to turn off its Audio Guide, an accessibility feature for users who need help navigating its menus.
How to turn Narrator on or off on a Windows 10 computer, for an accessibility feature that reads text aloud
You can turn off Narrator on Windows 10 or turn it on through the Settings app and a keyboard shortcut. Here's how to do it.
How to enable LED flash notifications on your iPhone, for visual notifications using Accessibility features
You can put LED flash notifications on your iPhone in a few simple steps, which can be helpful for people who are deaf or hard of hearing.
There are two ways to permanently turn off Sticky Keys in Windows 10, and they both involve going into your computer's settings.
How to use and turn off VoiceOver on an iPhone, and disable the audio descriptions and gestures associated with the accessibility feature
You can turn off VoiceOver on an iPhone if you don't prefer to use the feature's gestures or hear its audio descriptions. Here's how to do it.
There are two ways to zoom in on an iPhone: with a standard finger gesture in applicable apps, or through the Accessibility menu's zoom features.