“Accessibility” is one of the most appreciable iOS features. From letting you filter colors, use your device camera to magnify things to speak items on your device screen, it's packed in with a number of highly usefully features. Hence, I thought it makes sense to create a quick guide guide regarding how to use Accessibility Shortcut in iOS 11, considering they have become more accessible now than ever before.
iOS 11 allows you to add Accessibility Shortcut to Control Center to ensure those impressive features are just a swipe and a couple of taps away from you! Hence, you can bring them up by triple-clicking the Home button or setting CC on a motion. Read on to find out how to use this neat feature on your iOS 11 device!
How to Enable and Use Accessibility Shortcut on iPhone and iPad Running iOS 11
How to Add Items to Accessibility Shortcut in iOS 11
Step #1. Open Settings app → Tap on General.
Step #2. Tap on Accessibility.
Step #3. Scroll down and tap on Accessibility Shortcut.
Step #4. Next, you have several options like Zoom, Display Accommodations, Invert Colors. Select the option you want to add to Accessibility Shortcut.
If you want to rearrange items, just touch and hold the tiny horizontal lines and drag it at the desired location.
To access these Accessibility suits, all you have to do is just triple-click the Home button and then select the feature you want to use.
How to Add Accessibility Shortcut to Control Center in iOS 11
Step #1. Launch Settings app → Tap on Control Center.
Step #2. Tap on Customize Controls.
Step #3. Find out Accessibility Shortcut under More Controls and then tap on the “+” button which is to its left.
You have successfully added it to CC. From now onwards, simply swipe up from the bottom of the screen, touch and hold on the Accessibility Shortcut button and then select the feature you want to use.
I have been a great fan of Accessibility as it's such a user-friendly feature. What’s your take on it? It would be great to have your feedback in the comments below.
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