The one feature, which I have always found appreciable in Apple ecosystem, is “Accessibility.” From letting you magnify the entire screen to filter colors to speak items on the screen, the suit has got plenty to enhance your user experience.
To ensure I’m able to quickly enable my favorite Accessibility features without having to dig into Settings app, I use Accessibility shortcut on my Apple TV.
If you also use Accessibility on your set-top box, you should take the full advantage of the shortcut to easily turn on/off your favorite features like VoiceOver. Read on to enable and use it on your digital media player:
How to Set Up and Use Accessibility Shortcut on Apple TV
Step #1. First off, open Settings app on your Apple TV.
Step #2. Now, click on General.
Step #3. Next, you need to click on Accessibility.
Step #4. Next up, click on Accessibility Shortcut and select a preferred option.
Going forward you can quickly enable or disable an Accessibility feature like Zoom on your set-top box. To do so, just press the Menu button three times on the Siri remote.
Have your say:
Among several impressive options, VoiceOver, Switch Control, and Display Accommodations are my favorite Accessibility features as they are enormously useful. Which is your favorite and why do you like it? Share your valuable feedback about in the comments below.
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