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Apple Working On New ‘Streamlined Accessibility Mode for iOS


Apple is reportedly working on a brand new “Custom Accessibility Mode” for iOS which offers a “customizable, streamlined way to use your iPhone and iPad, according to evidence found by 9to5Mac in the second iOS 16.2 developer beta.

This seems to mean that will be able to adjust some settings to make your iOS devices easier to use.

According to the report, “users will be able to set things like UI and larger text, apps available on the Home Screen, allowed contacts, and access to hardware buttons for when Custom Accessibility Mode is enabled,”

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