Using iOS Zoom To Read Small Text On Your iPhone

The Zoom feature in the Accessibility functions of your iPhone can help you read a small piece of text. It can easily be turned on or off so you can use it only when you need it. There are any options and ways to trigger the Zoom feature, so take a few minutes to try it out before the next time you need it.

Comments: 6 Responses to “Using iOS Zoom To Read Small Text On Your iPhone”

    Reinhold Linnartz
    2 years ago

    Good to know, even I do not having reading problems, rather hearing!
    Always great suggestions in your writing, keeping on going, writing about stuff we don‘t know to much about it!

    Murray Atherton
    2 years ago

    Doesn’t seem to work on my SE.

    2 years ago

    Murray: Are you using the latest iOS? But “doesn’t seem to work” do you mean the option is not there, or it is there and you turn it on, but you can’t see to trigger it to work?

    Gene
    2 years ago

    When I double tap with three fingers on my iPhone 6 it makes all the text large but no window. Maybe I have an older phone.

    2 years ago

    Gene: Look at the options carefully. You can do it with a window or without. And I’d imagine that older (smaller-screen) phones may be different.

    Jasper
    2 years ago

    There is also a magnifier in Preview in macOS.

    Main Menu > Tools > Show Magnifier. Or ctrl + ` as a shortcut.

    There’s no special accessibility set up for this one.

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