How to Adjust Text Size on iPad [VIDEO]

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If you’re new to Apple’s iPad, here’s how to easily adjust text size to make the screen easier to see.

All you have to do is head over to Settings > Accessibility > Display & Text Size. From here, just drag the slider bar to your liking.

Apple says “apps that support Dynamic Type will adjust to your preferred reading size above.”

Check out the quick tutorial from the Apple Support channel released today, below:

YouTube video

In the Display & Text Size options, there are many other accessibility features you can enable as well, including the following:

  • Bold Text: Use boldface characters for the text.
  • Larger Text: Enable Larger Accessibility Sizes and adjust text size with the slider (affects apps supporting Dynamic Type, such as Settings, Calendar, Contacts, Mail, Messages, and Notes).
  • Button Shapes: Underline text that can be tapped.
  • On/Off Labels: Represent “on” switches with “1” and “off” switches with “0”.
  • Reduce Transparency: Decrease transparency and blur on some backgrounds.
  • Increase Contrast: Enhance contrast and legibility by modifying colour and text styling.
  • Differentiate Without Color: Replace UI elements relying on colour for information with alternatives.
  • Smart Invert or Classic Invert: Smart Invert Colors inverts display colours, excluding images, media, and some dark colour style apps.
  • Colour Filters: Select a filter to apply and adjust intensity or hue using sliders.
  • Reduce White Point: Decrease the brightness of vivid colours.
  • Auto-Brightness: Automatically modify screen brightness based on the ambient light sensor.
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