Chapter 3: Accessibility Features
In This Chapter
Setting brightness and changing the wallpaper
Using zoom, white on black text, and larger text
Setting up VoiceOver and Speak Auto-text
Adjusting volume and settings to help you hear more easily
Using the touchscreen with ease
Utilizing the Dictation feature on third-generation iPads
iPad users are all different; some face visual, dexterity, or hearing challenges. If you’re one of those folks, you’ll be glad to hear that iPad offers some handy accessibility features.
To help you read your screen more easily, a Zoom feature lets you enlarge the screen even more than the standard unpinch gesture on the touchscreen does. There’s even a White on Black screen option, which offers a photo-negative effect producing a dark background with white lettering that some people find helpful when reading text. You can also set up a VoiceOver feature ...