Using your iPhone can be frustrating sometimes. Siri doesn’t always hear you correctly, you don’t always hear it ring or vibrate, and it can be awfully hard to read. Fortunately, we have three easy things you can do to improve your iPhone use!
The first thing you can do is set up LED alerts. Whenever you get a text, email or phone call, you can have your iPhone’s LED light flash. Go into your general settings and tap "Accessibility." Scroll down until you see "LED Flash for Alerts" and turn it on.
The next thing you can do is activate larger text. Your default font size can get even bigger than what the slide shows you. In the "Accessibility" page of your general settings, tap "Larger Text" and then turn on "Larger Accessibility Sizes." The range you have to increase your text size grows and you can make it huge!
The third and final thing you can do is make the screen easier to look at by increasing contrast. Once again, go to "Accessibility" under general settings. Tap on "Increase Contrast" and then toggle the three switches to the "on" position. The colors on your screen will be bolder and easier to read.
There are more great things you can do with your iPhone. To see how to use it when you’re out of the country, click here!