You can make reading on-screen text easier on your iPhone by changing the font size. There are several ways to do this, including system-wide as well as on a per-app basis.
The first way is by going to Settings, then Accessibility, and then Display & Brightness. Here, you can change the text size by dragging the slider at the bottom of the screen.
If you have reduced eyesight, are using glasses or other eye aids, or just prefer larger text on your iPhone, you may want to know how to change your font size. It’s a handy feature that iOS 15 added recently, and one that can save you a lot of headaches.
With iOS 15, you can choose a different font size for each app. That means you can make text in a specific app smaller, while leaving the same setting for all other apps.
To get started, open the Settings app and tap Display & Brightness. Next, swipe the toggle switch to the right on Larger Accessibility Sizes and drag the slider at the bottom to adjust your font size.
With iOS 15, Apple added the ability to adjust the text size for individual apps. Prior to that, the only way to change the text size was to do so system-wide.
There were a few benefits to doing so, but it was cumbersome. You had to manually choose which app you wanted to adjust the size for, which meant you were limited to what the setting allowed.
Now with iOS 15 you can set the text size for individual apps, so you can use smaller fonts in social media or larger ones in your email app if that’s what you want.
To make this happen, open the Settings app on your iPhone. Tap “More Controls” and find the ’Text Size’ option on the list.
If you find it difficult to read the text on your iPhone, there are a few ways to adjust the size of the fonts. One of them is through Control Center.
Apple has added a handy feature to the iOS 15 control center that lets you change the text size in a few specific apps. It’s a small tweak, but it can make all the difference.
To use this feature, open the Settings app on your iPhone and scroll down to the ‘More Controls’ subhead. Then, tap the green plus sign that’s positioned to the left of the ‘Text Size’ option. This will place it in the ‘Included Controls’ section.
If you’re using an iPhone with impaired vision, a magnified screen, or any other reason, it can be helpful to be able to change the size of text on your phone. iOS 15 has a handy new feature that lets you set text sizes for specific apps.
This allows you to make Twitter’s text much bigger if you like, or to shrink it down if you’re looking for less information in Messages. In both cases, it’s a quick toggle that you can activate anytime you need it without having to go to Settings.
In order to do this, you need to add a button to the Control Center for each app’s text size. Simply open the app, bring up the Control Center (swipe down from top right on Face ID iPhones, or swipe up from the bottom on Touch ID models), and then tap the button for that app’s text size.