Although the iPhone keyboard keys enlarge when you tap them to display what key you're pressing, they can be hard to read due to the iPhone's screen size. To correct this problem, iTunes has an Accessibility feature that enables easier keyboard viewing by zooming in on the keyboard using three fingers. This feature can be turned on or off by simply accessing your device's settings menu.
Press the "Home" button on your iPhone and slide the on-screen bar to the right to unlock the device.
Tap the "Settings" icon on your screen, and tap the "General" tab.
Slide your finger up to scroll down, and tap the "Accessibility" tab. Tap the "Zoom" tab.
Slide your finger over the switch so that it reads "ON." Press the "Home" button to return to the main menu.
Double-tap the keyboard screen with three fingers to zoom in on the keyboard, and double-tap with three fingers again to zoom out. Move around your screen by dragging your three fingers across the screen.
Plug your iPhone into your computer's USB port using the device's USB cable.
Click "Start," "All Programs," "Apple" and "iTunes" to run the application in Windows. For Macs, click the "iTunes" icon on your dock.
Click the "iPhone" tab located under the "Devices" section, and scroll down to the bottom of the "Summary" section.
Click the "Configure Universal Access" button at the bottom of the screen, and click the circle next to "Zoom," then click "OK."
Click the "Sync" button and unplug the iPhone from your computer once the synchronisation has finished.
- Apple: iPhone Accessibility
- "iPhone for Dummies"; Edward C. Baig and Bob LeVitus; 2009
- Apple: iPhone 3GS and iPod Touch Configuring Accessibility Features
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