Previously, Apple iOS 17 received Control Center updates, a redesigned Dynamic Island, active widgets, Control Center updates, and more. Now, Apple sampled some new accessibility features, which will come to the iOS 17. In this, they bring Assistive Access filter apps that assist those users who have cognitive disabilities.
With this feature, users can access Cameras, Photos, customized Phones, FaceTime, Messages, Music, and Assistive Access which are available in one Call app.
iOS 17 Accessibility features
- For better user accessibility they include High-contrast buttons and large text labels are used. In the Messages app, there is an emoji-only QWERTY. It also can record a video message to send to close ones for those who can’t operate their phone visually.
- In addition, in Assistive Access there are two kinds of views one is grid-based and the other is the row-based layout on the homescreen user can choose which is convenient for them.
- The user can type what he wants and speak loud then the receiver heard his response while voice and video call. This feature will available on the iPhone, Mac, and iPad. It is for those who have problems with speech.
- There is a Personal Voice feature that will have them read a random set of text for about 15 minutes on an iPhone or iPad. It combines with a Live speech feature then when users who are unable to talk still start a conversation using a recorded version of their voice.
- Point and Speak help users read labels with the help of the rear camera.
At last, this above-mentioned feature of iOS 17 will help users who have some kind of disability. In the coming week will know about this.