With Voice Control, you can navigate and interact with your device by using your voice to tap, swipe, type, and more.
Use vision accessibility features
iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch are filled with accessibility features aimed at helping people who are blind or have low vision use their devices.Learn about accessibility features for vision
Use hearing accessibility features
Features such as Live Listen, RTT calls, and visual alerts help people who are deaf or hard of hearing use their iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.Learn about iOS features for hearing
Navigate with Switch Control
With Switch Control, you can use a switch to select an item or location on your iOS device’s screen, then choose an action to perform.Turn on and use Switch Control
Control features with Guided Access
Guided Access gives you control over potential distractions. For example, you can turn off your device’s keyboard to prevent accidental input.Start using Guided Access
Discover Apple Support on YouTube
The official Apple Support YouTube page has accessibility tips, tricks, and how-tos, straight from Apple. Go deeper with videos on VoiceOver, AssistiveTouch, and other technologies built in to every iOS device.
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Voluntary Product Accessibility Templates
Download Voluntary Product Accessibility Templates (VPATs) in PDF format for a variety of Apple hardware and software products. A VPAT describes how a product or service addresses U.S. Section 508 guidelines.Voluntary Product Accessibility Templates