Powerful assistive features are built into iPad to complement your vision, hearing, motor skills, learning, and literacy. So you can create, learn, work, play, and do pretty much anything you want to do, wherever you want to do it, more easily than ever.
Color Filters Customize your display with filters.
The iPad display comes with a range of customizable color filters to complement different forms of color blindness or other vision challenges. So reading documents, surfing the web, or putting together a presentation is more accessible than ever.
Siri Shortcuts Streamline the things you do every day.
You can now cue complex, multi-action commands through simple phrases designed to fit your needs.1 A custom phrase like “Heading Home” can simultaneously alert a family member that you’re leaving work, pull up directions, and adjust your thermostat — all without having to go into each individual app.
Switch Control Tap and pinch without tapping and pinching.
Switch Control lets you fully interact with your iPad without ever touching your iPad. By using Bluetooth-enabled switch hardware, you can navigate through onscreen items and do things like edit photos, play movies, and send email. You can even use your iPad to control your Mac or Apple TV.2