The world’s most personal device was designed for every person. So a person who’s blind can take group selfies. A person who’s deaf can call Mom from overseas. And a person who can’t move from the neck down can send text messages to friends.
VoiceOver You don’t need to see your iPhone to use your iPhone.
VoiceOver is a revolutionary screen reader that lets you know what’s happening on your iPhone, even if you can’t see the screen. Touch the screen to hear what’s under your finger, then use gestures to navigate and interact with every built‑in app.
Made for iPhone Hearing Aids Hearing aids designed with help from Apple.
Made for iPhone hearing aids are based on a Bluetooth technology designed by Apple. They provide outstanding sound quality, let you manage audio levels from your iPhone, and help you have clearer conversations in loud places like restaurants.
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.* A custom phrase like “Heading Home” can simultaneously let a family member know when you’re leaving work, pull up directions, and adjust your thermostat — all without having to go into each individual app.
Reading Support You see it. iPhone says it.
If you have a learning disability like dyslexia, features such as Speak Screen, Speak Selection, Typing Feedback, and Predictive Text can help by adding an auditory element to reading or writing email messages, blog posts, and long documents.