Below are helpful links for customers with cognitive-related challenges on the Apple iOS Accessibility Support Website:
Accessibility Shortcut - Turn accessibility features on or off with Siri, triple-clicking the side or home button, or using the Control Center.
AssistiveTouch - Use with or without a compatible adaptive accessory (such as a joystick) to perform actions that are difficult for you and to control your iPhone.
Closed Captions - Provides subtitles and transcriptions to assist in following along more easily with audio and video.
Dictation - Use to dictate text anywhere instead of or in addition to typing it.
Display and text size - Customize your display colors, text size and font to suit your preference and needs.
Facetime - Video chat and stay connected with friends and family, whether they’re using an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or a Mac.
Focus - Reduce distractions and set boundaries by temporarily silencing all notifications, or allowing only specific notifications.
Guided Access - Stay focused on a task by temporarily restricting your iPhone to a single app and allowing you to control which app features are available.
LED Flash Alerts - Set the LED light (next to the camera lens on the back of the iPhone) to flash to announce incoming calls and other alerts.
Live Captions - Convert spoken dialogue or live conversation into text and display it in real time on your device.
Magnifier - Use the iOS device as a magnifying glass to zoom in on objects near you.
Motion - Stop or reduce motion for message effects and auto-play video previews. Helpful for users with sensitivity to motion effects or screen movement.
Mono Audio -Turn on to combine the left and right channels to play the same content.
Siri - Use this iOS personal assistant to open apps and turn many settings on or off.
Sound Recognition - Set your device to listen for certain sounds—such as a crying baby, doorbell, smoke alarm or siren—and notify you when it recognizes these sounds.
Switch Control - Use the screen, camera, microphone, or the back of the iPhone to select, tap, drag, type, select an item or location on the screen, or choose an action.
Touch Accommodations - Adjust how the touchscreen responds to a tap, swipe, touch-and-hold gestures, or recognize faster or slower touches and ignore multiple touches.
Voice Control - Use your voice to direct the phone to perform gestures, interact with screen elements, dictate and edit text, and more.
VoiceOver - Adjust the speaking rate and pitch to suit your needs to get audible descriptions of what’s on your screen—from battery level, to who’s calling, to which app your finger is on.
Zoom - Magnify the entire screen (Full-Screen Zoom) or magnify only part of the screen with a resizable lens no matter what you’re doing.