Below are helpful links for customers with mobility-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.
Dictation - Use to dictate text anywhere instead of or in addition to typing it.
Facetime - Video chat and stay connected with friends and family, whether they’re using an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or a Mac.
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.
Siri - Use this iOS personal assistant to open apps and turn many settings on or off.
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.
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.