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Apple iOS 10: How To Change Font Size On iPhone And iPad

Posted by David Covington on August 1, 2016
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For those who want a larger font size when looking at your iPhone or iPad screen in iOS 10, there are several different ways to do this. In the past,  before the release of iOS 8 it was impossible to adjust the font and text size on your iPhone and iPad. But now with iOS 10 this has changed and you may also be interested in learning how to disable auto wallpaper size and zooming in iOS 10 for iPhone and iPad.

Apple has now empowered iPhone and iPad users to change and adjust the text of any apps that support Dynamic Type on iOS 10 and below are two different ways that you can customize font size on your iPhone and iPad.

 

 

Possible reasons to change font size and text size:

  • You prefer only a particular font size.
  • You have visual issues.
  • The font size of any app it is too small or too big.

 

How To Change Font Size Into Dynamic Type in iOS 10:

You can change the text into Dynamic Type in order to take the utmost advantage of this unique feature. It makes it ultra easy for you to read any text. However, it is not supported by all apps. Here is how you can enable it.

  1. Turn on your iPhone or iPad.
  2. Select Settings.
  3. Select General.
  4. Select on Accessibility.
  5. Select on Larger Text.
  6. Switch on Larger Accessibility Sizes.
  7. Drag the slider to adjust the preferred size you want.

 

How to Change Font Size in iOS 10:

  1. Turn on your iPhone or iPad.
  2. Select Settings.
  3. Select on Display and Brightness.
  4. Here, you have two options to customize the font size of the text as you wish.
    • Text Size: To let you have the preferred text size
    • Bold Text: To have the text in Bold letter
    • If you want to change the text size, select on Text Size. Then, Adjust the text size as desired by dragging the slider. Drag right to increase and left to decrease.
  5. If you want the text to be in Bold letter, tap on Bold Text. A menu will popup telling you that “Applying this setting will restart your iPhone/iPad”, tap on Continue. Your Apple device will restart in order to implement the changes effectively.

 

 

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