The interfaces of both devices are presented in an integrated and friendlier way with this functionality
With Customizable Accessibility Mode, the iPad and iPhone interfaces are presented in an integrated and friendlier way. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration
With the release of a new betaversion of the iOS 16.2 operating system, Apple devices will have access to a series of new functions and features in their tablets or smartphones such as the Customizable Accessibility Mode, a functionality that will benefit people who are getting familiar with the interface of the iPhone or the iPad.
According to the 9to5mac website, this function is intended to make the interfaces of both devices more friendly, so that the content they offer are similar and people who have not yet had the opportunity to use any of them can find a standardized content, with a unified experience and easy to use for anyone.
< p class="paragraph">With this feature enabled, users will be able to set larger text on screens, set a password to create a greater sense of security within devices and prevent a violation of people's privacy. .
Customizable Accessibility Mode in Ioone
In order to activate this mode within the version of iOS 16.2, users will have to press up to three times the side key or the home button on their devices. devices, which will start the process of executing this function,
On the other hand, although Apple has been working on this Custom Accessibility Mode feature with iOS 16.2, this does not necessarily mean the next update it is no longer clear whether it will be available to users with the official release of the update or with a future version of the iOS operating system.
The simplicity of the system with this feature is more than notorious because, in addition to having an option that indicates that it is possible to unlock the device using the touch and hold option, application icons can be set to be larger, just like the font included in the software.
Compatibility with other iPhone and iPad
According to the Apple website, and because the updates that are taking place are based on the iOS system, people who want to access the Customizable Accessibility Mode feature will need to meet the same requirements as for installing the latest version of iOS 16.
Custom Accessibility Mode in iOS 16.2
The phones manufactured by Apple and that are compatible with the most recent version of the operating system are the following, as indicated on the website of the technology company:
iPhone 14: regular model, Plus, Pro and Pro Max.
iPhone 13: regular model, mini, Pro and Pro Max.
iPhone 12: regular model, mini, Pro and Pro Max.
iPhone 11: regular model, Pro and Pro Max.
iPhone X: regular model, XR, XS and XS Max .
iPhone 8: regular model, Plus.
iPhone SE: Second generation or later.
Furthermore, in order to install the future new version of the operating system, it must be previously downloaded, something that should not be inconvenient for users of iOS devices because these updates are automatic once the person gives their consent to start the installation.
In the case of iPads, which also support this functionality, can be installed together with iPadOS 16 on the following devices: iPad Air (fifth generation), iPad Pro 12.9-inch (5th generation and later) and iPad Pro 11-inch (3rd generation and later), iPad Pro 12.9-inch with Liquid Retina XDR display .
Also includes iPad models with the A13 Bionic chip and later, as well as those with an A12 Bionic chip and later.< /p>