Accessibility shortcuts

Toggles the Voice Control feature in Accessibility that enables voice input to select and operate system features without direct physical interaction; also uses Face ID to check for attention and avoid listening when you're not using the device.

Turns the AssistiveTouch feature on/off, enabling an on-screen touch target and menu to appear that provides additional access to Accessibility features while using iOS.

Turns the "Switch Control" feature on/off, which allows for physically-attached switches to be used for navigating the iOS interface without reaching around the screen or using a trackpad.

Toggles the Reduce Motion and Reduce Transparency features of iOS that can help avoid fatigue in users sensitive to those types of effects.

Turns the VoiceOver feature of iOS on and off again as needed, enabling the device to speak out elements of the screen that are tapped or selected and allowing blind or low-vision users to understand what's happening on screen.

Activates the "Speak Screen" popover that prompts the device to dictate elements on the screen one-by-one, letting users hear what's visible without manually tapping through everything. Once you're done, tap the X on the screen to end it.

Enables the "Guided Access" feature of iOS that prevents closing or navigating from the current app (requires Guided Access first be turned "On" in Accessibility > Guided Access).

Turns the "LED flash" feature of iOS on/off, which blinks the camera flash whenever there's a new notification or alert.

Changes iOS' sound output from stereo to mono, piping exactly the same sound into both ears instead of creating audio separation.

Opens a deep link directly into the Settings > Accessibility page.