Tuesday, January 6, 2015

How To Make App Icons & Text Larger on iPhone 6 with Zoomed Mode - iOS 8 Tips & Tricks

There's a new mode that comes in iOS 8 on the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus called Display Zoom, that uses the larger real estate of the screen to make the app icons, text, and pretty much everything, larger. This mode is great for those who have some vision problems and have difficulty reading the text on the screen. This option is shown to you when you first set up your new iPhone 6 - but incase you skipped it - or have changed your mind, follow the directions below.

If you want to just make the text larger on your iPhone and not everything else - see instructions here.    

How to switch on iOS 8's zoomed mode to make App icons and text larger on iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.

1. Open Settings

2. Tap Display & Brightness

3. Under Display Zoom heading, tap View

4. Tap Zoomed, the Set to save. 

See more iOS tips and tricks here

Be sure to check out our list of the '34 Essential Must Have Apps To Install On A New iPhone or iPad'. 


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