Switches the Voice Control so you can issue commands to your device, giving you hands-free control of your devices.
Works great for Accessibility purposes, as well as simply using a device when you can’t reach it – I use this on my iPad Pro when it’s on the stand I have on my desk.
Opens into Settings > Accessibility > Zoom to let you toggle the feature on or off to magnify the entire screen with a double tap, three-finger drag, and double tap three fingers, as well as features like Follow Focus, Smart Typing, Keyboard Shortcuts, Zoom Controller, Zoom Region, Zoom Filter, Show while Mirroring, and Maximum Zoom Level.
Opens into the Display and Text Size section of Accessibility settings and lets you customize features like Bold Text, Larger Text, Button Shapes, On or Off Labels, Reduce Transparency, Increase Contract, Differentiate Without Color, Prefer Horizontal Text, Smart Invert, Classic Invert, Color Filters, Reduce White Point, and Auto-Brightness.
Opens the deep link into the Accessibility settings for Switch Control, which allows you to use your iPhone by sequentially highlighting items on the screen that can be activated through an adaptive accesssory. Other options include settings for Switches, Recipe, Scanning Style, Auto Scanning Time, Pause on First Item, Loops, Move Repeat, Long Press, Tap Behavior, Focused Item After Tap, and keyboard, switch stabilization, point scanning, audio, and menu items controls.
Opens the deep link into Accessibility > Voice Control to so you can toggle the feature on or off to allow you to use your voice to control your device, even when you are on calls. Page also includes a link to the Voice Control Guide, controls for Language, Commands, Vocabulary, and options for Show Confirmation, Play Sound, Show Hints, Continuous Overlay, and Attention Aware.