Open Accessibility Shortcut preferences

Opens the deep link into Settings > Accessibility > Accessibility Shortcut to let you configure the Side Button to toggle accessibility feautres on or off.

Choose between Apple Watch Mirroring, AssistiveTouch, Background Sounds, Classic Invert, Color Filters, Control Nearby Devices, Detection Mode, Dim Flashing Lights, Increase Contrast, Left or Right Balance, Live Captions, Live Speech, Magnifier, Reduce Motion, Reduce Transparency, Voice Control, Reduce White Point, Smart Invert, Switch Control, VoiceOver, Zoom, Full Keyboard Access, and Speak Screen.

Actions Used

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URL
Passes the specified URL to the next action.
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Open URLs
Opens URLs passed into the action in Safari (or the corresponding app if it’s a deep link).

Extra Details

Run Shortcut deep link
shortcuts://run-shortcut?name=Open%20Accessibility%20Shortcut%20preferences
Open Shortcut deep link
shortcuts://open-shortcut?name=Open%20Accessibility%20Shortcut%20preferences
AppleScript code
tell application “Shortcuts Events” run shortcut “Open Accessibility Shortcut preferences” end tell

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Opens the deep link into Settings > Accessibility > RTT to let you adjust “Real-time Text,” described by Apple as “a service offering more reliability, better text support, and the ability to speak and hear during a call” with Software and Hardware options.

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Toggle Voice Control

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.

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