How to Change the Font on Your iPhone? Most individuals don’t need to modify the font size on their iPhone 14, 13, 12, 11, X or Older versions, but some may struggle to read the particular text because the font is too small or too huge. (Shout out to my stepmom, whose typeface can be seen from Mars).
You can modify the text size, boldness, button shapes, auto-brightness, colour filters, contrast, transparency, and more. People with impaired vision, colour blindness, or other visual difficulties may benefit greatly from the adjustments.
Fortunately, Apple provides a quick and simple way to alter the text size on your iPhone. Scroll down for Apple’s step-by-step instructions, and prepare for your phone life to improve exponentially.
How to Change the Font on Your iPhone?
- Go to Accessibility > Display & Text Size in Settings.
- Change any of the following:
- Bold Text: The text is displayed in boldface characters.
- Larger font: Enable Larger Accessibility Sizes, then use the slider to modify the font size. Adjust the text size in apps that support Dynamic Type, including Settings, Calendar, Contacts, Mail, Messages, and Notes, with this setting.
- Button Shapes: Underlined lettering that can be tapped.
- On/Off Labels: Use “1” to indicate on switches and “0” to indicate off switches.
- Reduce Transparency: On some backdrops, reduce the transparency and blur.
- Increase Contrast: Change the colour and text styling to improve contrast and legibility. Settings, Calendar, Contacts, Mail, Messages, and Notes apps that enable Dynamic Type change to your selected font size.
- Differentiate Without Colour: This setting substitutes alternatives for user interface objects that rely on colour to convey information.
- Smart Invert Colours or Classic Invert: Smart Invert Colours reverses the display’s colours, with the exception of photos, media, and some apps that use dark colour schemes.
- Colour Filters: Tap a filter to activate it. Drag the sliders to change the intensity or hue.
- Reduce White Point: This option lessens the brightness of bright colours.
- Auto-Brightness: Using the built-in ambient light sensor, this setting automatically adjusts the screen brightness for current lighting conditions.
When using an app, change the size
- Go to Settings, then Control Centre, and finally.
- Select Text Size.
- To increase or decrease the font size, move the slider up or down.
- Tap All Apps at the bottom of the screen to alter the text size for all apps.
Also Read: How to Adjust Font Size on Windows 11