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If you use the Apple iPhone with iOS 15 or a newer operating system, you have the option of individually adjusting the font size in apps. The way to this goal is via the control center, which you call up by swiping down from the top right edge of the screen. Use the text size symbol stored there (twice the letter A) to set the size of the letters larger or smaller either in the currently open or in all apps. If the text size icon is not in the control center? No problem, below I'll show you how to place it there!
In order to be able to adjust the text size via the control center on the Apple iPhone from iOS 15, you need the corresponding symbol there. You create this by making the necessary settings. Accordingly, you first open the iOS settings on the iPhone. There you tap on the item Control Center (can also be found quickly via the search bar). In the overview called up in this way, you now select the line “Text size” from the lower list “Other controls”. Just tap the green circle with the plus (+) inside it and the font size adjustment option will be added.
Now you can customize the font in each app. To do this, open the program in question (such as Notes, Safari, Messages, Reminders, Weather, Photos, Sir Apfelot, or any other) and then swipe down from the top-right corner with one finger. In the control center you will now find the tile with the double A. Tap on it and a slider for the text size will appear. Below you can choose whether the set font size should only affect the app open in the background or whether it should be applied to all apps. Have fun trying!
After graduating from high school, Johannes completed an apprenticeship as a business assistant specializing in foreign languages. But then he decided to research and write, which resulted in his independence. For several years he has been working for Sir Apfelot, among others. His articles include product introductions, news, manuals, video games, consoles, and more. He follows Apple keynotes live via stream.