It’s a very rare person who lives an extremely healthy and unimpeded life before abruptly dropping dead without ever needing accessibility features. This could include subtitles, magnification or an easier way to reach something.
Whether you need these things yourself, or someone in your life might find them helpful, there is a bunch of really cool accessibility features built into iPhones and iPads in iOS 14 that you should know about.
In no particular order, this is six of the best.
iOS 14 Headphone Accommodations
If you listen to most of your music and podcasts using headphones with an H1 chip (2nd Gen AirPods, AirPod Pros, some Beats), then you can setup headphone accommodations which can help make voices and music clearer, depending on which frequencies you’ve lost.
Everyone loses higher frequencies as they age, and as this progresses it becomes harder to understand what people are saying and you start missing large sections of music.
Headphone Accommodations makes…