Dynamic Font Size support allows you to adjust it in compatible applications
Just like customizing the sound of a smartphone – something we brought you an app for yesterday – it’s also important to customize the font size.
There are those who are satisfied with the size of the default font that comes with the terminal, there are those who need it larger to read it well.
And of course, reading something on a mobile phone is not the same as reading something on a tablet because of the difference in screen size.
Would you like to enlarge the font size of your iPhone or reduce the font size of your iPad? Well, iOS has a way of doing it all at once.
As we read in Apple Technical Support, you can change the font size of Mail, Contacts, Calendar, Phone, Notes, and other apps that support Dynamic Font Size, so you don’t have to individually application by application.
- Go to Settings > Display and Brightness > Text Size.
- Drag the slider to select the font size you want, either to enlarge or shrink it.
Increase font size further
- Go to Settings > General > Accessibility > Larger Text.
- Click Larger Sizes for larger letters.
- Drag the slider to select the font size you want.
If you use too much text, it may be difficult to press buttons or other functions within the app. Therefore you may need to go back to the settings and define an appropriate font size.