iPhone – How to Increase the Size of Text and Icons



If you’re having a bit of trouble reading and looking at your icons and the text on your iPhone, then do know that you can increase the size of the application icons, as well as the text labels and the user-interface elements. Do note that this can be done for iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 6s, or the 6s Plus models. If your attention has already been grabbed, then read on to know how you can achieve the desired size of the app icons and text on your Apple smartphone.

iPhone - How to Increase the Size of Text and Icons

Increasing the Size of Application Text and Icons on Your iPhone

Step 1 – Do note that by default, the display resolution on your iPhone is set to “Standard” mode. However, you can increase that by selecting the “Zoomed” mode. This is essentially what makes the application texts and icons become larger. The increase in size is basically the same size as the next smallest model of Apple’s smartphone lineup. For example, if you’re using a 6s Plus, going into Zoomed mode will make the icons look like it came from the standard 6s handset.

Step 2 – In order to place the Apple iPhone into Zoomed mode, first of all, you would have to tap the Settings icon on your Home screen. You will then be brought to a new menu. In here, tap on “Display & Brightness,” and on the next menu tap on “View.” As mentioned earlier, the default setting will be set to Standard. Tapping on the Zoomed option will, of course, place the smartphone into Zoomed mode. Before tapping on “Set” to save the setting, you can look at the icons on the sample screen to see if the increase in size would be ideal to your tastes. Otherwise, you can just hit on Cancel to go back to the previous menu without having to go through the operation.

Step 3 – But if you do decide to continue bringing your iPhone into Zoomed mode, a confirmation popup will display that will ask you if you want to continue with your decision. You can tap on “Use Zoomed” at the bottom of the screen in order to use the zoomed display. Once you do, don’t be alarmed as the screen will go black for just a bit then return to the Display Zoom screen. There will be a message that will claim that you need to restart your smartphone, but you don’t have to sign into your phone once more.


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