In a variety of apps you can zoom in or out of specific objects. For instance, you could double-tap or pinch your finger to look at a particular area in Photos, or to expand columns on a website in Safari. It is also possible to utilize to use the Zoom feature to increase the size of the screen regardless of how you’re using it. It is possible to magnify the entire display (Full Screen Zoom) or just portion of the screen using a the ability to resize your lenses (Window Zoom). Additionally, you can make use of Zoom in conjunction with VoiceOver.
Set up Zoom
- Click the Settings and Accessibility, then Zoom, and then toggle Zoom.
- Change one among the following
- Follow the Focus: Track your selections as well as the point of text insertion as well as your typing.
- Intelligent TypingChange to Windows Zoom as soon as a keyboard is displayed.
- Keyboard ShortcutsControl Zoom with shortcuts on a keyboard external to the computer.
- Zoom ControllerOn the control panel, assign controller actions and alter the opacity and color.
- Zoom Region: Choose Full-Screen Zoom or Window Zoom.
- Zoom Filter: Choose None, Inverted, Grayscale, Grayscale Inverted, or Low Light.
- Maximal Zoom level: Drag the slider to alter the level.
- If you’re using iPhone equipped with a camera, pointer, or other devices you may set the following points below: Pointer Control
- Zoom PanPick Continuous Edges, or Centered to control how the image of the screen changes by pointing the mouse.
- Adjust Size by ZoomLet the mouse adjust size with zoom.
- To include Zoom to the Accessibility Shortcut Go in Settings > Accessibility > Shortcut and then click Zoom.
- Double-tap the screen using the fingers of three or utilize shortcuts for accessibility to enable Zoom.
- To view more than the area of your screen you can do one of these:
- Magnification adjustment:Tap the screen twice using 3 fingers (without lifting your fingers following you have made the first tap) and then drag it either up or down. Triple-tap the screen with three fingersand move to move the Zoom Level slider.
- Drag to move the Zoom lenses:(Window Zoom) Move the handle to the lower part of the Zoom lens.
- Pan to another part of the screen:( Full-Screen Zoom) Drag the screen using three fingers.
- To alter the settings using Zoom menu, to adjust the settings using Zoom menu, double-tap three fingers and alter one or all of these:
- Choose Region:Choose Full Screen Zoom or Window Zoom.
- Zoom Lens:(Window Zoom) Tap Resize Lens Then drag any of the handles with a round shape that appear.
- Choose Filter:Choose Inverted, Grayscale, Grayscale Inverted, or Low Light.
- Show Controller:Show the Zoom Controller.
- To utilize Zoom Controller, you must: Zoom Controller, do any of the following:
- Zoom menuTouch the control.
- Zooming in and outDo a double-tap on the device.
- Panwhen zoomed to the point, slide the mouse.
When you use Zoom when using Magic Keyboard, the Zoom area follows the insert point, keeping it at the center of the screen. Check out the Magic Keyboard pairing guide for iPhone.
To disable Zoom to turn off Zoom, double-tap the screen using three fingers . Alternatively, utilize the accessibility shortcuts.
If you’re using an iPhone equipped with Display Zoom it is possible to view larger controls on the screen. Navigate into Settings, Display and Brightness > View, and then enable Display Zoom.