Change Font size in iOS 10 iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch
Apple didn’t lavish love on Mail like it did Messages in iOS 10, but that’s probably for the best. Can you imagine sending full-screen fireworks, stickers, or handwritten scrawls via email? Tiny font using mail iOS 10!!
Mail did get a few tweaks that make wrangling the unwieldiest of inboxes easier than ever. I’ve been using the iOS 10 developer beta on a 12.9-inch iPad Pro for the last couple weeks, and the public beta since its launch. Here are four of my favorite new Mail features.
One bad change is how the mailboxes are presented in the main Mail screen. Before, you got a list of inboxes at top and a list of the same accounts at bottom, which let you peruse your folders for each account. (Given the commonality of BYOD, I would expect most business users have at least two active email accounts on their iPhones and iPads.) You’d tap the mailbox at the bottom to open up all the folders, then navigate away in that full view.
In new iOS 10, apple added very beautiful and useful home app for all home kit installed at your home. If you are aware about text setting in iOS 7 or later iOS, than go with it. Or follow the below steps if you unknown. I got these settings on iOS 10 beta, that should be final in iOS 10 public on time to launch iPhone 7.
Apple has offered interactive notifications for years, allowing people to reply to messages just from the pop-up. But this year those notifications have got far deeper – the Messages app can bring up a whole conversation, for instance, rather than just letting you send off one message.
That means that it’s easier than ever to use it as a way of winding up friends or sending malicious messages. But there’s a way of turning it off.
Why your new iOS 10-powered phone might feel slow
To do so, just head to the TouchID settings and scroll down to the setting for what to show while the phone is locked (or search at the top of the Settings app for “Messages”). Untick the option to show messages when the phone is locked.
This will make the notifications far less useful. But you might want to do it if you’re worried about someone commandeering your screen.
The new widget screen, found by swiping to the left, can also be a way of someone getting hold of information about you. Most of the private information is kept hidden until the phone is unlocked using a fingerprint – but some information can be visible.
Here’s how to increase the font-size in iPhone/iPad apps:
- Open Settings
- Tap on General
- Tap on Text Size
- Drag the slider to the right to increase the size. An approximate representation of how text would look like is shown over the slider.
Text Size is just one of the settings you can use to increase (or decrease) the font-size. There is one more accessibility setting that Apple put in the iPhone/iPad.
- Tap onGeneral
- Scroll down and tap onAccessibility
- Tap onLarger Type
- Switch ON Larger Dynamic Type
- And drag the slider to increase the size.
Text Size and Larger Type can work in tandem and the result is you get to increase the font-size to very large sizes. Of course, sometimes too large a size can screw up the interface and the experience. But this feature is useful when the max-size in Text Size isn’t enough and you need to notch it up by a bit.
Open the Settings app and go to “General”
- Now go to “Text Size”
- Adjust the slider to the right (or left) according to the desired font size for mail and some other text in iOS
The font size you’ll want to go with is a matter of personal preference, keep in mind that adjustments made to the font size here will also change the text size of some other elements on iPhone too – for most users, that’s a good thing.
This is nice because it gives you a live preview of what the text size will end up looking like in mail app and elsewhere.
Increase or Decrease the Mail Text Size in iOS 6
iOS 6 made increasing text size more universal, and the setting for Mail will also boost other apps:
- Open Settings and go to “General” followed by “Accessibility”
- Tap “Large Text” and then choose the text size appropriate for your needs (OFF is default, 20pt-24pt are reasonable for most individuals, and 32pt and higher gets quite large)
If you have any questions please feel free to comment below.