In this podcast, Thomas Domville discusses and explores how in iOS 13 users have the capability to customize the haptic feedback given when performing VoiceOver gestures.
Getting Started With iOS and iPadOS
Listed below is a selection of posts from across the AppleVis website which have been especially selected to help you setup and get to know your first iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.Displaying 41 - 60 of 119
Are you getting strange Airdrop request from people you don't know? Don't use Airdrop? Follow along with Thomas Domville as he discusses how to disable Airdrop on your iPhone in iOS. Make sure that your Airdrop is configured to your liking.
In this podcast, Tyler shows us how to disable Raise to Wake on an iPhone; explaining why as a VoiceOver user you might wish to.
Be sure to listen in as Thomas Domville shows us how to enable caption panel for VoiceOver in iOS and why you would want to do that.
In this podcast, Thomas Domville shows us how to enable Reader View in Safari automatically for iOS.
In this podcast, Thomas Domville shows us how to forward a SMS or iMessage text in iOS.
In this podcast, Thomas Domville shows us how to hide alert for group texts in iOS.
In this podcast, Thomas Domville shows us how to send and receive phone calls with your iPad.
In this podcast, Thomas Domville discusses and explores some of the changes made to the App Store in iOS 13, in particular the new location to manually update apps.
Are you getting tired of seeing spam mail in your email inbox? In this podcast, Thomas Domville shows us how to mark email as junk in Apple Mail on iOS.
In this podcast, Dave Nason shows us how to multitask in iPad OS 13.
In this podcast Thomas Domville shows us how to name a group conversation in Messages for iOS.
In this podcast, Chris Wright shows us how to quickly restart an iOS device with the Assistive Touch Accessibility feature.
In this podcast, Thomas Domville shows us how to send and recieve SMS text messages for iPad in iOS.
In this podcast, Thomas Domville introduces us to “silence unknown callers”, a new feature in iOS 13 that helps you block unwanted calls without having to block callers one by one.
With this feature enabled, unknown callers will automatically be sent to voicemail, meaning that robocalls, spam calls, and other unwanted distractions will no longer be able to bother you.
In this podcast, Thomas Domville introduces us to the new option available in iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 that allows you to set a default web browser and email app that launch when you click a link or want to compose a new mail message.
In this podcast, Thomas Domville discusses and demonstrates the VIP Contacts feature of the Mail app on iOS.
Assigning a contact the “VIP” status makes finding email messages from them easier - you can use custom notification alerts for VIP contacts; their messages will be flagged when browsing mailboxes, and also stored in a smart VIP mailbox.
You can assign up to 100 VIPs, and if you use iCloud Contacts, your VIPs are available on any other Apple devices signed in to the same account.
Did you know that your iPhone hhas a Medical ID feature that first responders can access and use to help treat you? Your ID can include any medical conditions you may have, medications, allergies, and emergency contacts. So, join in as Thomas Domville shows you how to set up your emergency contacts and ID on your iPhone. Do it now and be prepared! Better safe than sorry.
Are you lost? Need to give someone your location or address to find you? In this podcast Thomas Domville shows us how to share your current location on an iPhone.
I’ve been waiting for the option to slow down the speed of double tapping when using VoiceOver for quite some time and now with iOS 9.1 it is here!
Several of my clients struggle with the speed at which they previously had to single finger double tap the screen to activate buttons, open apps, open links etc, not to mention two finger double tapping to answer or end calls coming in on their iPhones. I’m really pleased that Apple has made this option available as I think it will make the devices that we know and love that little bit more accessible to those who experience difficulty with their dexterity or who simply can’t double tap quite as quickly as other people.
You must have iOS 9.1 or later installed on each of the devices you wish to slow the double tap speed on for this to work. The steps below are exactly the same for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. The slowed down speed also works when two finger double tapping to answer or end calls on the iPhone.