Apple macOS finally getting a 'Text Size' adjustment option, here's what you need to know
Apple has recently made an announcement that brings good news for users with low vision.
In an effort to enhance accessibility across its Mac ecosystem, Apple is introducing a convenient way to adjust the Text Size in various apps.
Previously, users had to manually change the text size for each individual application, which can be time consuming and cumbersome.
Apple macOS Text Size
However, the recent update from Apple will streamline this process, making it easier for macOS users to modify the Text Size across multiple apps simultaneously.
Finder, Messages, Mail, Calendar, and Notes are some of the most commonly used applications, and the fact that they have been included in this new update is a great start.
Although it is unclear whether more apps will be included in this new setting, the current apps that have been included are significant and widely used.
The introduction of this new Text Size adjustment feature signifies Apple’s commitment to improving accessibility for their macOS users.
By allowing users to adjust the Text Size universally, Apple recognizes the importance of providing an all-inclusive experience.
Glad this is happening.. PLEASE open up the API for all apps to use it. And have a default icon size for those that don’t.
The new update will empower individuals to customize their viewing experience, ensuring that text in various applications is legible and comfortable to read.
This new accessibility feature is a welcome addition to macOS. It will greatly benefit users with low vision and provide them with a much-improved user experience.
Apple’s commitment to accessibility is commendable, and we can only hope to see more updates like this in the future.
There is no set date for when this update will be available, so keep checking back to stay up to date on all the newest developments.
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