Apple today pushed the iOS / iPadOS 16.2 developer preview version Beta 2 update. According to the evidence found in the beta version by 9to5Mac, Apple is developing a new “custom accessibility mode” for iOS.
According to Apple, this mode provides a “customizable, efficient way to use your iPhone and iPad, ” which should mean users will be able to change some settings to make iOS easier to use.
9to5Mac reports that with this new mode, users will be able to make settings for the user interface, such as using larger fonts, and also choose which apps are displayed on the home screen.
In the screenshots shared by the media, you can see how the mode enables things like larger app icons, a large back button, and a simpler user interface in the Messages app.
It’s not known when the mode will actually be available, and none of the beta updates are currently available, suggesting the feature’s rollout is a long way off.