Question about Apple iPhone 3G
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Posted on Sep 14, 2010
Step 1. On the iPhone device, open the settings application. By this method, You can change the font size on your iPhone. Next, tap the "Display & Brightness" to enter a new panel where you can find two options: Text Size and Bold Text.
Step 2. Click on "Text Size" to open a new display surface with a slider and a tip of "Apps that Support Dynamic Type will adjust to your preferred reading size below".
Step 3. Now, you can change the font size by dragging the slider. If you want to change the font size to smaller, you need to drag the slider to left. And if you want to change the font size to larger, you need to drag the slider to right. Select the suitable font size that you prefer. The changes of the font size will be applied to most system applications, as well as many other third-party applications. However, If the application does not support the dynamic fonts, you will not be able to change the text.
Step 4. After finishing dragging the slider, tap "Display & Brightness" at the the top left corner of your screen to save the settings. You will see that your changes are applied to the settings application immediately.
Posted on Mar 30, 2017
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