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How to Get Siri Read Text to You on iPhone

There is a feature which iPhone users, especially visually impaired people are very interested in, known as “Accessibility.” In some circumstances, having your iPhone or iPad read to you is also very useful when you are busy with other businesses. Except for visually impaired patients, no one would like to enable VoiceOver via the Accessibility panel all the time because by default it will read aloud all types of texts appearing on your Screen. To deal with it, we will instruct you how to enable the feature that allows you to turn VoiceOver when necessary.

How to Get Siri Read Text to You on iPhone

Step 1: First and foremost, you have to open Settings on your phones.

Step 2: Then, you are in need of tapping General.

Step 3: Next, choosing Accessibility is very important, followed by tapping VoiceOver.

Step 4: Now, it is time for you to toggle on VoiceOver.

Step 5: To move up, you tap Ok and double tap the screen to choose Ok.

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Step 6: You are able to speed up or slow down the Speaking Rate to your liking.

Step 6: Once you are done, tap the back button labeled Accessibility and then double tap to choose it.

Step 7: To get access to the bottom of the page, you need to use three fingers and scroll down. When you are successful in choosing Accessibility Shortcut, you can open by double tapping.

Step 8: Finally, after tapping VoiceOver, you just need to double tap to choose.

In order to turn VoiceOver on and off conveniently, you tap the Home button three times. Supposing that more than one shortcut are enabled, you will see a menu. You can tap to choose VoiceOver or double tap to return the initial mode.

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