Earlier versions of iOS made it pretty easy to tell when you had turned a feature off or on. iOS 7, however, made some design choices that might make it difficult for some people to know whether a feature is on or off. Fortunately it also gives you the option of turning on labels that can make it easier to make the distinction. Sp if you’ve been looking for a simpler way to tell if you have turned something off or on, then follow the steps below.
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Make It Easier to Tell When Something is On or Off on the iPhone
The default option for the slider buttons on your iPhone will surround the button with green shading when something is turned on. The steps below will add on and off labels that provide you with another way to tell whether a button is in the on or off position.
Step 1: Touch the Settings icon.
Step 2: Scroll down and select the General option.
Step 3: Scroll down and select the Accessibility option.
Step 4: Locate the On/Off Labels option.
Step 5: Move the slider next to On/Off Labels from the left to the right.
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