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A small detail Apple changed in the transition from iOS 6 to iOS 7 and beyond is On/Off Labels. In the old days, Apple enabled On/Off labels by default and now that’s no longer the case with iOS’ modern, more flat approach.

Follow along to learn how to turn them back on…

iPhone & iPad: How to enable On/Off labels

  1. Head into Settings > General > Accessibility.
  2. Under VISION, you’ll see a toggle for On/Off Labels.
  3. Switch that into the on position.

While this is purely an aesthetic change, it’s a nice welcome for those who prefer to have slightly more depth in the operating system.

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