iOS15 is set to bring many changes and new features to iPhone devices, with features like new privacy settings, focus mode, etc. at the top of the list, however, there are some features that go unnoticed until you need them, The ability to change the text size separately for each application is one such feature.
And if you are wondering where to find it and how to use this feature, follow our step-by-step guide
But note that the feature is available in iOS 15, so to use it, you'll need to either install the public beta (learn how to install the iOS 15 beta on your iPhone) or wait for the official release.
Open Settings and head to the Control Center option.
Now, click on More Controls and find Text Size and tap on the “+” sign right next to it.
Next, the Text Size option will be added to the Control Center.
Now, open the app whose text you want to change.
Swipe down from the top right corner to bring up the Control Center and choose the Text Size option.
A new user interface will appear showing a toggle at the bottom and a scrollable user interface to adjust the text size.
Make sure the toggle is set to the name of the app (like Facebook only) and adjust the text size by scrolling up and down.
Once done, click anywhere and exit Control Center together, the app text size will be changed.