Steven Aquino writing for iMore:
As I have written before, it is my strong belief that Accessibility, conceptually, is not a realm that's solely for people like me who have medically-sanctioned impairments. At its core, accessibility is about access --- empowering people to more easily use his or her device(s). Thus, there is a slew of Accessibility features within iOS that a fully-abled person can take advantage of to better use their iPhone or iPad.
With 2015 underway, I thought it would be helpful to review a few of the not-just-for-the-disabled Accessibility features of iOS.
Steven shares a few good tips and encourages readers to explore additional options (which can be found under settings > general > accessibility).