On your iPhone 13, go to Settings > Display & Brightness > Display Zoom > Larger Text > Done > then Use Zoomed to magnify the screen.
Our post continues below with more information on how to increase the screen size on an iPhone 13, including step-by-step photographs.
More information on how to enlarge screen on iPhone 13 can be found in this video.
How to Use the Larger Text Display Zoom on the iPhone 13
The steps in this post were completed on an iPhone 13 running iOS 16.5. These methods will also work on iPhones running latest iOS versions, such as:
- iPhone 13 Mini
- iPhone 13 Pro
- iPhone 13 Pro Max
Step 1: Find the Settings app icon on your Home screen and tap it to open the menu.
Step 2: Scroll down to Display & Brightness.
Step 3: Select Display Zoom at the bottom of this option.
Step 4: Tap Done in the top-right corner of the screen after selecting Larger Text.
Step 5: Tap the Use Zoomed button to confirm that you want to change the display option.
As the display settings are changed, and the iPhone restarts, the screen will temporarily go black, and you should then see a larger version of the content on your iPhone screen.
Now that you know how to magnify the screen on iPhone 13, you will be able to switch between these two alternative display zoom options.
Enlarging an iPhone 13 Screen Video
Summary – How to Enlarge Content on the iPhone 13 Screen
- Navigate to Settings.
- Select the Display & Brightness option.
- Choose Display Zoom.
- Click Done after selecting Larger Text.
- Select Use Zoomed.
Related: How to Keep iPhone 13 Screen On
If you find it difficult to read or comprehend the content on your iPhone screen with the default settings, changing the Display Zoom can frequently help.
While bold lettering or a higher font size may improve the aesthetic of your screen information, I believe that the Display Zoom option is a better option for many people.
If changing the Display Zoom option does not increase the readability of your iPhone, going to Settings > Accessibility and looking through the options on that menu might.
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