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Iphones

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Oct 2015
3:31pm, 21 Oct 2015
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flanker
In apps the text will be the same size across all iPhones - the layout will just scale to the screen size.

On web sites I'd expect the same as it is controlled by the layout and style sheet, although mobile safari will sometimes 'help' by increasing the font size above that set in the stylesheet if it thinks it will be rendered unreadably small.
Oct 2015
3:45pm, 21 Oct 2015
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Red Ant
Ah bugger. Perhaps it's time to visit the opticians again. Thanks for the info anyway :)
Oct 2015
3:47pm, 21 Oct 2015
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flanker
you and me both! Of course you can just stretch the screen with your fingers to increase the font size when reading it...
Oct 2015
3:50pm, 21 Oct 2015
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Red Ant
Ah so does that work with the BBC ap? It doesn't work on my 4s (which is just about to die the death)?
Oct 2015
3:54pm, 21 Oct 2015
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flanker
oh, with the app, not the website. probably not then.
Oct 2015
4:14pm, 21 Oct 2015
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Red Ant
Well I can save the website to my home page so no matter. Thanks for the info :)
Oct 2015
6:38pm, 21 Oct 2015
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VicksterH
There is a setting for larger text size that does seem to work on BBC news app..
Oct 2015
12:58pm, 22 Oct 2015
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Red Ant
Oh thank you VicksterH that's brilliant! :)

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